Redeeming Honor by L. A. West is an unusual book which I had a hard time getting into and finishing. The story was not quite realistic and possibly activist.
Basir an Afghan war interrupter has lost his honor by assisting the Americans, and he became friends with a Marine, Ryan, which is believable. He is injured brought to America and treated. Upon release Ryan invites him to stay with him and Meghan, his twin sister, to recuperate.
Basir and Meghan are attracted immediately to each other, and have to work through obstacles to attain a relationship and to be accepted in the community and with family. The speed and ease that this happens is the questionable element.
I received a free copy from Pelican Book Publishing Group. No review, positive or otherwise, was required – all opinions are my own.