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Abigail Roux--A Sidewinder Story Book 1 - Shock & Awe

Abigail Roux: Sidewinder Trilogy

So I finished the Cut & Run spin-off and, for the most part, I liked it. I think that Nick and Kelly were an interesting couple. Mostly because Nick is such an interesting character–sly and gruff, but caring; the pillar of strength for the Sidewinder crew; the go-to guy who would always be there for […]

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Abigail Roux--Cut & Run Book 9 - Crash & Burn

Abigail Roux: Crash & Burn

Nine volumes. Done. The boys make their last stand. After the chaos of the wedding on the Scottish isle, Zane comes home to a promotion and Ty comes home to life sans badge and gun. But nothing’s changed, there’s still so many loose ends from all that happened and all that’s been happening–no rest for […]

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Abigail Roux--Cut & Run Book 8 - Ball & Chain

Abigail Roux: Ball & Chain

I’ve made it to book eight. Deuce, Ty’s brother, is getting married in Scotland and his in-laws, the Stantons, have been receiving threats–corporate espionage and all that. He asks Ty to invite one of his Recon buddies along for some extra protection. Ty calls up Nick and tells him to bring a date and a […]

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Abigail Roux--Cut & Run Book 7 - Touch & Geaux

Abigail Roux: Touch & Geaux

Book seven. It started out with the same trope-y feeling, like the story was getting worse with no redemption in sight, but that didn’t last long. The boys get bullied into taking part in a charity calendar. And I gagged at that. That shoot put them in a mood and they were all ready to […]

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Abigail Roux--Cut & Run Book 6 - Stars & Stripes

Abigail Roux: Stars & Stripes

Against the backdrop of exotic animal and drug trafficking, Ty and Zane come out to their families, though not entirely by choice. Ty’s mother calls him home to West Virginia for a bit of manual labor and Zane tags along. After they’re outed and things are relatively settled, Zane’s sister calls him to tell him […]

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Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux--Cut & Run Book 5 - Armed & Dangerous

Abigail Roux: Armed & Dangerous

I am really on the fence about this one. The feeling is gone. The distance and anxiety that I likened to reading Miyamoto Kano’s Hydra/Rules series for the first time is practically nonexistent in book five. On the one hand, that just makes it even more like Hydra since it feels unfinished. On the other […]

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Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux--Cut & Run Book 4 - Divide & Conquer

Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux: Divide & Conquer

In the fourth installment of the Cut & Run series, the boys are back and this time Ty’s antics bring him some unwanted attention and turn up the heat on an already explosive situation. The city of Baltimore is in a state of unrest. Post-sport event riots, bank robberies, and bomb threats compel residents to […]

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Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux--Cut & Run Book 3 - Fish & Chips

Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux: Fish & Chips

That strange distance and anxiety is still with me. When I first started reading this, book three, I wasn’t sure I’d be able to say that by the end. An opportunity drops in the Feds’ laps at the very last minute and they have to put a team on it ASAP. Enter Ty and Zane. […]

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Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux--Cut & Run Book 2 - Sticks & Stones

Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux: Sticks & Stones

I couldn’t articulate this feeling in my review of the first book, so I completely left it out, but I feel it even more in this one. Sometimes I get a feeling as I’m reading the story and it’s kind of distant. Rather than being about the plot or the characters, it’s like a general […]

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Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux--Cut & Run Book 1 - Cut & Run

Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux: Cut & Run

My desire to read just about every bl manga available faltered a bit in December and then, without warning, died a very quick death towards the end of January. Now, I read significantly less manga, not that I’ve come anywhere close to replacing it with something else–I’m just too lazy to deal with disappointment, so I keep […]

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