Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, right? I saw some other authors had books about a guy turning into a French maid and thought, Why not me? I mean not me changing into a French maid, though that probably would be an improvement; I mean me writing a book about some hapless guy turning into a maid.
The scenario is kind of contrived. There's a governor who's kind of in that George W mold of not really giving a shit about his job or reading newspapers or anything. Someone decides to kidnap him and turn him into a French maid named Fifi who has to clean a mansion from top-to-bottom everyday or else be disciplined. Though he starts to kind of like that discipline.
The second story actually focuses on a Mexican maid. You know the Consuelo character from "Family Guy?" She's like that, only hotter. A guy who's in one of those border patrol gangs sees a young Mexican woman trying to cross the border and captures her. As he's going to rape her, there's a bright light and he wakes up AS her! So now he's working at a shitty motel (which I used the crappy old motel I stayed at in Mitchell, SD for the basis) where he not only has to clean rooms, but also service some of the customers. You know what I mean. Or do you?
The second story I think turned out better. Maybe I thought it through a little better. I mean the first one I wrote on my way to Seattle so I was kind of busy some of the time.
This wasn't a huge success, maybe because there are already too many French maid gender swap books on the market. Or not. Who can say? Not me or I'd be a rich genius like Warren Buffett.
Unless I've convinced you otherwise (or even if I have) you can buy this for $2.99 from Amazon!