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Winters Heat (Titan Book 1) by [Harber, Cristin]
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"5 stars! Cristin Harber delivered something extraordinary." -Reading It All

"Oh my word...scorching hot romance! LOVED this book. Go get this now... right NOW! Really." -The Winey Reader

"This book was fantastic." -Crafty Mom of Three

"... you don't read - you live. 5 stars!" -Reviewing in the Chaos

"5 out of 5! Full of heat, adventure, excitement, and romance." -Identity Discovery

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  • File Size: 2432 KB
  • Print Length: 279 pages
  • Publisher: Mill Creek Press (January 19, 2014)
  • Publication Date: January 19, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
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By S. Blake on September 25, 2013
Format: Kindle Edition
This is a book about a woman and a man who meet each other during strange circumstances; at an airport trying to retrieve a package. And they aren't the only 2 interested parties, a Columbian cartel is also desperate to get it. She must quickly assess her situation and figure out who to trust. Luckily, she makes the correct choice.
The heat between these two is obvious and the author does a great job of building the sexual tension. They are quickly on the run together. And it just never stops. I literally read this book in one day because I could not put it down. The two main characters each have a past which makes them wary of each other, of trusting, and of intimacy. But instinct on both of their parts brings them together and moves the relationship along. The dialogue between them was fast and witty and such fun to read.
But I mustn't forget about the Columbian cartel. They are intent on not only getting the package but also the girl. This plot keeps you involved as the story takes you to Columbia. The author does a fabulous job of taking you with them on this scary journey with her vivid descriptions. The author really puts you in the story; I could almost feel the steamy jungle in Columbia and the seedy motels. I was on the edge of my seat to see what would happen and just when you think they are safe, they're not.
Another thing I liked were the supporting characters. His work team mates were hysterical; I found myself laughing out loud at the banter between them. This story has all my favorite elements in a book; hot steamy romance, great characters and dialogue, and an exciting plot. I can't wait to read more from this author!
Had some Pinot Grigio with this one as it is still summerlike where I live and you definitely need something cold to drink with this book!
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Colby is a male as alpha as can be, and a former SEAL (I'm getting the impression that in Romancelandia it happens to the SEALs what happened to the dukes during the Regence, they multiply LOL but I will not complain about it as they both make great heroes). As we very often have his point of view we can follow his evolution, his helplessness in front of Mia and what she triggers in him. The scenes with Clara, his baby, are cute and give a new dimension to the character.

I had trouble figuring out Mia at the beginning, as she tends to close emotionally because of her job (psychologist) and her unhappy childhood. What's more we are less often in her head than in the hero's one, which slows even more the character's assessment. On the other hand she has a facility for sarcastic comeback I really liked, and she's not afraid to verbally attack those who get on her nerves.

Between them the sparks fly from the beginning or so, the dialogs are cutting, and if I thought they do it a bit quickly, I put it on the adrenaline (and even if I expected an attack while they were rolling between the sheets, it didn't occur at this time). And he fact that the last chapters take place over several weeks allowed me to believe in a relation that would have seemed less lasting otherwise.

The pace is quite sustained for more than two thirds of the book, with action scenes well written and quite visual. In the end I had trouble remembering there had been so little time between their meeting and the solution of the plot, which proves the author's skill to draw me in her story.

As for the scene that made me laugh so much? Let's say that I suddenly remembered Stallone in the only Rambo movie I've seen, cauterizing his wound with the powder of a bullet.
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From airports, to remote highways, to the jungles of Colombia, Cristin Harber takes you on a wild ride! And the whole time, she raises the stakes for Colby and Mia. At first they seem like complete opposites. Through skillfull character growth and harrowing setting, they meet each other halfway, understand how their history has shaped their motives, and realize they belong together. And I have to complement Ms. Harber on her sizzling HOT love scenes!!

Colby is packed with muscle, attitude, and ammo, just like the rest of the men in Titan Group. This book gives hints of the next book's main Titan hero (Cash Garrison), and you'll be squirming in your seat for book two! Don't miss this group of special ops hotties!!
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I don’t know what it is about the books I’ve been reading, I didn’t finish The Way of Shadows, this one or the book I read after this one.

I made it to chapter 12 and I just couldn’t make myself read it anymore. By the time I got to chapter 7, I already had five problems with it.

First of all, they’ve only known each other a few hours, they hardly talked to one another and they’re already getting hot and heavy? Now, if it’s written well and done in the right way, I don’t really mind that. As long as the connection doesn’t feel forced, which it did in this case.

Second of all, when he’s driving he doesn’t seem to watch the road a whole lot, he’s mostly watching her. I kept expecting him to adjust the steering wheel or something. Same thing with walking, he can apparently walk straight while looking in a completely different direction.

Third of all, he said I love you on the phone and, honestly, I can understand being upset hearing that after the make out session but she basically turns into a jealous, spiteful teenager. Settle down girl, you’ve only known him a couple of hours.

Fourth of all, when he does tell her who he’s talking to, his mom, she just rips into him until he tells her that his mom is babysitting his daughter. Then she turns to saying she’s sorry. That just angered me and it’s a classic case of foot in mouth syndrome.

Fifth problem was after they’d spent all day driving and were at a hotel, she starts thinking about how he’s acting different than how she knows him. You don’t know him! That’s the problem!

As you can see, this book really frustrated me. The writing was simple, too much so, and it seemed that even though they were in danger, it kept getting pushed to the back almost as soon as it was brought to the front.
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