Review: Jax by Cristin Harber (Titan #11)

Note: This ARC was provided by the author via InkSlinger PR in exchange for an honest review.

Ah, these men of Team Titan! Each one is far from perfect, but goodness, their dedication to the task at hand--whether it be their current mission or the women they've fallen for--make them men worth knowing. The latest Titan man definitely doesn't disappoint, and neither does his woman. Thirty-four-year-old Jax Michaelson is good at what he does; his attitude, however, may need a bit of tweaking. He doesn't necessarily care all that much what other people think of him. When his come-ons are met with one unexpected yet well-placed slap across the face, Jax knows he's met his match in twenty-four-year-old motorcycle club princess Seven Blackburn. She walks away from him, but when Mayhem's president asks her to reach out to Titan in order to assist the club in breaking ties with a powerful drug cartel, Seven knows there's only one person she can call. Thrown together, Jax and Seven are about to navigate a situation that has Titan clashing with a cartel that refuses to be told no, an MC at odds with itself, and the Agency, whose motivations are their own. Will they be able to survive AND have a future together?

Jax and Seven were like a mismatch made in fiction heaven. They pushed each other's buttons but they were so good together as well. I loved getting to know both of the, and let me tell you, these two are more than what they seem. Either one can give as good as they can take, and as contrary as they may look at the onset, Jax and Seven actually have a thing or two in common. Watching these two navigate their way into a relationship was wholly entertaining, but throw in the usual trouble Titan gets into and then the added complication of drug trafficking, motorcycle clubs, and the shadowy presence of a particular government agency? Well, buckle up and prepare to be in for a fun ride. Titan is easily one of those series that personal experience has taught is a no-questions-asked sort of deal. Every single time a new addition to this series is announced, it's an automatic penciling in on my to-be-read list. This fourteenth release doesn't disappoint, and the series definitely doesn't show any signs of wear and tear. Jax also has me looking forward to the upcoming book in the Delta spin-off series. This one gets five stars. ♥


Read my reviews for the Titan series:

Winters Heat (book one) - 4.5 stars - My Review
Sweet Girl (prequel novella) - four stars - My Review
Garrison's Creed (book two) - five stars - My Review
Westin's Chase (book three) - five-plus stars - My Review
Gambled (book four) - four stars - My Review
Chased (book five) - four stars - My Review
Savage Secrets (book six) - 4.5 stars - My Review
Hart Attack (book seven) - five stars - My Review
Sweet One (sequel novella) - five stars - My Review
Black Dawn (book eight) - five stars - My Review
Live Wire (prequel novella) - four stars - My Review
Bishop's Queen (book nine) - 4.5 stars - My Review
Locke and Key (book ten) - five stars - My Review
Jax (book eleven) - five stars - My Review (posted above)


Date Read: 15 October 2017

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