Mary always liked a boy in here class named Chase. She would always try to confess her love but always chocked up. She didn't know why. She was just about to give up hope when...
"Huh?" Mary was startled when a flash of light filled her room. Before her stood a silver haired girl with white angel wings who smiled before her.
"Who are you?" Mary asked.
"I'm here to help you with your dilemma. You wish to confess to your true love but can't." The angel spoke.
"Your right I do. I like him so much. I wish he was the ideal person for me and I was the ideal person for him." Mary spoke as a light flashed in her face.
"It is done. Just meet up with him tomorrow and your wish will be filled, farewell." The angel disappeared into thin air leaving Mary excited. So she called Chase and asked him if he would like to go to the beach with her tomorrow and he gladly accepted.
That night Mary couldn't sleep and by the next day they were on the beach having a great time.
"I don't know but I never realized how cute you were Mary." Chase said pulling her in closer.
"Oh, thanks Chase. I really like you too." Mary said when she noticed something about Chase was changing.
His hair had become softer and orange while his face had become small and petite. She blushed a bit while the rest of his body became feminine as his chest produced two C-Cup sized boobs. His hip and butt plumped up with the rest of his fat while his arms and legs lost all of their muscle but were left slender and smooth.
"Ohhhh~, I feel different Mary. Whats happening?" Chase asked while his swim trunks formed a white two piece bathing suit over his new body.
"I don't know. You're becoming a girl! I thought I said ideal person. Why is he becoming a she?" Mary thought to herself feeling a little faint herself now. She looked over to see Chase now fully changed lying in the sand on the ground. Her face was so beautiful Mary began to blush.
"Huh? She's so cute. My heart is racing. Why? I feel different as well." Mary thought to herself.
"Hey Mary, could you help me up please?" Chase asked her extending her now smooth and long arms.
"S-sure." Mary said helping her up when Chase pulled her in for a kiss.
"Mmmmmm~" Mary said pulling away quickly. "What are you doing?" She asked.
"Whats wrong Mary? We kiss all the times. You are my girlfriend remember." Chase said confused.
"Huh? But I like boys..." Mary tried to say but had to think to herself. "Is it true? Do I like her like that? Maybe it's why I never was able to confess to him before. Yeah. This is so much better." Mary said to herself before blushing again.
"Mary, you in there?" Chase asked her.
"Why sure cutie. I'm here." Mary said pulling Chase in as she kissed her deeply this time. When she pulled back they both were blushing uncontrollably.
"Your so cute. Wanna stroll on the beach?" Chase asked.
"Sure." Mary said smiling as the two began to walk along the shore's of the sand holding each others hands.
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