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Deja Vu (Titan World)
     

Deja Vu (Titan World)

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by Cristin Harber
 

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""Amnesia Allie" should've been one of Dr. James Tuska's normal patients: another CIA asset who they wanted well-cared for and then sent on her merry way. Everyday work at his niche medical practice was never that interesting... until she claimed the impossible. "He's my fiancé."
James had never met Allie, yet he couldn't say no even if he was part of the Agency

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""Amnesia Allie" should've been one of Dr. James Tuska's normal patients: another CIA asset who they wanted well-cared for and then sent on her merry way. Everyday work at his niche medical practice was never that interesting... until she claimed the impossible. "He's my fiancé."
James had never met Allie, yet he couldn't say no even if he was part of the Agency cover up. Now the Agency wants her dead.
Between the lies and the hiding, the woman who turned the CIA upside down with three words brought him to his knees.
And then Allie disappeared... Nothing would ever be the same."

Product Details

BN ID:
2940157259617
Publisher:
Titan World
Publication date:
01/24/2017
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Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
8,560
File size:
939 KB

Meet the Author

Cristin Harber is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling romance author. She writes romantic suspense, military romance, new adult, and contemporary romance. Readers voted her onto Amazon's Top Picks for Debut Romance Authors in 2013, and her debut Titan series was both a #1 romantic suspense and #1 military romance bestseller.

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Deja Vu (Titan World) 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous 10 months ago
Good quick read
Anonymous 8 months ago
Quick read, but as usual, Ms. Harber writes a great story! Romance and suspense....this had everything that a novella should have.
SteelerFan5892 9 months ago
Loved this addition to the Titan family! Cristin added another great story to the Titan world. Doc Tuska has been a part of the Titan series for so long and he finally got his story (which Team Titan has been clambering for!). Loved how "Allie" managed to put the pieces of her memory back together while she worked to figure out why the CIA was trying to keep her from remembering. Both Allie and Doc are strong characters and make an amazing couple! Look forward to having them pop up in future Titan stories!
Reader_Kimmie 9 months ago
Déjà vu is a stand-alone novella featuring a recurring character in the Titan series of books that have been written by Ms. Harber. It is linked to the Titan World same day release of a total of 10 books by 10 different authors. Dr. James Tuska is a military veteran who now has contracts with various agencies and groups to provide medical care for injured special operators. He is tasked with caring for an amnesia victim given the name Allie, who believes that Doc Tuska is her fiancé. The story has great characters, including many from some of the Titan books. The plot is quick moving and gives enough detail that I didn’t feel cheated, even though this is a novella and not a full length novel.
wizkids32 9 months ago
Loved this book loved the fact that they dealt with a person who lost her memory and then got it back loved the whole CIA Titan story line between James and Corrine and how she got her memory and got her man and husband totally great book and Cristin is a great author and thanks for an amazing book loved it
ReadYourWrites 10 months ago
Having read multiple books in the Titan World, I will have to say that this novella did not have much of the guns and ammo type of action that I have come to expect from Cristin Harber. That’s not to say that Deja Vu wasn’t good, I just expected there to be more gunplay than sexplay. For this installment, the heat definitely stemmed from the explosive attraction between the hero and the heroine. Deja Vu is the story of “Amnesia Allie” who lost her memory after she fell from the window of an apartment that she had broken into while doing her job as a CIA operative. When she awakes in the hospital not knowing who she is or how she got there, she uses her instincts to get to the truth. To add insult to injury, there is a woman in her room claiming to be her best friend and Allie is sure that isn’t true. Somehow Allie convinces her doctor, James Tuska who just so happens to work closely with the CIA and Titan, to claim that he is her fiancé so she can get her bearings and figure out what’s going on. Clearly feeling an attraction between them, James goes along and ends up conflicted over what he should or shouldn’t tell Allie. Things quickly heat up between them and they find that they are definitely compatible between the sheets and other places. Everything becomes more complicated as Allie starts to remember bits and pieces of her past life and is desperate to figure out the truth. Allie goes on the run and quickly gets in way over her head. I was very impressed with the way that Allie followed her gut and let her CIA training guide her to the truth. She was fearless and relentless. I did feel like her and James fell for each other a little too fast but under the circumstances, I suppose I can let that go. It was also great to see the Titan Group in action although it was in a small supporting role. Overall, this novella was a fun, albeit short ride. I’m now curious to see if the other novellas in this series are as good. **Received a copy from the tour company and voluntarily reviewed the book.**
DiiMI 10 months ago
She awoke with no memory of who she was or what happened to her. Her friend, whom she doesn’t remember tells her she was in an accident, but her raw fingertips tell her otherwise. Was she always so suspicious? When Dr. James Tuska walks in, Allie shocks everyone by claiming he is her fiance. But why? They are strangers, but this intriguing woman’s past has been spelled out for her, but when it doesn’t feel right, together they will embark on a mission to uncover the truth. Who was Allie in reality? Why has her past been erased and surely altered? With flashes of another life flicker in her brain, Allie knows she is being treated like a mushroom and kept in the dark and a covert government entity has the answers. On your mark, get set and GO! Cristin Harber rockets out of the gate with DÉJÀ VU and never fades throughout this brief but rapid-fire read! Mystery, intrigue and romance round out a tale of “Who Am I?” and why can’t I find out? I received an ARC edition from Cristin Harber in exchange for my honest review.
wtfareyoureadingFR 10 months ago
Rating: 3.5 Stars One minute a covert CIA agent hangs by her fingertips from the upper story window ledge of her target's apartment. The next, a bruised and battered woman known only as "Amnesia Allie" wakes up in a strange hospital room, with no memory, a life that she's sure isn't hers, and an unshakable belief that the man she now knows as her doctor...is also her fiance. Dr James Tuska has never had any qualms about caring for the injured CIA assets that have come to him as patients. Until her. One look into her eyes. One touch of her hand, and those three little words. Forever changes the way that he sees his job, his world, and her life. A life that he knows is in jeopardy. A life that he will do anything to protect. A life and a woman that his heart has now claimed for his own. Cristin Harber's Deja Vu offers readers what amounts to several glimpses into the life and unexpected love of an injured CIA operative on the verge of losing everything. Even her life...and the one man unable to fight loving her. This book is written in such a way that one is never quite sure who its female protagonist actually is. A fact that goes a long way in establishing a "need to read" in its audience. If for no other reason than that of trying to "fill in all of the blanks" in Ms CIA/Allie/who the hell she really turns out to be's life. While this part of the story-line has a certain continuity that becomes increasingly easy to follow as time goes on. It is the surprise romance and all of the complications that ensue. Which work to both enrich and muddle this tale's direction. The reason for this being that while Jame's and Allie's attraction and romance does give the story quite a bit of added fire. It comes off as an extraneous and often misplaced complication for the most part. The reason. Lack of reference. All other story elements had some sort of history. Something which made them make sense within the story's overall framework. Except for her Dr. Tuska's overwhelming need for and attraction to Allie. The love scenes between the two also seem a little forced. Because this book is a novella, it is very important that the story be kept very concise in scope. For the most part, this is an objective that is very well executed in this read. The romance being the only exception. This is however, a very well penned and enjoyable foray into espionage, intrigue, love, and danger. With just a touch of amnesia. Reviewer's Note: This novella is part of a companion collection, and can be read as a standalone.
2kasmom 10 months ago
This is a book from the new Titan World series. This is where series that are alike come together with those of the Titan series, created by Cristin Harber. If you are already familiar with the Titan series, this is going to be a joy for you. If you are as of yet unfamiliar - I am curious, where have you been? James has had a lot of business with the CIA. This one is new to him since he cannot prevent himself from being attracted to Allie. His job is not to get to know her, but to help her stay hidden. Allie just wants her memory back. She did not know she would have the hots for the doctor that seems to understand her. If only the sparks would stop flying.... This series is incredible! All the Titan related novels are full of heat, intrigue, sexy times, and of course, suspense. I really loved that this book started with a fast paced story and ended with a bang. True to form and really drool worthy. I am very excited to read the rest of the Titan World! ***This ARC copy was given in exchange for an honest review only.