No Hoper to Knocked Up No job no friends no prospects Jerry is the typical freeloader still living in his parents basement in his early twenties with no intention of ever finding a job or helping his long suffering family

  • Title: No-Hoper to Knocked Up
  • Author: Natasha Koshkov
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 276
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • No job, no friends, no prospects Jerry is the typical freeloader still living in his parents basement in his early twenties with no intention of ever finding a job or helping his long suffering family out Nothing and nobody can get through to him until a lesson from an unexpected source takes him by surprise Stuck in the body of heavily pregnant Jenny, he starts to leaNo job, no friends, no prospects Jerry is the typical freeloader still living in his parents basement in his early twenties with no intention of ever finding a job or helping his long suffering family out Nothing and nobody can get through to him until a lesson from an unexpected source takes him by surprise Stuck in the body of heavily pregnant Jenny, he starts to learn that responsibility isn t always optional, sometimes it s thrust upon us This 5.5k word story is unsuitable for readers under the age of 18 as it contains pregnancy themed sexual content and gender transformation.

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    343 thoughts on “No-Hoper to Knocked Up”

    1. It would have been better if the story hadn't been so rushed. Starting out before he was so far along would have been nice. And it was pretty ridiculous that his parents call him "Jenny" once and all the sudden he's thinking of himself as a girl named Jenny. It kind of defeats the purpose of the gender swap if he instantly thinks of himself as a girl. Mostly I think the author just wanted to write about having sex with a really pregnant woman, but there are better ways.


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