Now that Ty and Zane had their faces plastered on the news, it lets the Bureau use them for photo ops and not undercover assignments. When Ty gets a call from a friend needing help in New Orleans, Ty and Zane jump on a plane to help. However a murder after the land, brings back Ty’s past that no one can hide from. Now both men, must work together with the friends to solve the case and who is setting them up.
The beginning of the story leaves you wanting to know more. By the end of the first chapter, I could not wait to finish the book. The world the author created is very realistic and I was easily pulled into the world the author created. The pace of the story was fast paced right from the start and kept you engaged right from the start. The main characters and the secondary characters were fascinating and true to life. Both Ty and Zane had faults that they each had to battle making them realistic. The point of view alternated between Ty and Zane, giving the reader a glimpse inside both characters. The changing point of view was done with care so the reader did not get lost or repeat story lines.
The conflict of the story not just kept the story moving but and the conflict increased it seemed to pull the reader deeper into the story. While there was a lot of conflict it was always the perfect level, and I never seemed too overwhelmed by the story. The dialogue between the characters was genuine and distinctive. The characters voice matched not only the setting but fit their overall personality. The ending was a bit predictable but the author takes the reader on a wonderful journey. I hope we get to see these characters again in the future.
Touch and Geaux is the seventh book in the Cut and Run series by Abigail Roux. While this book is part of the series, it can be read and enjoyed as a standalone novel. However, this book is best read as part of the series.
After having their faces plastered across the news during a high-profile case, FBI Special Agents Ty Grady and Zane Garrett have become more useful to the Bureau posing for photo ops than working undercover. Just as Zane is beginning to consider retirement a viable option, Ty receives a distress call from a friend, leading them to a city rife with echoes from the past. New Orleans wears its history on its streets, and it’s the one place Ty’s face could get him killed. Surrounded by trouble as soon as they land, Ty and Zane are swiftly confronted with a past from which Ty can’t hide—one with a surprising connection to Zane’s. As threats close in from all directions, both men must come to terms with the lives they’ve led and the lies they’ve told. They soon discover that not all their secrets are out yet, and nothing lasts forever.