Review: Fish & Chips (Cut & Run #3) by Madeleine Urban, Abigail Roux

December 26, 2013 Review 0

Review: Fish & Chips (Cut & Run #3) by Madeleine Urban, Abigail Roux

Special Agents Ty Grady and Zane Garrett are back on the job, settled into a personal and professional relationship built on fierce protectiveness and blistering passion. Now they're assigned to impersonate two members of an international smuggling ring-an out-and-proud married couple-on a Christmas cruise in the Caribbean. As their boss says, surely they'd rather kiss each other than be shot at, and he has no idea how right he is. Portraying the wealthy criminals requires a particular change in attitude from Ty and Zane while dealing with the frustrating waiting game of their assignment. As it begins to affect how they treat each other in private, Ty and Zane realize there's more to being partners than watching each other's backs, and when the case takes an unexpected turn and threatens Ty's life, Ty and Zane will have to navigate seas of white lies and stormy secrets, including some of their own.

Title: Fish & Chips
Author: Abigail Roux, Madeleine Urban
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Touch & Geaux, Shock and Awe, Cut & Run, Sticks and Stones, Divide & Conquer, Warrior's Cross
Series: Cut & Run
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Touch & Geaux, Cut & Run, Sticks and Stones, Divide & Conquer
Published by Dreamspinner Press
Source: Purchased for Self
Published: December 6, 2010
Genres: Male Male Romance
Pages: 314
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames

I’m loving the slow progression of this relationship. Ty and Grady know where they stand as partners. They have no idea where they stand as a couple. Their equally outstanding communication skills (rolls eyes & snorts) assists so much in them discussing exactly what they are doing away from the public eye while behind closed doors.

Their new assignment will have them questioning everything they thought they knew about each other. They’ve been sent on an undercover assignment impersonating an out and proud married couple. The constant romantic interaction keeps them both questioning what is real and what is character. Neither man knows what is real and what is for show. Both Ty and Zane are loving every minute of being a married couple though and it opens their eyes to much of what they have been missing.

There was a little more suspense in Fish and Chips. Due to them being rushed into a case with little preparation they constantly found trouble. Some of the trouble was obvious, some of it was completely hidden, all of it kept Ty and Zane on their toes and hating vacations even more than they already did.

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