by T.G. Cooper
He used to strut around campus like he owned every blade of grass, but now he’s walking more on his toes, and he’s looking around, glancing out of the corners of his eyes, like he suspects danger at every turn. He reminds me of something, something ---
A doe! A doe in the woods—skittish and afraid.
I don’t know if anyone else can see it. Not as clearly as I do. They might just think he’s stressed, or maybe worrying about a test or something. Off, for sure, but they can’t know. They can’t know what I know.
Because I know that last night I cast a spell on Max. Oh, such a sweet little spell. I found it in a book. An old, leather book with thick, vellum pages that smelled like— fish, and dust and magic. On the cover—the leather cover felt so soft, and I loved to run my fingers over it. So soft. In the center—a slit. And that, too, felt soft. Anyway, I found it, and I opened, and inside I found such an amazing spell, a spell that I knew right away I had to cast on Max. He cheated on me; he lied to me. Now, he would never be able to do that again!
The spell Dahlia cast on her cruel ex-boyfriend took away Max's pride and joy and left him with a slit between his legs. Ashamed, humiliated, he tries to just go on living his life, hiding his secret shame. But the spell isn't done, and Dahlia watches gleefully as Max his body changing and demanding satisfaction!
This R-rated story includes sex, gender swapping, role reversal and humiliation.
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