Marcus Grey's Son is about Teller Grey, a twenty-year-old who has dreamed of being a Marine since he was a kid. He joins right after high school and life is good. He's doing what he's always wanted to do, and he's good at it. As he told his brother, Jackson, "I figured I'd be doing it until they kicked me out."
Instead, after just three years in the Corps, he finds himself a civilian again, guardian to his five younger half-brothers and sisters and his four young cousins. As Teller struggles to define his new role away from the Marines and his role as a parent, he also comes to grip with a non-existent personal life, which is pretty depressing, and personal attacks from an unknown adversary.
I hope you enjoy Teller's story. I know I did.