Cut and Run by Annabelle Lewis

Posted on December 2, 2021 by Nadene @ Totally Addicted to Reading in Blog Tour, Giveaway, Reviews / 8 Comments

Cut and Run by Annabelle Lewis

Cut and Run by Annabelle Lewis is the second novel in the Boston Clairvoyants series. Suspense and thrills await you as the adventure continues.


Cut and Run by Annabelle LewisTitle: Cut and Run
Author(s): Annabelle Lewis
Series: Boston Clairvoyants #2
Also in this series: Dead Cat, Run
Published by PePe Press on August 14, 2021
Pages: 234
Genre(s): Fantasy, Mystery, Paranormal, Suspense
Source: Xpresso Book Tours
Format: eBook
Purchase: Amazon
Rating: One StarOne StarOne StarOne Star
Series Rating: One StarOne StarOne StarOne Star

Their story continues . . .
The four Boston clairvoyants, blessed—or cursed—with special powers, must fight a ruthless enemy and stop injustice. In Dead Cat, Run, the Sisters of Fate drove them together, but at what cost? The God Apollo wasn’t playing around. He’s still dead set on vengeance.
Sinister forces will have a wicked agenda. An energy grab, a mineral rights war, and deadly mercenaries create a mortally serious game. But the psychics’ sibylline abilities aside, they’re only human. At least three of them are. (What’s up with that?)
Can they stop the killers? And who will survive?
An energetic contemporary thriller, Cut and Run will have you on the edge of your seat as the dance between good and evil resumes.

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After my experience in Dead Cat, Run, I couldn’t wait to dive into Cut and Run. Now, unlike the previous book, the story immediately plunged the reader into a whirlpool of action. The events of Cut and Run took place one year after the previous book.

Max, Sedrah, Jenny and Bones face new challenges, which involved proving the innocence of three persons framed for murder. One of whom is currently incarcerated and the others on the run from the law and the real killers. Added to that, the threat the group faced in the previous book once again raised its ugly head. Only this time it while it came the same source of the previous threat, it involved a different set of individuals. As the story progresses, the plot threads surrounding the two cases intertwined, leading to one source.

The story kept me on the edge of my seat from start to finish. Again, I gave up sleep for this one and, of course, no regrets. Few more persons are brought into the loop regarding the group’s abilities. There are levels of skepticism, which is understandable, given the circumstances. The characters have grown and have accepted their abilities. Bones, of course, continue to be the star of the show.

Cut and Run with its many twists and intense storyline made an exciting addition to the series. I am enjoying the series and look forward to what new challenge and adventures are in store for this group of quirky and likeable characters.

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About Annabelle Lewis

Annabelle Lewis—a pseudonym for the author—lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Regrettably? Perhaps. She still believes she’s a Texan even though the math no longer supports that. Nor her birthplace. Nor her residence. No offense, Minnesota. You’ve got your good points too, but only about six months of the year. In her youth, Annabelle was a complete failure. Ask anyone who knew her. Any of her teachers and family would tell you this. High school graduation was a sad day for all when Annabelle walked proudly off the high school stage, her thoughts consumed with boys, beer, and after-parties, and later into the arms of her parents. Her father’s laughter and singular remark? “I didn’t think you’d make it. Get a job at the post office, they have a good retirement plan.” A high bar and words to live by, but Annabelle wanted more. She needed to flunk out of college too. But damn, she sure did have a good time. Trivial arrest records not-withstanding, it was a growth period for our girl. And if you look closely, you’ll see a bit of what was to come when she majored in criminal justice. Her lifelong aspiration was to become a judge. Hmm. For better or worse, Annabelle didn’t graduate from college but did find gainful employment and a fulfilling career. This path ended when she became a mom. Married to her wonderful George, who to this day can hardly remember an actual proposal, Annabelle finally became a mother. She didn’t have a clue how hard she would need to work to keep those self-imposed requirements of Downey-fresh, iron-pressed sheets, home-baked meals, and mom-of-the-year awards arriving. She composed a small self-affirmation song and made her children sing it to her for money. She was a very good mom. After clearing the largest hurdles of motherhood and regrettably, begrudgingly, and not-without-tears, launching her children onto the world, she looked around and realized she had a lot to say. Picking up a laptop, she got to work. Annabelle spends her days continuing to tackle the challenges of motherhood, for both her humans and canines. She also writes. And reads. And cleans. And cooks. And bakes. And cleans again. She also supports her husband, George, in an administrative capacity for their small business. She’s in charge of payroll and cuts George’s checks. This leads to no marital acrimony. In the beginning, with the blank page staring at her and possibly in a hostile mood after being literally mauled by a dog and by the world in general, she had an idea. What if she could wield a force of good upon unsuspecting evil-doers? What if she had the resources to get the job done without dealing with committee and anyone else’s whiney-ass opinions? It was gold. It took off. Annabelle sat down and began to write and couldn’t stop. To date, having written over a million words in the Carrows Family Chronicles and her second series on the Boston Clairvoyants, several items have become quite clear. Annabelle had a lot to say. Annabelle really enjoys writing. And although she hates all things technology, she begrudgingly pounds her head on her desk daily as obstacles are thrown in her path. Almost a hero. Since entering her world of make-believe, she has rebelled against all intrusion of real-world responsibilities. Her house is a mess, but she tries. Her family is fed, but more often than not, on takeout. She vows to shower every day, but no, it’s a vow she’ll never keep. Her friends are neglected, but not in her heart. Read her mordacious blog! Read her books! Follow her on social platforms! Sign up for her newsletter! These are all good things. What are you waiting for? Jump into bed with Annabelle. She’s having a swell time. You should join her.

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8 responses to “Cut and Run by Annabelle Lewis

  1. Nadene, you’re a gem!
    Thank you so much for taking the time to read and review Cut and Run! I’m so happy you enjoyed it and love that you’ve read both books in the series. Bones, the dog, is a mystery to me too! I’m currently writing book three in the series which I hope to release in 2022. The characters continue to surprise me, but the story is the story and sometimes I just feel like the tool taking their dictation. 😊That said, I wield my characters as a force of good, and through the use of magic, bravery, and love – evil can be stopped. And isn’t that nice. I hope readers will find the series and smile. Warm regards, Annabelle Lewis