Changing Currency

Changing Currency[Reading] ➶ Changing Currency By Sara York – Bluevapours.co.uk Previously part of the Winter Heat anthology

When Max put's on his evening gowns and high heels, stripping away his masculine identity, changing into the gorgeous drag queen, Maxine the Devi Previously part of the Winter Heat anthology When Max put's on his evening gowns and high heels, stripping away his masculine identity, changing into the gorgeous drag queen, Maxine the Devilicious, the fun begins When he runs into his boss from the bank the game changes Max has a secret and it's about to come out, changing his life, changing his work, changing his everything.

Colorado Wild, twists words together to create worlds where characters make good and bad decisions that don't always work out so well Romance and books have been a part of Sara York's life since learning to read Sara York is a trans male author writing gay romance Coming out is the best decision Sara York has made Live your life out loud Sara York encourages you to be yourself.

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  • Kindle Edition
  • 35 pages
  • Changing Currency
  • Sara York
  • English
  • 28 November 2018

10 thoughts on “Changing Currency

  1. Lena Grey says:

    “...Love your curves and all your edges, all your perfect imperfections...You're my end and my beginning. Even when I lose I'm winning, 'cause I give you all of me and you give me all of you. ~ John Legend

    Max has found a fantastic form of stress release from his demanding bank executive job and it involves a sexy woman named Maxine. Maxine is the part of Max that knows how to relax and have fun, the part which belongs only to herself. Max guards this part of himself with the ferocity of a mother bear, because losing Maxine would be like losing all the joy in his life. The last thing Maxine expects is that her boss will wander into the club where she performs and she is even more surprised when he is attracted to her. As Shakespeare once said: “Oh what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive.” Now Maxine wonders if it's even possible to unweave this tangled web and keep her boss's attention at the same time.

    I loved Max and loved Maxine even more. It's not possible for anyone to have more class than she does. Max is a person who knows who he is and what he wants. He doesn't want to be a woman, but loves to explore his feminine side; he loves the feeling of silk on his skin. It's a sexy and comforting feeling to wear female clothing. He also loves the attention he gets from people in the club. They love Maxine for herself and her talent and beauty and have no other expectations. What Max/Maxine needs is someone to appreciate the person under the clothing, whether that's a skinny black dress, or a smart designer suit, and won't settle for anything less.

    When Travis finally gets enough nerve to approach Maxine, he asks for a date then disappears. He's never been attracted to a cross-dresser before and it confuses him. It's not just that though, Maxine gets under his skin as no one ever has before. He doesn't realize that Max, whom he's already attracted to, and Maxine are the same person, which explains the strong pull. A business trip brings them closer than they normally would have been and Max's secret is revealed. Travis is totally discombobulated and scrambles to get his footing again. He admits that he's attracted to both Max and Maxine. Now he has to come to terms with it and figure out where they go from here.

    I was fascinated with this story. Cross-dressing is something that I've never given much thought to, but this story gave me a new perspective into the world of cross-dressing and an education in how much work it is to present the necessary feminine image. I'd recommend it to all you romantics out there who may appreciate a story full of emotion and the possibility of dreams being fulfilled no matter how unlikely they may seem.

    NOTE: This book was provided by the author for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  2. Amber says:

    Loved it!

    I loved this short story about a cross dresser who ends up falling for his boss. I just wish it had been longer.

  3. Lauren says:

    It was actually the cover that first pulled me in with this one, which is really awesome. I'm pretty sure I swooned ;) Changing Currency is a really nice short story, but my main issue with it was that it felt very rushed. Everything moved so fast, which meant that it felt a little forced, and I couldn't believe how quickly Max and Travis' relationship developed. I know they already knew each other before they embarked on a romantic relationship, so perhaps that's how you're supposed to reason them falling in love so quickly, but the insta-love just didn't quite seem believable to me. Anyone who knows me will know that I'm totally not against insta-love in the books I read, but I just couldn't quite accept it here.

    I liked both the premise and the characters. I absolutely adored Max. I loved Travis' acceptance of Max and of Maxine, and I loved how supportive and caring he was. I really just wish the story had been longer and spread out over more time. This was still a nice, quick and easy read, I had just hoped for a little bit more.

  4. V says:

    I would have love if this story was a little bit long. Still very cute.

  5. Lillian Francis says:

    I love this cover!

  6. dbbks3 says:

    3 1/2 stars because it is short. Still an almost perfect little story about acceptance of self and of love. Max is comfortable in his after hours life but has to be the conservative suit banker guy during the day. Travis is comfortable with who he is and he is man who is falling in secret love with his co-worker yet feels equally attracted to the performer/singer Maxine. He wants them both.

    This is a hot yet surprisingly tender story. I loved the characters even if Travis is too good to be true, but that is part of the fun of reading a love story. Max is a fantastic character and I wanted to visit with him so much more. Maybe a story of what happens next?

    Well written. No big typos to interfere with my reading enjoyment. I was hooked from the beginning paragraph about Max.

    Late at night, when the lights were turned low, and the good people of Savannah were shut in for the evening, he could relax and be himself. Trusting that no one from work would see his true nature, he dropped the act, allowing the shell of his daytime self to slip away. Letting go of the persona that was Max Deerfield, he became Maxine the Devilicious. Maxine the amazing. Maxine the drag queen who performed Friday nights at Bubbles...

  7. Lila Hunter says:

    3.5 out of 5

    A lovely short story. I really like Max and how he was comfortable in his own skin and in drag.

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