They walk across a deserted park and she cajoles him into undressing with a view to having sex on the grass. While kissing, Sally holds a sparkling pendant between their heads. Ray, drunk and confused, can’t believe his eyes when instead of Sally kneeling on the grass before him, he sees himself.
His doppelganger delivers a punch, knocking out the luckless young woman and hurries away. Sally/Raymond wakes to find she’s living in a young woman’s body. The girl has a history of schizophrenia and she/he soon discovers that parts of Sally’s character remains in her body.
From her first embarrassing medical examination, Sally discovers that living in a girl’s body is one long nightmare, especially when she is expected to perform for a depraved professional who should be treating her illness and caring for her. As well as an exciting storyline, this novel contains descriptions of extreme exploitation and details of sexual depravity; and is therefore only suitable for readers over 18 years of age.
This book was origionally published in two parts under the psudonym Amelia Stark