Even wizards in the US armed forces have to go home some time.
First Magus Brent Rogers of the US Army stationed in Afghanistan is ordered to return home on furlough. Considered a war mage, he is trained to find enemies at a distance, to blow up their bombs, and to alert his men of danger.
None of this is needed in the city of Worcester, his hometown.
Brent has to learn to relax, to not see threats in every corner, and to let his family welcome him home.
But if he relaxes his vigilance for even a second, who knows what could happen.
It just ends. He gets captured by terrorists and then is rescued by werewolves and that's it. He just goes back to active duty. There is no story. No plot. No ending. I'm not giving anything away because there is nothing to give away. How can they put out a book with not plot, just magic?