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TWO 3.5 and ONE 3 Stars for Servants of the Living Forest by Brandon L. Summers #FF #Supernatural #Horror #Paranormal @84summers @LT3Press

1.5

Title: Servants of the Living Forest
Author Name & Publisher: Brandon L. Summers (Less Than Three Press)
Publication Date & Length: September 16, 2015 – 39 pgs

Synopsis

Cameron and Jocelyn have been together for eight months, and when Jocelyn suggests a camping trip as their first big outing together Cameron can’t bring herself to say no. Camping isn’t her first choice, but there’s nothing she likes more than seeing Jocelyn happy—and the time alone together isn’t bad either.

When they arrive, all seems better than they could have hoped. The locals are friendly, the area is beautiful, the only odd bits are old blood stains on the floor of the cabin and the strange mark that seems to pop up everywhere, and that’s easily ignored in favor of their romantic escape…

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ThreeandHalfStars

This book started off really well. The two main characters were very different but very believable. I feel many young adults could identify with either or both characters, their hopes their fears the joy of being in love for the first time. The two young women complimented each other very well and the author captured the excitement of being together completely alone for the first time. Alone to explore their feeling for each other without any restraints from friends, family or everyday life.
As the plot developed we begin to notice that all is not as it seems in the ideal setting they find themselves in. The growing unease happens very gradually and coincides with the girls growing romance.
The climax of the book is well written and fairly dramatic.
Unfortunately after the climatic interlude I was left with the feeling that some pages of the book were missing, it just truncated. For me it was a very unsatisfactory ending which didn’t correlate with the rest of the book, which up to that point had been a really engaging and at times amusing book.
Chris

 ThreeandHalfStarsThe two main characters in this story annoyed the crap out of me. It was like reading two adolescent teenage girls with the hormones of a teenage boy. Their conversations back and forth seemed unrealistic and didn’t match with their age that they were supposed to be. For a couple who had been together eight months, it did not read that way. It seemed as though they’d only been together a few weeks to a month at most.

Since the first large chunk of the story is mostly Jocelyn and Cameron going back and forth, it was hard for me to continue. However, there is some really good foreshadowing, which was the only thing that kept me interested and reading the story.

The twist in this story is fantastic. It reads quickly, comes sharply, and as soon as the door is opened it all floods forth. I do wish there had been more wrap up or explanation about what had happened (I’d share but that’d be spoilery). There seemed to be a lack of explanation for the characters and for the world created itself, no research done afterward, no conversations or deep thinking.

Sadly this story fell flat for me, the world wasn’t in depth enough and the characters were utterly annoying.

~AJ

ThreeStarI will preface my review by saying I am not a horror fan. Horror, whether film or book, is not my genre. This particular horror story I would categorize more in the creepy and disturbing range rather than scary. That said, there were a couple of things I feel the author could have done better. I like the dichotomy of the love story with the creepy horror of the area. It reminds me of  a cross between the backwoods nature of Deliverance with the weird cultish creepiness of The Hills Have Eyes. Disturbing. However, the author loses the chance to up the creep factor and add in that anticipatory scare factor simply by using language to add more mood and atmosphere. The other thing is the ending. I like the idea that the experience changed both of them and separated them, at least for a while. But I feel like the ending was truncated and rushed. He did such a good job making the characters live in the meat of the story, but here at the end it was almost as though the ending wasn’t important to the author. Like he told the part of the story that interested him and then had to tack on a conclusion. Lost some potential there.

~AmyP

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TWO 5 Stars for Stygian by Santino Hassell #MM #Paranormal @SantinoHassell

1.5

Title: Stygian
Author Name & Publisher: Santino Hassell (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: October 26, 2015 – 204 pgs

Synopsis

Jeremy has been isolated and adrift since the death of his brother. Most people just see him as the skinny emo kid who wears eyeliner and plays drums. No one gets him. Nobody tries. He thought the indie rock band Stygian would become his anchor, but—lost in their own problems—they’re far from the family he sought.

Still, hoping to get close to Kennedy, the band’s enigmatic guitarist, he follows Stygian to northern Louisiana for a summer retreat. They had planned to spend six weeks focusing on new music but things go awry as soon as they arrive at the long-deserted Caroway mansion. Tempers flare, sexual tension boils over into frustration, and Jeremy turns away from the band to find a friend in his eerily beautiful landlord Hunter Caroway.

Kennedy suspects there’s something off about the creepy mansion and its mysterious owners, but Jeremy thinks he’s finally found somewhere he fits. It isn’t until Kennedy forces the Caroway’s secrets into the light that Jeremy realizes belonging sometimes comes with a price.

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FiveStars

Okay this book was just WOW!!!
It took me a bit to figure out who was what but once I did and the way everything went down was amazing!!
I could not put this book down at all once I started reading it. Jeremy has been through a lot in his life between what happened with his brother and his family legacy. He joined Stygian hoping to be a part of this band. They had problems starting out especially with the way Watts the lead singer of the band treated him. So they decided to get away to work on their music and wow did they pick the wrong place to go.
So much happens which I don’t want to say because I really do not want to spoil this book for anyone, this book is definitely one you need to read for yourself. So many times I wanted to yell through the book at Jeremy what are you doing how do you not see what Hunter is. When he finally wakes up and realizes what is going and sees what Kennedy was telling him all along. I was rooting for them to get the hell out of there as fast as they could.
I don’t know if there will be more books after this one but I really hope there is because it would be interesting to see were they go from here. There was angst, mystery because what the hell was going on with Hunter, Laurel and Quince. Then there was Steam so much Steam between Kennedy and Jeremy when Jeremy finally for a lack of better words pulled his head out. This author Santino Hassell did such a awesome job with this book. Between the paranormal on the edge of your seat trying to figure out what was going on I was grabbed from the start. I honestly was left with wanting more of these characters to see what they are going to do now.
So all together I 100% loved this book!
I would definitely recommend this book!

Kara

 FiveStars
Imagine Anne Rice’s version of Donna Tartt’s The Secret History and you have some idea of the intensely dark, suffocating New Adult paranoia of Santino Hassell’s Stygian.

The setting is Antebellum Southern Gothic. The characters are the neurotic members of a promising indie rock band. The characters span a spectrum from vaguely pitiful to thoroughly abhorrent. Readers are not supposed to like or trust anyone and I really didn’t. The secrets are overwhelming. They seep out in memories, tormented dreams, half-formed thoughts and awkward conversations. Sexuality is fluid. Sex is constant, but impersonal, often violent and flaunted for effect.

I found this story uncomfortable but compelling. Hassell toys with his readers, only offering enough information to torment and alarm, never enough to forewarn. The whole story only comes into focus at the very end of the book when readers and characters are finally able to weave together the final threads of this complex narrative.

This is a dark, angst-filled ride. The blurb I read sold this story as a romance but Hassell foregoes sympathetic characters and refrains from a HEA. I loved the more alternative ending, but I wouldn’t recommend it to romance lovers.

It took me a while to digest this story, but there is much to love. Characters are beautifully observed and carefully drawn. Hassell’s style of writing is elegant and his prose seductive. The story could be described as Urban Fantasy, but really, it plays outside genre. I loved every moment of it but it definitely isn’t for the faint hearted.

Sarah

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5 Stars for The Rascal by Eric Arvin #MM #Paranormal @NovellEricArvin

1.5

Title: The Rascal
Author Name & Publisher: Eric Arvin (Wilde City)
Publication Date & Length: October 7, 2015 – 220 pgs

Synopsis

Lana is a faded movie star who lives alone in a big house on a hill that overlooks the sea. She has lived this way since the death of her daughter and the disappearance of her husband.

Jeff and Chloe are a couple who live in a cabin below the big house. It was Chloe’s idea to strengthen their marriage; but she see’s now that it isn’t working. Jeff has become obsessed with the cabin and the old water well. Chloe only sees strangeness around her.

One night while talking on the computer with Ethan, Jeff’s brother, a feeling of dread comes to the fore. When Ethan sees a figure behind Chloe, he leaves his boyfriend and baby and sets out to save Jeff.

Chloe, Ethan and Lana come together to fight an evil that would destroy Jeff. Will they succeed or will all of them fall to the taste of a young cannibalistic ghost?

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FiveStars

Wow this book was terrifyingly scary!
Okay this book was mainly M/F even though the two MC’s did not like each other in fact I believe they hated each other so in no way shape or form would I call this anything other than a very good horror book. Yes you do see little parts of Ethan from his POV who is Jeff’s brother and also in a relationship with a man named Keaton, they also have a baby.
Everything that happened in this book to Jeff’s inner dialogue which was really dark and crazy even before he started getting visits from the Rascal to the Rascal which that dark ghost was terrifying.
So in this book Jeff and Chloe buy a cottage trying to reconnect after what Chloe had done to Jeff. Well Jeff pretty much hates her now and vice versa. Then all these bad things happen and the things that go bump in the night. Let me tell you do not read this book in the dark like I did I am sitting here still freaked out by what happened in this book. Then there was the ending where I am sitting there wanting to yell through the book Keaton take bug and run right now!
The ending in this book was so messed up I was just sitting there stunned for the longest time. I have to say this was one of the darkest books I have read in a long time and I loved it! Because you are sitting there thinking everything will be all right things are looking okay Chloe and Ethan have figured out what to do then Mind Blown!!! What just happened, that was not supposed to happen…Then you are sad because why did that have to happen! So if you are in the mood for a very good horror book were you are sitting there wondering who is more scarier one of the MC’s or the thing that goes bump in the night I can not recommend this book enough! I really loved this book because there is nothing better then reading a book were the author has pulled you in the story so much that you feel like jumping when something happens to one of the characters.

Kara

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New Release: Bad Moon Rising by DC Juris #MM #Horror @dcjuris

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Title: Bad Moon Rising
Author Name & Publisher: DC Jurls (Torquere Books)
Publication Date & Length: November 11, 2015 – 31,000 Words

Synopsis

Bryce never expected to find himself smack in the middle of a zombie apocalypse, and he certainly never expected to meet the man of his dreams along the way. But there’s more than zombies in the way of his happily ever after.

Richard comes with baggage, in the form of his on again, off again bipolar lover Cole, who is off his meds and descending into his own mental hell at an alarming rate. Will the three men be able to work out their romantic feelings? Oh yeah…and then there’s that little issue of the zombies…

Previously published by Breathless Press.

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“Stay down!”

“What’s going on?” I whispered.

“Looters,” Cole revealed. “They’re going up and down the street, searching cars.”

Well, at least they wouldn’t steal it, since we had the keys, and the chances of them sticking around to do any real damage to it seemed pretty slim, too. All we had to do was wait it out, and they’d go away.

Dolly stood and paced to the door, walking back and forth in front of it like she was on guard duty.

On the street, yelling broke out, and gunshots echoed in the night.

Richard cursed.

Our visitors had apparently been discovered. Shouts of run and look out descended into just inarticulate screaming and then the unthinkable: Dolly started barking.

Cole lunged for her, but the damage had already been done. The people outside started banging on our door, pleading to be let in.

“What do we do?” I looked to Richard, who was shaking his head.

“Nothing.”

“But if we don’t let them in, they’ll be infected,” I argued. Those were people outside — we had to help them. What if the roles were reversed? What if that had been me outside?

“And if we do let them in, we’ll be infected.” He reached for one of our backpacks and started shoving things inside. “We can’t stay here. Cole, shut that damned mutt up!”

“I’m trying!” Cole struggled with Dolly, trying to get her calmed down and quiet.

Richard threw a bag at me, hitting me square in the chest and bringing me back to reality. “Pack light. We’ll be walking.”

“The car–”

“Is compromised. We’ll never get near it. Hurry up. Cole!”

Cole scrambled back to us, dragging Dolly behind him.

Outside the shouting and banging intensified. Someone must’ve gotten smart, because a brick came careening through an exposed part of the door glass near the top. It sailed through the air, barely missing Richard’s head.

“Time to go!” Richard shoved Cole toward the back door. “Bryce, help me with the boards!”

I grabbed up a discarded hammer and handed it over to him while I fished in my bag for the crowbar I’d brought. We struggled with the boards, hacking and pulling. Richard’s face turned red with his exertion, and the warmth of my own efforts spread out from my arm muscles, making my chest tight and painful.

“Hurry up, guys!” Cole shouted.

I glanced back at the front door. The newcomers — two beefy men and a scraggly haired woman — had managed to get several of the boards free and were shouting at us. Behind them, I could see the horde moving closer. The woman let out a scream and disappeared from sight. The men didn’t even look back for her — they just kept on coming.

“Bryce!” Richard had gotten enough of the boards cleared for us to get through. I jumped out after him as he pulled Cole through. We ran along the back alley, Cole carrying a still-barking Dolly.

“Shut her up! She’s going to give us away!” Richard smacked at Dolly’s muzzle as he ran.

That seemed to stifle her for a few minutes, and we made it down the alley and through two more without chase. At last Richard stopped, heaving for air, and leaned against the wall of a building. I didn’t want to stop. My nerves on fire with adrenaline and fear, I ran past him.

“Bryce!”

I ignored him. Fight or flight had kicked in. I wasn’t much to look at size-wise — I had no hope of fighting off a crowd of hungry zombies, so flight it was. I had to get away from there. Like a rat in a maze, I kept running through alleys and streets I didn’t know and couldn’t really see, until I stepped square into a hole and stumbled. I put my arms out and tried to catch myself, but only succeeded in falling on my wrist, wrenching it back against my arm. I couldn’t keep from crying out, but even the momentary pain didn’t stop me.

I surged to my feet again, but I must’ve injured my left ankle in the fall as well, because it wouldn’t support my weight and I fell back down. Undaunted, I crawled for my life. Footsteps grew nearer and nearer. They’d catch me, but I’d be damned if they’d catch me easily.

“Bryce! Stop!”

I rolled over under the power of someone else. At any other time, I probably would’ve registered that the person was Richard. But right then, I didn’t recognize him. He knew my name, kept yelling it over and over — that much I realized — but it made no difference to me. I fought him as hard as I could, and at last, he simply pinned my wrists and collapsed on top of me.

He stopped yelling, instead resorted to just whispering my name in my ear again and again in a monotonous tone that finally managed to bore into my brain and made me stop struggling.

Richard pulled back and looked down at me. “I’m getting up, okay?”

I nodded. Still feeling skittish though, I tried experimentally to wrest one of my wrists out of his grip.

“Easy,” he cooed. “You’re not in danger.”

“Not yet,” Cole chimed in from behind him.

“You’re not helping,” Richard snapped at him.

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3 Stars for Sweetbreads and Sweet Nothings by Evelyn Esrig #MM #Horror

1.5

Title: Sweetbreads and Sweet Nothings
Author Name & Publisher: Evelyn Esrig (Dreamspinner Press)
Publication Date & Length: October 21, 2015 – 83 pgs

Synopsis

Bartender Lukas Schueller’s life in Berlin falls apart when his boyfriend, Bernhard, disappears without a trace. A year later Lukas is finally picking up the pieces of his life. He’s back on track with his Divinity studies and has found love again in Kristoph, a science professor at his University.

Things are looking up until the shocking truth about his former lover’s disappearance comes to light: Bernhard was killed and cannibalized by a man he met on the Internet. Even more horrifying, he volunteered for it. When Lukas receives graphic proof of this, he is haunted by grotesque dreams and unbearable heartbreak.

As he begins to wade into the mystery of why someone would choose to be eaten by someone else, he comes face to face with what it means to confront his own fears and must try to build a new life with Kristoph from the ashes of the old.

A Bittersweet Dreams title: It’s an unfortunate truth: love doesn’t always conquer all. Regardless of its strength, sometimes fate intervenes, tragedy strikes, or forces conspire against it. These stories of romance do not offer a traditional happy ending, but the strong and enduring love will still touch your heart and maybe move you to tears.

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ThreeStar

So I went into this book expecting something different then what you get with this book.. Okay I will say I love horror movies and have seen all of the Hannibal Lector movies so when I tell you this believe me this is the way I felt after reading this. There is a point in a book especially in a horror book to me at least that it can be too graphic. Well the part when he watches he boyfriend that disappeared being eaten alive and it goes into every single detail to the point that I had to stop reading because once you have read something it is in your head which would explain why I am sitting here crying while writing this because what happened was horrible and I could have done without all the details of what happened for the rest of my life! Why would you ever want to see a video like that especially when it was someone you loved!!! I just can’t understand that at all… So being a horror fan I will say this was to much for me and that is saying a lot.  I would not call this a romance as much as a very graphic horror novel with a little romance mixed in. Now I thought the author did a excellent job explaining how Lukas worked through everything that had happened so please don’t get me wrong I just honestly wish I could unread that part and seriously think this book should come with a warning on just how graphic it really is. I felt like the author did a good job explaining the emotional aspect of what Lukas was going through. I also got were the author was going with this book but all I was left with after reading this was you could never make me understand why one man would want another too eat him.  I did not feel like Lukas really got very far working through anything if anything I thought watching everything he did and talking to the man that had done this horrible thing had made everything worse. I honestly don’t know what else to say about this book other than I really wish I would have not read that part and I could have gone through the rest of my life without all those vivid details.  So I will give this 3 stars because  got what the author was trying to have come across in this book with the emotional aspect of trying to work through losing someone you loved in such a horrible way but because of the graphic details and a lot of unanswered questions I have to say this book was just not for me……

Kara

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4 Stars for New Release: Devil’s Jawbone by BJ Sheppard #MM #Horror @bj_sheppard

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Title: Devil’s Jawbone
Author Name: BJ Sheppard
Publication Date & Length: October 31, 2015 – 50,000 Words

Synopsis

As night descends on the town of Devil’s Jawbone, no one is safe. The veil between the living and the dead is at its thinnest, and the darkest side of human nature is boiling to the surface. The supernatural and the natural are colliding, and in this sleepy town, the bump in the night is taking human form. Innocence will be lost; the villain will become the victor; spirits will rise and Satan himself will come to town.

In an eerie collection of short speculative fiction, author BJ Sheppard will grab your imagination, bringing new life to the classic campfire tales synonymous with the scariest of occasions. Halloween will never be the same again.

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FourStars

So while I really liked this authors writing there were a few things that did not make sense to me in this book.
So I know it is a bunch of horror stories in one book all in this one town but the part I don’t get is all these murders are happening and I mean a lot but no one finds anything weird about it at all? No cops nothing.. There were also a few stories that left me feeling confused and few that were just to gory for even me. I guess from my stand point I wanted to know why all these people in this town were either serial killers or other monsters that go bump in the night. But because this book really did freak me out and I know I will not be going through any small towns at night now for awhile or feel comfortable shutting my lights of tonight lol I want to give this book 4 stars. I just needed a little bit more to understand why all these people in this small town were evil and crazy.

So all together I really did like most of these horror stories! This book is perfect for Halloween!

Kara

Excerpt

Janine Richards had been the first to see the body, arriving an hour early to train for that Friday’s track meet. Through the indigo rays of morning, she had expected peace and quiet but instead had been gifted with the body of the football team’s quarterback hanging from the centre bar of the goal post. The police had arrived after her frantic call and all the yellow tape in the world couldn’t stop the student body from stopping to share in the horror, the grief that had blanketed DJ High.

Riley fought his way through the crowd and stopped only when Logan’s body, still hanging one hour after its discovery, swung lazily on a gentle autumn breeze. His stomach lurched and his eyes prickled, yet he couldn’t peel them away.

What, only one day previously, had been a generally happy, albeit momentarily pissed, Logan Greenway was now reduced to a bloating blue-black sac of meat swaying from the goal that Riley himself had scored over several times at practice the night before. The soccer net around his neck had bitten bloodily into his neck, which was pitched at an awkward angle and coated with what looked like thick black paint under the gentle rays of morning sun. Riley fought the urge to run, closed his throat against the violent clench in his stomach that had only occurred before when he was sick, and turned from the body that was once his teammate.

Logan had not been suicidal, that much was the truth. He had been distracted, pissed at Coach for his harsh behavior, but Logan Greenway had been the boy who had it all. Nothing about his life had held a suggestion that things weren’t going exactly the way he wanted.

Riley thought to his own home life, to the secret of his father’s sudden departure that lingered on the tip of his tongue ready to be spilled. Everyone has a secret, he thought, playing nervously with the straps of his rucksack. But what was Logan’s?

It didn’t matter anymore. Logan Greenway was dead. And school was out for the day.

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4 and 3 Stars for Love is for the Living (Albion Rising Book 1) by Nicholas Kinsley #MM #Zombie @NicholasKinsley @ForbiddenFic

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Title: Love is for the Living (Albion Rising, Book 1)
Author Name & Publisher: Nicholas Kinsley (Forbidden Fiction)
Publication Date & Length: October 13, 2015 – 207 pgs

Synopsis

The zombies have arrived, and Blaine needs to escape. He’d always thought of his London neighborhood as a place of safety, but then his infected neighbors tried to eat him. Blaine packed a bag and fled through growing numbers of shambling, voracious monsters–people, he had to remind himself, they’re people–toward his family in Bristol. He would surely have died without the turn of luck that brought him Commander Andrew Peterson. Together, they face the horrors and adversities of the apocalypse, trying to protect their loved ones, and—if they’re lucky—find love for themselves.

Review

FourStars

I love a good zombie story with the heros falling in love and having to fight their way through the zombie apocalypse. Albion Rising is a good one. It wasn’t complex, but it kept me entertained and reading it straight through. The author is talented, he knows how to draw a reader in and make them invest in the characters survival and developments.
Blaine started out as a real weakling, but thanks to a lethal old man who trained him for 2 months, he became stronger. I’m glad the author didn’t turn him from a weakling to instant Rambo in 5 seconds. LOL. It took 2 months for him to become an expert shooter and zombie killer, but he was still a skinny, 19 year old kid trying to survive. He still felt fear so it made him realistic and human.
Andrew was already a warrior when the zombie infection started. He was a marine and had the chance to get away, but he stayed. Unfortunately, he wasn’t very popular with the civilians. His orders where to kill anyone and anything that tried to get on the military base and he followed orders. Months later, he leaves to find his sister after his lover and best friend dies in his arms. it was really sad.
I like how the author didn’t make Andrew so macho. In the beginning, it was like Andrew was cold and heartless, but he broke down and cried. He tried to fight his feeling for Blaine, but there was a good reason for it.
This isn’t a book with a lot of sex, there’s only like 2 scenes but it was enough. Made the book more realistic. Props to Kinsley and I can’t wait for book 2. I gave this story 4 STARS instead of 5 just because someone died at the end that I didn’t want to die (GRRR), and there were really slow moments with the characters doing nothing.
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ThreeStar

Okay I will be the first to admit I love all things Zombies which is really weird I know because I used to not watch Zombie movies due to the fact they used too freak me out lol.  Then Walking Dead happened and that was all she wrote now I am a huge fan.  So I will say that I loved the zombie part of this book but everything else was just okay.  Let me tell you why..
The angst between the two MC’s was kind of ridiculous.  There was so much back and forth between Andrew and Blaine it seriously started giving me a headache.  Andrew was a huge jerk which I could call him something else but trying not to swear in this review.  There was no way I would ever even with him being the last man on earth, ever hook up with him with the way he talked to Blaine.  Then there was Blaine and the way he followed him around like a little puppy which made me want to yell into the book get some self confidence and move on already.
Yes I know Andrew lost a lot of people he cared for but so did everyone else and you did not see anyone treating everyone like crap like he treat Blaine.  By the time they finally got together I was honestly over it and more interested in the zombie part of the book then anything else.  I really like were the author was going with this book and the writing I just did not like the two MC’s at all…
Kara

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