For over 70 years, the girls of the Delta Theta sorority have been raising money by selling a pinup calendar. This year, Jenny thinks she has the perfect model in the boy who has been bothering her since she arrived on campus. Does she have what it takes to feminize this creep and win the respect of her sisters?
Kylie Gable's best-selling feminization story is brought to life by the talented Marami Hung whose voice captures both the emotions of a young woman coming to terms with her own dominant sexual appetite and a young man learning what it's like to be emasculated by a sorority full of beautiful girls.
©2014 Kylie Gable (P)2014 Kylie Gable
With the voice that narrates Calendar Girl it sells in my opinion more so than the print version, it's quite sexy, and seductive.
While the guy was being objectifying towards others, he was getting a taste of good old karma.
No I haven't, this is the first performance, but with her voice I look forward to hearing her in future audio books.
Yes I was recommended by a good friend of mine about this book and I was able to set aside some time to listen and follow the story.
I have said that this story has some truth to it, while I don't know the author personally I've heard some of these types of stories when I was in college and the military and many of these stories were told by women.
I enjoy science, history, and economics as well as science fiction and fantasy.
Not totally easy to believe but suspension of belief tong enough to enjoy the fast face tale.
I look forward to more such stories form this writer and the voice actress they really bought this story to life!
While I was personally not too intrigued by the story I found myself captivated by the narration. Marami does a good job of distinguishing character voices and maintaining narrator consistency.
Yes. Marami is consistent in her delivery and does a good job of maintaining energy and excitement over the copy.
Not what I thought it would be no story and no point! waste of money
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