All Liddy wanted was her space ship back…was that too much to ask?
She had the money (well most of it anyway) to buy it back at a customs auction. But wouldn’t you know it, some jerk in a black jacket wanted the Sundancer too and the bidding went to high heaven. Thanks, Jack! Now the two ex-cons each own half of a one-man ship, and neither Liddy nor Jack think that’s going to work out in the long run.
So they make a deal: the first space-bum to raise enough cash to buy the other out wins Sundancer. See. It’s a nice simple arrangement that can’t be screwed with no matter how many religious fanatics, gangsters, terrorists or undiscovered aliens they have to deal with. Why the only possible thing that could foul up this neat little competition is…love.
Liddy and Jack cannot be the ideal couple. Still, they’re bringing their messed up broken selves into this whirlwind relationship without a map, a clue or even a flashlight to illuminate their way. But sometimes friendship comes natural, camaraderie grows powerful and love becomes inevitable.