The Tracker's Dilemma

Narrated by: Jill Redfield
Series: Mandrake Company, Book 7
Length: 8 hrs and 10 mins
Categories: Romance, Science Fiction
4.8 out of 5 stars (50 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

Sergeant Heath “Tick” Hawthorn, the best tracker in Mandrake Company and the captain’s right-hand man, has been admiring microbiologist Lauren Keys from afar for months. Unfortunately, she’s dedicated to her science and doesn’t seem to have any interest in relationships. He’s not even sure she knows his name.

Determined to change that, Heath develops a surefire plan: He signs up to be a specimen in her latest study. Once she gets to know him better, he’s positive she’ll find his charms appealing.

But when he starts hearing other people's thoughts and receiving eerie premonitions, he questions the wisdom of turning himself into a lab rat. On a mission planet-side with Lauren, they finally have some time alone together, but he’s too worried he’s turning into a freak to be charming. Further, the outing soon turns dangerous, as predators and bounty hunters show an interest in the party. If he and Lauren aren’t careful, they’ll end up dead instead of dating. Maybe Heath's plan wasn’t as surefire as he thought.

©2016 Ruby Lionsdrake (P)2018 Podium Publishing

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bummer no more in the series 12/18

really enjoying this series on audible, even more so then reading as the narrator is great at getting you into the moment and bringing the action alive without being to overdramatic. hopefully there will be more coming.

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Happy Tick finally gets his HEA

I really like Tick/Heath he’s so sweet and considerate. Unsure of himself, yes, very. I find it adorable, because he is definitely deprived of flirtatious interactions with the opposite sex, being a mercenary. It’s funny listening to him out of his element. Lauren was a little too judgmental for my liking, But if you like Sheldon (TBBT) type personalities I guess you will find her quirks funny. It’s funny at times but mostly awkward. It gets really awkward during intimate dialogue, because it seems too scientific and robotic, not hot and steamy. Although I appreciate the characters so much and enjoy Lionsdrake’s books, this one wasn’t my absolute favorite. I’m holding out hope that Striker’s crazy butt will get his HEA.

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  • C M Silver
  • 08-13-20

No Ticks for this one

My dilemma with this book was when it was just too tedious to hear about Tick's penis issues one more time and switch it off. 85% of this book was related to this one issue, with the rest a mockery of an adventure to facilitate the closeness of said Tick to female of his desire to get said organ rubbed. Spoiler: it happens near the end. There is no romance. There is a scientist being hassled continually by a man with penis issues. This is book 6 of this series which started off so well. The author seems bored now, but is flogging a dead horse to finish the series with whatever dross she can get away with. The usual clever dialogue and banter was missing, as were the action sequences and actual plot. There is no description of how the MCs look, such is the focus on his organ, and there is no proper description of that considering how often it's mentioned! SUCH A DISAPPOINTING BOOK

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  • Imee_Benz
  • 04-03-18

***A dilemma indeed***

Lauren is a female version of Sheldon Cooper lol she is a clueless genius who has no clue in dealings with horny men *grins* This book is not as good as the previous once but it's funny and having Jill Redfield as the narrator well she makes.everything sounds good and believable.