After an accident involving a truck, Liz wakes up in a world she once thought existed only a video game, as the Evil Dragon Demon Queen no less. She has no idea what to do, where she is, or what's going on. She's not the brightest, or the bravest, the coolest or the most cunning. But she cares, deeply, truly and powerfully, and she's not stopping until she's done everything she can for everyone who needs it.
Demon Queen is a love letter to fantasy, and a damning indictment of how we don't question a lot of fantasy tropes.
It's also a story about accepting yourself, seeing your flaws for what they are and what they aren't, about vulnerability as a superpower.
It's a story about being trans, about what it means to not know who you are when all you've known is denial and fear.
It's also a story about queer love, about non-traditional relationships, and about expressing your affection to your loved ones without reservation.