love and war

  • Shrapnel’s Kiss by Amy Rachiele

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    It’s love and war!

    If I don’t tell the story now, no one else will be able to tell it for us. Some people believe in fate, that no matter where you are in the world your soul mate will find you, or you them. I have to believe that fate wouldn’t be as cruel as it seems to me now.


    In a war torn Afghanistan, Junie signs up for a Peace Corps assignment involving recently orphaned children. She wasn’t expecting a lavish experience. She knew it would be primitive and dangerous but it turned out to be way more difficult than she could have imagined.

    Captain Tyler Alexander, U.S. Army, Infantry: Mission first and mission ready is his motto, but he realizes it all has a deeper meaning when he meets Junie–a Flower-power Peace Corps volunteer. Can they have a relationship in the midst of terrorists and firefights?