Keri's idea of adventure is a good book or a movie, but when the Air Force goes overboard investigating the crash of two meteorites in the mountains behind the facility she works, adventure takes on new meaning. First she and her friend, Kathy, help two fugitive aliens (who just happen to have sent threatening coded messages to Earth) to escape the Air Force. Then the girls take the ride of their life in the men's space vehicles. Kathy's is destroyed and Keri travels alone to a strange, harsh world where she must defend Earth at a trial and fight for the life of the man who brought her there. Can the love they share give them both enough strength to survive and win in spite of incredible odds?
I believe in strong women. Not women who argue, or are bossy. I believe in women who step up to the plate and make things happen when the heat is on. I believe in women who, when faced with injustice and obstacles in life, use their wits, determination and inner strength to fight for justice and "think outside the box" to remove the obstacles.
I've been one of those women in my own life. Not rude, not bullying, not someone to run others down. But perseverent and tenacious in seeing goals through, supportive at nearly all costs of those in need of support.
And it is from my own life experiences that I have drawn Keri, a woman faced with incredible odds, supporting a man who risked life and limb for her and now has no one else on his side. You will laugh and cry with her, feel her extreme frustration, her inner fury, her passionate love and her ultimate triumph as she takes on challenges no one else dares to and WINS!!!