Thanks to an explosion on his touring ship, Jackson's life of intergalactic glitz as the guitarist in rock band dead ends on a chunk not too far from Earth, the moon. Depressed, down on his luck, and emotionally desolate, Jackson spends night after night, drowning any feelings he has left in countless mug of beer. The number one thing he wants to smother? Guilt. He alone survived the tragic explosion, Jackson believes he'd been spared, but for what reason?
Did it matter? When he accidental clashes with a beautiful black woman in the Cat's Meow lot, he sees a ray of sun in his otherwise dreary life.
Star Summers is a woman betrayed. Thanks to a boyfriend who left her for greener pastures on Earth, Star is reduced to dancing as a stripper at a dump called the Cat's Meow, not to mention her morning gig of working at a diner. The moon promised to be a blessing, but has turned into a curse. She's lost her lover, and with her longing for Earth on the rise she's willing to do anything to get home.
When she meets a stranger in the parking lot of the Cat's Meow, her own desires are stirred and Star wonders if she should dare try her hand at love again. Meanwhile, Jackson searches each night for another glimpse of the mysterious woman he met that fateful night. When they do find each other, sparks not only fly, they explode.
There's just one problem--Star's pimp...Darius...
Will Star be purring for Jackson or is her pimp all that?
Genre: Erotic Romance, Inter-racial, Sci-Fi