I did not set up separate posts for every volume in this series. This is the sixth book and is the longest story in the series so far at over 100,000 words.
College, Starting Over, the sixth book in the Lee Corcoran series, follows Lee Corcoran, a freshman in college at the University of Michigan whose life is not going totally as planned.
Let’s be honest, if you want to understand everything, reading the previous five books is the only way. The books follow Lee and his best friend Darby, a girl.
As a freshman in high school Lee became involved in a girls cheerleading program as an advisor and trainer where he was reluctantly introduced to crossdressing. Lee found that he enjoyed the softer side of clothing. Circumstances forced Lee to wear a feminine wardrobe in more and more situations.
Throughout high school, Lee dated, participated in cheerleading, was the starting shortstop on the baseball team for four years and wore women’s underwear and outer clothes virtually all the time.
He and his friends accomplished a lot and Lee ended up being a cheerleader and in his senior year he was the head cheerleader.
Over time Darby learned of Lee’s preferences for certain feminine attire.
In their senior year, Lee is the captain of the cheerleading squad and eventually breaks up with his girlfriend. Lee and Darby learn that they might earn scholarships to college and there is even the possibility of free college. They visit several schools and have several recruiters visit them. Lee is worried that he cannot be a cheerleader in college since he is a male.
Finally, Lee and his squad win the state championship and eventually the national competition cheerleading championship. Lee and Darby figure out they like each other and begin dating.
In the end the colleges know his secret and still want him to be a cheerleader.
Every crossdresser has their own story of how their fetish developed. They also have a personal story on how they integrate crossdressing into their life. This story deals with a reluctant crossdresser who tries not to sacrifice his manhood while enjoying his unusual choice in clothing.
This book tries to deal with crossdressing as part of a real life. In many ways, Lee has a life many real world crossdressers only dream of.
Given the ages of the characters, the story does not involve explicit sex.
Young adult readers should be comfortable reading this book.
The Cheerleader series follows Lee Corcoran as he grows, matures, and experiences life from pre-high school through college. The main characters in this story will be recurring in other installments in the series.
Concepts: Cheerleading, Romance, Coming of Age, Young Love, Dating, Sororities, Bullying, Sports, Cross-Dressing, etc.
This story is a work of fiction. Names, characters, businesses, places, events, locales, and incidents are either the products of the author’s imagination or used in a fictitious manner. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, or actual events is purely coincidental.