Dr. James is suffering from severe headaches and after taking some pain relief pills he dives into another world where he is a girl but not just a regular girl, but a royal and a possible crown princess. From first experiences James finds it fun and curious to switch between two worlds, and play different gender roles. In the real world, as James assumes, he is a respectful doctor with family and friends, in another world of Medieval Times, he transforms into a young woman trying to find the truth about the palace conspiracies, but not knowing anyone and adjusting to rules and lifestyle of old times without an air conditioner, a heater, hot water, comfortable washrooms and proper hygiene.
The most interesting part starts when James finds out that he has tumor and he has to undergo a surgery and in another world James aka Princess Sarabeth was pursued by assassins but managed to escape with strong wish to find out who is the main figure in the crime. While getting ready for the surgery in one world, James as a girl joined D-Nine forces and successfully fulfilled the assignments making it closer to solving the mysteries connected to the Princess.
The revelation was my favorite, just mentioning that both worlds were real what gave James a chance to choose the one where he really wants to stay with its pros and cons. Mostly reminds me the “Awake” series but with a choice to be a man or a woman. After finding that both worlds were real I was sure that James would prefer to be a woman and a royal even in that dangerous world than a man with a tumor. But what if the tumor can be treated successfully and there is a chance to continue healthy and fulfilled life.
About the author Magus Tor: A doctor by day and game designer and writer by night, Magus Tor hopes to be able to turn the tables and become a game designer by day and doctor by night! He has already published three books. And one of his most recent books is D-Nine: Protectors of the Crown.
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