One of my sweetest stories is a short story about a crossdresser who grows in comfort and eventually has a chance to work in a Cosplay Café whilst wearing women’s clothing.
I have to admit I love this story. It is so heartwarming and goes to show all transvestites that they can find happiness along with acceptance when they open up and allow themselves to be who they are.
The description on Amazon is as follows:
‘When one of David’s university housemates comes home early from class only to find him cleaning the kitchen wearing a French Maid’s uniform, he is confronted with the realisation his crossdressing secret is no longer just that.
‘With trepidation he allows himself to be helped along in his journey down the road of wearing women’s clothing. With support and love, he finds a happiness that he’s been longing for along with way.
‘An uplifting first person short story about how David finds acceptance amongst his friends but also how he manages to keep both his male and female personas flourishing. We follow his growth from shy crossdresser into confident maid and into the big wide world as a happy adult, just one with two very distinct lives…
‘This book is suitable for everyone who is interested in understanding how having interest in wearing women’s clothing is perfectly normal and acceptable in the world today. It is also one for those who enjoy the idea of wearing a French Maid’s uniform in public.’
This book is just shy of 8,000 words and you can read it for free using Kindle Unlimited or buy it for $2.99 (and currency equivalents thereof) via any of the following Amazon Locales.
If you live in any other country then you can buy it via the USA link.
I’m always delighted to hear from my readers, whether the feedback is positive or even negative. Tell me what you liked and what you didn’t. Tell me what you want to read more about. Tell me what you’d like to read less about.
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