Earth Bound by Emma Barry
(Fly Me to the Moon) (Volume 3)

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The final conflict between them and of the book is genuine, building out of the issues laid out throughout the course of the story. The resolution of this which puts Parsons and Charlie back together to salvage a mission, brings together everything right about them...
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Houston, Texas, 1961 The race to the moon is on, and engineer Eugene Parsons has two enemies: danger and distraction. Nothing is more distracting than his attraction to the brilliant, beautiful computer scientist on his team, but he’s determined to overcome it since he needs her to help America win. Charlie Eason is used to men underestimating her. It comes with being a woman in engineering, but it’s worth it to join the space race—even if she can’t figure out what’s behind the intense looks one tightly wound engineer keeps sending her. But life isn’t as unemotional or predictable as code, and things soon boil over with the intriguingly demanding Parsons. With every launch, their secret affair grows thornier. The lines between work and play tangle even as Parsons and Charlie try to keep them separate. But when a mission goes wrong, they’ll have to put aside their pride for the greater good—and discover that matters of the heart have a logic all their own.
 

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Published May 11, 2016 387 pages
Genres: History, Romance, War, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jayne on May 16 2016

The final conflict between them and of the book is genuine, building out of the issues laid out throughout the course of the story. The resolution of this which puts Parsons and Charlie back together to salvage a mission, brings together everything right about them...

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