Monthly Archives: January 2016

Review: Cut & Run 6: Stars & Stripes

Stars & Stripes By Abigail Roux   Okay…so a lot of emotional stuff happened in this book.  Lots of injuries too (but that happened later).  We start off with a trip to Ty’s family homestead where Ty and Zane (sort … Continue reading

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Review: Cut & Run 5: Armed & Dangerous

Armed & Dangerous By Abigail Roux   I really liked this one.  I read Warrior’s Cross recently, so I was familiar with Julian and Cameron and their story, but I have to say I enjoyed Julian a lot more here.  … Continue reading

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Review: Cut & Run 4: Divide & Conquer

Divide & Conquer By Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux Well, this book sure was a teeny bit emotional. Not overly so, but a bit. We had Zane getting injured, Ty dealing with things the best way Ty can, plus a … Continue reading

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Review: Cut & Run 3: Fish & Chips

Fish & Chips By Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux   This third novel in the Cut and Run series furthers the relationship variables between our two protagonists. Ty and Zane are back at work and are given an undercover assignment … Continue reading

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Review: Cut & Run 2: Sticks & Stones

Sticks & Stones By Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux   So, Ty and Zane are officially FBI partners (which is where we ended Cut & Run) but things are a little more problematic on the personal front.  Neither of them … Continue reading

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Review: Cut & Run 1: Cut & Run

Cut & Run by Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux   I know I’m quite behind the curve in reading this book (for the first time), but better late than never, right?  First off, I quite liked the mystery angle of … Continue reading

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