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Greg had had a terrible life He was a loner had never been intimate with a girl and his father was abusive to not only Greg but his mother When his father discovered Greg liked to wear women's clothing he became even of a dictator All that changed when Greg met Kris and Jenny Kris was bursting with excitement as we went into the closet and picked out a few items I chose a black pencil skirt with a white pull over sweater black 3 inch heels and patterned black hose The girls excused themselves and I quickly dressed After what seemed like minutes but was actually a half an hour I opened the door and Jenny went to work When she finished I again was amazed at my own reflection I sat there staring at the mirror for a few moments before Jenny broke the silence “Hey I have an idea why don’t we go out to lunch?” I looked at Jenny with a frozen look on my face “Like this?” “Nobody will ever recognize you” Jenny replied I didn’t think this was a good idea “Don’t you realize how hot you look?” Kris exclaimed With that one comment I found the courage to do it From Author Dani Mitchell While most of the story is fiction some is VERY real The abuse suffered by my Mom and my family was very very real While the story has a far different ending than real life please if you are aware of someone in an abusive relationship don't just sit by and do nothing As a family we were fortunate to not have a tragic outcome but someone else may not be as lucky Love Dani


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    The ever lovely and oh so talented Carollyn Olson actually introduced me to A Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes back in November and her recommendation carries a lot of weight with me I can't explain why it took me so long to get around to reading it but I am pleased to say that Dani Mitchell's transgender fantasy is everything Carollyn promised and just a bit First of all I love how the narrative was structured We actually open with a brief somewhat ominous snippet of the Greg's thoughts as he awakens from surgery From there the story leaps back in time to the beginning of his journey but Mitchell continues to scatter those mysterious surgical scenes throughout the novel That structure adds a whole other dimension of anticipation to the story leaving us to wonder precisely why he's been hospitalized Early on the fact that his father is an abusive alcoholic leads one to wonder whether it will be a beating that will send Greg to the hospital but little hints and clues give rise to even stranger worries later on before ultimately revealing the truthI don't want to spoil any of the magic here so I'm going limit myself to talking about the initial set up When we first meet Greg we discover that he is a closet crossdresser It's nothing sexual or fetishistic for him just a means of finding comfort and de stressing in an abusive home He is smaller than most of the boys leading him to be bullied but he has some good friends and dreams of becoming a mechanic Eventually he meets Kris a beautiful young lesbian who becomes his best friend Just when you think you know where the story is going however Kris disappears under suspicious circumstances and Greg's life goes on without her for a couple of yearsNot long after Greg's dad discovers him dressed and sets about destroying all his clothes and shoes Kris suddenly reappears She seems to have one of those too good to be true story of a rich relative who took her in after her parents threw her out for being a lesbian and it's at this point that the surgery snippets get a little weird with talk of tattoos and making clients very happy Greg does comes out to Kris as transsexual but almost immediately there are some off hand comments from her aunt that add even mystery to the situation especially in light of how the surgical scenes are progressingThat's all I will say on that however as discovering how and why the story develops should be up to the reader It's a carefully structured story that's full of drama sorrow and moments of indescribable happiness Greg and Kris are such a perfect couple you can't help but want them to have the biggest best most happily ever after in history There is such joy in their scenes together such unrestrained happiness that you can't help but fall in love with them As for the other characters Greg's dad is pretty much the archetype of a drunken bully his mother is a surprisingly strong character especially with her growth in the latter half of the book while Jennifer Kris' aunt is of a plot device than a fully fleshed character but you'll wish you had an aunt like that as wellA Dream Is A Wish Your Heart Makes has its moments of darkness and sorrow and does get quite ominous in parts but you will come away from it with a smile on your face and a sweet little pitter patter in your heart As published on Bending the Bookshelf