At first, home decorator, Susan Connors gives up on even trying to unravel the breakup of her marriage to her high school principal husband, Dane. Then as she discusses all that went wrong with a psychologist friend certain facts begin to make sense. Is it worth her own risk of more heartbreak to try again?
Dane Connors faces his own risks but of a more physical nature. He fights for the education of the kids in his school against a ruthless militia leader who is determined to undo all Dane has tried to accomplish. Dane wants his wife back but the truth is he has a secret that he is unwilling to explore or share with anyone.
The consequences of one of these threats could cost Dane his life-- the other any chance to live a whole life.
Moon Dust is a story of love, reconciliation, danger, and honor of both a man and a woman. It is set in the Pacific Northwest, an imaginary school in Portland, Oregon, but it could be any big city today where gang activity can threaten students and administrators.
Could a fairy tale point the way?
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