Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Spotlight and Giveaway: The Holiday Detour

Even though it's almost October, we're starting to get into a holiday mood. Today, we're kicking that off with The Holiday Detour by Jane Kolven. Thanks to Bold Strokes Books, we have one e-book to give away!

Sometimes it takes everything going wrong to make you see how right things are.

Dana Gottfried is a stressed-out Jewish lesbian who’s just quit her job and wants to get home to see her grandmother. When her car breaks down in Indiana on Christmas Eve, Dana is stranded—until she’s rescued by Charlie, a pig farmer who doesn’t identify as male or female. Although they come from different worlds, Dana is intrigued by Charlie’s sense of humor and kindness. Despite her better judgment, Dana says yes when Charlie offers a ride.

But the journey home is paved with detours. From car accidents to scheming ex-girlfriends to a snowy and deserted Chicago Loop, everything that could go wrong on their road trip does, but it leads Dana on a path of self-discovery that just might end in love.

Jane Kolven is an author of contemporary, fun LGBTQ romances. She is proud to create stories that show a variety of LGBTQ people finding happiness—because everyone deserves love. Jane currently lives in Michigan with her wife and their pets.

Visit Jane online:
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Giveaway ends October 4th at midnight EST.


susieqlaw said...

A stranger helped get the car back on the road when the ice led the car off the road. God bless him!

Melissa said...

Many years ago, when I was 17 and visiting a college in Michigan with my mom, we got into a car accident and began spiraling down a ravine. Thankfully, the car halted prior to us sustaining injuries, but good samaritans, a husband and wife, stopped their cars and abandoned them on the side of the road to help ensure my mom and I were okay and helped us escape the car before it could have rolled away any further. I'll always be grateful to them and how selfless they were.

LoriF said...

Would love to read your novel!

Morgayne said...

Love holiday stories! So happy to have LGBTQ characters in holiday stories! ������

bn100 said...

stranger helped with directions