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My Futa Job Interview

Futanari Massage 2
Narrated by: Candace Young
Length: 36 mins
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Melody has the sexiest job interview, as she hopes to become a futa!

Melody can't get the exciting massage the futa Linda had given her out of her head. All Melody can think of is the exciting extra Linda packed between her thighs!

Now Melody wants to be a futa herself, and all she has to do is pass her job interview with the beautiful Becky and Simone, a pair of futas that are going to put Melody through her paces, and see if she's worthy enough of becoming a futanari masseuse!

Melody is eager to please the two futas, willing to do whatever it takes, or please whomever she needs, to become a futanari!

My Futa Job Interview is a 5500 word futa-on-female, menage, oral, and job erotica! This hot tale is not for the faint at heart!

A story of the Aphrodite Sisterhood Universe.

©2016 Reed James (P)2017 Reed James

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A wild listening experience.

“My Futa Job Interview”
Author: Reed James
Publisher: Naughty Ladies Publication (January 15, 2016)

Narrator: Candace Young
Audible.com Release: August 29, 2017
Length: 36 mins (Unabridged)

This is one of many erotica/sexuality stories set in the Aphrodite Sisterhood Universe that focuses on a secret society of women who are attempting to add new converts for the purpose of teaching the art of giving and receiving pleasure as a futanari.

In this second story of six, we are introduced to Melody who previously receives a sensual massage at Ms. Futa ‘N Air’s Massage Parlor and returns with a desire to learn the secret art of futanari. Melody’s transformation from a stressed divorcée into a Futanari Masseuse and member of the Aphrodite Sisterhood is a fun and memorable experience.

In truth, this is my first exposure to futanari and confused why this concept is appealing to others; but a mixture of curiosity and a goal of wanting to review something wildly unique piqued my interest. I’m glad I gave this a shot. I feel James does an excellent job revealing to the uninitiated exactly what this specific imaginative kink is about. Obvious, for fans of Reed’s Futa Series, or futanari, the graphic details are less surprising. From a writing stance, I am amazed how the author can use a plethora of adjectives describing male and female anatomy, as well as, create situations and dialogue that are relatively believable given the outlandish subject matter. It is evident that Reed is attempting something unique and different eschewing pornographic tropes and stereotypes for characters that come together because of different motivations and needs. The story ends in spectacular fashion and sets up Melody as a heroine, of sorts.

The story is presented well and comes alive using an exceptional narrator. Candace Young adds realism and a human touch for the plot points, as well as, the sexually explicit material. While I was expecting a more breathy and simulated experience, she convincingly narrates the story creating a refreshing listening experience. I found her narration of the 3-way interview between Melody and two seasoned Futanari Masseuses a superb performance. In addition, because of her own artistic touch conversations and interactions are fun and creative but could have come across as sophomoric and insipid with less talented narrators.

Obviously, this type of literature does not exist for the basic consumer and I can’t recommend this to most people I know, but this does not mean Reed’s work cannot be appreciated. I find his approach to this subject matter rather thoughtful and inventive. I do not get the sense that he’s pandering to the futanari kink rather creating a world with characters that happen to enjoy this kink. And adding such realistic depth is the talented Candace Young who easily brings life into these characters in the spoken word and you have yourself a truly unique listening experience.

Note: I was provided a free audiobook copy at my request and voluntarily left this review.

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