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Lissa's Review: Winters Heat (Titan #1) by Cristin Harber

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Publisher: Mill Creek Press

Released: September 25, 2013

Genre: Romance, Military, Suspense

Length: 278 Pages

Format: eBook, Paperback, Audiobook

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After putting her life on the line to protect classified intelligence, military psychologist Mia Kensington is on a cross-country road trip from hell with an intrusive save-the-day hero. Uninterested in his white knight act, she’d rather take her chances without the ruggedly handsome, cold-blooded operative who boasts an alpha complex and too many guns. Colby Winters, an elite member of The Titan Group, has a single objective on his black ops mission: recover a document important to national security. It was supposed to be an easy in-and-out operation. But now, by any means necessary becomes a survival mantra when he faces off with a stunning woman he can’t leave behind. When Titan’s safe houses are compromised, Colby stashes Mia at his home, exposing his secret—he’s the adoptive father of an orphaned baby girl. Too soon, danger arrives and Mia lands in the hands of a sadistic cartel king with a taste for torture. As hours bleed into fear-drenched days, Colby races across the globe and through a firestorm of bullets to save the woman he can’t live without.

Review - Five Boundless Stars

Ummm well hello, Mr. Winters. Where have you been all my life?! You know, I never thought I would love a series with military men, snagging the girl. But holy hotness. Now I'm a little late in the game. I actually read Black Dawn before this. Not realizing that it was a whole series. So I have a lot of catching up to do. But hey I'm not complaining.

Winters is a man who usually has his head on straight. Missions are missions and finishing them is his goal. That is of course, until he meets Mia. She's a therapist, helping the military. She went out in hopes of finding something, a previous patient told her about. Before tragedy struck.

"I've needed you my whole life Mia. And I had no idea."

Now, he has fallen for a girl he didn't realize even had a chance. There's a lot of action in this story, to the point I was biting my nails in anticipation.

This was so well written. Harber's writing really just draws you in. To the point you can't put it down, until the words, The End.

I loved this couple. The way the Mia was strong. But also Winters. They both weren't looking for anyone. Never thought family was a chance. But they found it. It seems to happen when you're not looking.

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