“Ow! What the hell?” Ty cried as he rubbed his head and huffed.
“You’re lucky I repress the Instakill for you,” he muttered.”
“Zane was starting to piss him off again. Which was good, he supposed. It meant the urge to lick him all over was passing, at least.”
This book gave me many mixed feelings. I’m afraid it didn’t meet the expectations I had after all the hype, but I would have given it 5 stars just because of the glaringly chemistry between Ty and Zane. They worked so well together. Still, there are some things I’d like to point out:
• Zane and Ty were two of the best M/M characters I’ve had the pleasure to stumble upon. I have no words for how well written those two were.
• The snarky, action-wise dialogue had me chucking more than once.
• The sex scenes were not overplayed. I should probably mention that they were also smoking hot.
• The modus operandi of the killer was pretty creative. I’m also a huge fan of a famous author that is key to the plot. So you can imagine I was more than happy to see all the references to him.
• The ending left me practically begging for more. So. Good.
• Sometimes I couldn't understand the character’s actions. Sometimes I thought they were just plainly stupid.
Zane drugged his partner while he had a concussion. Did he seriously not expect him to have a reaction to it? What if he were allergic to the formula? He also refused to take Ty to a hospital after the concussion got worse. The hospital might not be safe, but it’s better than getting him into a permanent coma
• I disliked the character development. While it’s always something I welcome in novels, it’s was too unbelievable most of the time.
Henninger was right. It seemed like Zane and Ty switched brains.
• The crime plot was lacking at best and nonexistent at worst. It seemed a bit too rushed in the ending, and it could have been explored in a better way.
• Stevie Wonder could see who the serial killer was before the revelation.
WE WERE ALL ONTO YOU HENNINGER.
I’m still pondering on whether I will read all of the books of this series. It’s a really huge amount of books and I don’t think it’s ending any time soon. I’m pending toward “yes” though. Ty and Zane are definitely worth it.
On another subject, I bloody love the fan casting of this book:
Sentence: Smoking hot even though it was confusing at some times. My ovaries were pleased.
Fun fact: This is the book that inspired me to finally buy a Kindle.
The fun continues in this conclusion to the Cut & Run series. This being the 9th and final book, the author again makes us laugh, cray and just basically enjoy while we read!
In this book, Zane Garrett and Ty Grady are again up against the Cartel. They are finding bad news around every corner too. While there are some surprises in here that I will not give away, I think you will enjoy the cameo's played by the entertaining characters returning from previous books as well.
Zane and Ty are just keeping on in this story. They find out that someone they respected - maybe even more than one - has put a hit out on them both. They must solve the mystery, find the money, take out the bad guys, and oh did we mention there is good guys and bad guys gunning for them both?
Ty and Zane are engaged now. Deciding when and where to have a wedding is where the problem lies. How do you get married when you may not live to see the honeymoon? More interesting questions are solved, and in just this book too!
I found this to be very funny. I enjoyed the banter. The returning characters were a lot of fun! Always worth reading Ty and Zane! I could not put it down! I give this story a 4/5 Kitty's Paws UP!
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 island they are staying on. They want a small, quiet wedding since their family is getting a bunch of death threats that have increased since Deacon's daughter was born. It starts with a man who is more than he seems - and he dies right before the wedding.
Zane and Tyler have brought Nick and Kelly. (You may remember them from Ty's military days or from reading the Sidewinder series.) Since they are there to help keep the family safe, they might as well help solve a murder, right?
It soon becomes clear that there are several guests and local islanders that are hiding much about their lives and professions. This mystery may be more than the boys can handle. Good thing they brought extra hands!
Terrific character development and more than a bit of a weave to the story in this book. If you love history, destination weddings, and amazing children - well your going to love this book as much as I did! I give it a 5/5 Kitty's Paws UP!