The hero is a hardened special ops soldier and the heroine is the MASH surgeon who saves him (in more ways than one).
I wrote this book mainly because I wanted to do something different. Plus, it was fun to explore not only the two main characters, but the entire community at the MASH 3063rd. These people have been drafted until the end of the war, which is bad for our mortal heroine, but even worse for people like her vampire roommate, Marius.
They’re living in this quirky, ad-hock camp, trying to make the best of it while they work long hours in the OR, putting soldiers back together – knowing that they’re probably going to see these injured heroes again and again – if they’re lucky.
The war raging beyond the camp, along with their desire to do good and make a difference, brings the oddball personalities in the camp together. They find ways to keep it all together and to blow off steam, which is where a lot of the humor comes from.
And then there's the mystery element when our heroine discovers a way that she might bring about a cease fire - if she's willing to risk eternal damnation. There's always a price, right?
I’d like to give away a signed copy of Immortally Yours. Just post below and tell me you’d like it. The drawing is tonight!