Mae has a secret.
Fighting alongside her men in the war that tore the states was not an option. Or was it? A tomboy's body, a short hair cut, a new personal, and she was in. But could she fool them all?
Sergeant Wesley is rough shod, burly Midwest man. He has thick shoulders, a deep voice - and keen eyes. Mae seems to have blended in with the testosterone of camp life, but one man has her on high alert. Wesley knows Mae is harboring a secret, and he's ready to pull it out of her with whatever means possible.
Will Mae keep her secret, or will Wesley discover every inch of what she is hiding?
The story moves along fine until Wesley really starts his sexual advances towards Mae. Then it's downhill because Wesley is revealed as a forceful jerk, and Mae is revealed as a whiner. And their quick sex scene is blah after all the drama. At least the narrator was not a lost.