After the chaos that was Kitty's House of Horrors, you'd think that Kitty would get a break from getting attacked. But no. Oh, no. That would be way too calm and peaceful for our favorite DJ werewolf...This time it's the government who comes a-calling. Apparently a werewolf soldier decided it would be a great idea to turn his team, while in Afghanistan. After all, wolves are natural predators, and they'd be strong, quiet, and have night vision--all of which help in tracking down the enemy. Unfortunately for his team, he goes and gets himself blown up, before they learn how to behave as a true pack, especially outside the arena of war. Now the military has the remnants of his team back stateside, and they need help figuring out if it's possible to re-condition the weres, or if they're too far gone to help.And of course Kitty steps up. Because she wouldn't be Kitty otherwise. Kitty Goes to War is pretty tense throughout, as she and her pack try to help the soldiers. To add chaos, there's a weather-manipulator in town, and she also has to figure out what he's aiming to do, before it's too late--for her, for her pack, and for Denver. Running between the two problems, trying to figure out what's going on with Cormac (yay, Cormac's back!), and keeping her pack safe and out of the government's clutches, it's a wonder Kitty hasn't dropped from exhaustion. This is a must-read for all Kitty fans, and if you're not one yet, go pick up Kitty and the Midnight Hour, stat!