Cut & Run book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. A series of murders in New York City has stymied the police and FBI al. Sidewinder series is set in the same universe as Cut & Run. Warrior's Cross is about plot characters who appear in fifth book. It's best to read it as. Twin sisters separated by the past are reunited by unspeakable crimes in New York Times bestselling author Mary Burton’s throat-clutching novel of suspense. The unconscious woman clinging to life after a hit and run is FBI agent Macy Crow. Mary Burton's books just have everything.

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Cut & Run Series: Book One A series of murders in New York City has stymied the police and FBI alike, and they suspect the culprit is a single killer sending an . Cut& Run News Content Series Cut& Run · Sidewinder Media Novels · Short The new Sidewinder book in the works, release date is yet to be announced. Find the complete Cut & Run book series listed in order. Great deals on one book or all books in the series. Free US shipping on orders over $

No kissing. No talk of affection. No one was looking for a soul mate. And it suited them both. I guess for some this isn't too huge a deal breaker since we don't get Faith jealous or hurt by this. Both MCs are just looking for physical relief so no harm, no foul. This was just me personally, not liking that tidbit.

It bothered me to know he was obviously capable of tenderness and affection, but the fact that he chooses not to and Faith ends up taking whatever crumbs she can get was not romantic. This was also how it went with them.

Neither wanted to look at the other's eyes. She didn't want to see him as a person. And she guessed he was pretending she was the woman he still loved. When things like that are brought up I need closure. I need something concrete from both MCs that they aren't just together for the easily available gratification. I need there to be some emotional connection between them. In the end, it just wasn't convincing to me.

Mutual from both. Again the fact that the romance is not the focal point of this story I think helped. It wasn't angsty or emotional. It was factual and mostly stayed on point with the investigation and not their personal relationship. Main Pursuer of relationship: They both fall into a purely sexual relationship prior to the story even begins.

No mention of who made the first move. Possible Triggers: Forced captivity, teen pregnancy, adoption, descriptive torture, murder and violence. HFN with a 4 weeks later epilogue.

View 1 comment. Aug 23, Anita rated it it was amazing Shelves: Macy Burton is truly a unique romantic-suspense author. She pushes the boundaries and I like that in an author. I sincerely hope that "Cut and Run" is the first in a new series because I love the supporting characters.

Faith McIntyre is the medical examiner and she keeps her life strictly compartmentalized. She has her work, her charity work and her lover and there is very little overlap in those areas. An unconscious woman, a hit and run victim, is found and while she is still alive, Faith is called because this woman has Faith's face. Faith knew she was adopted, she didn't know she was a twin.

Macy Crow is an FBI agent. She received a call that her father was brutally murdered and immediately headed to Texas and began her own investigation which landed her clinging to life after a hit and run.

When the investigating Texas Ranger, Mitchell Hayden, sees her and sees that Macy is Faith's mirror image, he is relieved that it isn't his lover, Faith, but is at a loss as to what is going on. Texas Ranger Mitchell Hayden lost his wife to cancer and only has the most physical of relationships. His current lover is Faith McIntyre and she is making him think about more than the purely physical. When he starts investigating the brutal murder of Jack Crow he never envisioned where this case would lead.

Thirty years is a long time, but secrets have a way of not staying buried, no matter how long the secret has been buried, especially when the secrets have been murdered. Hayden must now solve thirty year old murders and keep both Faith and Macy safe. Dec 15, Cyndi rated it really liked it Shelves: I really liked this one!

Oct 09, Cheryl rated it really liked it. If you are a fan of mysteries and suspense books, then, you need to check out author, Mary Burton. This latest offering from Mary does serve up good characters, a nice storyline with a mix of action and intrigue. I liked Faith. She was a good mixture of intelligent but personable as well.

Thus in turn this made her relatable. A very important quality to have in a character. It makes reading a book much easier. There are several other characters featured in this book. They didn't play second stri If you are a fan of mysteries and suspense books, then, you need to check out author, Mary Burton. They didn't play second string but equal parts to Faith. Which, I am a fan of this author's and her books.

I do have to admit that I struggled in the beginning to really find my footing wit this book. The first chapter or two were good but after that it seemed like there was a lot of time spent in the details of trying to piece everything together. Not that details are not important but too much time spent causes the story to get bogged down. The second half of the book is much better.

It is where the most of the action happened. Plus, the story moved faster. There are a few twists along the way. Jan 19, Ann-Marie rated it liked it. I received this book free in exchange for an honest review. Mary Burton is an experienced thriller writer. She knows how to develop compelling characters, how to give just enough hints in a plot to be intriguing but not confusing. But I wonder if the genre itself is running out of steam. It is getting hard for even good writers to come up with a new angle, a story idea that hasn't been done to death, as it were.

All that is left to do is either ratchet up the body count or make the premise unbeli I received this book free in exchange for an honest review. All that is left to do is either ratchet up the body count or make the premise unbelievable, or both.

The plot centers around a scheme to impregnate young women, chain them up in a basement until they deliver, kill them and then sell the babies. If that isn't bad enough, the evildoers start killing each other off years later, along with some innocent bystanders, just to keep the blood flowing. After dealing with all that, the hero and heroine kiss and ride off into the sunset together.

I need months of therapy when I lose a dog to old age. These people must be able to turn off all emotions at will. The three stars are because there were times I lost myself in the story. That's worth something. Mar 31, Debbie Oxier rated it really liked it. Faith is a forensic medical examiner. While investigating a recent find she uncovers evidence that her life, as she knew it, might have been riddled with secrets.

A woman laying in a hospital bed, having been the victim of a hit-and-run, could be Faith's twin sister. Just who is Macy Crow, FBI agent, and what does she know that was serious enough to make someone run over her and leave her for dead?

Mitchell Hayden, local law enforcement, and Faith have been dating and he's helping her with the i Faith is a forensic medical examiner. Mitchell Hayden, local law enforcement, and Faith have been dating and he's helping her with the investigation. It also makes it possible for him to protect the woman he's falling in love with.

Very good book. Lots of intrigue and suspense with just a bit of romance added in. I would definitely recommend this if you're looking for a good book to read on a quiet afternoon.

Feb 13, Paula DeBoard added it Shelves: Solid crime drama, well-written characters. I'll read more of Mary Burton! Oct 12, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Shelves: I think I read this author's books several years ago.

I was impressed then and I'm impressed now! Mary Burton writes romantic suspense emphasis on suspense very well!

I was hooked on this book as soon as I started it I know that twins separated at birth is not a new plot twist, but this one was completely different to what I've read before. I had no idea where the plot was going!

Burton writes a great story with amazing characters. I was spellbound throughout and couldn't put this book down I think I read this author's books several years ago. I was spellbound throughout and couldn't put this book down. I'm definitely adding this author to my favorites. Thank you to NetGalley and Montlake Romance for the opportunity to read and provide an honest review of this book.

I am a huge Mary Burton fan! She writes in such a way that I feel like I'm at the scene of the crime and I'm always trying to get one step ahead of her bad guys Cut and Run did not disappoint! Check out my full review on Scandalicious Book Reviews: Oct 13, Trish R. BUT this one I loved. It went from secret meetings in hotel rooms with no kissing and no facing each other while having sex to a slight peck on the cheek to kissing on the lips to falling in love by the end of the book.

It was a little romance and sex thrown in with murder and kidnappings to solve. Mention her 2 or 3 times but NOT 23 times. It really was exciting from beginning to end. There was graphic sex in this book but certainly NOT erotic.

And the F-bomb was used 7 times. As to the narration: However, this time the men may have all sounded alike but at least the sounded like men. Great job, Ms. As of today I will gladly listen to you narrate. This is Mary Burton's newest book and for now it's a free read and free listen.

You should grab it up, if you haven't already. First time dipping my toes into Mary Burton's world and it won't be my last! This book was a really good thriller. Well written, with great character development. I loved that Faith and Mitchell weren't exactly perfect, which made them easy to relate to and more human. I really enjoyed the pace. The overall story kept me mostly guessing and gave me enough to make me want to flip through the pages.

The themes were a bit dark and as a mother, hard to read at times. I liked that the authors sprinkled a little bit of romance to lighten the plot line. I think my only gripe with all of this would be the ending. I thought it felt a bit rushed as everything fell into place and the last bit was uncovered. I would have liked the reveal to unravel a bit slower. But I really enjoyed her style of writing and storytelling, I will be looking for more from this author.

This review was originally posted on Night Owl Book Cafe Sep 23, RachelW BamaGal rated it really liked it. The long-lost twin sister trope almost made me groan out loud; but Burton tossed all the old cliches out and came up with a rather original idea for the plotline. Burton really needs to work on that; but otherwise this was a well done RS story. The big bad killing off the lesser big bads one by one was a nice touch, if a bit gory.

Ty and his high school boyfriend were this for each other. Nick was kind of this for Kelly. Kelly finds he isn't attracted to any other men after realizing his attraction, just Nick.

This leads to some self-reflection and research in regards to labels and Kelly eventually figures out he's demisexual. Coming-Out Story : Ty and Zane spend a few books coming out to various people at their own pace. Particularly in books 4 and 6. Nick also has a bit of a Coming Out Story, but most of his coming out happens off screen, even if we do see the fallout. Cowboy Cop : Both Ty and Zane, though Zane at least tries to be more by-the-book, especially in the first book.

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He actually likes filling out their paper work and makes Ty get his done as well. Dead Partner : One of the reasons Ty is so reluctant to work with Zane in book 1. Because of this, he feels a deep need to catch the killer. Eli's death is brought up several times throughout the series, mostly after the rest of Sidewinder is introduced, and even plays a significant role in their lives and the plot later on.

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Demolitions Expert : Digger. He has a reputation for blowing things up and has been called a "Cajun firebug. This is brought up in the first book when an EMT is examining Zane after a car accident and asks a worried Ty if he's his partner. Well, she wasn't exactly wrong. Embarrassing First Name : Ty has hated his first name since he was 4. His mother thinks this is why he insists on giving everyone nicknames.

Embarrassing Tattoo : Digger got one when he was drunk.

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He remarks that he's the only brother in Louisiana with a Celtic knot on his ass. Evil Former Friend : Liam Bell. Though he's not so much evil as he is a somewhat unstable Jerkass with wavering loyalty and loose morality. Special Agent Ty Grady is introduced as an abrasive and a cocky agent and is considered to be the best indisputably, in whatever he does.

He asked by the FBI to work on this case by pulling him out from his initial work as an undercover agent, which does not turn up good as expected by him. Ty is paired with another Special Agent named Zane Garrett. When the two meet each other for the first time, they begin to hate each other. Zane is introduced as a perfect agent, complete in every aspect of the profession.

He is depicted as a sober, focused and a serious agent. The opposite nature of the two agents makes their partnership a classic one. They seem to be an odd couple with total opposite attitudes as well as a good cop-bad cop partnership.

Going by their dislikes for each other, they soon realize that their partnership is going to prove more of an obstacle in the case rather than helping it in any sense and this is going to make it more difficult for them to solve the case than the lack of evidence left by the killer. Just before Zane and Ty begin to go ahead with their special assignment, the killer takes the life of one more victim. He also takes a strike at the two of them.

Being on the run for the killer, Zane and Ty are required to figure out how they are going to forget the differences and hatred for each other and work together to catch the killer, who seems to be focussed in killing his pursuers. They have to act soon as a team before they become the victims of the murderer themselves. The plot of this novel is set in West Virginia and Washington, D.

In the opening sequence of the plot of the novel, Special Agent Zane Garrett and Ty Grady are depicted as doing several desk jobs in the agency six months after solving the case of the serial killer in New York City.

The desk job seems to be boring and monotonous for them as well as frightening at the same as they were supposed to do field jobs and investigations, being FBI Special Agents.Book 1. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. View all 18 comments.

How I adored their sweet coming together and love for each other. They have to work together on a new case and they basically don't like each other, period. Embarrassing Tattoo : Digger got one when he was drunk. I loved the banter between these two characters. Sort order. Their relationship with each other is just so good.