Fracture: Divergence, an MTF fantasy novel

Some of you may remember my review of Erik Schubach's lesbian love story, Music of the Soul. 

At the time I asked: "Does there have to be a transformation in a story for it to count as TG fiction?"

I chose to read that book as one, even if the book had become a best seller among Amazon's lesbian readers.

Well, when I read Schubach's  Fracture: Divergence there was no doubt. This is a male to female transformation story and a lesbian love story.

We are talking fantasy romance here, with witches, wizards and other magically charged beings.

That has obviously been done before, also in TG fiction. But Erik brings in a new and surprising twist to the genre. There is no body transformation spell. Instead he makes use of a fracture between two parallel universes to throw the mage Alex King into the life of his female counterpart in the other dimension.

There he joins the witches of the Justice Coven in a quest to stop the fracture from widening and destroying both worlds.

As for the love story: His girl friend Jackie is his lesbian lover in the other universe (which takes some getting used to). And she has a very dark secret.

I am amazed by the creativity found in Schubach's universe. This is not your typical copy cat fantasy novel. It is different and exciting. I love it!

Fracture: Divergence (Volume 1)
Erik Schubach's blog
Books by Erik Schubach on Amazon


  1. Thanks Rebecca! This was such a fun and complex topic to write. I sat down with the general concept for Fracture but didn't know how I was going to give Alex the divergence power. Then it came to me even if all their decisions in life were the same, they couldn't help divergent acts if they were opposite genders in each universe.

    The eBook is just $3.99 on amazon. http://www.amazon.com/Fracture-Divergence-Erik-Schubach-ebook/dp/B00GOYNPWG/

  2. Anonymous6/11/2014

    Looks good Rebecca think you should do a story where a guy turns into a woman and has a blonde busty girl having sex with a big black dick idk wanna see some interracial scenes

  3. @Erik

    Every simgle decision we make opens up a new possible life line. To me it therefore makes perfect sense that being born a different gender would give you a very different life. And you have managed to capture this in a wonderful way.

  4. Hope all is ok.
    I've missed your wit


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