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About the author:
Rochelle Weber is an author and editor. A native of Chicago, she grew up on the Northwest Side, enlisting in the Navy at 20. She lived all over the country, eventually returned home and earned a Bachelor's degree in writing at Columbia College, Chicago, where here essay, "Bulimia," was featured in "Hair Trigger 9 & 10," the student anthology, published in 1987. Rochelle currently lives in Volo, IL, with her daughter and granddaughter. She has another daughter who lives downstate in Paris, IL, with her boyfriend, son, two daughters, and two step-daughters.
Book One of the Moon Rock Series
The future is a dangerous place for dreamers and idealists.
When a dictator takes over the United States, Annie Peterson attends a protest in Washington, DC, with Paul, her husband and soul mate. US troops fire into the crowd killing Paul. Jake Johnsrud, a virtual stranger, risks his life to save Annie's. They are among the survivors who are sentenced to slavery on the Moon for their "crimes."
Jake is forced to mine, while Annie is sentenced as a doxy to "service" the men. Jake fights increasing feelings of anger and jealousy as Annie struggles to perform her job, while she resists her increasing attraction to him. Along with their fellow inmates, they fight to survive on the lunar "rock" that is their prison.
Will the hardships of life in exile bring the two together? Or will Annie's undying devotion to Paul be the final, insurmountable obstacle for her and Jake?
- Publication Date:
- 1456591010 / 9781456591014
- Page Count:
- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 5.25" x 8"
- Black and White
- Related Categories:
- Fiction / Romance / General