- File Size: 1753 KB
- Print Length: 316 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Dreamspinner Press (August 31, 2009)
- Publication Date: August 31, 2009
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003TO5GLC
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #159,204 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Mostly relationship building, uncovering the mystery that is Julian, and a few scenes of violence. Few sex scenes, more about love of an average nice guy for a dangerous guy (and that of a dangerous secretive guy for a straightforward sweetie)
Smexy scale 1-5: 2
Humor/Snark scale 1-5: 2
Likeability of MCs 1-5: 4
Angst 1-5: 3. ( from depression/grief portion of story)
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I can highly recommend Urban and Rouxks Cut and Run Series, for action, mm love, humor and snark. It has much more explicit mm sex than Warrior's Cross.
The volume in the Cut and Run Series that is titled Armed and Dangerous includes extended guest appearances by Julian and Cameron from Warrior's Cross.
You can tell from the cover that there's going to be men with guns on the scene, but the suspense is still wonderfully draw out. By excellent use of the slow-reveal, the author sets up the characters and drives as though a classic trope is about to be dropped and then changes it at the last moment. It's never obvious where the story is going, so the surprise is still genuine at each plot twist.
Also clever was how the secretive job is never truly explained in detail--it's always implied. With other books, this can be a drawback. However, it only served to put the reader in the shoes of the main character, who has no idea what all the modern-day cloak and dagger is all about. Instead of a disappointment, this vagueness actually enhanced the reading experience.
The author managed to match a plot and the romantic rhythms together. Often, you either get an excellent plot with some romance in the secondary role, or you get an emotional journey about the relationship with minimal plot used solely as a driving force. Here, in Warrior's Cross, there's an actual balance that puts this book a cut above the standard kindle fare.
Overall, a very satisfying read with a happy and plausible resolution.
Anger /fear/ Westies / puppies / big red cats / strong close friends / sniper / hit man / waiter / restaurant / lonely / cold - hidden feelings / touching / alpha male - big rich strong / falling in love with regular everyday unremarkable man / he & others always wonder why? / handler / big mansion / loft condo / kidnapping / second chances / losing everything / a miracle