The Prisoners of Gender (by John Bushore)


Author: John Bushore
Cover Artist: Dawné Dominique
Length: Novel
Genre/s: Erotica/Paranormal Romance
Heat Level: 4

eBook: 9781926704548

Print: 9781926704623


It’s not the same old love story…when a princess and her guardian exchange bodies due to a botched spell. Add a clueless maid-servant, along with a half witted giant who loves pretty girls, and this bawdy, romance takes off with plenty of adventure and a bit of situational comedy.

Princess Marissa, a virgin, yearns to be a man so she can control her fate. Captain Bardak is sworn to protect her. The caravan is attacked; all are killed, save the princess, the injured captain, and Janelle, a loyal but superstitious servant. They’re taken captive by the minions of a vengeful wizard intent on using the princess to avenge himself on the king. An enchantment goes awry, and the captain and the princess secretly switch bodies. Can Bardak, in his unfamiliar, frail, female persona, manage to save Marissa, who’s near dead in his battered body, so he can return her form in a virtuous state? It’ll be a tough battle, because Marissa quickly learns to enjoy being a male and wants to try out her new ‘equipment,’ while Janelle lusts for the captain. And even if Bardak succeeds, he’s likely to be executed by the princess’s hardhearted father.


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