I would recommend the series to a friend for sure. I think the story is entertaining enough to keep people that can tolerate reading about 2 gay guys having sex, for a few minutes, would enjoy the rest of the book.
This one is in a class of it's own in my knowledge of books. It had a slight James Bond feel to it because of all the secret identity story-line.
Oh MAN, I laughed out loud so many times at the BAD accents! Ty was supposed to be impersonating a British accent and the poor reader sounded like a male Scarlett O'Hara. Which is pretty funny since Vivian Leigh was English. Another funny character voice was for the McCoy character. I kept picturing Oscar the Grouch while listening to the poor guy performing those parts of the book.
This cruise will leave you hungry... for more Ty and Zane!
Wait for it to go on sale or if you have some credits to burn.
What? 4 stars? Yep. This one was totally fun, sexy and had some semblance of a plot. (Kudos for that!)Definitely the best so far in the series.
I never thought this series would be one of my favorites. But I am starting to enjoy some Ty and Zane shenanigans. And I find that my emotional attachment to the characters shows my hidden love for these books.
We got to see Ty and Zane switching up their usual "roles" in their relationship. Which provided some steamy scenes aboard the cruise ship. And Ty portraying Del Porter (one half of the "out-and-proud" married couple that they were pretending to be) was just classic.
I see a lot of negative reviews on Sean Crisden's narration. However, I enjoyed the new voices he gave these characters. It breathed new life in this series for me, and I think he made this book (IMO the best written so far) a 4 star review for me.
I love Zane and Ty antics! You cannot get two better written charcters out there!
This is a new reader then the two previous books and I did enjoy him more. He had a lighter tone and I feel it went well with the story. I think I just still need to get used to him though.
While this is probably my least favorite book in the series and I did fast forward through a couple parts it still needs to be read or listened to. There are several important pieces that you need later in the book.
Like the story, but production of sound on the book is poor, hard to hear.
First, the story is good over all. I liked that we got to see Ty and Zane "free" to be more themselves. Second, I wished they had got the same guy that narrated the first two "Cut & Run" books, he's performance and voices for each character where perfect. This new narrator just didn't really capture the characters voices for me.
I loved this story one of my favorites and blending the story with Sean Crisden coming on board as a narrator just made it so much better
It really is quite singular in itself. Although I suppose the premise is not "new" but its carried off so well you don't feel like you're just reading the same ol trope
Yes I really enjoy Sean Crisden's work
I loved this one it really did just cement how much I enjoy this whole series
Impersonate two members of an international smuggling ring.
Zane-Corbin Porter, the man in charge
Ty-Del Porter, arm candy
Pose as the gay married couple to gather information.
Murder with a twist. Admission of love (bout time!)
What is supposed to be a simple intel gathering mission turns into much more. After a few life threatening "accidents", they learn that Del Porter is not just arm candy and they need to figure out who is trying to kill him and why.
That's all good and well but we read this series for the Ty and Zane times. I'm glad to say, there were a lot. Because of the assignment, they were able to be openly affectionate and test the waters on having a relationship in the public eye. Boy, did they! There were a lot of tender moments and the usual humor mingled in. I loved it. Ty even admitted to Zane that he loves him *squeee*. Even with the admission though, they're still moving at a snails pace with the feels. I want to hug and strangle them at the same time.
I listened to the audio which was narrated by Sean Crisden. I thought he did a good job except for the terrible British accent. I mean it was baaad. Anyways, I'm excited for the next book and to see where things go from here.
I think I enjoyed the book - it's hard to say, because the narrator was not very good. Limited emotional range, and his impersonation of an English accent was terrible!
Although the story does have some flaws, I love it. The best out of the entire series.
Sean Crisden is a King. Keeps pace, does multiple accents and voices in one scene. He's an amazing narrator.
I am not happy with Sean Chrisden's version of Ty and Zane as I do not even recognize my boys. They now sound like all of the MC's from any Mary Calmes' series.
Narration aside, I still enjoyed the story very much. Being able to watch Ty and Zane with frequents PDA's was a very nice change and made me so happy. I read this book several years ago and rated it 5 stars. I have revised my rating to 4 stars because, besides my undying love of Ty and Zane and the scorchingly hot sex, the story was the weakest in the series. I am continuing on with my audio-love of these men and starting Divide & Conquer!