The son who transformed himself into his own mother is back, in the long awaited sequel to Practice to Deceive.
Billy has finally been unmasked. After masquerading as his own mother for an entire week, using his mastery of masks and disguises to pass as a mature, sexy woman in her forties… his deception has been revealed – by his mother, no less.
But Linda is no ordinary mother. She not only seems to understand Billy’s desires, but is even ready to encourage them: by suggesting that Billy takes her place at an upcoming comic convention.
Once more Billy steps into Linda Merrill’s life, but this time, he’s not alone in his impersonation. There are others ready to don disguises, wear masks and make Billy’s life much, much more complicated….
Seeing is Deceiving – the long-awaited sequel to Ghostly Writer’s classic Practice to Deceive – is a full-length erotic transgender novel packed with gender transformation, masks, disguises, impersonation and deception.
If you enjoyed Billy’s transformation into his mother, you’re going to love where the story goes next in Seeing is Deciving.
Please note, Seeing is Deceiving is a direct sequel to Practice to Deceive. While it can be read as a stand-alone novel, you’ll enjoy yourself much more if you read Practice to Deceive first.
Features multi-gender crossdressing, impersonation, masks, detailed disguises and sexual situations.
Reviews for Practice to Deceive
You know a book is good when you finish reading it not only in one sitting, but after you finish it you decide to read it a second time; to enjoy the subtleties and small details you might have missed the first time around…. I wholeheartedly recommend this book. For anybody who not only enjoys masking stories, but also well-crafted erotic literature.– E.A., Amazon.com reviewer
It’s just a really, REALLY good book. It’s the first erotic fiction book I’ve read, but believe me when I say that nothing could top this book as a first impression.– Amazon.com Reviewer
Practice To Deceive is a rare treasure: a story that is not only erotic, but thoughtfully so, exploring Billy’s motivations for acquiring a perfect mask of his mother’s face, as well as how he feels to take her place and have perfect strangers treat him as her.– B.L., Amazon.com reviewer
I was looking for a lot out of this, and came away from the first few chapters with some significant expectations, and I am delighted to say that Practice to Deceive not only delivered, but did so in ways that honestly amazed me. This is a story to which any crossdresser can relate, and which any masking aficionado will appreciate.– Sally Bend, Bending the Bookshelf