Mona is a pop star diva with a naughty secret―she wants to be a pony girl so badly she can taste it. So far, she has only indulged her kink by writing and performing thinly-veiled songs about her favorite fetish. But since she is already fabulously wealthy, it is becoming increasingly difficult to justify denying herself what she desires most, just to make even more money. So, she tells her manager to shut down the tours and the recording sessions and then takes a year off, during which time she anonymously enrolls in an exclusive pony girl training program and lives out her dream. Big surprise, she becomes the star pony of her class!
The Pony Girl Diva is, as the title promises, Lesbian D/s Erotica, but it is far more than just that. Jim Lyon makes the most of the short story format, giving us enough information on the characters to make us care, but keeping the focus largely on the details of the fantasy.
As the story opens, we are introduced to Mona, a celebrity pop star whose biggest hit is a fetish-themed song that she performs on stage in full pony-girl attire, with the whole world assuming it is merely an act. The more she plays the role, however, the more she craves it.
From there the story switches to Celeste, a professional trainer of pony-girls and pony-boys, as she prepares to break in a new stable of ponies. It is here where Lyon shows his true colors, somehow merging the violence of piercing, whipping, and gruelling physical training, with the beauty and the grandeur of formal pageantry. He really sells the fantasy, allowing reader to understand - and, perhaps, even long for - the pony experience.
Now, as to where Mona's story intersects with Celeste's, you can probably guess, but far be it from me to spoil the fun.
Kindle: 15 pages
Published: October 12, 2017
Published by: Wordwooze Publishing