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Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux--Caught Running

Madeleine Urban & Abigail Roux: Caught Running

Since Abigail Roux’s solo work disappointed me and all but brought an end to my interest in her efforts, I decided to give Madeleine Urban’s other work a go. It’s only fair. I suppose one of the down sides of a reading coma is that, in perpetuating the blissful daze, things like diligence and standards […]

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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 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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Santino Hassell--First and First

Xchg: Santino Hassell’s First and First

My friend, Requierobl–who I think is the person who put Santino Hassell on my radar in the first place–has been gracious enough to allow me to publish our conversation about the third book in Hassell’s Five Boroughs series. This took place over the course of a few days on Tumblr; it starts with me picking up […]

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Santino Hassell--Sunset Park

Santino Hassell: Sunset Park

This is the second book of Santino Hassell’s Five Boroughs series and of the three I’ve read so far, this is by far my favorite. I’ve only read it from cover to cover once, but I have gone back and read the last three chapters a few times and right now I’m skipping through the story […]

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Santino Hassell--Sutphin Boulevard

Santino Hassell: Sutphin Boulevard

This is the first book of Santino Hassell’s Five Boroughs series. I thoroughly enjoyed Hassell’s unrelated novel, Stygian, so I wanted to check out his other offerings. And thank goodness I did. Throughout their youth through college and into their careers as teachers, Michael and Nunzio have been joined at the hip. Nunzio–gay and disowned–has been […]

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Santino Hassell--Stygian

Santino Hassell: Stygian

Jeremy’s a weird guy and he knows it and life sucks extra hard when there are so many things that trigger his insecurities and the haunting shadows of his past. Hoping to find meaning and somewhere to belong, he joins one of his favorite indie bands. To work on their second album, the four of […]

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