He has a second chance at love—will he make the same mistake all over again?

New Zealand Army soldier Hamish McIntyre’s returning home from war, and he’s half the man he used to be. In his eyes, anyway. He’s lost the lower half of his right leg, as well as the memory of much of his adult life. When he returns home, his brother takes him to their beach house on the north-west coast of New Zealand to recuperate, hoping the peace and quiet will help him heal.

Hamish can remember only one thing from the last ten years—the name Rose. At the beach house, he meets the girl his brother tells him he loved—and lost—before he returned to Afghanistan. Rose shocks him by announcing that he proposed to her before he went away but she turned him down because she didn’t want to marry a man in the Forces.

Rose still loves Hamish and finds herself falling in love all over again as she tells him about their previous relationship. To Hamish, the attraction is brand new, but his body seems to remember her even if his mind doesn’t. Before long, they’re back where they started—in love and pulled in opposite directions by his life in the military. Once again, Hamish has to choose between Rose and the Army. What decision will he make this time?

Warning: contains some sexual scenes.