Elijah Moon is a deeply religious person fed up with the corruption of
the modern world. He establishes New Zion in the Kentucky Hills and brings
together his family and friends who share his belief. He hopes that they
could build a utopia on Earth. However, even Eden had a shake. In New
Zion the reptile wears the form of Elijah's oldest son Brady, who has
turned his father's dream into a gun running militia movement. Brady also
longs for his beautiful sister Gracie, who shows an interest in the town's
newcomer Jake Crockett. Jealous by the perceived threat, Brady kills Jake.
Brady doesn't know that Jake Crockett is really Johnny Baretta, an ATF
agent working undercover to see if he could ferret out the community's
illicit activities. Nor does he know that the man has an identical twin
brother, Jake, who has sworn to bring down his sibling's killer. Since
Johnny's death was never made public, Jake returns to New Zion posing as
his brother. He tells Elijah that somebody in the community tried to kill
him. Unable to believe that anyone in his family could do such a thing,
Elijah allows him to stay and discover for himself that no killer lurks in
the shadows. It doesn't take long to suspect Brady, but an unexpected
complication arrives when Jake falls in love with Gracie.
CHASE THE MOON by Dinah McCall (aka Sharon Sala) is a rousing, action
packed drama that also delivers a believable and inspiring romance. The
couple, who have so many obstacles to overcome in order to make a good life
for themselves, is an inspiration to the good and pious people of the world
who believe that love can defeat the powers of darkness.