MEET ME AT MOONLIGHT BEACH
"The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision."
Noelani Keoka and Lewis Bennett sit next to each other in the waiting room of Dr. Amos Adler, an aging African-American psychiatrist, unaware that they are two of a kind. Both of them are trusting souls, blind to the betrayals life can deliver in one swift blow.
A native Hawaiian, Noelani’s passion is to be a professional dancer in Los Angeles, but all that depends on the strength of her legs. Lewis Bennett is a high school journalism teacher in Encinitas, the coastal town north of San Diego, and his eyes are his guide. What can happen when each of them ignores the warning signs of infidelity?
This contemporary novel explores the brutal physical and emotional consequences that come from misfortune and blind faith. Meet Me at Moonlight Beach addresses the unseen, the unknown and the reckless behavior that can cripple the innocent, and it raises the question of how people can recover when their world suddenly goes dark.