“The stranger was not from this world and came from another time and place, he called himself Myrthdryn of Aquaelvhoen and had been stranded here for a time. He would not explain how he got here, but did say that he had visited our world on several occasions, both past and future. He wrote 'Time is both and yet neither energy and inertia.' He taught that time is not something that can be controlled, nor is it a dimension or flow to be manipulated. It is a force where balance or harmony must be achieved. To be at one with all, yet to be still individual and unique.
Rhoden went to bed a man and woke up a woman. Only by taking over her life could he find out why he’d switched bodies. Who was she and what was the strange alien statue, connected to the fabric of time itself, that may be the key to getting back his body and life. Why does Rhoden keep hearing eerie laughter whenever he thinks he has solved his problems? Who is the man from another world and how does his visit change Rhoden’s life for ever.
An amusing and entertaining inside look at the differences between men and women with a romantic twist.