Publication Order of Cut & Run Books
|Cut & Run||(2008)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|Sticks & Stones||(2010)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|Fish & Chips||(2010)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|Divide & Conquer||(2011)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|Armed & Dangerous||(2012)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|Stars & Stripes||(2012)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|Touch & Geaux||(2013)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|Ball & Chain||(2014)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|Crash & Burn||(2015)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
Publication Order of Sidewinder Books
Publication Order of Standalone Novels
|Caught Running||(2007)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|The Archer||(2008)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|Love Ahead: Please Excuse Our Mess||(2008)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|Warrior's Cross||(2009)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|According to Hoyle||(2011)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
|The Gravedigger's Brawl||(2012)||Hardcover Paperback Kindle|
Publication Order of Short Stories
Publication Order of Short Story Collections
Abigail Roux is a noteworthy author of fiction, primarily in the LGBT domain. Roux was born on May 21, 1982 in North Carolina and she spent most of her growing years there. Besides being a writer of repute, she is known as an ex-volleyball star and spends much of her spare time coaching middle school softball and volleyball. Her investigative spirit is not confined to her persona as a writer alone. She is a single mother of a little girl named Boomer and Abigail is presently investigating the world of single motherhood. She has a dog and four cats who adore her and she loves them equally. She is also an avowed fan of Atlanta Braves and Carolina Panthers. She does not miss a single game.
Her books, Stars and Stripes, won a 2012 Rainbow award for Best Erotic Romance and The Gravedigger’s Brawl, a 2013 Rainbow award for Best Gay Paranormal Romance.
The Gravedigger’s Brawl is a novel of mystery, lusty attraction, eroticism, and supernaturalism. Dr. Wyatt Case, owner of a history museum, is quiet, sober and happy with his museum. To draw more people to the museum, he needs young people and he is wondering how he will do it. His best friend Noah takes him to the gravedigger’s Tavern to feel the pulse of the young world. Not only is Dr. Case hurtled into a world of frenzy and excitement, but he is also magnetically drawn to the quirky, attractive bartender who enjoys a Gaslight lifestyle and breathes history into his regular life. When the two meet, a series of events take shape and the onlookers are not sure if they are in the company of ghosts or are just losing their minds. This novel is charged with maniacal laughter, loud, erotic music, burning romance and desire between the two men and much more. Abigail Roux is delightful in weaving the fear of the unknown with romance and mystery.
According to Hoyle is a novel that takes us back to the late nineteenth century, when laws were written in blood by those who died upholding it. A thin and often blurry line marked the good from the bad, and the law in the West did not play out according to Hoyle. It is the story of US Marshals Eli Flynn and William Henry Washington taking two prisoners to New Orleans for trial. On their way, they discover secrets of the shooter Dusty Rose and the other outlaw, known as Cage. When the US Marshals reach a point when they must steer their paddlewheeler downstream, a moral crisis raises its head. Should they uphold the law and hold down the outlaws as prisoners, or do they trust the latter and risk their own lives? This novel by Abigail Roux is nail-biting exciting and it also raises some pertinent moral questions that are valid even today.
The Cut and Run series is another set of nine stories written by Abigail, with the latest published this year. The first part, also titled Cut and Run, begins with a New York murderer dumbfounding both the police and the FBI. Two historically opposite special agents, Ty and Zane, are assigned to this case. Before they begin, they realize their partnership will hinder their work more than the lack of evidence in the murder cases. But before they begin their search, the murderer strikes at them. Real excitement begins now that these special agents have to work together, irrespective of their differences, to get to the murderer before one of them falls prey. The second book, Sticks and Stones, begins months after they escape the serial killer’s knife. They are bored out of their minds with the desk jobs they have been assigned. On being asked to take a vacation, Ty invites Zane home to West Virginia where they plan to confront the fatal attraction between themselves. They go for long, dangerous hikes with Ty’s father and brother in deep mountain forests, but nothing is more dangerous than the ever-growing attraction between the two and their attempt to confront it or wave it away.
Fish and Chips is the third story in the series wherein Ty and Zane are comfortable in their personal and professional relationships, with passion bursting at the seams, almost all the time. They are assigned to a case in which they will have to impersonate a criminal couple. Both need to change their attitudes to enact their roles and they run through a series of adjustments, white lies, keeping and revealing secrets for the case and about themselves through this tumultuous journey. This story keeps its readers on the edge of their seats as they ride the rollercoaster wth the two special agents.
Divide and conquer, the next book in the series, sees the fBI trying very hard to keep up their reputation as a good-doer in the face of rising violence and volatile tempers of the public. the FBI organizes municipal softball leagues and workshops for the community. This means Ty and Zane will spend more time apart than they would like. Then the latest crime comes hurling towards them and throws the FBI and the budding, volatile relationship between Zane and Ty out of gear. Bombers, murderers are on the loose and everyone is in the dark. What will zane and Ty do?
Armed and Dangerous, the next story in the series, has Zane languishing alone in Baltimore with his lover-friend Ty in Chicago. A case brings them together and they must negotiate their past and attitudes to make sense of their relationship. They are asked to track down and escort a CIA wetworks operative and retired hitman, Julian cross and his harmless boyfriend on a cross-country trek to Washington DC in one piece. They brave unpredictable weather, nasty prisoners, CIA kill teams and their own passions before they arrive in DC.
Stars and Stripes finally sees peace and quiet in Zane and Ty’s carefully planned and organized life. Their lives are normal with regular working hours, cooked dinners at home and a movie to catch before bedtime. An unsettling news from home take them both to a horse ranch in Texas and an unlikely enemy threatens their life. They must navigate the family drama to retain sanity and peace of mind.
These books and many more portray Abigail Roux as one of the foremost authors in the genre she specializes in. Her stories are compelling, stylized, compassionate and full of excitement. As readers, she exhausts us but we cannot wait for more.Book Series In Order » Authors » Abigail Roux