Being a human in the Army isn’t easy.
Of course, I didn’t expect it to be when I’m surrounded by orcs, goblins, werewolves—just to name a few. I have a lot to prove, not only to the rest of them, but to myself.
It’s annual training at Camp Renna, and all I have to do is hold my head above water for the next three weeks. But that’s not easy when I can’t seem to shake thoughts of my toxic ex-boyfriend. The feelings of inadequacy and displeasure that he gave me have followed me to Renna, and all I want is to be rid of them.
I just want to survive training and maybe find a little of the satisfaction that’s been lacking from my life. It doesn’t take long before I realize that satyrs and elves are capable of giving me that. But when I meet Ollin—a hot as hell orc who I can’t seem to stop thinking about—all bets are off.
And maybe, just maybe, if I survive these next three weeks, I’ll discover more about myself than I ever would have expected. That, despite being human, I’m just as strong as the rest of them.