Lissa's Review: Savage Secrets (Titan Series #6) by Cristin Harber
Publisher: Mill Creek Press
Released: March 16th 2014
Narrator: Jeffrey Kafer
Genre: Romantic Suspense, Military
Length: 310 pages
Format: eBook, Paperback, Audiobook
Caterina Cruz has no home. No loyalties. No objection to exacting torturous revenge. Her life’s mission is to destroy the terrorist who murdered her family. Then she steps into an elaborate game of charades alongside a Titan Group operative posing as an arms dealer—and her newlywed husband. The sexy distraction may be more than she can handle. Attacked with a psychedelic drug weeks before, Rocco Savage is plagued with hallucinations that threaten his new rank as Titan’s second-in-command. No one knows and he wants to keep it that way. Throwing him further off his game, he now has a wife with her own secrets he can’t crack and an agenda he can’t control. Their mission—an elaborate deception of heated glances and passionate kisses—spins out of control. With Rocco's mind already compromised, can he keep his secret and his distance? And with Caterina's tragic past controlling her every move, can she keep the con up long enough to secure her revenge? Or will both go down in flames?
Five Boundless Stars
My name is… Rocco.. Rocco Savage and I’m here to kick some major ass! That’s how I feel about Rocco and that name, it’s perfect. Rocco has been reeling with hallucinations from an incident in the previous Novella. He is given a mission by Jared to help Catarina. She sounds like she’s super hot. So I wouldn’t blame Rocco at all for falling for a girl, who can take all kinds of shit. I think this is what these men love about these women. Catarina is on a personal mission, to take down the man who took down her family. She was saved by a fellow Titan member years ago. She’s not use to feeling, actually caring about someone, well since she was young. Once these two get together, it’s like bam! a bomb went off and you can’t stop their hunger for each other. And the language she speaks is his kryptonite. There’s a moment in this book, that totally just broke my heart. The whole time I thought, dude you are so going to suffer for that. Catarina deals with a lot, just trying to get back, what someone took from her. I think she feels that she doesn’t deserve someone like Rocco. But she does. Harber really knows how to capture the fears with falling in love with someone. Being not sure of yourself or thinking of past experiences. How many book boyfriends are you allowed to have? Cause I think Rocco is #3. This book was seriously an emotional ride. I don’t know how Harber does it.