Tuesday, January 7, 2014

Review of 'Westin's Chase (Titan #3)' by Cristin Harber


Jared Westin knows his reputation and likes it. He gets the job done. No emotion. No baggage. That’s why his elite ops company, The Titan Group, is better than the best. They complete projects classified as mission impossible.

And then, in walks a woman as tough as she is sexy. His counterpart in every way, should he choose to admit it.


Ousted undercover ATF agent Lilly Chase only answers to “Sugar.” Jared is the only man who can see past her leather-and-lipstick demeanor, and that revelation is terrifying. She was fired for helping Titan on a questionable arrest she should’ve ignored, then partnered with Jared’s rival on an assignment in Afghanistan.

Distance and danger do nothing to change her feelings. When she’s left on the side of a mountain to die, an unexpected ally comes forward, and might open her heart.


Saving Sugar isn’t a normal rescue operation. It pits Titan against its rival, Jared against his nemesis. Chasing Sugar’s heart isn’t a simple task, either. She fights him, fights them, always ready to run. When she becomes a pawn in a game of collateral damage, Jared must risk his life to save her—the woman whose bravado and surprising sweetness has given him the one thing he never had. Love.

**My thoughts**

Cristin Harber has done it again! This is the third installment of the Titan series, and it is just as smouldering as the first two. Hot men, hot women, and plenty of action keep the pages flying as fast as the bullets and the characters' clothing. It's a series that will appeal to both men and women. It's one that could totally play out on the big screen.

We got to know Jared a bit more in the second book, Garrison's Creed. He's the leader of Titan and a total hard ass. So is Sugar, their gun supplier. The two of them are not the most likeable characters you will ever encounter. They're mouthy and bossy and believe everything has to be done their way, or else. You don't really see their attraction coming and then BAM! it hits you in this story. You also find a softer side of the two of them, as they explore their feelings for each other while also trying to save Titan. At the same time, they prove to be a powerhouse when thrust together. (Pun intended.) They will redeem themselves in your eyes and you may get a little attached.

Out of these first three books, I think I like this one the least, but it is still worth a read. It's especially lovely on a cold stormy night! You don't need to read the first two in the series to be able to appreciate it. Their relationship stands on its own. But you will better understand the stories of some of the supporting characters if you do read the first two. And as soon as you are done with this one, you will want to check out the next ones. I do believe there are two novellas that follow this novel and I must get my hands on them! I am completely addicted to the men and women of Titan!

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Find out more about Book 1, Winters Heat here.

Find out more about Book 2, Garrison's Creed here.

Meet the author:

Cristin Harber is an award-winning romantic suspense author. She lives outside Washington, DC with her husband, toddler, and English bulldog. Coming fall 2013, she’s expecting a baby and will debut her Titan series. Couple that with the holidays, and it’ll be a busy time of year. There’s a special place in her heart for the men and women who serve and protect. Since she can’t save the world alongside them, she’s content to write their happily ever after stories.

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1 comment:

  1. I enjoyed #3 too. I think it's still a must read, but I'm still torn between Winters Heat and Garrisons Creed as my favorite. I think Winters pulls ahead.


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