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Divide & Conquer (Cut & Run #4)

4.49  ·  Rating details ·  9,729 Ratings  ·  939 Reviews
Baltimore, Maryland, is a city in alarming distress. Rising violence is fanning the flames of public outrage, and all law enforcement agencies, including the FBI, are catching blame. Thus the FBI’s latest ideas to improve public relations: a municipal softball league and workshops for community leaders. But the new commitments just mean more time Special Agents Ty Grady an ...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published October 14th 2011 by Dreamspinner Press (first published October 13th 2011)
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Nov 26, 2012 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
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Warning-Contains minor spoilers!!

"Promise you'll scream for me tonight..."


This book starts a few weeks after Fish and Chips ends...

Ty and Zane are still learning to cope with their past.Ty is waiting for Zane to come to his senses,stop analyzing and realize that he loves Ty.

"Ty knew his partner had to take the issue from every angle,analyze it to death,resurrect it,and then study its dead,rotting body to see the results.Yeah,it might take Zane four months
Blacky *Romance Addict*
If there was a device that could measure the *squeee* and *swoon* factor of books, it would definitely break while measuring this one, because it was OFF THE FREAKING SCALES! Photobucket Photobucket Photobucket

This was amazing! I still don't know what my review will look like because my brain has turned into mush, and my heart melted a loooong time ago with these two guys Photobucket

In this book, Ty and Zane are more comfortabe with each other :) Zane knows that Ty loves him, even though he still hasn't figured out his feelings, but thing
Re-read & buddy read with Kelly April 2013

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You realize I have free texting plan right?

Pop quiz partner. How many letters in the government alphabet?
Answer: 19. ET went home on a UFO and the FBI went after him.

What do you call a monkey in a mine field? A baboom.

Energizer bunny arrested. Charged with battery.
Ty’s lips twitched as he tapped out a quick response.
Is he being held in a duracell?

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“With your track record, you’ll come in playing strippergram and I’ll be in the middle of Thanks
Wow. It’s been a tough couple days since I finished Divide and Conquer. I, like many other people who love these books, was floored by the tender beginning, the explosive (pun intended) middle and the frustrating end. This book is a perfect example of the dangerous mid-point in a series where everything starts to fall apart and you wonder if anyone will be able to survive, physically and emotionally, what is coming next. Ugh, I hate this point.

Now to the spoilery part of the review:
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Isa K.
Update 5/20: Abigail Roux has since reached out to me privately and explained her position. As such, portions of this review have been reworded to avoid unnecessary snark ^_^ None of the opinions have been changed, but I admit there were comments that could easily be misinterpreted and I'm not above admitting my own sloppiness in this regard.

Update 5/18: DRAMA DRAMA DRAMA. It seems a girl can't have an opinion anymore. I almost had it in my mind to change this review to one star because authors
5 Stars

That fricken ending!? God dammit, are you shitting me!?!

(This is a good time to note that I'm patting myself on the back something fierce, for my wise decision to wait to start this series until the entire thing was complete - how people were reading these one at a time, for years, is beyond my comprehension).

I have only one thing to say...

This series is f*cking fantastic!


Re-read: November, 2017

I just want to bounce up and down squealing, because how often d
Cross-posted at Shelf Inflicted and at Outlaw Reviews

I’m addicted to this series and officially a fan of Ty and Zane, even if they both need to get slapped upside the head.

The city of Baltimore is out of control. Riots, robberies and explosions are occurring with increasing regularity. Law enforcement is doing the best it can, but their credibility has taken a hit. It’s up to FBI agents Ty Grady and Zane Garrett to help gain the public’s trust again.

With their increasing workload, it’s hard f
J *deep in the heart of Texas*
4.5 Stars!

The progression of Ty and Zane's relationship remains sloooooooooow!

I really wish they would just open up to each other, tell each other how they feel. It's frustrating at times.

But gah I love these two.

The plot on this one was a little ridiculous but still good.

And that ending.....freakin' Ty!

Bank-Robbers, Bombings, & Baseball, Oh My!
He wanted Ty with him, wanted him badly. Needed him as a partner, and not just at work. Craved him as a lover more than he’d ever jonesed over heroin. Connected with him in so many ways that Zane couldn’t see a way to untangle himself and didn’t even want to try.
There is very little I can say about this installment of the Cut & Run Series that is spoiler-free...

We stayed in Boston the whole time...
We got to meet Ty's Force Recon team, Sidewi
I was at a loss for words when I finished Divide & Conquer. I hadn’t had such a sucker punch of an ending in a book for a long time. I was so mad and frustrated and overwhelmed you could practically see fumes coming out of my ears. It took me a couple of days to gather my thoughts and process my emotions. And this review won’t be easy. Because this is the first installment in the Cut & Run series I’m not sure how to rate: it could very well be my favourite and my least favourite book so ...more
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Madeleine Urban is a down-home Kentucky girl who’s been writing since she could hold a crayon. Although she has written and published on her own, she truly excels when writing with co-authors. She lives with her husband, who is very supportive of her work, and two canine kids who only allow her to hug them when she has food. She wants to live at Disney World, the home of fairy dust, because she be ...more
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Cut & Run (9 books)
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“First time I saw you, after I got over hating you, I knew,” he said, echoing Ty’s words, “I knew I’d fall in love with you” 162 likes
“You’re not dessert, Zane. You’re the main course, Ty informed him in a husky drawl. And you have about five seconds to take your pick of flat surface before I do it for you.” 142 likes
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