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A Date With Faet
A Date With Faet
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This wasn't the first time my girlfriend talked me into doing something crazy, just to help her win a bet with her twin sister. And it wasn't the first time one of their little challenges or competitions messed up my entire weekend.
But it WAS the first time my girlfriend claimed to have magical powers. And when she told me she wanted to turn me into a girl for a night, I probably should have taken her a little more seriously...

Content warning: There are a few scenes with adult / sexual content, and some light D/s
Additional Tags: Polyamory

AdultDramaFantasyGender BenderGirls LoveMatureSlice of LifeSmutSupernatural
Cute Protagonist Fairies Female Protagonist Kind Love Interests Magic Male to Female Modern Fantasy Mysterious Family Background Nudity Secrets Sibling Rivalry Transgender Twins
Table of Contents 174
  1. Extras #12Aug 20, 2021
  2. Extras #11 (pt.3)Aug 18, 2021
  3. Extras #11 (pt.2)Aug 16, 2021
  4. Extras #11 (pt.1)Aug 14, 2021
  5. Extras #10Jul 29, 2021
  6. Extras #9 (pt.2)Jul 27, 2021
  7. Extras #9 (pt.1)Jul 25, 2021
  8. Extras #8Jul 23, 2021
  9. Extras #7 (pt.2)Jul 21, 2021
  10. Extras #7 (pt.1)Jul 19, 2021
  11. Extras #6Jul 17, 2021
  12. Extras #5Jul 15, 2021
  13. Extras #4Jul 13, 2021
  14. Extras #3 (pt.2)Jul 11, 2021
  15. Extras #3 (pt.1)Jul 9, 2021
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      Status: 97. decoupled

      The book starts out super cute, with character that have both flaws and their good parts. But after a while some issues with the story start to appear. I'll list a few here.

      • Story progression slows down a lot after about 40 chapters.
      • Character flaws disappear, which leaves the characters one-dimensional.
      • There are basically 3 groups in the story. Evil males (and 1 female). Victim males. And good girls and trans*xuals. While I appreciate the book tries to be openminded, it places people in boxes much more than most other stories.
      • After the first few chapters there are hardly any new ideas introduced into the story. Everything new is just a slightly different version of what already happened.

      Even with this flaws I did enjoy the book, in particular the first 30 or 40 chapters, so I think it's very much worth the read and a good score.

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      Status: Extras #1 (pt.1)

      Fae, but they grew up as mostly-human? So intriguing! I love the ominous nature of the danger that comes from their kin and the love-filled environment that the MC is still experiencing and the s*xiness and the whole dom-sub stuff within the limits of mutual respect and care...

      It's a really cute story!


      Update: Even though the novelity and the conflict between fae and human natures while sort of existing between both worlds wore off after a while, the story remained hecking interesting. I'm usually not someone who gets excited over politics and family dramas. But Faet manages to make even those captivating. Go and read! It's mandatory at this point.

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      Status: Completed

      I have complicated feelings about this series, which range from love of the setting, the obviously deep thoughts that went into the characters and the world, to a a somewhat vaguely sad feeling regarding where the characters end up. A good portion of this review will likely be in spoiler territory so I will try my best to give my unspoilered feedback first before diving into the nitty-gritty. 

       First: the first part of this series is phenomenal, I think it does a fantastic job of capturing the reader and bringing them into the story. That characters have depth and we can really see them react in their own ways to different events. One of my highest praises for this series is that it absolutely NAILS the genre change in a believable, thoughtful way. More than that, it is clear that a lot of thought went into the world building and political landscape of the world. 

      The second part of the story is where I start to run into a few issues with the story. There are times where the characterisation falters, and characters start to feel a little like tissue paper. Namely, they lose their personalities and it is unclear what their arc is in the story. I do understand that the narrative at this point was not focused on them, but as events unfold, it seems like the story would be more satisfying if they were more independent and clearly had agency, instead of kind of going along with everything as it happened. 


      to speak more on that, it felt like the twins slowly became two flavours of the same character. I'm not entirely sure how intentional that was, but it made me sad to see the two of them sort of lose their individuality. While I'm not a huge fan of fighting in stories, I do think that Kelly and Kiera should have not been completely on board with each other in almost every way. Especially when pertaining to the polyam situation that develops through the second book. My main wish was that we could see Keira work through the issues she had with losing Amy, more than just she starts to cuddle (and more) with Tegan and feels better because Tegan couldn't get hurt like that.



      I really liked the handling of the storyline with Sue and Elise, but I really would have liked to see more parallels drawn between Tegan's mother (s). As I think both of them exert similar forces in their daughters life, but it would be hard to show through Tegan's eyes as she is a little naïve at times and unaware of how she is being influenced.


      Stories with an unreliable narrator can be a little difficult sometimes, because without the presence of other POV characters, it can be sometimes hard to determine the biases of the character and separate that from the author. I would love to know more about what was planned, and what kind of just happened as a result of the characters while writing the last book in particular. 

      I've been trying to figure out a way to wrap this review up in a concise and coherent way, as well as to offer what I feel is an even-handed and thoughtful recommendation of this series. At the end of the day, this series is phenomenal, and I would certainly say that with only minor polishing, it could be one of my favourite series I've read in the past few years. The world building and obvious love in the crafting of this story is easy for anyone to see, and I will give my highest recommendation for this series to anyone interested in the central concept. I only have minor caveats for that recommendation regarding my criticisms, however I would absolutely recommend this story to a friend. 

      Thank you for writing this story, and I look forward to reading more of your work, PurpleCatGirl!

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      Status: 50. chilled

      Love it!

      The story focusses a lot on how the MC deals with the gender change and her feelings etc. Also plenty of action in there too :)

      The MC and her GF have some very s*xy dom-sub play going on, but the smut tag should be changed for ecchi. There were like three out of the fifty chapters that had s*xual content in them and none were explicit.

      So don't read if you are looking for porn, but there is absolutely no other reason not to read it!

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      Status: epilogue

      So I just read this in 3 days... And yes you should too, would give a little stabb to MC for op'ness but she is actually likeable so it'd be only skin deep.

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      Status: 145. exonerated

      Just spent the better part of the week binge-reading this. While some resolutions seemed a little sudden or anticlimactic this is still one of the best things I have read in a while. Really enjoy your work.

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      Status: current

      So I like this story its pretty good but I have one problem with it but it's mostly a technicality. The author does a great job of showing the struggle of living in a body that doesn't feel like it's your own. It's got some pretty standard fluffy romance that you can relax while reading.

      The technicality:


      Saying Tegan is transgender is like saying she is transhuman. Tegan was never human (this was said in the story btw) so it's impossible to be transhuman.

      It's a minor issue but it irked me enough to warrant talking about.

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      Status: 45. confronted

      This has been an enjoyable read, mostly. The premise of a changeling figuring out her new identity is interesting, the cast generally comes across as people with their own affairs and priorities, and the worldbuilding is a cut above what I expect from web novels, both in terms of how human and fae affairs work as well as in how they describe magic and its dangers.

      What it doesn’t do very well is conflict: every time the main character faces what might be assumed to be a serious threat, it’s immediately resolved in a way that’s disappointingly easy. Action scenes are short, not especially tense, and resolve in the heroine’s favour. The author seems to have little interest in external conflict in general: everything revolves around the heroine’s feelings, and everyone’s constantly asking her if she’s okay about this or that as though her feelings are the most important issue at hand.

      Another minor flaw that occasionally took me out of the reading is the trans lens of the story. Men are entirely absent save as assholes who get rebuked or punished for the first 45 chapters, the main couples that are introduced are all LGBT, the protagonist is labeled as trans even though she was arguably never male to begin with and has to suffer none of the physical transition ordeals, and so on.

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      Status: epilogue

      As per usual with PurpleCatGirl's stories, I didn't know what to expect, but I knew I'd enjoy it.  What I first thought was a fun little magical coming out tale eventually turned into a fantasy political epic, and I honestly don't even know where I would draw the line between the two.  It was gradually and skillfully done enough that, by the time I realized the genre had changed, I couldn't even say it had just happened.

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