by John Urbancik
Cover art by Alan Clark
Signed Limited Edition - $40.00
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OUT OF PRINT FROM THE PUBLISHER
Solitude Publications, 2006; 249 pp.; limited to 300 signed deluxe cloth-bound copies; First Edition.
Teresa Grove lives in Central Florida, owns a bookstore, lives as normal a life as she can. She’s special. She sees things the rest of us cannot. And she tries her best to pretend otherwise.
But there are greater forces at work. Watching. Stalking. They seek love, they seek life, or they seek death, and after the Moon shifts her shade, they suspect Teresa will be able to give them what they want. Whether she likes it or not.
The Moon is special, but the Moon is at war. And she is weakest when she becomes someone else. She’s about to become Teresa Grove (or vice versa).
Teresa stands to inherit the Moon’s strengths and weaknesses, and also her enemies. She’ll also have an uncontrollable power in the form of a kiss: to deliver either life or death. But it’s not for her to decide which.It's the Breath of the Moon.