Kayla Williams, a former Arabic linguist in the U.S. Army, is the author of Love My Rifle More than You and Plenty of Time When We Get Home. She lives with her husband Brian and their two children in Virginia.
Kayla Williams's raw, honest, and take-no-prisoners prose gives service members and families scarred by war the greatest gift of all-hope. -- Tanya Biank, author of Lifetime TV's Army Wives and Undaunted: The Real Story of America's Servicewomen in Today's Military Part heartache, hard truth, love story, and an insider's look at the back end of war, this book offers us a look behind the uniforms and the parades and into the damage of war's wounds. In the end, it is a story about how love can ultimately heal. -- Lee Woodruff, author of In an Instant and Those We Love Most A must-read for military spouses, caregivers, and anyone hoping to gain an understanding of the challenges faced by soldiers coming home. Kayla and Brian's perseverance is a tribute to the power of the human spirit to not only survive but to thrive. -- Marie Tillman, author of The Letter: My Journey Through Love, Loss & Life and founder of the Pat Tillman Foundation