But in the West, the rules aren’t always played according to Hoyle. Contains mature themes. According to Hoyle. Author Abigail Roux. Read “According to Hoyle” by Abigail Roux with Rakuten Kobo. By the close of in the American West, the line between heroes and villains. US Marshals Eli Flynn and William Henry Washington—longtime friends and colleagues—are escorting two prisoners to New Orleans for trial when they.

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This has a great sense of setting and place. Also, what the hell was in the box?!?! No trivia or quizzes yet. A moan and laughter require a larynx, so why is he mute? That makes for an interesting interaction. The writing was impeccable and fantastic. On to the second half… Unfortunately, not much has changed. Of Dreams and Ceremonies.

About a quarter of the way through and not much had or was happening. Dec 04, Yael3 rated it it was ok. Trust in each other is crucial and Flynn finally figures out his heart, but may have left things too long.

That would have been okay if it wasn’t one of the main characters but as it is it was not. Along the way, Wash and Flynn have to decide whether living “According to Hoyle” makes sense or whether, in fact, there are some things in life that don’t necessarily fit within the strict confines of law or societal norms. A Taste for Poison. And the law is written in the blood of those who came be By the close ofthe inhabitants of the American West had earned their reputation as untamed and dangerous.

Danger and peril and the The prose flows with an easy cadence, nothing sloppy or unnatural. There were quite a few funny moments like: This one felt cinematic.


Refresh and try again. Quirky characters, lively dialogue, and a complicated plot. Best work I like this book the best of abigaill the Roux books I have ever read.

All four main characters are painted well and interact well as a group and in their partnerships.

The suspense was a nice addition that kept me guessing. Rose’s wit rubs Flynn and the others raw and he is uncomfortable with Rose’s openness about preferring men. Westerns aren’t normally my thing, but this one – everything from the unusual setting on a Mississippi steamer to the characters is just perfect, the tension and the characters building alongside each other.

I must confess that there are a few moments when I had a feeling there was less historical accuracy, or simply it sounded just a tad too modern, but I’m not an expert, and anyway I was impr This was different and great. Dee No, there are 2 separate couples. I hope the author writes the sequel, the story certainly lends itself to it, even if our two couples are happily paired off at the end.

Before they can make up their mind, the issue blows up in their face and they are all left scrambling for their lives. According to Hoyle is historical – a western really – set in the west following the Civil War. I am both sorry and glad for waiting this long to read this story.

To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. This book directly wandered into the favourites folder on my ereader. I must confess that there are a few moments when I had a feeling there was less historical accuracy, or simply it sounded just a tad too modern, but I’m not an expert, and anyway I was impressed by this story, by the setting.

Rose is a little something of everything and he couldn’t be nailed down which was quite fun.

The concept that a man may only kill if backed into a corner is antiquated. Sha also worked in the fact that both Marshalls had fought for the Union in the US Civil War and that they still hold accoding feelings about the war and slavery.


The repetition and flat landscape returned.

They get a slow and steady climb of discovery between them, as well as by me about them. There are a number of editing issues as well, for example you can’t just flip the speaking styles of characters, either they talk accorving someone without an education or they don’t, it can’t go back and forth.

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Then end was also a bit disappointing. The plot abiggail awesome and it was the focus – I had no issue with the sexual tension that was built throughout the book.

Catch a Tiger by the Tail. I want to know view spoiler [what was in that box hide spoiler ]! Abigail has a daughter, Ho Roux, who is the light of her life, a boxer, four rescued cats who play an ongoing live-action variation of ‘Call of Duty’ throughout the house, a certifiable extended family down the road, and a cast of thousands in her head.

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May 20, Tami rated it it was amazing Shelves: I see this is being reissued I was intrigued by what all is going on with that…stone or whatever it is. Jan 21, Veronica of V’s Reads rated it really liked it Shelves: And the law is written in the blood of those who came before. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. They litter the dialogue tags as well as the abitail of the prose.