I would like to start by saying that I am disappointed that
Emily Ross has only two stories posted on Storysite. She writes some very good stories,
which are available on her own site. I just wish she would post a few more here. That
said, lets get on with the review of the two shes posted to make our mouths water.
Put Him in Dresses is a dialogue between two sisters and catalogues the conversion of
Claires husband into her maid. There is a nice twist at the end, which I wont
spoil. Its told over a series of telephone calls that take place over a few weeks.
The sisters discuss the various stages of Marks, Claires husband,
transformation into Marie, the maid. Karen had already transformed Mike, her husband, into
Molly. At no time, however, are the views of either husband shared with the reader.
The Girl from Maurices is a wonderful story. Here Danny Tennant falls in love
with a vision he sees in a bar only to have that vision destroyed by the barman, but
instead of giving up, or being disgusted, he decides to get to know the vision. He does
some checking, then some detective work and finds out who Leah, the name of his vision,
really is and where she lives. After agonizing for a few days Danny makes the fateful
phone call and asks for help in dressing. And so Sophie is born. I would like to see a
sequel, as I would like to know how Sophies relationship with Leah develops, but
then that is why the story is so good. You want to know what happens next.
I heartily recommend everyone to visit Emily Rosss website, as they would find
the journey worthwhile. I also would like to plead for Emily to post some more of her
excellent stories on Storysite.