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Now this one is my favorite! Book 4 in the series was more than just action and sex. There was more behind the scenes bad guys POV that helped build the suspense. It also touched on deeper themes like coming out, visual impairment, expressing emotions and commitment. Of course, the Ty and Zane dynamics were awesome as usual.
I feel like these guys are family and I just want to shake 'em and say.... "Get it together!" But their's is a very believable relationship of two men who come from worlds where homophobic standards are imposed. I do have to say that despite that, the end of this one is just out of left field. We need a resolution!
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
I happen to love this book. It???s my favorite in the series so far. Personally, Sean Crisden had his work cut out for him being the narrator of a novel that I've loved reading in print. I know every line in this book, know all the jokes and all the emotional scenes, and I've had a mental impression of what these scenes sound like. Sean Crisden doesn't always get it right, but he gets it right when it counts. It must be said that I'm not impressed by his reading of the first quarter of the book. For whatever reason his tone seemed monotonous and frustratingly, his inflections were off. He seemed to emphasize random words in sentences instead of the correct words. Also the voice he chose to use for Nick O was so irritating it borders on being the worst voice I've ever heard assigned to a character. However, his reading of Ty and Zane, and the supporting characters in general, were very well done as usual. The most important scene in the book (you know which one!) was read with a combination of strength and vulnerability, for which Crisden deserves the highest kudos. It may not be Crisden's best, but it's certainly a lovely effort. This is for the most part due to the story that was written. There's no getting enough of Ty and Zane. Urban and Roux makes falling in love breathtaking and sexy, hard to come to terms with, sometimes even painful to bear, and achingly difficult to endure alone. Therein lies the reason why this series is so popular. Although I intensely dislike Cameron as a character in Warrior's Cross, I have every faith in Roux succeeding in her new solo role for the crossover sequel. I will likely buy the next book in the series, Armed and Dangerous, provided Sean Crisden (or someone as talented) continues to read.
6 of 6 people found this review helpful
So Book Four in the "Cut and Run" series is finally released on audio. Our two heroes, Ty and Zane, have settled into a relatively blissful domestic partnership, marred only by increasing violence in their city. Working as a team, they throw themselves into the case with their usual dedication....but this time there will be casualties...At the key point of the plot, Ty and Zane turn away from each other, each unable to make the final commitment that will cement their relationship. A threat from the past throws Ty into doubt and confusion, while Zane must wrestle with his own demons, thrown to the surface by a potentially life changing injury. A "Damn, didn't see that coming" cliffhanger only makes you long for Book Five, scheduled for publication in May, though this will be the first written entirely by Ms Roux. A great addition to the series, better than the last, slightly weaker "Fish and Chips". Sean Crisden reads well, though I still miss the original narrator of the first two. All in all, a great title. But Audible, classing this as Chick Lit? Really?
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Pleased that Sean Crisden has returned to read book 4. Great read, I can't get enough of these guys. Give them a go you won't regret it.