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Fish & Chips
Author: Abigail Roux
Series: Cut & Run #3
Published by Dreamspinner Press
Released: December 6, 2010
Genres: Erotic Romance
Ty and Zane are not too thrilled about the prospects of this mission, and they soon find out that more parties are involved, making this assignment far more difficult and exponentially dangerous. After several attempts on their lives, the guys finally take matters into their own hands.
FISH & CHIPS focuses a lot more on the suspense plot, but the romance is still very much there. This storyline allows the romance to bloom and I think Urban and Roux did a fantastic job of incorporating a strong romance awhile still keeping focus with the mystery aspect of the story. There was a great balance.
I am absolutely hooked onto this series! Ty and Zane have me wrapped around their fingers. Every moment is entertaining and I can only imagine the kind of trouble they will get into next in DIVIDE & CONQUER.
“That’s my gun,” Ty said in an offended voice. “They hid my gun in the sex toys? That’s not right, man.”
My Ty: Jensen Ackles
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