Erotic Romance, Time travel
When a socially-awkward history geek attempts to escape his present-day insecurities with the ladies...and just about everything else...through a role-playing game, he lands his sorry-ass in a pseudo-medieval world, where he can either assume the persona of the brutal warrior called Ajest or risk life and limb in mortal combat as his conflicted self.
Well...the choice is obvious.
What's not so obvious to Ajest is the lovely damsel in distress he meets in this parallel universe.
Weird, how she keeps throwing herself at him. Weirder still is how strongly she reminds him of Ria, the girl who wouldn't give him the time of day back home...
Poor, confused Ajest! The joke is on him in more ways than one in this goof on time travel and role-playing games and history geeks...and just everything else, including techno phobes and craft beer brewing and Boston speak.
In other words, it's a typical Louisa Trent erotic romance, with a dominant warrior who really isn't, a submissive fem who really isn't, and a happily-ever-after that really is well-earned.