Love Spectrum Synopsis
The only thing that ever matters is Love, and Love is Always on the Spectrum.
Kalypso Jenkins Jr. (KJ) has always lived a life of obstacles when it came to dealing with his autism, but with a strong support system and utilized resources, he’s overcome every one of them. Now as a grown man living on his own in Charlotte, North Carolina, and running two successful businesses, a new challenge shows itself to be one that has the potential to change his life. Never feeling worthy of love, he tends to shy away from even the possibility of romance. After all, autism or not, he’s just a different breed. What happens when the stars align perfectly allowing the Moon to rise smoothly into his orbit without warning?
Luna Goodwin is simply a country girl with city girl dreams. From the small town of Estill, South Carolina, she has always been a party of one. As an only child and outcast because of actions that are not her own, she learns to be independently awesome and fearless at a very young age. Moving to Charlotte, she finds herself without warning orbiting a planet that is unfamiliar to her in so many ways. Will the climate of this new planet be complementary to her needs as the Moon?
Will KJ look to the east for the rising of the Moon with acceptance of the love it has to offer, or will the planet’s climates be too much for the Moon, causing an early setting?
About the Author Mel Dau
Mel Dau (Melvin’s Daughter) was born in Vicenza, Italy but raised in Mount Pleasant, South Carolina. She is the baby girl and only girl of three. She has always had a love for books beginning with The Babysitters Club, R.L. Stine, and Christopher Pike. She dabbled in writing as she grew up but never took it as seriously as she should have.
Mel Dau graduated from Wando High School, then later matriculated to Benedict College (BSW) and Webster University (MHRM). She is a mother of a teenage daughter, an HR Professional, and a proud member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc.
Her love for Urban Literature did not arrive until Mid-2016. Reading over nine-hundred books from 2016 to 2017, she was obsessed with reading–an obsession that helped her cope with her father’s illness and death. In March of 2018, she decided to finally come from behind the veil and submit a short story that resulted in her first Book, Khiaere, and Phy: A Charleston Love Story being published under Queens of Lit Presents. Under Queens of Lit Presents, she successfully published fifteen titles that all debuted in the top fifty on Amazon Top one-hundred.
In May of 2020, she was signed to her new publisher B. Love Publications where she continues her growth as an author. In July of 2020, she became a Best-Selling Author with her erotica title Pet the Kitty. In August of 2020, she established Mel Dau Publications, LLC to further grow her ever-growing empire. Her purpose as an author is to provide her readers with her E³ formula- to Entertain, Encourage & Educate. Penning in a lane all her own, her Informational Dramas fulfills her purpose with every release. Her overall desire is to use her fiction catalog to help change at least one person’s non-fiction reality.