Hello, I just read the whole series a couple of days ago and found it really exciting and life-affirming. It's the story of a young couple who started out conservative Christian, and of their journey into acceptance, and embracing, of her husband's true identity as a woman.
The most exciting part for me is where the author talks about living in three dimensions instead of just two. I feel like this idea really illustrates my own somewhat different spiritual journey which has, among other things, led me out of fundamentalist Christianity and into Unitarian Universalism, yoga, and eastern and New Age philosophies.
It's a nine-part series; here is the link to the introduction: