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Publisher's Summary

Parker Black wants the one woman he shouldn't have - his buddy's girl. She's sweet and smart, but clueless about how deep Parker lives in Titan's virtual world. Everything is controlled. Chaos is mastered with data and risk analysis. That is the way he understands his world, how he plays his role to keep Titan teams alive.

But he's wrong. About everything.

Lexi Dare lives two lives. She's an unhappy fiancée stuck in a spiraling relationship, unsure how she ended up with a ring on her finger and an abuser in her bed. But she's also elusive. Elite. A master hacker playing deadly stakes.

When the lines blur and the truth comes out, Lexi's only shot at survival is the trust of her rival - her equal - before it's too late.

©2015 Cristin Harber (P)2015 Cristin Harber

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This is one of my favorite Titan books. I love Lexie AKA Silver. And Parker, what can I say, he is hot, smart, hot, secretive , deadly, and did I mention hot. Cyber genius, silver has a whole other world she lives in besides the one with her abusive boyfriend. She finally escapes from him. Has she she moved into worse danger.

Terrorists, the US gov. What else is in store?

I hope you enjoy this as much as I did .

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Black Dawn

I've enjoyed all the Titan books so far, but this one really hit home with me, as I had a very similar experience of my own to Lexi's ordeal with Matt. The story revived a lot of memories. My only quibble is how quickly Lexi got over her abuse, but I guess that's par for the course in romance books.

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Black Dawn

Black Dawn is book 8 in the Titan series by Cristin Harber. I love every book in this series. It is impossible to pick a favorite. There was a lot of drama, action, suspense, and romance. I love Parker and Lexi. Both grew up in foster care but found a family in each other. HEA and no cliffhanger.

Narration by Jeffrey Kafer was great.

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Parker Black is more than meets the eye!

From the start of The Titan Series, I have been in intrigued by Parker Black. He is The Titan Group "Go-To" for all things technology. He can hack into almost anything and has amazing abilities to save the day from the confinds of his computer. I was more than delighted to learn more about Parker Black in Black Dawn. It was fantastic to see the man come out from behind his keyboard and show what he is really made of.

Lexi Dare has two distinct sides to her; professional and personal. Though she is among the best in her field professionally, her personal life is turning her into a shell of the woman she used to be. She is fighting to free herself from the control of a domineering, abusive man.

When her professional life collides with danger, Lexi has to trust her instincts. She attempts to hide in plain site and be untraceable, but even she can't run from Parker Black.

Cristen Harber took a different turn with this story. Though she still infused Black Dawn with suspense and combustible chemistry, there was so much more to the storyline. I devoured this book as I burned through the pages to find out what would happen next.

PS- Jeffrey Kafer does an amazing job of narrating this story. His performance only enhances Cristin's work. His ability to make the characters come to life continued to keep me hooked on this book!

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My Favorite Titan Book to Date

This is my favorite Titan book to date and I've enjoyed all of them. The characters are well-written and have depth. I struggled with the alcoholic character, but that's because he was very realistically written. Cristin never lets you down with the ending scenes either. Great read.

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as bad as the last one

What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

not enough testosterone and estrogen to make that many guys and gals that horny.

What was most disappointing about Cristin Harber’s story?

all foul mouths and way to much sex

What aspect of Jeffrey Kafer’s performance would you have changed?

terrible female voices all tha breathy aroused talk.

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Love this series

I have thoroughly enjoyed reading about each one of these characters. I've been lost in this series, and I've loved every second of it!

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Another great Harber/Kafer collaboration....

It has been proven to me that the combination of this author and this narrator are a stellar combination.

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Black Dawn

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

Absolutely! I love the Titan Series. Each book is better than the previous. The stories are fast paced, have really bad guys, love of romance in a tough guy sort of way, and heroes of the very best kind!

What did you like best about this story?

The connection that Parker and Lexi had regarding being foster kids who never had a family and a background similar as to both of them being in foster care. They both turned to the tech world and became the very best they could be in that world. Ultimately used their skills for good.

Which character – as performed by Jeffrey Kafer – was your favorite?

I love Jeffrey Kafer's voice. I recently listed to another book by another man and I didn't enjoy listening to him nearing as much! I think Jeffrey did a great job on all his characters, making sure each one had a different tone and never once did I hear a mistake such as running any of the characters together. I think Parker was my favorite.

Did you have an extreme reaction to this book? Did it make you laugh or cry?

At the end of the book when Parker was talking about their life together and showing Lexi the property he bought so he could build their a home together, he talked about how he felt about her--This was some of the most romantic scenes I've read in a very long time! Loved it.

Any additional comments?

Can't wait for the next one!!!

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It Can't Be Over!

Glad for a happy ending for Parker. I have thoroughly enjoyed this series and hated for it to end. I became so attached to all of the characters as each story progressed and they became family. Funny to know how of of their kids turned out. Cristin Harber is a new favorite for me.