The evacuation of American civilians from Sudan was supposed to be a straightforward mission, but what started as a rescue operation quickly turned into a battle for survival.
As the U.S. military flew in a convoy of helicopters across the burning sands of the Sudanese desert, the passengers aboard were relieved to be leaving the violence and chaos of the region behind. But when one of the helicopters was hit by a missile and crashed, the survivors found themselves stranded in the blistering heat with little hope of rescue.
With their food and water supplies dwindling and no way to call for help, the group was forced to rely on their wits and survival skills to stay alive. Among them was Jake, a seasoned army veteran who had seen combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, and Sarah, a young humanitarian worker who had come to Sudan to help refugees.
As the days turned into weeks, tensions grew within the group as they struggled to find a way out of the desert. Some wanted to wait for rescue, while others were desperate to strike out on their own. But when it became clear that they were not alone in the desert and that someone was hunting them, the group realized that their fight for survival was far from over.
With danger lurking at every turn and betrayal from within, the group must face their deepest fears and work together to make it out of the desert alive. But will they be able to trust each other enough to do so, or will their own desires lead to their downfall?
Desert Heat is a heart-pounding tale of survival and betrayal that will keep readers on the edge of their seats until the very end.