ARC Review: Hart Attack (Titan #7) by Cristin Harber
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Hart Attack by Cristin Harber
Series: Titan #7
Published by: Mill Creek Press on 11/18/2014
Genres: Adult, Military, Romance, Romantic Suspense
Source: ARC From Publisher
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About the Book:
Outside of Titan Group, there are few people that Roman Hart would die for. He’s a soldier, a protector, and he’s haunted that one of the people he should’ve been able to protect didn’t let him. That was years ago, and now a hardened heart and a cocky attitude are his impenetrable shields, until one woman—one challenge—drives him to distraction.
On the outside, Beth Tourne has it all. Luxury car, gorgeous condo, and a job partying with the rich and famous. It’s a plush CIA cover, but she wants more. Anything for an adrenaline rush that can override her guilty numbness and let her forget the tragedy she never saw coming.
Their scars make them perfect operatives. Their mirrored pasts give them deep, wounded reasons to stay alone. But the more they ignore the tension, the more vulnerable they become. Survival means trust. In one another, behind closed doors, and on the job. The only way they’re making it out alive is if they find peace while waging a war.
Since Beth’s arrival, I’ve been waiting for this story to be told. The initial spark set off a few stories ago (However, this still reads as a standalone, but you’re crazy not to read the entire Titan Series). While it’s taken a back seat as the team members have worked their jobs and found loves of their own, I just knew Cristin Harber would have to revisit the story of Beth and Roman.
The tension is live and wired. You feel the give and pull between these two as they struggle to overcome their pasts in order to blow up their futures. And that’s a Harber specialty or should I say a Titan specialty.
Beyond the romance, our CIA girl Beth faces an equally tense situation. It might be more than she can chew, but Titan has her back, and that means Roman Hart—the one man who might make her forget. His presence alone complicates her future with not only her case, but possibly the CIA. If she blows the job (pun intended), she might wind up as a permanent handler and shunned from the field.
Of course, I won’t spoil it for you, but if you’re looking for another knock your socks off alpha romance, you’ll find it in the Titan series. As always, I’m impatiently awaiting the next in the Titan series, but I fear it might be our last as there’s only one man left (and yes, that’s a hint).