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  • Posted May 12, 2010

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    Who knew that Zombies and Romance could go together.

    I never thought I would be reading a romance novel that involves Zombies. Vampires, werewolves, demons sure...but not Zombies. First, let me put your mind at rest...the Zombies aren't in the romance, they are what I like to think of as ambiance. Let me give you a brief synopsis of the story: pretty, spunky New York Officer Sarah Petit on what she thinks is a routine disturbance call and gets bitten by what she can only assume are kid wearing really creepy makeup. She's taken to the hospital and is a) informed that zombies or "the living dead" do exist and b) that she is immune to their bite. Also at the hospital she meets Xavier Beauvoir, a very handsome and sexy Captain in the U.S. Army. Need I say more? You know where this is going...so I won't bore you with the details except to say Officer Petit and Captain Beauvoir go a-Zombie hunting and have some hot loving in between! Apparently these Zombies are man-made and as you know when anything horrific is man-made, it's usually started as some military experiment gone horribly bad.

    Sure the characters and the basic storyline was kinda cliche, but I liked the whole zombie aspect. It was a twist away from the Vampires and Werewolves. Sometimes the story dragged a little and there were some parts where the I was left scratching my head because it seemed like Sarah and Xavier's relationship was moving at lightning speed, but that is the nature of these books. It's a good read, nice steamy love scenes and some paranormal activity to cool you down.

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