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Posted: April 26, 2016 in Uncategorized
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Look at these two prickly bitches.

Not having any of Ty’s excuses….

“You fuckshits! How you gonna go get married without all your friends?” Digger shouted. At least, Ty was pretty sure that was what he’d said, because his accent was definitely getting worse as he ranted. “Couldn’t wait a day for us to get here? What are you, knocked up? I hope your mama whoops your ass.”

“That’s uncalled for,” Ty muttered. He glanced at Owen, who’d been sitting on the couch in the living room of the row house, drinking a beer and watching Digger for the last five minutes. 

Owen met Ty’s eyes and shrugged. “Seems legit to me. We could have been here.” 

“What, you were looking forward to more glitter at the bachelor party?” Ty asked. 

Owen pointed a finger at him. “That … we agreed never to speak of that again.”

Abigail Roux. Crash & Burn (Cut & Run, #9) (Kindle Locations 898-904). Riptide Publishing.

Posted: April 1, 2016 in Uncategorized
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Zane sprawled on the king-sized bed in the suite at the Admiral Fell Inn where he’d been living for the last week. And yes, he’d come here because the Inn’s name was a pun.

Every night, he would wait impatiently for Ty to come prowling in. And according to Ty, every night at the row house Ty would make a fuss about going to bed, make a commotion and grumble to himself as he got into bed, then turn out the lights and sneak out like the trained professional he was so he could spend the night with his fiancé. It made Zane laugh to think about a man like Ty, with all his training and experience, using those highly developed skills for the adult version of breaking curfew. How had it come to this?

~ Crash & Burn, by Abigail Roux

Posted: February 14, 2016 in Uncategorized
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“Not like this,” he said, over and over, trying to make his way through the rubble and flame. “Please, Zane. Not like this!” (x)

Crash & Burn – Abigail Roux

happy bookstore explosion anniversary 🙂

Posted: February 14, 2016 in Uncategorized
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“Cartel men were in Baltimore, they’d rigged the bookstore to blow to send you and Ty a message!”

i momentarily stopped reading because i felt the need to draw this