Leaving the war in Afghanistan and getting home to his wife Kerry is all Lt. Jay Sutherland has on his mind. That is until he is called back to help locate a missing platoon. Life gets more interesting when one of the men that has been reported missing is a "good" friend. In fact they become more than friends and Lt Sutherland has to choose, between the life he left behind or the life of hookers and his gay lover.
What will he do? How will he manage a life of secrets and lies?
Torment was a real page-turner with a story line that keep me interested.
Amidst the dangers of war torn Afghanistan, an army officer finds himself irresistibly drawn to another soldier. The forbidden attraction shakes him to the core and plunges him into a bitter inner conflict.But the battle against these new and disturbing desires is not the only war he must fight. A patrol goes missing, under suspicious circumstances, while on routine surveillance. The subsequent media interest, and the shocking truth as it unfolds, challenges his belief system and rocks the comfortable world he grew up in.