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A man loses the woman he intends to marry. A woman loses her best friend.

Retired Army captain Liam Brosnan and US Marshal Chelsea Kilpatrick are forced to question what they know about a murder that forces them together. Uncertain connections from Liam’s military career rope them into a cloak-and-dagger investigation that offers more questions than answers.

Being duty bound while in the throes of grief is a dangerous mixture. They struggle with unexpected sparks of passion and question their loyalty to a woman they loved while a murderer closes in on his next target.

Will the explosive solace Liam and Chelsea find in one another lead to a love neither expected? Or will it blind them to looming danger and death?

The Savior is a stand-alone romantic suspense novel.

©2018 Cristin Harber (P)2019 Cristin Harber

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  • Judy
  • 28-02-2019

Cristin Harber did it again!!

Thank you for bringing back a story with the same feel and a few of the Titan family. The Titan Series has always been my favorite.. the story line and the characters.. of course, Jeffrey Kafer makes it all work for me. And in this series, bringing in Heather Costa has brought a nice balance with her soft tone and a Jeffrey’s rough, dry no nonsense tone... it works. They really compliment one another. For me, even if I come across a really great book/story, and I do t care for the narrator, I won’t buy the audible. I will read it on my own, but the narrator is every bit as important as the story itself. Cristin Harber, Jeffrey Kafer and now Heather Costs, WELL DONE! I can’t wait for “Aces” book 2 to come out!! Loved it!!!!

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  • Cortney Hunkapillar
  • 02-10-2020

Another amazing story and narration

Absolutely loved the story line that brought in some characters from the Titan Series as well as its own storyline. The addition of Heather Costa with Jeffrey Kafer was wonderful! Can't wait for the next book in the series!

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  • V from Kansas
  • 21-05-2020

🌻A Heroine that won’t swear?🌻

🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻V from Kansas🌻🌻🌻🌻🌻 Alright, having a Heroine that won’t swear, is one thing, but the substitute swear words were stupid. “Oh pumpkin seeds” seriously? I mean, does substituting a different phrase really do any good? All it’s accomplishing is irritating the listener, namely me! Anyway, my only other real complaint is about the female narrator. She does not even do male voices, passably well. Therefore, I hope they either replace her, in the next book, or choose to do duet narration, where she would only perform feminine voices. The story itself, was very similar to the other stories about the other teams; ie the Delta team and other related mercenary teams, related to this series. There are Cameos from some of the characters from the previous series. For example, “boss man “ Westin who recruits another soldier to build a new team, called Aces. Of course, I’m looking forward to book two, in the Aces series. I love me some Alpha superhero!

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  • Beverly
  • 07-02-2020

very up and down

It had potential. It took me half the book to tolerate the female narrator. The male hero wasn't the sharpest.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 01-02-2020

dragged on

I just wanted the story to get to the point. I wanted to smack female lead sometimes. she was annoying. the male lead didn't see the storm coming. oh come on. I finally raced to the end to get to it. yes I am reading g the next one. I nosey what can I say.

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  • Kat in Hawaii
  • 06-01-2020

This book actually kept me listening till the end!

Now, I have to say the story was a bit sad, but it had its ups and downs with the characters! Unlike other reviewers, I have never understood why they must re- tell you what happens in the book, in their reviews!?It ruins it for other readers! Read the About this book section or description of book! Retelling the story in a review is just ruining the story for others!!!I Just my personal opinion. I'm not wanting to insult any reviewers, but honestly it is baffling when I can read the description of what the book is about prior to reading the book. I enjoyed the characters in this Story, especially Liam. I know this is a story of fiction. Grieving a loss, finding an unexpected love is part of life's journey. I think the author brought the struggles of the main characters to life! I noticed the others who read this said they didn't enjoy this book and I respect their opinions, but I did enjoy the story. I had been floundering around with finding a book that would hold my attention and interest lately! Narration was done very well. Hope to see the other Ace Series Books in Audio- Audible Format Soon please. Again, I was truly surprised how smoothly the book kept my interest. Aloha

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  • betty
  • 04-01-2020

********OMG*******

This is a great start to a series. Can't wait for part 2!!!! When the Titan series ended I thought I wouldn't hear anymore soldiers falling in love series just as good! Thanks and keep them coming!

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 26-11-2019

Coconut critters? Seriously?

This author has the heroine saying coconut critters… apple fritters and some such nonsense in moments of stress, interest or concern... instead of curse words... The first few times... I ignored it... then I deleted the book... This is suppose to be a US Marshall and she is saying oh my coconut critters...whatever will I do..

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 22-10-2019

Exciting

Aces story was heartbreak, fast paced and had a great happy ending. Cristin never disappoints!!!

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  • Colleen
  • 25-09-2019

Great Story

"The Savior" was a terrific start to the "Aces" series (and a fascinating tie-in to Cristin Harber's "Titan" series, too). I love the suspense of "Savior." It's different than the kind of suspense in the "Titan" novel in some ways, and kept me intrigued until the very end. As always, Cristin's romantic scenes were smokin' hot, but there's the minor complication of the dead woman that meant so much to both Liam and Chelsea that looms large in their memories. Guilt and grief are difficult roadblocks to overcome in the best of situations, but when you're also trying to catch a terrorist and resist falling in love, too? I read the book and loved it, so I was really interested to listen to the audiobook. I was pleasantly surprised to find that there were two narrators: male and female (my default preference for most genres of Romance). But I have to admit that Jeffrey Kafer's tone comes across as flat and unemotional to me. I often found it hard to take him seriously when he was voicing Chelsea's dialog, for example, and in general had to concentrate harder during his chapters. I enjoyed Heather Costa much more - I wouldn't have minded if she'd read the whole book, in fact. I would have preferred her over Mr. Kafer, to be honest. With that said, that's entirely my personal opinion. I see another review which says that they find Ms. Costa's performance "annoying," and I disagree 100%. "The Savior," is completely entertaining and well written, as are all Cristin Harber's Romantic Suspense novels. I can't wait for the next in the "Aces" series, and I'll definitely look for the audio versions when the ebooks come out.

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