Review: Touch & Geaux (Cut & Run #7) by Abigail Roux

March 27, 2014 Review 2

Review: Touch & Geaux (Cut & Run #7) by Abigail Roux

After having their faces plastered across the news during a high-profile case, FBI Special Agents Ty Grady and Zane Garrett have become more useful to the Bureau posing for photo ops than working undercover. Just as Zane is beginning to consider retirement a viable option, Ty receives a distress call from a friend, leading them to a city rife with echoes from the past.

New Orleans wears its history on its streets, and it’s the one place Ty’s face could get him killed. Surrounded by trouble as soon as they land, Ty and Zane are swiftly confronted with a past from which Ty can’t hide—one with a surprising connection to Zane’s.

As threats close in from all directions, both men must come to terms with the lives they’ve led and the lies they’ve told. They soon discover that not all their secrets are out yet, and nothing lasts forever.

Title: Touch and Geaux
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: Ball and Chain
Published by Riptide Publishing
Source: Publisher
Published: April 8, 2013
Genres: Male Male Romance, Romantic Suspense
Pages: 349
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Stars: five-stars
Flames: three-flames

For a series that get better and even more incredible with each book I have no idea how Abigail Roux can possibly top Touch and Geaux with her next Cut and Run book. At seven books into the series though I have no doubt that Ball and Chain will do just that. I am pleased that I do not have that long to wait for the next Ty and Zane adventure.

This adventure takes a pair of my favorite heroes into New Orleans for a wild weekend with the Sidewinder guys that I love nearly as much as Zane and Ty. As with all Cut and Run books I often wonder how any of them make it to the end of the book still breathing. Abi put the guys through the ringer in this one right from the very beginning and doesn’t cut them any slack. The voodoo curses and physical injuries are minor compared to some of the secrets from the past that rise to put an ugly wedge between Ty and Zane. The relationship that I thought strong and formidable is put to the test while dodging threats from more directions than one can possibly fathom.

Warning to readers and fans of this series, read this one when you have the time to sit and devour it in one sitting. Touch and Geaux is exciting and thrilling and the drama that arises will have you dying to know what will happen next. The things that are brought up between Ty and Zane are intense and will have you clutching that poor eReader to nearly its breaking point.

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2 Responses to “Review: Touch & Geaux (Cut & Run #7) by Abigail Roux”

  1. Annie Slasher

    I keep seeing all of these awesome reviews of this book! I think It is officially going to have to go on my TBR pile!