Ball & Chain (Cut & Run)
Home from their unexpected deployment, the former members of Marine Force Recon team Sidewinder rejoin their loved ones and try to pick up the pieces of the lives they were forced to leave behind. Ty Grady comes home to Zane Garrett, only to find that everything around him has changed—even the... show more
Home from their unexpected deployment, the former members of Marine Force Recon team Sidewinder rejoin their loved ones and try to pick up the pieces of the lives they were forced to leave behind. Ty Grady comes home to Zane Garrett, only to find that everything around him has changed—even the men he went to war with. He barely has time to adjust before his brother, Deuce, asks Ty to be his best man. But that isn’t all Deuce asks Ty to do, and Ty must call for backup to deal with the business issues of Deuce’s future father-in-law.
Nick O’Flaherty and Kelly Abbott join Ty and Zane at the wedding on an island in Scotland, thinking they’re there to assuage Deuce’s paranoia. But when bodies start dropping and boats start sinking, the four men get more involved with the festivities than they’d ever planned to.
With the clock ticking and the killer just as stuck on the isolated island as they are, Ty and Zane must navigate a veritable minefield of family, friends, and foes to stop the whole island from being destroyed.
Publish date: March 15th 2014
Publisher: Riptide Publishing
Edition language: English
Series: Cut & Run (#8)
The series has been dragged out for too long, I am afraid. Without new ideas how to develop Ty and Zane, this instalment resorts to add more backstories, more characters especially the additional couple, Nick and Doc, to the mix. The plot is confused and jumbled. I also have issues with the 'baddies...
This is book # 8 in the Cust & Run series. This story takes us back to Tyler Grady and Zane Garrett moving on with their lives. In this book, Tyler's brother Deacon gets married to Livi and they go to a private island in Scotland for the nuptials. Livi's parents are loaded and own the private is...
Not the strongest of the seriesSeveral of my friends seriously hated this book, and as i trust and value their opinions I went into this one with low expectations.Maybe because my expectations were so low, it wasn't as bad as it could have been. It is definitely the weakest of the series.The inconsi...
4,5 starsWell...yeah, I loved this. And for me...the two best things about this book...ZaneAnd NickYep...you heard me right. Of course, this takes nothing away from the fabulous scenes with Ty (and goodness he definitely has some memorable moments), and for that matter Kelly, but there was somethi...