She’s a victim.
After surviving the unspeakable horrors during the prison riot at March Correctional, Cori Shawbell leaves her job at the prison. She accepts a nursing position at the military rehab center working with wounded war vets. Drowning in her own distress, the mask she wears shields her afflictions from those in her life.
She suffers in silence.
He’s a hero.
He gave all for his country, and the war took more than Gage Knight could ever get back. He lost his leg and his brothers, but more importantly he lost a piece of himself overseas. Recovering at the military rehab hospital, he wears his armor with pride and shuts the world out as he tries to cope with the rage that consumes him.
Nothing sparks life in him, until he meets Cori.
Can two broken people find strength, courage, and healing in each other? Or will they remain behind the masks they wear so well?