Family…country…or the woman he loves…
Navy Seal Ford Marshall isn’t the kind to stand by and let a woman get hurt—especially when it involves his twin sister, RJ. So, when she makes the news, accused of sparking an international incident, he doesn’t care what it takes—he’s going to find her and bring her home.
But he might need a little help, so he calls on the woman who has had his back during the last three years—Petty Officer Scarlett Hathaway, former communications expert-turned Rescue Swimmer candidate. She’ll help him get into the country, watch his back, and…well, they might be able to have one last mission together before she leaves for a new life, a life he very much wants to be a part of now that she is off his team. Maybe he can convince her to give them a chance to kindle the spark that’s simmered between them for years.
Scarlett Hathaway isn’t sure what future she wants—not when she suddenly has to care for her little brother. Maybe she should quit the Navy and start a life with the man she can’t seem to get out of her heart. So yes, she’ll help Ford find his sister. And maybe, along the way, figure out if they have a future.
But finding RJ somewhere in the vastness of Russia with the FSB chasing them will push Scarlett beyond even her courage and make her question everything she thought she wanted…including Ford. What will it cost her to love a man who saves the world?
And when Ford is asked to choose between saving his sister, saving the world from a war, and rescuing the woman he loves…can he live with his decision?
The third book in the Montana Marshalls series will leave you breathless!
I have read a couple of other books by Susan but I haven’t read any in this series. This is very different from what I expected and I liked it.
This is really a romantic suspense kind of book. There is definitely a lot going on with many different characters involved.
I enjoyed the different story lines which all end up merging together. My only pet peeve with the book was sometimes the writing style got under my skin like, yeah, stuff like that. Too many “yeah” pauses. Which I get that is how we talk often but I don’t like reading how I talk. It was unnecessary words IMO. But once I got used to the fact that that was Susan’s style I was able to settle into the book and enjoy it.
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A copy of this book was given to me. All opinions are my own/.