Her chosen genre is unknowing transformations. In most
of the stories, the main character is transformed without his knowledge. Various methods
for this transformation are employed, all are done secretly! There are exceptions to this,
of course. One story involves a motorcycle accident, another the male lead knows what his
wife is doing but continues out of love for her.
Where Rachel shines is in bringing the story along and making the reader feel that they
are going through the transformation with the main character. Now, I do not have first
hand knowledge of the effects of hormone therapy, so I do not know how accurate her
descriptions are. However, they sound logical in my mind and thus, make the stories seem
Rachel also writes from a Mind Altering format, where video or audio has subliminal
messages built in to change the person into a feminine creature. In each case, the more
the tapes are viewed or listened to, the more feminine the male character becomes. He
cannot help himself because of the subliminal conditioning. These stories also take the
reader along the path to total transformation and life as a girl.
There are a few of the stories that left me asking... When is the next part coming?
Therefore, I will tell you about them.
Chatham Prep School is a story of Eric landing a job as a teaching
assistant. The school is special and turns unruly young delinquents into sweet
adorable girls. This involves subliminal training and hormones hidden in the food. It ends
with Erics first day as Erica. I wondered if there was to be more to the story.
Silk is the story of Carl and how his wife, Lori, creates a silken trap and
forcibly changes him into Carrie. Uses coercion, stealth hormones, etc. Finally, she comes
out at work. The story is left open ended so there might be a sequel. Please?
Too Cute is the story of Marty. He is very androgynous. When his friend,
Lisa, majors in biochem., they find out he has Kleinfelters Syndrome and
is more girl than boy. The story is unfinished, and stops where Marty has to make some
choices. I hope Rachel continues this story.
Dominant Jean is a love story of a couple where the wife was abused as a
child. She falls in love and gets married only to find old fears creeping into her life.
She decides that if her spouse were more feminine and she more dominant, life would be
better. This is the first part of a series. It ends when Dannys brother comes home
from an undercover mission as Marcia. Another story that I feel demands continuation.
Overall, Rachels stories are well written. She has taken time to make sure that
the glaring mistakes are fixed. Im sure there are occasional misused words and the
wrong form of the word to used somewhere in her works. However, these are fun
to read and light enough to raise your spirits on a cloudy day. Give Rachel Ann
Coopers work a try. I think you might enjoy them.