Published by Mill Creek Press
Publication Date: July 5th 2916
Genres: Romantic Suspense
Disclaimer: I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book. All opinions stated are solely mine.
Titan Group is expanding! New recruits mean Jared Westin has potential new hires to scrutinize. What he didn’t expect was his very pregnant wife Sugar to finagle her way onto the surveillance team as the prospects were assessed.
Her involvement in the simple observation goes dangerously wrong. She and best friend Lexi Black stumble into a problem with Russian mobsters. Sugar is forced to draw on her old ATF tricks, but weeks from her due date, she has no choice but to team up with Bishop O’Kane, a potential-new recruit and Parker Black, Lexi’s hacker husband, who must go undercover.
This is special ops novella is packed with high-stakes crime and intrigue, a baby story for Boss Man, and two steamy romances for two of Titan’s favorite couples!
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I’m always happy to keep up with the Titan group and this novella was a perfect way to do so, especially because it has one of my favorite couples – Parker and Lexi.
Pregnant women typically nest the closer they get to delivery but Sugar Westin has never been normal, so it’s only fitting that she needs some action to keep her going. So road-trip!
The ladies are conducting surveillance on a potential hire for the Titan group, but they somehow missed the memo that that day was a bad day for such activities and they find themselves right in the middle of a hostage situation with Russian gangsters. It’s Parker to the rescue, but Sugar definitely holds her own McGyver-style, while giving the new hire some tips.
This was a really fast read for me and made me want to go back and re-read the previous books for my Titan fix. It was also very fun because we finally get to meet baby Westin and get some insight into Jared’s past and what made him the man he was.
Ms. Harber somehow manages to give us some action, romance and much sweetness (it doesn’t get any sweeter than a new baby) in one hundred pages and it only made me want more.