Audiobook Review: Armed & Dangerous (Cut & Run #5) by Abigail Roux

February 1, 2014 Review 1

Audiobook Review: Armed & Dangerous (Cut & Run #5) by Abigail Roux

Left alone in Baltimore after his unpredictable lover bails, Special Agent Zane Garrett takes his frustration out on everything in his path until he is ordered to Chicago to back up an undercover operative. When he gets there, though, he finds himself face to face with his wayward partner, Special Agent Ty Grady. They have to deal with the uncertainty lingering between them while they work to retrieve their intended mark, a retired hit man and CIA wet-works operative named Julian Cross.

Ty, once a marine and now an FBI hotshot, has a penchant for being unpredictable, a trait Zane can vouch for. Zane is a man who once lived for his job but has come to realize his heartbreaking past doesn’t have to overshadow his future. They're partners, friends, lovers, and the go-to team for unusual cases. With Cross and his innocuous boyfriend, Cameron Jacobs, in tow, Ty and Zane must navigate the obstacles of a cross-country trek, including TSA pat-downs, blizzards, their uncooperative prisoners, CIA kill teams, a desperate lack of sleep or caffeine, and each other. Ty and Zane are determined to get Julian Cross to DC in one piece, but it’s starting to look like it might be the last thing they do.

Title: Armed and Dangerous
Author: Abigail Roux
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Touch & Geaux, Shock and Awe, Cut & Run, Sticks and Stones
Series: Cut and Run
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Touch and Geaux, Ball and Chain
Narrator: Sean Crisden
Length: 9 hrs and 38 mins
Published by Dreamspinner Press
Source: Purchased for Self
Published: May 18, 2012
Genres: Male Male Romance, Romantic Suspense
Pages: 330
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-flames

Armed and Dangerous is by far my favorite book in the Cut and Run series thus far. Julian Cross had an awful lot to do with that. I loved Cameron and Julian, and Warriors Cross. So Armed and Dangerous turned into a bit of revisit on some characters that I absolutely loved. I enjoyed that meow mix Ty and Smith and Wesson had a little bond session too. Truly, everything about this book is awesome!

I laughed so much while listening to this installment in what is rapidly becoming a favorite series. To top it all off I enjoyed this book by audio. The narrator was wonderful. Sean Crisden did Julian’s Irish, Ty’s West Virginia country boy, Zane’s Texan, and Cam’s confused why me guy, voices excellently. I always knew which one of the four main characters was in control of the pages.

After that tumultuous ending of Divide and Conquer I could not start this one fast enough. Zane and Ty are still as dysfunctional as ever. They’re dysfunction is still functioning for them though. They’re relationship has come so far since Cut and Run. Reading them make their relationship work is pure enjoyment. I have to admit that reading Julian make Ty & Zane’s life living hell is even more enjoyable though.

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One Response to “Audiobook Review: Armed & Dangerous (Cut & Run #5) by Abigail Roux”

  1. s0ph1ar0s3

    Yep! I loved the crossover of these four characters and the humor in this one. I’ll have to check out the audio option. He sounds like a good reader if he got the voices right.