"Never judge a person until you have walked a mile in their shoes," especially if they are wearing high heels.
Stan Mott's hilarious and controversial graphic novel hooks an afterburner to this old saw and blasts it into the realm of hyper empathy.
Zelda McClintok, beautiful, blond, spoiled rotten daughter of a manically possessive Texan multibillionaire, and Adam Hawks, tall, dark, handsome, multiracial, dead poor, womanizing hustler from the barrios of East L.A. die at the same instant.
To their mutual horror, they return to life in the other's body. They meet. It's hate at first sight.
They fight, but discover while grappling with their own bodies on the floor, there might be an upside to their condition.
They decide to work out their differences on board his rustic Turkish caique moored at the lush Greek island of Rhodes...with his two gorgeous live-in female crew.
Will he be able to con some much needed cash out her daddy?
Will he almost be raped three times in the first week?
Will he try to redeem his masculinity by seducing his two female crew?
Will she retaliate by coming out as Little Bo Peep on the local gay boat? Will they ever get away to sort their vast differences alone?
Will she get him pregnant?
Or will her daddy get fed up with the whole mess and order his private army to mistakenly rub out his daughter?
The answers to these and other burning questions are all in the lavishly illustrated full color graphic novel "The Absolute Alliance".
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