TJ Dunn knew the risks when she enlisted for duty in Iraq. People die in war. And as she saw with her Army veteran father, the scars of war can be fatally deep. But TJ is determined to carry her weight as a female MP. When her team is ambushed, TJ is the sole survivor. Struggling to come to terms with the loss of her battalion, she receives more devastating news: her fiancé, stationed in Afghanistan, has committed suicide.
Back home, TJ drifts indifferently from one dead-end job to another until an anonymous phone call shocks her back to life: a top military official is allegedly executing soldiers and masking their deaths as suicides, all to cover up an elaborate heroin-trafficking operation. Determined to avenge her fellow soldiers, TJ vows to bring the traitor to justice — no matter the cost.
This one just did not do it for me. I never engaged with the characters or the story. I thought that the detailed scenes in the strip club were also unneccessary and did not advance the story line. The narrator was fine; sometimes its hard to separate the narrator from the story, but she did fine with what she had to work with.