Captain Suzann Redeker earned a Bronze Star for valor, one of the highest honors given by the Marine Corps. As leader of a Female Engagement Team that patrolled the combat zone, she took out four Taliban insurgentsbut not before losing a soldier under her command and sustaining an injury that ended her military career. Now back home in rural Vermont, she’s forced to chart a new life as a civilian.
From their very first kiss, Marleigh Anderhall knows Zann is the woman she is meant to marry. Valiant, dashingthe shining warrior she’s always dreamed would sweep her off her feet. Surely they’ll have all they could ever wantan idyllic life. But then Zann discovers something about that fateful day in Afghanistan that causes her to question her very identity. Would Marleigh still love her if she wasn’t the hero everyone thought her to be?
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About the Author
Though she'd always dreamed of becoming an astronaut, KG MacGregor earned her PhD in journalism and went to work as a political pollster and market researcher. During her travels for work in 2002, she wrote her first piece of fiction and discovered her bliss. Since then, she has authored nearly two dozen novels, collecting a Lammy and seven Golden Crown Awards. KG is president of the Board of Trustees of the Lambda Literary Foundation. Home is on a snowy ridge of her native North Carolina mountains, where she lives with Jenny, the best partner a writer could have; and Rosalind Russell, the feline version of Auntie Mame.