Yep...exactly. The twist is in who starts the society and why.
Does My Title Need to be Changed?
Since you're talking about titles & such, I have a question about the title of my book.
The book is called, "Death wasn't His Final Chapter" and the plot of this story starts off explaining how a young boy gets this job in a big city working for women only but then he's in this really bad car accident.
The accident is so severe that it causes his heart to stop beating 3 times on the flight to the hospital and once he arrives at the emergency hospital in the big city, it's determined that he is in a comatose state.
He remains that way for the next 40 days and when he comes back to the world of the living, he doesn't have any memory of his past life so he has to learn "EVERYTHING" all over again --- in much the same way a baby does as it grows up. Sadly, things such as walking & talking were no longer second-nature for the boy.
Then, 2 1/2 years after this accident, the boy is able to start living once more when he begins going to college and staying on his own for a bit. This is before he's walking down the side of the road where he's hit by a speeding Lincoln Towncar and the vehicle manages to shatter both of his legs from the knees down.
The boy is stranded in a hospital bed once again for nearly a year before he is somehow able to get back on his feet to return to the land of the living yet again but the whole time, he never lost his job working for women only in the big city.
Very slowly, the boy starts to remember his past life and is eventually able to continue doing the same kind of work for women only but this time, he's able to start his own business offering the service to upscale women who can afford it and since he's the business-owner, that means he's the boss and is able to make a few changes in policy.
For example, the man he worked for in the city made him charge $100/hour but the boy knew that women are not the same as men in this area and that this rate was a big ripoff for most ladies.
The boy --- who had just recently become a man, drastically dropped his hourly rate while extending the time each client would be with him by a lot.
So my questions is: Do you think the title is misleading or should I change it to let people know what else it talks about? Of course, it would be hard for anyone to rightfully answer that question without first reading the book. Unfortunately, I am not in a financial position where I can offer to give out any free books at this time so you'll have to visit the Home Page link on my profile to order your own copy.
I'd love to help you brainstorm. Is there going to be a fairytale component?
That's very kind of you but I'd want to know that you've read the entire book more than once before I could take any of your suggestions seriously.
You can get a copy of the book at either of the two links below and yes, the prices are very different.
I've decided to call it "Sins of a Woman's Escort" but that's not written in stone so if you can think of something better, I'm all for it.
Paperback version: https://www.createspace.com/6363816
eBook version: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H2TUCXQ
Hahaha. If you really want help offer her a free copy. Or are you that hard up for sales?
Originally Posted by Mr. Michael Live
Plus, Michael's book is hardly a romance.