By MJ Williamz
The year is 1969 and passions run high. You’re either for the Vietnam War or you’re not. Tommy Benton is decidedly not. She lives on a commune and demonstrates against the war every chance she gets. She considers those fighting the war to be baby killers. Dolly Samson is a nurse on a Navy ship, and she tends to the sick and wounded. When she goes on liberty, she meets Tommy and the attraction is instantaneous. They burn hot for each other, but how long can that flame last given their differences? And when liberty is over and Dolly goes back on the ship, will Tommy stand by her? Or will their political differences destroy any hope for happiness?