The story of a Air Force Prosecutor Sophia who is in the middle of a trial of an airman charged with shooting into a home and injuring a child. The prosecutor has a lot on her plate, she's recently widowed, is struggling to hold onto her home after finding out her wealth was just smoke and mirrors of her dead husband's lies. Her dad died in a plane crash, and now her husband died needlessly in a hot-dogging attempt to fly his plane under a bridge. Her home is broken into, her car sabotaged, and through all the mess, she has a hero in dented armor in the hulking sexy form of Major David Berg.
David is recently divorced, nursing his broken heart over losing his wife, (to selfishness), and his former stepson, to the boy's bio-dad. He has his young daughter to keep him centered, as they live in the same rich neighborhood as Sophia in David's sister's guest house.
Together they solve the riddle of who how and why an Air Force bullet injured a civilian child, and thwart the evil man who conspired to stunt their investigation, and take Sophia's life.
Overall, a nice likeable military romance. I enjoy Mann, and can say that I for one have her on my short and sweet `must buy every thing they write' list.