The Sissy Bride and her Transgender Groom: A Sissy Wedding Story

This story has twists and turns the whole way and personally speaking, I think it is one of my best. It is about a man, Jerry who was a crossdresser in a very conservative town. He had to keep his fetish under wraps but once he met a Mistress who found out that his biggest fantasy was to be a Bride, well se found a way to make it happen. The only problem was, who would be the groom and what would they want on their wedding night…?

The book description is as follows:

‘Keeping his crossdressing private was important to Jerry as he had no idea how it would play out in his community. Seeing his employee Gemma walking down the aisle though led him to be full of jealousy. He wanted all eyes upon him for once.

‘Luckily for him someone would walk into his life that would help him discover that he could have such a special day. It had everything he ever wanted, a chance to dress as a woman and to have a proper wedding day how he dreamt of it.

‘The only problem was if he was to be a sissy bride, someone had to be the groom. Would they would want all the perks of a wedding day…and a wedding night?

‘Jerry would discover all that and more as his adventures turn from fantasy to a very real reality in this 11,000 word short story.’

This book is just over of 11,000 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.

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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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The photo on the front cover of this book is copyright © paulasatjin on Flickr – https://www.flickr.com/photos/paulasatijn published under a CreativeCommons license – https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0/

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