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  • ISBN-13: 9781743341476
  • Publisher: Momentum
  • Publication date: 12/10/2012
  • Pages: 284
  • Sales rank: 245,937
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.64 (d)

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  • Posted August 19, 2013

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    As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by Wicked Whiskers 4 out

    As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by Wicked Whiskers

    4 out of 5 Licks

    Flesh was a double first for me … first book read by this author and first post apocalyptic book ever read. To my discovery I have to say I was rather pleased with this book being the one to introduce me to the genre because I will be honest and admit I never thought I would be able to get into much less caught up in these types of books. My first impression of post apocalyptic was never highly valued because I thought they were just books chalked full of doom, gloom and the devastating disaster that was left behind no matter the cause that brought about the end of civilization but then I never associated zombies with the genre theme of post apocalyptic. In which case would make me out as an inconsistent contradiction because I have a morbid love for zombies … I mean HELLO The Walking Dead kicks ass and Warm Bodies was just too freakin adorable … so where can one go astray if this is what this genre is all about. Plus I will be uber honest and admit that with a title like “Flesh” my inner naughtiness jumped into overdrive with all the possible scenarios that could warrant the entitlement of “Flesh”.



    Anywho, onto my thoughts about the story … this story takes place in Brisbane, Australia 53 days after a horrible virus of some kind turned most of the people into miserable flesh munching zombies. Among the zombies though there are a few lucky survivors, the first lucky person we meet is Daniel.

    Daniel is a slightly older (40ish) man wandering along his way in hopes of finding other survivors on his travels so when he stumbles onto the first non-infected female he is beyond elated and instantly rapturous over this curvy woman whose name he learns after a very energetic rough and tumble that attracts the nearby zombies and sends them running back to her hidey hole.

    Survivor #2 … Ali, she comes across as a panicky yet cautious survivor who has been hiding out in her neighbors attic for the last six to eight weeks since the town people started turning and snacking on each other. When Ali can no longer take the pain from lack of food and water she ventures out among the world, or rather what’s left of it and that my friends is where the magic happens Ali … survivor #2 meets survivor #1 … Daniel.

    Like I said Ali and Dan have a rough start and after Dan talks Ali into venturing out to search for other survivors and the perfect place to call home so they can build somewhat of a normal life together their luck doesn’t improve. As their adventure continues they run across a gang of bikers who have plans of their own for the lovely Ali. Dan is forced to realize that even though he possesses a considerable amount of survival skills his abilities come up lacking when he becomes outnumbered and cannot protect Ali from the danger that fell upon them. But luckily for Dan survivor #3 comes to the rescue.

    Survivor #3 … Finn is a tight muscled, mid-twenties hottie with the right amount of skills suitable for a mercenary and has been keeping a close eye on Dan and Ali ever since Dan stumbled across Ali back in her neighborhood. Sure Finn rescues them from the gang of nasty vile bikers but are his intentions true? Well … you will have to read Flesh to find out. But between you and me he may have his own nefarious plans of seduction for Ali.

    Final Thoughts …

    As these three very diverse people band together and rely on each other against the known and unknown dangers they face attractions are bound to form and I understand the possessiveness from both men because of the circumstances of the situations around them and the need for survival but at the same time it’s not a true ménage which in my opinion would have been way more erotic. Not saying that characters or the scenes lacked sizzle because they didn’t but instead of just touching the basics of voyeurism and then each male taking their turn with Ali having the three interact as a whole together would have satisfied my taste for ménage more.

    My only other concern in regards to this book is the world building. Although highly engaging it is a bit scarce and limited in areas for me … mainly in the back story of the virus.

    Many questions come to mind …

    • How did the virus come about?

    • Who is responsible for releasing the virus?

    • When were the first sightings and is it only secluded to this part of Australia?

    As for now I can only assume something along the lines of Resident Evil and the Umbrella Corporation to understand how it all began. Hopefully some of my question will be addressed in the next installment entitled Skin.

    2 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 1, 2015

    I was truly enjoying the characters within the first scene. Afte

    I was truly enjoying the characters within the first scene. After reading the Stage Dive series, I was ready for the next book by Kylie Scott. She did not disappoint me. This was full of funny, hot, steamy, and thrilling scenes. I cannot wait to read the next book!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted April 29, 2013

    I must start by saying that this is by far the best zombie book(

    I must start by saying that this is by far the best zombie book(s) I have read and the fact that they have an erotic element to it just makes it that much better. 
    They are hotter than the outback in December. 
    Kylie Scott has created a unique dystopian world where a zombie plague has been unleashed and there only pockets of survivors, These stories take place in Australia and follow some of the survivors as they battle not only the zombies but also the distrust of others that comes from the isolation and the looting and lawlessness that occurs soon after the plague starts to sweep the world. 




    Not only do we get a suspenseful roller coaster of a story being chased by looters and rapists, we also get the amazing m/f/m menage that develops between Ali, Finn and Daniel. These are people who before the Zombie Apocalypse didn't know each other and had never considered being involved in a menage relationship. Now with women scarce and Ali falling for both Daniel and Finn its the most logical thing to do. That doesn't mean that jealousy just goes away or that they don't have to work for it. 

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 15, 2013

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    Talk about nice and steamy, this story did not disappoint in tha

    Talk about nice and steamy, this story did not disappoint in that department. Unfortunately it was a bit to much at times with Daniel and Finn sharing Ali. I don't know who in the right mind would do that, even if they are living in the middle of a full infested apocalypse with zombies running around. There was times in the storyline where I had to re-read certain parts because it felt like it was jumping all over the place. But the banter between Daniel and Ali were good nonetheless. Overall, good steamy read, if that's what your looking for..

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 26, 2015

    Terrible

    The title says it all. This book was absolutely awful. The writing reminded me of a 4th grade writing assignment. The story line was as bad as the writing. Waste of $6.

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  • Posted November 5, 2014

    I fully enjoyed this book. I've read Skin as well and wish ther

    I fully enjoyed this book. I've read Skin as well and wish there were more to this story line.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 23, 2014

    Interesting read.

    If you like the paranormal you are in for a surprise. This book took me by surprise as it was very good. The characters were interesting and the development of the story moved real well. I had know idea the people really could write a book about zombies and hold the attention of the reader. Again if you like the paranormal you are in for a treat.

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  • Posted July 28, 2014

    Loved it ! 

    Loved it ! 

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