Would you risk your life for someone that you love? Would you risk theirs?
Gray Milby was a badass sniper in the Army. She was held captive deep in the jungles of China for two years. She left behind the only man she has ever loved believing that he was dead until now. She risks her life and others to rescue him, returning to the place where her own nightmares come from.
Captain Kell Crew has survived four years of torture, being held captive in a cage. Physically he survived, mentally he will never be the same man that Gray remembers. In order for him to survive again, she has to make the choice of giving him up once more.
A year later they accidently meet again and Kell is drawn to every part of her being. He feels he remembers Pieces of Gray, but how is that possible when he has never met her before? All he knows is that he wants her.
Gray has tried everything to move on with her life and forget about her love for Kell. He forces his way back into her life and she can no longer push him away. Her love for him is too deep. Being with him risks his own life. Their love for each can destroy them both.
Someone else is lurking out there waiting to seek revenge. He just might kill them both.
** I volunteered to read an advance reviewer copy of this book. **
This story started off at the speed of a fired bullet and never slowed. The complete joy to heart wrenching pain in split second timing was impeccable. Such an array of emotions depicted and expressed throughout the tale. The sole first-person point of view was brilliant. I felt as if I was experiencing the story events myself. I can only fathom the depths of how close to home this may relate to those more intimately connected to the military and the changes that overtake those who go through such horrid conditions. It may be titled “Pieces of Gray” but it left me completely shattered.
My rating: Midleton