Hart Attack

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Hart Attack

Titan, #7 - Roman Hart

I love how the author has all the members of the team in this book. Titan is a close knit group and they have no problem adding new people to their weird little family. Beth cracked me up and I wanted to read about her and learn her story after I read Garrison’s Creed. Not only is she a strong person but she has dealt with a lot. She found the body of her dead husband, after he commit suicide, and has blamed herself for it. Roman comes into her life and shows her that it’s okay to feel, to have fun, to love again and be loved. When Beth gets an assignment things heat up and Roman gets pissed, before she can agree or decline it, things move ahead and she’s forced to go forth and do her job.

Jared is just great; he’s a great big grizzly bear that protects the people he cares about. I love the fact that Beth was able to let Roman into her life and heart. It was a nice thing to see.

Heart Attack was full of adventure, double agents, surprises, love, anger, badasses, and kicking butt. There was a clear story line and the characters were great. Each character brings something new to the team and changes their lives. Cristin clearly put a lot of effort into Heart Attack, and with each book in the series it gets better.


Book Blurb for Hart Attack

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.

Each book can be read as a standalone (except for the prequel) but readers will likely best enjoy the series in order.


Night Owl Reviews May, 2015 4.50