Tom continues his journey to femininity, consigned to the Janus Institute by his wife and former assistant. As he fights the attempts to feminize him, he must also resist the growing influence of his female identity, Katie. To combat his struggle, Raquel and the rest of the staff put Tom under the knife, where his body is transformed to match Katie's persona. In the end, cTom continues his journey to femininity, consigned to the Janus Institute by his wife and former assistant. As he fights the attempts to feminize him, he must also resist the growing influence of his female identity, Katie. To combat his struggle, Raquel and the rest of the staff put Tom under the knife, where his body is transformed to match Katie's persona. In the end, can he ever turn back, or will Katie finally take control and lead him into a new life? Contains scenes of feminization, female dominance and mild age regression....
|Title||:||Corporate Takeover: Part Two|
|Format Type||:||Kindle Edition|
|Number of Pages||:||40 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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Corporate Takeover: Part Two Reviews
Corporate Takeover opens with an uncomfortable argument between spouses, one based on the all-too common issues of taking one another for granted and not recognizing their contributions to the household. There’s no affair involved, not even a suspicion of cheating, just a husband who has been fortunate enough to coast along on his inheritance and a wife who wishes he’d listen a little more often. That makes what follows a bit more interesting, taking a typical revenge story and turning it into something more . . . instructive.As Part Two of the story opens, Tom seems to be slowly becoming more and more accepting of Katie, but inside he’s still fighting the idea. Whereas the first story was one of subtle hints and gentle transformations, this one is far more about forced feminization and more traumatic transformations. It’s a darker, edgier story than the first, and I loved the way Tom struggled mentally:“Sometimes I get these weird waves of anxiety, this voice telling me that I look all wrong, and not in the way I think. When I see myself with my flat chest and the thing between my legs, I know it's wrong, but then I start to think that it's my face and voice and skin that's all wrong.”The story twists more than once following that admission, so don’t expect Tom’s transition to be at all simple, but I liked the way everything developed. Overall, Corporate Takeover is a bit of an odd story, taking the genre in a direction you definitely don’t expect, but one that’s filled with the little touches that Lyka Bloom does so well.As published on Bending the Bookshelf
If you haven't read part one, don't read this review, read that book! As I wrote about part one: This is a really haunting story. In the first book, a spoiled young millionaire, self-involved and gliding through life, sparks resentment in the two women closest to him. His wife is infuriated by his lack of concern for her ailing mother. His female assistant does all his real work, but he doesn't recognize her efforts, and he sits by as others demean her. The two decide Tom would be better off as a pretty young girl, and send him to a secretive institute to make it so. As book two begins, Tom's identity and personality are under attack. The Janus Institute is employing mind control and shock therapy to create a new consciousness within him--a pretty young woman named Katie. Tom struggles to stay himself against the relentless procedures he's forced to undergo. Will he remain Tom? Will he become Katie? Will he be a mix of both? The story ends with a chilling reunion, and hauntingly powerful resolution. This book, and part one, are both highly recommended to anyone who likes their forced feminization dark, relentless, and complete.