Rameau Reviews: Dine and Dash – Abigail Roux

After the fourth book in the Cut & Run series, Abigail Roux continues to write Ty Grady and Zane Garrett alone. I don’t know why this is, but I do like how it shows in the writing. The content is still nonexistent plot and characterization wise, but the text that delivers the somewhat detached scenes is smoother. 
Although, I could never pinpoint the exact moments when another author had taken the scene over from the other, I could tell that two minds were working on the scenes because there were logic gaps and action irregularities in the early books. Now, with one author, those remain absent but the repetition is still there. Armed & Dangerous was basically a long list of moments when Ty and Zane told they loved each other. 
Dine & Dash is a porny outtake for the series that I didn’t find particularly arousing. Oh, well, that comes with reading too much quality fanfiction porn. I’m guessing the author looked at how Armed & Dangerous and decided to mollify her readers with a plotless fuck between plotless books. I’m guessing this works for the die hard fans, but it didn’t for me.
2 stars
Series: Cut & Run #5.5
Pages: 10 
Publisher:       Abigail Roux
Published:  May 18th 2012
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56 thoughts on “Rameau Reviews: Dine and Dash – Abigail Roux

  1. rameau says:

    The shorter the story is the harder it is to say anything meaningful of it without utterly spoiling the thing. But novellas work well for people with the attention span of a gnat. Like myself.

  2. rameau says:

    The shorter the story is the harder it is to say anything meaningful of it without utterly spoiling the thing. But novellas work well for people with the attention span of a gnat. Like myself.

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