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The CIA paid Dr. James Tuska very well to do their bidding, and when “Amnesia Allie” arrived at his hospital, she came with strict instructions under the threat of national security: Take care of their asset but don’t help her remember who she is. 

Simple plan - until she woke and claimed the impossible. “My doctor is my fiancé.” 

James had never met Allie, but he couldn’t say no to the desperate plea in her eyes. He didn’t know what she knew or what she was hiding from - but now the Agency wants her dead. 

With one fake engagement, they’ve turned the CIA upside down until Allie disappears.... Then nothing would ever be the same for James, Allie, or the clandestine agency that brought them together. 

©2017 Cristin Harber (P)2019 Cristin Harber

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Yay Titan!

I love Titan and I love Jeffrey Kafer more! Would have liked a little bit more background on Corinne's past though.

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Doctor Damsel Spy Romance

Loosely connected to the Titan series, We follow Allie as she deals with amnesia and the nagging thought that her life and friends are some sort of charade. At the direction of the CIA, Dr Tuska is supposed to treat the physical, but not the mental injuries. When Allie seeks a connection with him, he goes along with Allie’s impromptu lie about them being old friends.
Fast spy thriller/mystery and fast love/HEA. Okay for a quick novella romance, but not on par with the better Titan military alpha male romances.

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amazing as always

I love how the books all intertwine with each other! and a good love story too

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adore the quickie Titan story

My heart and attention was stolen with Deja Vu. Experiencing James and Allie's dance to finding each other along with much needed answers was a fun trip, full of intrigue, heat, and happy sighs. Plus, getting tangled up with Titan always ensures a good thing.

Jeffrey Kafer does an amazing job narrating this story!

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  • 01-19-20

Definitely a Titan-esque novella!

Cristina Harber's Tital World series is definitely one of my favourites with its suspense, strong characters, lots of action and romance. This novella does not disappoint. Dr. Tuska has been in the periphery of the Titan world for a while. In fact, many of the main characters in previous books owe their lives and limbs to the clever Doctor. It is awesome that he has his own story. And I love that it was in keeping with the Titan World theme. Quite truthfully, anything else could possibly have been a disappointment.

This audiobook is fast-paced and furious. Of course, anyone familiar with the Boss-man knows that is the only way it could be!

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.