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Turned in to a Girl! (eBook)

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Turned in to a Girl!
Turned in to a Girl! eBook Cover, written by B.J. Sackrider
Turned in to a Girl! eBook Cover,
written by B.J. Sackrider
Author(s) B.J. Sackrider
Publisher Amazon Digital Services
Publication date April 25, 2015
Media type eBook
Length 36 Pages

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Turned in to a Girl! is an eBook written by B.J. Sackrider. In this work one of the characters can be described as being Succubus-like.


  • Title: Turned in to a Girl!
  • Author: B.J. Sackrider
  • Published By: Amazon Digital Services
  • Length: 36 Pages
  • Format: eBook
  • Publishing Date: April 25, 2015

Plot Summary

When Max finally decides to explore the woods behind his new house, he meets a mysterious woman with magical powers… Gender Swapping Powers. But the woman has a darker side…

What will Max do when he starts to grow breasts and the bulge in his pants disappears? Will his new horny body be able to resist the woman’s evil temptations? Or will he give in to her devilish ways…

Book Review

The following review was originally published by Tera on her Blog, A Succubi's Tale on Ap[ril 1, 2016

I really can’t give a reasonable summary of this story because, as a whole, the story is scattered, wildly uneven, and even when it comes to the erotica, there’s nothing there that creates any heat at all.

The story goes off in all sorts of directions, many of which make no sense at all. There’s nothing in the characters to like nothing in the story to hold onto, and most of all… if there is a Succubus in this work, and there is supposed to be, she’s hardly a succubus by any means.

The only thing I will say with regards to the “succubus” in this work is that… well… There is the barest hint that she is once. The problem is that with how scattered the story is, how hard it is to read, it’s difficult to get anything out of the work save for a great deal of confusion.

It’s been a while, but…

Zero pitchforks out of five.

If the work has a Succubus, she’s hard to find. If the work has a story, that’s even harder. Poor writing does that and there isn’t anything of note that can help.

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