Shadow Fall (Tracers, #9)

The ninth installment of Laura Griffin’s Tracers series is called Shadow Fall and it centers in on Special Agent Tara Rushing and ex-Marine, security expert Liam Wolfe. For those of you following the series, yes, Liam is the brother of Delphi Center Mark Wolfe.

After a SWAT Team raid Tara is asked to go to a murder scene by a judge that she knows. She is supposed to gain control of the crime scene. This is a high profile case that focuses on the murder of a former public office candidate that was controversial. As time goes on more women are found murdered, and some old cases are linked to the same mystery killer. Which means that Agent Rushing has a serial killer on her hands.

Throughout the investigation the focus on Liam Wolfe as a suspect continues to be a distraction. Tara is sure he is clear, but the local officers continue to use him as a suspect. Rushing continues to go to the Wolfe Security Compound to learn more about the security company and Liam Wolfe himself. Along the way she realizes her intense attraction to the security expert. She also uses Liam for his knowledge of the small town they are in.

As Tara gets closer to figuring out the case the killer turns her into a target as his next victim. When this happens Liam goes alpha male in protection mode to make sure Tara is safe from harm. Tara is an alpha female though, and they butt heads for a while over who does or doesn’t need protection. Ultimately, the two work as a team to bring down the killer and both of their skills are needed in the take down. Without one part of their team they wouldn’t have been successful in ending the killing spree, and likely an FBI agent would have been the next victim!

This book was hot and thrilling with lots of intense moments. The way Griffin worked with this couple and their seconds in command was riveting. I’m coming to realize that I seem to prefer the books in this series that include more than just the main couple. I’m looking forward to the last few books of the series!

Happy reading 🙂

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