‘Symphony’ By K.T.

Jessica returns home from her last tour in Afghanistan, looking forward to meeting her daughter for the first time since the baby was six months old. While overseas, she adopted a few demons that are only kept at bay by music – music she had hoped would help her recover in time to hold her baby once more. But war has its own scars, scars that sometimes mar the love of a mother and the bond of a child.

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