When I wrote A Christmas Rideshare, I wanted it to do a couple of things: I wanted to write a sweet, candy bar book that someone could quickly read and enjoy, and I wanted to write a book about a couple falling in love - that couple just happens to be two women.
I don't know how everyone else feels about the matter, but I am tired of reading books that feature lesbian and gay couples wherein the thing driving the book forward is coming-out, homophobia, drugs, alcohol, or abuse.
There are some excellent books that do this, but I did not want to nor did I feel the need to contribute to that subject matter.
I didn't set out to make a documentary, write a drama, shine a light on injustice, or anything like that. Not with this book.
A Christmas Rideshare is not violent, angsty, or pornographic. In fact, there is no sex in this book. Any sexual content is implied by a fade-to-black kind of moment.
So, if that sounds like something you may be interested in reading, please check out A Christmas Rideshare.
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