It's been five years since Special Agents Ty Grady and Zane Garrett first worked together to solve the Tri-State murders, and time has been both harsh and kind. Cut & Run (Series). Book 1. Madeleine Urban Author Abigail Roux Author Abigail Roux Author Madeleine Urban Author (). cover image of Crash & Burn. Mar 29, Crash & Burn. Series: Cut & Run. By Abigail Roux. Adult. It's been five years Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf html. First 15% Sample.
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Their exterior might fracture and they bitch and moan more than a cheerleading squad during syncing menses, but they live and die for each other. A couple of books back into the series it became clear it was no longer just about Grady and Garrett.
They slowly infiltrated the pages and took more and more control. I know not everyone was a fan, but I freaking loved it! Sooo, there was no shortage of the brothers AND Cross made a brief manifestation as well. Tearful scenes with family tugged on my heartstrings. It took off like a speeding bullet and never lost any velocity. The plot was sticky, sweet and layered.
It was sappy. It was frantic. It was sexy. It was scary. It was mushy and gushy. It was sarcastic. It was overwhelming. It was everything I dreamed it would be. I nearly broke my highlighter from overuse and would love nothing more than to quote my favorite one-liners.
Alas, I will not spoil. I'm flying high and plan on keeping my head up in these blissful clouds for awhile. I'm not shedding tears over farewells or goodbye's, for I know it's not over. It can't be. Ty and Zane will live on and I'm wishing on my lucky star that we will catch a glimpse of their honeymoon in the next Sidewinder book. Jiminy cricket, it can't be over? It simply can't. I shall always cherish them. Makes total sense to me. It's worth reading! View all 65 comments.
Knowing this was going to be the last book, had me wanting to jump right into this and wanting to stay away. I will admit I was a little scared I wouldn't like the final installment, considering the previous book was not my favourite. But I am so glad to say that that wasn't the case. I loved it! I just can't get enough of Ty and The story line in this one was actually an interesting one to me.
Sure it was a bit crazy and over the top, which happens a lot in this series, but it was able to hold my attention. I didn't want to put the book down, but I had to slow myself down in order to savour this last book. It was really awesome seeing the entire cast of characters make an appearance. There was some great action in this one which I totally loved.
There was some very emotional moments that hurt my heart. While Nick and Kelly show up, it was still very much Ty and Zane's book, something I was tremendously happy about.
I didn't know what I was going to get in this last book, but I can say I was very happy with it. It was very bittersweet for me. I didn't want it to end at all but was very happy with the ending they got. If you have yet to check out this series than you need to do it View all 48 comments.
Really enjoyed this one. Never a dull moment with these two. Sad to see the end of them. They have been my constant companions now for a few weeks Zane is at the pinnacle of his career with one last mystery to solve, while Ty is at sea in a world wh Really enjoyed this one.
And I had to be made blind before I see. I promise to love you until I die. I promise to never leave you alone in the dark, he whispered. Not me. I loved meeting them. I especially loved Nick - it's the Irish in me! I loved both of these guys but Ty's vulnerability got to me every time.
View all 22 comments. Feb 22, Manuela rated it it was ok Shelves: It really pains me to give this book only 2 stars, considering how much I love Ty and Zane and how much I loved most of their books.
The main problem? The same as the previous book: Once again he was front and center, way more than Ty and Zane: I can't help but feeling that he became what Ty once was for the author. Unfortunately, while she might now feel strongly about him, I, as a reader of a series dedicated to Ty and Zane's story, found the use and abuse of Nick in this book to be wrong, annoying, disrespectful towards the readers who wanted to read about the supposed protagonists of this series.
I've always liked Nick before, but with her pushing him in my face in the last two books, the author made me almost detest him. Which I'm sad about, because one of the scenes between him and Ty in this book was very touching and I loved it. But after a while I couldn't take it anymore of Nick here and Nick there while many of Ty and Zane's scenes happened off page. I did love the moments between Ty and Zane: I also loved to see characters that appeared from the previous books and it was nice to have the Sidewinder guys working all together again.
I just wish the secondary characters had remained that, instead of taking over the story. Ty and Zane will always be one of my favorite book couples ever. But I wish, I really wish, that Abigail Roux would could? It's evident from the last two books that while she surely cares about Ty and Zane, it's Nick that is front and center in her mind now.
I wish this hadn't ruined the end of a series that was so great untill that point. View all 7 comments. I should have known Ty and Zane would go out with a bang.
This series. There really are no words. Everything about it was perfect. I feel like Ty and Zane are a part of my life. I waited so long to read this series. So long. I was really missing out. But I am glad I waited until all of the books were out to read it.
I don't read long books. I don't read multiple books about the same couple. I certainly don't read nine books about the same couple. This series was worth breaking every last one of I should have known Ty and Zane would go out with a bang. This series was worth breaking every last one of my rules for.
All I can say to anyone on the fence I promise you won't regret it. View all 19 comments. Oct 14, Melai rated it liked it. This book is trashy yet I will treasure the TyZane memories. No more repeat of book 8 please. View 1 comment. I'm not spoiling a single, bloody thing You won't regret it, promise.
Of course I'm sad that this is it, but wouldn't have missed this turbulent ride for anything, and I know they'll always be there for me to reread again and again whenever I want to. And you never know, may And you never know, maybe one day Read on after all the acknowledgements and credits and information, read on after the story because that's probably what I loved the most about this book, loved the most about Ty and Zane. Aug 16, Cl Thompson rated it it was amazing.
The boys are back!!! Thank you Goddess Roux for a delightful story. It had everything; great wit, great sex, guns, and explosions!! It was worth the wait. All good stories are. I'll miss Ty and Zane, but hopefully they'll make appearances in the sidewinder series. Sep 10, Johannes Reiner rated it it was amazing.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Although, I have to admit. There are things that I need to know Will they get married again? What happens to the Sidewinder?
What happened to Julian Cross? There's a lot of things that didn't add up. And I really want to know what happens. There are things that are left unsaid. I feel like the ending is rushed. It's not enough. I do hope Abigail Roux would make an epilogue novella. View all 6 comments. I know I'm biased when it comes to this series and these two characters. This absolutely was the epic conclusion they, and we, deserved. There's barely time to process the action, the suspense, the twist and turns, and crazy revelations.
There's barely time to recover from the fear, the relief and then the fear and disbelief around every corner. Suffice it to say I loved every single word and I am devastated that this is the end but totally more in love if that's even possible. View all 27 comments. Apr 11, Deborah rated it really liked it. Original review. The end to a fantastic and unforgettable series. I can't actually believe this is the end, the last time we'll read about Ty and Zane, they've been one of my reading highs for the last seven years and I'm sorry to see them go.
Shirts, yes I did complain about the lack of T. While this book gives us Ty and Zane plus all the other crazy characters they class as family I have to say that since Madeleine Urban left this writing duo the focus has slowly shifted more towards the sidewinders, Nick in particular and that's not a good thing in my opinion at first I assumed it was just to introduce the sidewinders spin-offs but it's more than that the last few books have had too much Nick and not enough Ty and Zane and Ty and Zane are the main reason I read these books.
All the characters are back including one of my favourites so I was more than happy and I loved it when they're planning their wedding and Ty asks "Does Chester get to put a corsage on his shovel? This book isn't perfect the first love scene didn't feel quite right and I have questions about characters and medication but it's the last in the series so I'm saying goodbye Ty and Zane I'm going to miss you. View all 26 comments. Aug 10, Otila rated it it was amazing Shelves: I love Ty and Zane especially Zane and this was a perfect send off for my boys.
It was HAWT. It was sweet. It had lots of action. I love it when Zane is a badass, kicking ass and taking names. And lots of shit blows up. Have I mentioned how much I love it when shit blows up? I'm gonna miss having new adventures with Ty and Zane but I'm so happy with this ending.
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Aug 29, Richard rated it really liked it Shelves: I imagine if I were an author and a reviewer used the horrible, awful, dreaded "meh" in reviewing my work I would want to throw myself off a bridge and take the reviewer with me. On second thought, just throw the reviewer off the bridge. Horrible, effective, little 3 letter word that says so much. This extraordinary ride was forever reminding me that I was alive.
Art at it's best. View all 4 comments. Reread September Original review: This is a difficult review to write. For those who have been invested in this couple from the beginning, if you're like me, you feel like they're a part of you when you're reading their books. And, as a result, I'm sure many of us, the readers, have already decided how WE want the story to end. So of course some of us will be disappointed because WE didn't get exactly what we wanted.
It's not like standalones where we live the couple for the first time as the Reread September Original review: It's not like standalones where we live the couple for the first time as the book flows. No - this is a couple we've been with for years and have a strong connection with.
Does that mean the story didn't end how I personally would've wanted - yes, there were some things I would've wanted. But it's not about me. Or you. It's about Roux and her vision for Ty and Zane. So I told myself to read it in that context, and it was amazing! I got Ty and Zane back. I got more of the relationship building and banter between them that made me fall in love in the first place.
The second half was much more action-filled, but I honestly expected that. There were so many story lines that needed wrapping up. As the percentage on my Kindle was getting closer and closer to , I was panicking. There was so much action and so little time left for me to get my power ending!! Was the action just as far-fetched as before?
Yes - and if you're looking for a by-the-book government agency mystery, you've been reading the wrong series from the beginning. So, also, take it in that context. Of course it was unrealistic, but no less angsty and fun to see unfold. What I find a little confusing is how view spoiler [the ending wasn't really an ending.
I feel like it's still a HFN. Which I'm fine with, but I really wanted this couple wrapped up tight with a bow. Yes - she left it wide open for both of them, didn't she? I'll spoiler tag the ones as appropriate "If he was going to lose a chunk of himself in a sex-related accident, he definitely didn't want to watch.
What are you, knocked up? I hope your mama whoops your ass. I hate baseball. I am sad, and the boys will always be in my heart. Just found out there's a little snippet at the very end that I missed the first time.
Go all the way to then end! View all 38 comments. Aug 10, Trisha Harrington rated it it was amazing Shelves: I don't really know what to say. This is the end of the series.
The final book. I really wasn't ready for it and I'm really sad that this is the end of the series. It's been a long, painful journey and now it's over. It's just so hard to believe. It feels like I've been waiting years for this book when it's really only been a year which is still a long time! Was it worth the wait? For me, yes. It's not exactly what I was expecting, but it kept me gripped and I couldn't put it down.
I just coul I don't really know what to say. I just couldn't. I needed to know what would happen next and I needed to get some happiness with all the shit going on. This book made me feel. It made me sort of emotional and it made me want more and more. I didn't want it to end and at the same time, I did want it to end.
Some pretty heavy stuff went on and I honestly didn't know how things would all end. Tell them It's been amazing to follow Ty and Zane and I've loved every minute of it. Sure there have been times I've wanted to scream at one of them. But I love them and I love their story. Whatever kept them both happy. The little bit at the very end made me so happy.
It was perfect and light and it made me happy because everything had been so powerful up to that. I was glad it was there, though I almost missed it. So make sure you go to the very end people. And now I'm going to have to figure out what I'll do without this series.
Hopefully we'll see them a lot in Nick and Kelly's series. View all 44 comments. Aug 29, Alvin rated it it was amazing Shelves: At last, a happy ever after for our favorite badass motherfather agents that I fell in love with for the past couple of years.
All I can say, that this was well done. I mostly liked everything happened in the book including the twists, revelations, and resolutions. There is a point though that the bickering and quarreling of the characters were tiring and quite repetitive. I will miss these amazing men. I loved all the parts they have in this book.
And my pillow that I've been hugging tight while re-reading the entire series is a witness to that. I would like to say thank you to Ms. Abigail Roux, Ms. Hope I can read about these boys again! By the way, please read up to the end of the book because there a little bonus for us readers there!
Happy reading! Roux's tumblr is awesome. View all 11 comments. Aug 10, Heller rated it really liked it Shelves: I will honestly say that I thought the previous book was a mess.
This story somewhat fixed those plot holes and I found this storyline worked a lot more for me. We still had a lot of Sidewinder but it wasn't all about Nick and Kelly this time. About the story. There's a lot of location jumping and backtracking and for an experienced military team and operatives I question more than a few moments that happened but it kept the story moving so I went with it.
All in all though great ending to the series. A satisfying ending for me. It's after all the author comments. I read those but no further not expecting more.
It's a pretty sweet little add-on. Don't miss it! View all 9 comments. I read this yesterday and last night after I received notice it was available for downloading. Consequently, our smart heroes apparently were nothing more than marionettes all the time we've known them.
It just saddens me how the quality of the CUT AND RUN series deteriorated over time and how I now in retrospect wish the books ended earlier when the stories and characters were still truly at their best.
Nonetheless, it's been nice knowing these guys. Zane and Ty, you'll be missed. But your stories in the last few books of your series? Not so much. View all 3 comments. Mar 28, Karen rated it it was amazing.
Our boys were in rare form once again putting it all on the line to finally put an end to this vendetta and yes, to save their own skins. Unless of course they just didn't like some of the things that happened.
But good and bad, that is life. And even our boys had to find a way to live with the unpleasant realities that were uncovered in this book. There were some serious trust issues going on here… Lifelong friendships on the line. No one knowing who to trust. And the constant threat of death for trusting the wrong man. There was also some incredible loyalty and sacrifice going on as well.
These boys are true Marines… Semper fideles to the bitter end. No questions asked, no risk too great. Owen and Digger, Nick and Kelly.
Ty and now Zane too. The Sidewinder was a Force Recon to reckon with! It was a perfect way to end the series. Which I will miss terribly. I really want to thank Abigail Roux for keeping the series going so long. I have completely fallen in love with Ty and Zane, and all of the supporting characters as well. I started this journey with a partner I hated, a man in the mirror I hated even more. The road took me from the streets of New York to the mountaintops of West Virginia, from the place I was born to the place I found a home.
AndI had to be made blind before I could see. The writing is fabulous, the dialogue even better and the hot and sweaty sex… the best. I will cherish this series right along with all of my favorites!!! Now I must go cry in my coffee that the series has ended. View all 34 comments.
Aug 11, Dalia rated it it was amazing Shelves: I loved everything about this book. It made me laugh, it made me tear up. There's a lot of amazing action and plot twists.
The sexy times are hot. I wanted to read it slowly and savour every moment of it. I tried hard to do that, but at the same time I got so absorbed in reading that I couldn't put this book down. It's very addictive. Hell, the entire series is danger 2nd read: Hell, the entire series is dangerously addictive.
I became too attached to Ty and Zane.
I loved reading about their adventures and I'm very happy with the ending they got. I just adore these guys and I'm going to miss them a lot. Feb 21, LenaRibka added it Shelves: Some people like avocado, some don't. You enjoyed this final sequel to the series, I did not.
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