Rock Crazy : Moon Rock Series
Abandoned, pregnant and bi-polar, Katie McGowan's going crazy on that God-forsaken rock the Moon! Katie McGowan is bi-polar, and she's run the gamut of medications. Everyone's telling her she should go to the Moon and have microchip surgery, but she's afraid she'll become a robot. In a last-ditch, tough love effort to force her to get the chip, her husband, Scott takes her to the Moon and divorces her when she decks him. Then she discovers she's pregnant. She can't have the surgery or take her meds until after the baby's born. Scott's elated when he hears he's going to be a father and naturally assumes Katie will take him back. He always intended to remarry her as soon she had the surgery. He has no clue how badly he hurt her, how thoroughly he's broken her trust-or that he may not get her back at all.
- Paperback | 268 pages
- 133 x 203 x 15mm | 308g
- 01 Nov 2013
- Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
About Rochelle Weber
Rochelle Weber is a Navy veteran and holds a BA in Communications from Columbia College in Chicago with an emphasis on creative writing. "Would you like fries with that?" Her non-fiction article, "Bulimia," was featured in Hair Trigger 9 & 10, the acclaimed Columbia College student anthology. Her first novel, Rock Bound, is available at Create Space, Smashwords, Amazon and BN.com. The digital version of her second novel, Rock Crazy is available at MuseItUp Publishing, Inc. She edits the Marketing for Romance Writers Newsletter, and for Jupiter Gardens Press. Rochelle battles bi-polar disorder, quipping, "You haven't lived until you've been the only woman on the locked ward at the VA." Her song, "It's Not My Fault," won a gold medal in the National Veterans Creative Arts Competition. She lives in Round Lake Beach, Illinois with two spoiled cats. She has two daughters (one engaged, one married), four grandchildren, three step-grandchildren, and one step-great-grandchild.
Our customer reviews
The second book in the Moon Rock series is a riveting futuristic romance that captures the heart. Katie McGowan is bi-polar and sheÃ¢??s going crazy on the God-forsaken rock the Moon. Scott McGowan in a last ditch effort to get Katie the help she needs, he divorces her, forcing her to grow up. Katie discovers she pregnant, she canÃ¢??t take her meds and Scott thinks sheÃ¢??ll trust him now? This steady paced plot keeps the reader on their toes with lots of drama and a roller coaster ride of ups and downs. The author uses well written scenes and events to bring the story to life and capture the imagination. The strong compelling characters are easily related to and grab the readerÃ¢??s attention from the very beginning and the drama of KatieÃ¢??s life keeps tensions high and the reader canÃ¢??t help but get caught up in her story. There is no doubt that Scott loves Katie and heÃ¢??s trying to do whatÃ¢??s best for her and he knew the risks he was taking with his actions. The reader can certainly empathize with both characters emotional turmoil and the resulting problems. Luckily for Katie, the characters from the previous story return in this drama and give Katie the support she needs to get through her emotional drama. The reader is moved to tears during some of the scenes and smiles when Katie shows improvement and certainly cheers when she gets her happily ever after. The author has shared a very moving romance that brings awareness of the bi-polar disorder to light and KatieÃ¢??s case is pretty extreme probably because her past made things worse for her. But this story gave her hope and a way out of what must have been a tragic way to be and Moon Rock certainly sounds like the perfect place to be whether you have emotional issues or not.show moreby Eva Millien