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- Listening Length: 2 hours and 18 minutes
- Program Type: Audiobook
- Version: Unabridged
- Publisher: Mill Creek Press
- Audible.com Release Date: June 5, 2015
- Whispersync for Voice: Ready
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00YCM226M
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Chased: A Novella: Titan, Book 3.5 Audiobook – Unabridged
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This is a short novella that focuses on a peripheral character in the series thus far. While I liked it, I didn't love it. It doesn't have the depth and intensity of the longer books and feels more like filler until the next book comes out. It could have been much better. But I am so into this series that any book is almost better than no book. I am going into withdrawal until the next book comes out. Soon, please!
Jenny Chase is Sugar's sister (we met her in Westin's Chase) and Jenny has been in love with her BFF's brother Asher McIntyre for as long as she can remember. Ash is a Politician and has been focused on himself and his career. However, he's always noticed Jenny and knew she'd be a distraction. Well, not anymore!
Holy Hotness Batman!! The characters, chemistry, the tie in with the Titan Group and the sex... just WOW! I really think Harber's writing gets better with each book.
I LOVE THE TITAN GROUP
And some things just felt unrealistic: he blew off a fund raiser to be with Jenny six weeks before his election as a U.S. Senator: I Don't Think So! As a U.S Congressman, Asher is going to take on the bad guys? REALLY? He doesn't have much of a sense of duty! For a guy who has sacrificed having a personal life for a career in politics, this didn't quite make sense.
The reason why the series works is because secondary characters are introduced in prior books so you feel like you already know them and have a relationship with them, you already care about them by the time they get their own book. We didn't know Asher at all and Jenny was too sketchy in earlier books to get a feel for her. Even when the men of Titan don't have a big role in earlier books (like Brock), you feel you know them because you know Titan or you know the other guys in Titan, so you feel like you know them by association. The same wasn't true in this book so you don't feel like you know Asher or Jenny.
I will still continue to read the series because its really good and you don't always hit a home run every time you come up to bat!