Review: Divide & Conquer

26 Oct

Divide & Conquer
Divide & Conquer – Madeline Urban and Abigail Roux

Book 4 in the Cut & Run series

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Publisher – Dreamspinner Press

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**Review copy provided by NetGalley**

Unfortunately, I’m now in the waiting camp for the next book in the Ty and Zane series. Ever since I read the preview at the end of Fish and Chips in January, I have been waiting patiently for the next installment and Divide & Conquer didn’t let me down.

Picking up a few months after the end of Fish & Chips, D&C finds Ty and Zane working in the Baltimore FBI Field Office. While in previous books they have faced a serial killer (Cut & Run) and international arms dealer (Fish and Chips); this time they are faced with the possibility of domestic terrorists after a variety of small scale attacks and bank robberies. For me, this is part of what makes me enjoy the series so much, the authors bring to life current crimes that affect all of us and portray them in a way that makes them feel real.

The relationship between Ty and Zane continues to develop through-out as they are both forced to confront the realities of their jobs and the risk, as well as their feelings for each other. I loved that fact that Ty, the former Marine bad-ass, was able to say the L word first, and yet, I can also see why Zane struggled so much with it, knowing a little bit about his past from previous books. I am hoping that we find out more in book 5, Armed & Dangerous, and based on the excerpt provided (oh why do I keep reading these!), seeing Julian and Cameron from Warrior’s Cross, also by the same writing duo. All can say is I want more Ty and Zane! (pretty please!)

Previous Books in Series
Cut & Run
Sticks & Stones
Fish & Chips

All books are available in ebook and paper from the publisher and Links provided to Amazon versions.

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Posted by on October 26, 2011 in Book Review



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