When Luke's family has an exchange student from France move in with them, he thinks he's hit the jackpot. What he doesn't know is she has a long history of feminizing guys and she's just decided to add him to her list. With the help of his step-sister and a few of his classmates, she soon has his life turned upside down as he spends his first semester of college going from humiliation to humiliation.
This 26,000 word story is chock full of public humiliation, feminization, forced bi, and female domination as a very clever young woman with a wicked imagination outsmarts and controls her prey.
What made the experience of listening to French Exchange the most enjoyable?
A great narration, and interesting feminine progression of the protagonist, Luke. The narrator has a sexy, French accent and she has great skill in creating separate voices for the spoken elements of the other characters.
Who was your favorite character and why?
It's a great book if you like forced feminization. The book starts with more of a tricked into femininity as Luke, the protagonist, seems a bit oblivious to the common thread of each of his "coincidences." Towards, the end of the book, the feminization shifts from more tricked to forced.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
I assume the narrator is a native french speaker, as some of the words were not enunciated correctly, even with the french accent. There was also a couple of chapters that seemed recorded in a different location or with a different microphone, as there was a little mis-equalization that was noticeable in a couple chapters.
Any additional comments?
While his is a forced feminization tale, and hints at erotic themes it should be noted that the actual erotica in the story is fairly light throughout. It is mostly hinted at, or the scenes at light in detail. The story's focus is more on the events that take Luke from an unsuspecting male, into more emasculating and sissifying situations.