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Captain James T. Mitchell and his cocaptain, Lana King, made one of the bravest sacrifices in human history when they volunteered to have their brains scanned and bodies frozen by the US Human Preservation Service. In the event that mankind was ever in danger of extinction, they would be unfrozen to carry out their sacred mission: restarting the human race! 

Now, thousands of years in the future, James is awoken from cryo-sleep by a strange alien species to discover that humankind is long dead, and the aliens are encouraging him and Lana to do exactly what they swore to. There's just one problem: James and Lana have awoken in the wrong bodies! Lana is determined to carry out their mission as planned, but James never expected that he'd be the one to have to do the woman's job. It all seemed easier when Lana was taking care of that.... 

Can James adjust to his new life as a woman and carry out the mission he swore to accomplish, or is he going to solve the mystery of how this happened and get back into his old body before Lana manages to talk him into staying the way they are? Find out in Space Swapped!

©2017-2018 Alyson Belle (P)2018 Alyson Belle

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    4 out of 5 stars

A decent oneshot

The wrighting as always is good but I found myself more distracted on trying to figure out the methodology and motives behind the cloneing of the main characters and was slightly disappointed that it was never extrapolated on.