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.
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By LexiMuse on 16-08-18
Introducing New Additions to Titan
More Sugar and Jarrod and Lexi and Parker but we get a little more background on Jarrod as a simple surveillance turns into a quick op. This should be read after Parker & Lexi’s story. It is quick and pretty mild for a Titan book though Sugar and Jarrod’s personalities ring fairly true-just a bit more mellow than expected given the circumstances. Hope to see more of the extended family. Narration again good but would be better with the right female partner.
By ElyLibrarySec on 15-09-17
Leaves You Wanting More
What made the experience of listening to Live Wire the most enjoyable?
What makes listening to a book is having the perfect narrator read to you. And Mr. Kafer was the perfect choice. He hooked me on both the series and wanting to see what else he'll read to me.
Who was your favorite character and why?
It has to be Jared. This story shows the incentive to what he does. Sad news is that this is just a teaser. The good news is that it should lead the reader to Westin's Chase. It also has you wanting to know more about who Sugar is.
What does Jeffrey Kafer bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
He is the perfect choice. I have no problem having an idea what Jared Westin may look like and certainly sounds like. He made my choice of my next book in the series very easy. I have to know more about what Jared and Sugar's story is and Mr. Kafer just happens to narrate that story as well.
Any additional comments?
If you're looking for an audiobook that will take your mind off a day that may not be going too well then this book is the perfect choice. Add in the perfect narrator and everything else will just disappear. Mr. Kafer makes it very easy to just concentrate on what the author has written. He doesn't attempt to do a female voice and that's perfect.
This is one book that I can see myself listening to more than once. As I get more into the series, I would also have to come back and listen to this one. It's a great way to pass the time on a commute that can at times get frustrating. Even though this is a shorter story the author doesn't shortchange her reader by chopping up the story. But it's a great way to get hooked on an author and her series. I can't wait for more.
I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Audio Copy of this book.