Book Review: “Dine & Dash” by Abigail Roux

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Book Review: “Dine & Dash” 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.

"Dine & Dash" by Abigail Roux
Series: Cut & Run #5.5
Genres: Romantic Suspense, LGBT Romance
Published by Author on July 8, 2012
Pages: 10
Format: PDF
Source: Author

This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
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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", "High & Tight", "Shake and Bake", Past & Presents

A free ficlet in the Cut & Run LGBT romantic suspense series and revolving around two involved FBI agents with the scene set in their townhouse in Baltimore.

My Take

It’s brief, that’s for sure. Hmmm, or should I say “briefs”, as Ty and Zane quickly strip down to it, lol.

Roux uses a third person protagonist point-of-view from Zane’s perspective, so we hear all about his frustration with Ty being gone for the past three days and nights, about his hopes for that future when Ty is home again.

I’ll warn ya, it’s a quickie in every sense of the word, as Ty sneaks in for one. Just to keep each other going, *more laughter*.

It’s sweet and erotic…

The Story

It’s been pure frustration for Zane, as Ty has been on an undercover assignment for the past three days…and nights.

When that text message comes in about being arrested, bail money, well, it has Zane jumping and running…right into Ty.

The Characters

Zane and Ty are FBI agents with skills that are in demand.

The Cover and Title

The cover, donated by Carlo, has a lined white background with a pair of men’s black dress shoes askew in the lower half. The title is in an embossed deep blue green in the upper left with a quick info note below it in a pale gray. The author’s name is centered at the bottom in the same deep blue green.

The title is an uncalled-for pun penalty, a “Dine & Dash”, as Ty and Zane get in a quickie, lol.

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2 Responses to “Book Review: “Dine & Dash” by Abigail Roux”

  1. Kathy Davie

    I know the content is unlikely to be to everyone’s taste, but I do love these characters. And, of course, I always love mysteries and action.

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