Love or Hate
By Rita Potter
In a world full of divisiveness, what would it be like to walk in someone else’s shoes?
Two worlds collide when Rain Hargrove, a progressive lesbian, and Ivy Nash, a conservative Christian, clash at a political rally. Normally, that would be the end of the story, but it’s just the beginning when they’re approached by an old woman. Her bizarre chanting about love and hate disrupts their argument, and the two go their separate ways, pushing the incident from their minds.
That is, until, without warning, they find themselves in each other’s bodies. Then they’re suddenly switched back. This can’t be real…can it? Did the old woman have something to do with this? The unpredictable body swaps continue, sometimes with hilarious consequences.
While Rain and Ivy search for a way to stop these unsettling events, they’re forced to see the world through each other’s eyes. As the unlikely friendship develops, they must face some of their deeply held beliefs and prejudices.
Is it possible to not only accept their differences, but also embrace them? If so, could the bond they’ve developed lead to something deeper?