Quick, erotic, action with a side of sweetness. Zombies run amok and so Angus is to the rescue!
Room with a View starts 38 days after the apocalypse started and people turned into zombies. Set on the coast of Kings Beach where dead bodies had started to wash away. Yeah, kind of gross.
Natalie is surviving four flights up in a penthouse her dead boyfriend just had to have. Sean wasn’t a real stand up guy, but tormented Natalie about her weight and looks. Well, that doesn’t matter much any more because he is dead, floating in the pool down below. Natalie on the other hand believed the reports on the TV, filling the bathtub and containers with water before they were contaminated. The only thing Sean did right (well wrong) was stock the cupboards with diet drinks and bars so she wouldn’t pig out. Well those have sustained her, but supplies are running low.
The one bright point to her existence was Angus, the twenty-three year old man who threw supplies up to her balcony, but has how been gone for a while. She still clutches the walkie-talkie her wrapped up tight with batteries, hoping to hear from him after they talked for hours. Faced with few supplies, she’s eyeing the sleeping pills a little too closely when up marches Angus with a sawed off shotgun on his back. Insane or horny, he climbs up to be with her.
The two waste no time getting it on. Hey, with only 24 pages what else are they going to do?
While I enjoyed the rush, it was over way before it really began. Along with that, the last book kind of left us with a happy for now and this just perpetuates that feeling. Since it was written in 2012 and we are closer to 2016, I think this is the end for the series. When I checked the authors website, I didn’t see anything new coming. This makes me sad as I was just beginning to adore this series.
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