Just Like A Woman

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How it happens is beyond explanation, but the fact is that Daniel Crowe a 25-year-old estate agent living in London, wakes up one fateful Thursday morning to find that he has turned into a woman.

Many days of panic and confusion follow but eventually Daniel, now become Danielle and pretending to be Daniel's twin sister, has to come to terms with his new gender and learn how to be a woman.

She has to buy women's clothes, cope with the legal complexities of her situation and, above all, learn to deal with the attentions of men.

It is an extraordinary voyage of discovery as Danielle enters an enticing and exciting world of new sexual experiences, initially with women but more and more with men as her female side asserts itself and her fears and inhibitions about relationships with men diminish.

As time passes she becomes more and more her own person as Daniel's personality slips further and further into the background. She discovers all the delights of being an attractive woman in London, and all the drawbacks too.

And underlying everything is a moving love story which has to assert itself in the most surprising and unexpected way.

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