Meet Me on the Moon Seventeen-year-old Joseph "Dubbie" Lawson's life was turned upside down when his grandfather's almost tragic fall down the staircase left him no longer able to run the family farm. Dubbie would go to live with his grandparents full time. Dubbie has been coming to his grandparents' farm for the summer since he was five years old, so living there was nothing new to him. But now he wouldn't go home after the summer ended. Although this is the life Dubbie wanted for himself, he never realized it would come through heartbreaks and tragedies. In the midst of everything going on in his life, Dubbie also finds the love of his life, the girl next door. She had been there the whole time, and Dubbie never knew it.
This is the tale of an unforgettable story where a young man is forced to grow up into adulthood as life unfolds before him. In a way that only a C.R. Waters's novel can, love is allowed to grow through heartaches and pain, laughter and sorrows, where a young man's love for his parents and grandparents is deep and the love of two young people grows deeper.