Marshall’s career as a soldier is over. Espionage and covert operations are a thing of the past. His last mission with his team resulted in him almost dying and leaving him with a limp. Now he’s back on the family ranch and is going to join his brothers in making a living working it. Life is good, but one thing is missing. His heart.
Talia is deadly at her job and she loves doing it. Her team is solid, or so she thinks. When her partner and lover Marshall almost dies as the result of a leak, she’s determined to find out who betrayed them. Once that’s resolved she can go to Marshall and tell him what’s in her heart. Can they have a life together now that she is free of the world of missions and mayhem?
While this is called Tracking Talia it’s really Talia who is the pursuer. She’s the one protecting Marshall and taking the necessary steps for them to be together. Marshall is the stoic soldier who makes an attempt to contact her and when he’s not responded to decides to brood. Typical male. Marshall and Talia set the pages on fire with their passion and love, even though it takes a while to get to the love part. I was kind of disappointed in Marshall to begin with but he redeemed himself by his actions as the book progressed. A good addition to the series.
Marshall Courage is lucky to be alive after the last mission for the clandestine government agency he worked for went sour. He’s recovered from his life-threatening wounds and is living on the family ranch, but he’s never gotten over his fellow operative and lover, Talia Koslov.
It’s been eight long months since Talia’s seen Marshall and she’s missed him every single moment. Now all she has to do is convince him she didn’t willingly abandon him after he was injured. She wants forever, and is willing to do whatever it takes to convince him their love is real.