Susan Jean Charles

Love's Gift

Love’s Gift
 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Miracles can happen when you give yourself to Love

 © 2017, by Susan J. Charles. All rights reserved

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December 2017 Christmas Dreams Story Contest Entry

Changing fraternities

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I just received my fraternity magazine and noticed in the Board meeting minutes that some of the chapters had questions about transpeople. Some apparently wanted to pledge FTM students. At least one chapter had a brother who had decided to become a "sister." They wanted to know the fraternity's stance on this. The answer the Board came up with was that the fraternity constitution stated that a person to be initiated into the fraternity had to be a male at the time of initiation.

Hot Dogs And Candles

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Hot Dogs And Candles
Christmas At The Cabin
 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Snowbound in a mountain cabin, bored siblings play a new game and get to fulfill their Christmas Dreams.

Seattle Gal Part 21

SEATTLE GAL
Part 21
Ken’s Decision

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica deals with the aftermath of Ken’s learning about her. Ken gets outvoted and has to make a decision.

 © 2012, by Susan J. Charles. All rights reserved
Edited by Holly H. Hart

Seattle Gal Part 19

SEATTLE GAL
Part 19
Changes

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica is changing. She gets to experience the thrills of being a bridesmaid preparing for Cindy’s wedding and helps Ken with some overdue cleaning.

 © 2012, by Susan J. Charles. All rights reserved
Edited by Holly H. Hart

Seattle Gal Part 15

SEATTLE GAL
Part 15
Moving Forward

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica and Karen meet about the future of the business. Jessica experiences a downside of being female, but moves forward to complete herself.


 © 2012, by Susan J. Charles. All rights reserved
Edited by Holly H. Hart

Seattle Gal Part 14

SEATTLE GAL
Part 14
Meetings

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica meets Phil once more, then has to become Mark again for the meeting with Cindy and her lawyer.

 © 2012, by Susan J. Charles. All rights reserved
Edited by Holly H. Hart

Seattle Gal Part 13

SEATTLE GAL
Part 13
Taking Charge

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica decides it’s time to move forward. Phil’s reaction to her leaving. Deanna gets a gift. A meeting is finally scheduled.

 © 2012, by Susan J. Charles. All rights reserved
Edited by Holly H. Hart

Seattle Gal Part 12

SEATTLE GAL
Part 12
Turning Points

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica shows the girls her surprise and has a tea party. She discovers a whole new world. She receives some good news and some disturbing news that lead her to a major decision.

 © 2012, by Susan J. Charles. All rights reserved
Edited by Holly H. Hart

Seattle Gal Part 11

SEATTLE GAL
Part 11
Revelations

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica meets Lisa and learns about Phil’s past, then talks with Madeline about Phil's cheating. She has to become Mark again and has an insight. What took her so long?


 © 2012, by Susan J. Charles. All rights reserved
Edited by Holly H. Hart

Seattle Gal Part 10

SEATTLE GAL
Part 10
Jessica meets Deanna

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica meets a very special person and starts a new project. She sees Cindy again and has a revelation. Phil cheats on her.

 © 2012, by Susan J. Charles. All rights reserved
Edited by Holly H. Hart

Seattle Gal Part 8

SEATTLE GAL
Part 8
It’s still a man’s world

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica hosts a dinner party and learns more about the big deal, but her analysis is not well received. Exciting times at the football game, but not everyone is pleased with Jessica as a Sea Gal.

Seattle Gal Part 7

SEATTLE GAL
Part 7
Sea Gal

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica learns what it’s like to show off in a cheerleader’s outfit and gets to be a real cheerleader. She hosts her first dinner party. Cindy meets Jessica.

Seattle Gal Part 6

SEATTLE GAL
Part 6
Jessica Settles In

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica begins living with Phil and finds that, as the woman of the house, she’s taken on unexpected responsibilities. She finds a Chinese puzzle. Phil takes their sex life to a new level and asks her to wear a certain costume.

Seattle Gal Part 5

SEATTLE GAL
Part 5
Jessica’s Crisis

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica finds herself cut off from all her funds and support systems. Going back to being Mark isn’t even an option. She’s looking at being thrown out on the street with nowhere to go. What’s a girl to do?.

Seattle Gal Part 4

SEATTLE GAL
Part 4
Jessica Has Her First Monthly Visitor

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
A short chapter where Jessica has her first meeting with her therapist and experiences one of the downsides of being female, “that time of the month.” Not something you really want to try at home.

Seattle Gal Part 3

SEATTLE GAL
Chapter Three
Jessica Visits The Doctor

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
Jessica decides to do something about her skin, learns more about being female, and gets to know Phil a whole lot better. This chapter is shorter than the first two. Warning, there is some explicit sex near the end!

Seattle Gal Part 1

SEATTLE GAL
Chapter 1
The Return Of Jessica

 
by Susan Jean Charles
 
He lost everything, but she gained so much more

A little over a year ago, Lauran published a story entitled, “Son” about how a widowed father and his son became a mother and daughter. The story ended just as the mother began living full-time with a man she’d first met while she was experimenting with being a woman.

I enjoyed the story, but wondered what happened afterwards. How does a man used to working full-time, providing for, and making decisions for himself and his son, adjust to living as a woman totally dependent on her man?

‘Seattle Gal’ began as my attempt to explore this question. But soon Jessica’s decisions and their consequences took over the story. Further along, a throwaway character opened her mouth and my story went in an entirely new direction.

While there is some explicit sex in the story, at its heart it is a romance. I’ll warn readers of the sections containing explicit scenes.

While many of the places in the story are real, none of the characters are and any resemblance to actual people, living or dead, is entirely coincidental. Several products and names that appear in the story are trademarked and I used them to provide color, background and authenticity. No infringement is intended. My only intent is to present a good story.

“Seattle Gal” is already completed, so readers will get to read the entire story in several segments. My great thanks to Holly H. Hart, who is so valuable in both editing and in providing much extra information that has helped make the story so much better. I’ve learned so much working with her!

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