Kim Mills unveiled her second book 'The Fight For Home' last month.
 
The book is a military/romance series, based on the life of a family while on deployment. The first book in the series 'All The Way Home' is based on a man's post 9/11 deployment to Afghanistan.
 
Mills is a Morinville resident and married to her high school sweetheart, who is in the military.
 
"It tells the stories of several soldiers that are interconnected during that deployment that they go on. I kind of wanted to tell the story of all of them and so I realized it was going to be a series that would follow all of the members of that little unit," added Mills.
 
The second book builds off of the first deployment story and a third in the series should be available this summer.
 
Those looking to find ‘Fight For Home’ or ‘All The Way Home’ can do so at Higher Grounds in Morinville or Amazon.ca for digital.
 

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