Young girls help war vets by being a friend, have coffee, and play cards with them, through an organization called AVSA. Ashley, an attractive blonde, falls in love with Trevor, a soldier. After they are dating, we see he has crazy dreams like Ashley is an enemy. Ashely meets her demise, as Trevor kills her in his sleep one night, thinking he was on the battle front.
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"Blair London has written thrillers that will rank with Clive Cussler, Jack Higgins, and Stephen J. Cannell. Can't wait to be starring in the movie adaptations of these books." (Matthew McConaughey)
"Blair London is a new author with a zest for storytelling that grapples real life issues in her novels. These books are great stories as well as issues that confront society and I highly recommend her books and eagerly await her next book." (Patricia Heaton)
This was a good book, very predictable, but good. The book kept my attention, but I wasn't disappointed when it was over. I like it, but I didn't love it. I would love to try more from this author tho. And the narrator did a pretty good job of setting the tone for all the situations and characters in the book. Worth a listen!
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