While it seems as though I am slacking, truly, I’m not.
Besides having the first 18 chapters ‘largely’ (I use that word loosely) self-edited, and 14 chapters critiqued (all awaiting more from Beta readers, grammaraholics, copyeditors… etc., because it never ends), the title of AIR has changed.
Still the same medical military thriller but because there are aspects of military AND romance, the new name is “Rules of Engagement.”
Scott Walker and Cheyenne Keyes are from different worlds. He’s a military man, she’s a scientist. He’s a man of God, she’s a woman of science. He’s from money, she’s from Tornado Alley, Anywhere, Oklahoma. They don’t exactly see eye-to-eye.
The problem? Based on a true story (fictionalized), an airborne weapon 100 nanometers in size has been unleashed upon the world.
As scientists, military, and world leaders fall prey, two people have to up their game and run ahead of the impending disaster. There is no undoing the damage or going back. There are no do-overs when death has snatched a swath of humanity. There is only now. There is only hope.
There is only faith.
With swift work, and the sacrifices many others make, then there is hope for more.