The Bio-Dome Project by Elizabeth LaCroix-Wagaman

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Love. Love is the one emotion that transcends the limitation and boundaries of space and time. It's even powerful enough to physically bend the fabric of time and space itself. Set in the 23rd century, "The Bio-Dome Project" shows that love always prevails. Michelle Thomas is a luminous architect with great values, high conviction in her beliefs and loyalty to her heart. When she brings her latest idea to a company for backing, she meets a single C.E.O., who falls madly in love with her. However, there is a callused figure that will hamper their love, relationship and the project itself. At present, there are eight million people living on the moon, humanity has taken a peaceful turn for the better. Life is easier, calmer and the world is at one with each other. As the progress for the project furthers, threats arise from unknown origins. Tracking these threats down, is the work of CeeCee, a diligent, faithful computer. Will she find the source of this evil plot in time to save the project? Will events get so bad, that everything the world has worked for be in jeopardy? Welcome to "The Bio-Dome Project"!

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Published June 24, 2008 by AuthorHouse. 232 pages
Genres: Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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