Every Wednesday, I put on my pimp clothes (zoot suits, feathered hats, platform shoes, and the like) and introduce you to something new and wonderful in the literary world. This week, I’m excited to shine a spotlight on Drive Me Home by Chrissy Munder.
"The meeting of two personalities is like the contact of two chemical substances: if there is any reaction, both are transformed. " - Carl Jung (1875-1961)
"DRIVE ME HOME was inspired back when I lived in Nevada. The dry, desert locale was the perfect place to illustrate the theme of the main character - Eric - coming back to life much as the desert itself blooms after a long drought. He has to learn how to make friends and trust others, and find somewhere in the barren landscape his life has become that bit of treasure we all search for in our lives – love for himself once again.
"Eric is an interesting character in that many readers seem to project meaning and emotion on to him. When I write a story I strive to place real people at its heart. People with thinning hair or expanding waistlines - not just romantic standards, and Eric’s struggle, his drive if you will, to find himself has resonated with my readers."
Las Vegas isn’t just a glamorous, glitzy playground for high rollers, Elvis impersonators, and blushing newlyweds. It’s also a seedy, worn-out dumping ground for the lonely, the broken, and the lost. Eric Moss is one of those drifters, just marking time, until he meets two very different men, both of whom could change his life.
Marc Evans is a rich casino owner. He offers Eric safety, security, and a chance to regain some of his ravaged past. Brad Torres is a garage mechanic. He offers Eric nothing at all.
The choice might have been easy, if Eric weren’t intensely attracted to both men. He has to choose between Sin City’s sparkling lights and a life in the shadows—will he be able to live with his heart’s decision?
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Chrissy Munder writes a variety of romance filled with everyday people and extraordinary passion to transport readers into their personal world of love, laughter, and desire.
She is an avid reader, a wanderer of Michigan’s wilderness, and, while not in any particular order, a lover of lists, zombies, and bad sci-fi. She’s also perpetually behind on everything—except feeding the cat.
There are those who might tell you she started writing LGBTQ romance as a way to justify her office supply addiction, but shhhhh! don’t listen to them.
After too many jobs in too many states she’s eagerly awaiting a far too distant retirement and the chance to become a full-time Lake Michigan beachcomber. Until then, she’s excited to share her love of romance, laughter, and happy-ever-afters.
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