Phantom Angel (Angel Trilogy #2)
by Kathy Clark
The man Melora Delaney faced across a rice paddy, the man she was to bring back to America, had lost his youth and his memory. As a psychologist she couldn't restore Bo's lost years, but she could help him begin life again.
Melora planned two months of intensive work with her patient. But then she came to know the man, who existence was a miracle of strength and will. When the time came ... and it would ... would she be able to let him go?
Author's Note: When I wrote KISSED BY AN ANGEL, Scott's RIO and best friend was supposed to be dead. But he spoke to me in a dream, telling me not only was he alive, but he was still lost in the jungles of Vietnam and didn't know who he was or where he was supposed to be. That created the question of what would a person do who has amnesia and doesn't remember anything of his past, including where he was, why he was there and where was he supposed to be? I came to the conclusion that he wouldn't likely try to escape if he had no idea what was on the other side of that jungle. Instead, he would be living in limbo, waiting for something or someone to help him. Before KISSED was even completed, Bo had told me his story, and I had to write it down so he would not be forgotten. I truly believe there are Americans who were...or still are...surviving, waiting for us to bring them home.
And the story didn't end with Bo because Hawk then demanded to have his own book. Look for the third in the Angel series ANGEL OF MERCY, also available for Kindle. Whether you were Vietnam era or not, these stories will make you laugh and cry and understand the depths of wounds a war can cause.
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