Genres: Post-Apocalyptic Romance
Published by Parajunkee Publishing
Released on May 23, 2015
I am on a zombie, post-apocalypic romance binge right now. Why? Well I am bored with the standard romance. While I liked this story, it is a serial and you know how I feel about serials! Throw in first person point of view and I was a little cranky. But I love the heroine. The hero…well, he needs some work.
Run jumps right into the zombie apocalypse just as it starts. Several cities have been hit by a “virus”, but no real news is given and now it has hit New Orleans. Alexis Winter, our tough heroine, is ready for a disaster like another hurricane, but not quite what is happening now. She’s tough at twenty-one having gone through Katrina with hippy parents. It left a lasting impression. Not exactly a dooms day activist, but she does have supplies at the ready…if only she was at her house when it hit.
Alexis is at work on a Saturday when it goes down. She must find a way back home to her supplies at the very least when she meets Blake a security company owner. The two team up to get to her residence and stock up on supplies then move onto an island Blake and his partner own for their company.
These two fall instantly into bed with each other. I am not quite so certain of Blake’s age, but Alexis is probably going to grow up real fast with this fall out. Blake is also very sexually active with a lot of kinks to his credit. While I think he falls in love with Alexis, he does something utterly unforgivable to Alexis at one point, especially since he won’t explain why.
We meet Zach who is Blake’s partner. He kind of likes to watch … you know the good parts. He’s also kind of an asshole at first. He doesn’t know they are zombies and for a while just tries to avoid them until they figure out these people aren’t living any more.
The ultimate goal is to get to the island they own and start setting up security and locating their teams. The story is fast paced, filled with lots of horny sex, and a zombie around every corner trying to eat you. I can’t wait to start the second book in the series to find out what happens next!
Books ‘N Tunes
It’s The End Of The World As We Know It (And I Feel Fine)
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