Book Review: “Shake and Bake” by Abigail Roux

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Book Review: “Shake and Bake” by Abigail Roux

I received this book for free from Author in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

"Shake and Bake" by Abigail Roux
Series: Cut & Run #6.5
Genres: LGBT Romance
Published by Author on March 20, 2013
Pages: 3
Format: PDF
Source: Author

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Also in this series: "High & Tight", Past & Presents

Also by this author: Fish & Chips, Stars & Stripes, Ball & Chain, Shock & Awe, "Bait & Switch", Crash & Burn, Part & Parcel, "Brick & Mortar Books", "Dine & Dash", "High & Tight", Past & Presents

A free sudden fiction story, 6.5 in the Cut & Run LGBT romantic suspense series, revolving around two FBI agents who are also life partners.

My Take

This one is definitely naughty. Yeah, okay, there is a porn angle in here, but it’s actually Ty’s “assault” on Zane. Admittedly, Zane did give it a bit of a nudge with his admiration of Ryan’s backside.

It’s that third person dual protagonist point-of-view from both Ty’s and Zane’s perspectives so we know their emotions and what they’re thinking. And I gotta say I think this short story is more crudely told than Roux usually works it.

Ty certainly works up the embarrassment angle on Zane.

The Story

It’s been awhile since Zane’s been to eat at Chiaparelli’s, and while he’s looking forward to the food, he has no scruples about teasing Ty with his admiration of the, um, scenery.

The Characters

Special Agent Ty Grady and Special Agent Zane Z. Garrett are partners in the Baltimore FBI field office. They’re also partners at home.

Chiaparelli’s is Zane’s favorite Italian restaurant where the cute Ryan Morelli is a waiter.

The Title

The title is all about the bread porn, as Ty does a “Shake and Bake” on Zane.

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