The Path Home

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Matthew J. Walker was a widower and a retired Marine living on his ranch in Oklahoma. He missed his wife of 38 years but knew life must go on, so when he was offered a job as trainer/technical advisor to an attractive, young actress so she could make a movie about a Female Marine Officer recovering from PTSD, he was hesitant about taking the job. But he took the job not knowing how his own demons would deal with the assignment.
Kaitlin Rodgers was a young, beautiful and noted comedic actress trying to make a dramatic movie. She had purchased the movie rights to the autobiography by Captain Diane Henshaw, United States Marine Corps (Medically Retired), struggles with PTSD titled: The Path Home. Kaitlin was also co-producing and was going to portray Captain Henshaw. Her problems were her current television comedy series collapsed through bad writing, her love life was in shambles and she knew nothing about any of the things Captain Henshaw had written about, especially being a Marine Officer.
Her obsession with making the movie and portraying Captain Henshaw with accuracy takes her from her home in Brentwood, to a military training company call Combat Incorporated. From there she goes into the Montana Wilderness to learn how to live alone in a small cabin with the help of a widowed, retired Marine thirty-five years her senior.
But there was no way for her to anticipate the journey she was about to take nor did she reckon with Master Sergeant Matthew J. Walker and the effect he would have on her life.

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