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Tansy’s Titan

Cosmos' Gateway, Book 3
Narrated by: Suzanne Elise Freeman
Length: 7 hrs and 15 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (13 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

From a New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of science fiction and paranormal romance comes another story full of action, adventure, and suspense to transport listeners out of this world. Tansy, the middle daughter of the three Bell sisters, has always been a little different, even for a Bell. Like a chameleon, she can change her appearance and personality to blend in almost anywhere, and she uses this talent to bring to justice some of the worst criminals in the world.

Mak 'Tag Krell Manok is the wild one of his four brothers. He is known for his huge size, hot temper, fierce strength, and skills as a warrior. Few men in any galaxy dare to challenge him and live. Frustrated by his failure to find females compatible with a Prime male, he returns to his home world only to discover his oldest brother has found his bond mate in an unusual species known as a human. What is even more astonishing is Mak's reaction to an image of the sister of his brother's bond mate.

Mak has set a new course for Earth and for Tansy, the female who stirs his blood to fire. But first he has to find her. Next he has to convince her she belongs to him. And if all else fails, he will just take her. After all, she is delicate and fragile - no match for a Prime warrior. What Mak doesn't expect is to find her in trouble and fighting for her life. Now he must save her before it is too late. But even then there is no guarantee that she will come with him, for this small, fragile female has the strength and determination of 20 Prime males and values her independence.

Mak is about to learn that big trouble can come in very small packages and that there is one person in the universe not afraid to stand up to him - even if she is afraid to love him. Can he keep her alive long enough to realize she is the perfect mate for an untamed warrior, or will the men determined to kill her take not only her life but his as well?

©2015 Susan E. Smith (P)2016 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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Fast Moving

As with the other two book in this series this book was as good loved the new characters and the interaction. I have enjoyed reading all of her books and am now going through the audibles they cannot come out fast enough. I particularly like this narrator

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  • Sharon Demond
  • 25-02-2016

Tansy and Mak - Awesome story.

If you could sum up Tansy’s Titan in three words, what would they be?

Didn't disappoint period.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Tansy’s Titan?

All their mind communications. And the loneliness they felt when one would cut off the connection.

What about Suzanne Elise Freeman’s performance did you like?

She was very good. Easy to listen to.

Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

Well DUH!! But life has a way to make that impossible.

Any additional comments?

Only that SE Smith has become my favorite author.

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  • susan b
  • 19-01-2018

Fantastic Series

I have read and listened on audiobook several times. It is a series you should read. It I has humor, steamy hot aliens and a great well written story. All the characters are great wouldn't mind having a Prime alien capture me . I even if you choose to read out of order, it is much better if you start at the beginning. Recommend highly. The narrator did an excellent job.

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  • Romance junkie
  • 11-02-2019

Tansy Secret Operative, Mak Har Bond Mate ...

Tansy has spent her adult life catching and killing ‘evil’ men like those who kidnapped and hurt her sister Hannah. Mak recognizes his bond mate Tansy like Bjor didn’t a picture Tink had of her sisters. Over 7 ft tall and not a gorgeous guy he has been feared and rejected only on his size...he fears the same from Tansy, but he needs her.
It’s heart warming that a huge guy could be as tender and loving as Mak, yet he’s happily rip apart a person who hurt others.
Tons of action, Russian mafia, injuries, live, passion, the rest
of the family we met in previous books.
The narrator did a fantastic job as well.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 02-02-2019

good book

loved the story and love this author, I have friends just like their mom sweet but not appropriate🤣😍

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  • Lisa Terreberry
  • 28-12-2018

Great Story, weird grammar

Love the series and the story line but I do find myself getting caught up in the weird grammar. At first I thought it was just showing the aliens with a dialect different from norm but it's in the narration as well as spoken words. Lots of sentences that end with prepositions, split infinitives, etc. Feels like a high school 9th grader instead of adults. I still love the story but often find myself distracted by poor grammar. I can often ignore common grammar issues, but these are so drawn out you sometimes have to stop and think "what was he/she trying to say"?

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  • Anonymous User
  • 20-12-2018

h9 I 9hhhhhhh😄😄

hot hot hot!!!!!!!!l!!!!! thanks so much for a good book. I enjoyed the other two books as well.
















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  • Anonymous User
  • 07-10-2018

I love you so much and i can wait for next one's

I love you so much and i can wait for next one's it is good..

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  • brian r lindsey
  • 07-08-2018

book 3

a good book but I fell asleep two time listening to it sorry about that.

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  • PhoenixDawn
  • 13-06-2018

Gotta read 'em all.

This is probably my least favorite of the 5 (at this time). It's not bad, just drags a little. A lot more Earth than alien in this one. You've got to get it to stay in the loop though!

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  • SanfordHoney
  • 03-06-2018

Another Great Story

Great story, but what was the President's issue? Where were Merrick and the missing sister? Will we find out in a later book?

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  • Kindle Customer Cecilia Mary O'Shea
  • 25-10-2018

Tansy's Titan

Well this third book was every bit as good as the rest in this series and I can't wait to read the next book. I look forward to reading and hearing Cosmo's story

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  • Simon
  • 11-05-2016

Another great instalment to the Cosmos' Gateway

I have been a fan of Susan E. Smith's work ever since I started reading (well listening) to her other works on Audible.
This story was action packed and I really enjoyed it, however, there are only two reasons for giving four stars instead of five stars.
Firstly the use of the c**t word which didn't fit the character or the place in the book where it was used ?
Secondly, the extra extra kink that I also felt wasn't warranted and needed that I actually cringed at its use.

The narrator was great and I enjoyed the twist in this story