He’s off the front lines … but he’s not done fighting.
Captain Trevor Foster, wounded in combat, has been sent home and labeled a hero. He doesn’t feel heroic — just lucky to be alive. All he wants is to be released to active duty again. To do that, he has to pass a fitness evaluation. The psychiatrist, Dr. Diane Anders, is a beautiful civilian psychologist, and an instant temptation. She’s strictly off limits if he wants to get back to the lines and that’s another kind of pain.
For her part, Diane struggles to keep her professional distance from the handsome young captain, but fears she’s fighting a losing battle.
While he waits for clearance, Tina Clarke, a PR specialist, is determined to make him into a media star for the Army.
As he navigates unfamiliar terrain, in his life and his heart, Trevor discovers that there is more than one way of being a hero.