Sunday, January 17, 2016

Book Review: Love & Decay Volume 2 - The Love and Decay Series


Zombies- as if that wasn’t enough to ruin any girl’s dream of a happily ever after. 
A lot has changed for Reagan in the few months since she stumbled upon the Parker family. 
More specifically, Reagan fell in love with Hendrix Parker, a man determined to protect her. 

While the undead haunt their newfound happiness, Matthias Allen and his obsessive son, Kane, remind Reagan and friends that Zombies aren’t the only evil lurking in this post-apocalyptic world. Kane is on a mission to make Reagan his. He wants nothing more than to take her back to The Colony, where his father reigns as a tyrannical overlord and Kane is second in command. 
While Tyler and Miller Allen adjust to life with the Parkers, the group finds refuge at an isolated settlement that promises sanctuary and community. 

But is anything truly safe at the end of the world? 
Love and Decay, Volume Two, is a compilation of the last six episodes in Season One. This volume includes a bonus episode from Hendrix Parker’s point of view. It is a Dystopian Romance Novella Series about Zombies, the end of the world and finding someone to share it with.

My Review

This is the second book in the first season. It is written by Rachel Higginson and is 375 pages long.

Reagan, Haley, and the Parkers are surviving well, until they go to an abandoned farm house to meet Miller. They go to the Colony to rescue Tyler, when they get kidnapped. Reagan has an admirer, Kane, brother of Miller and Tyler. He locks her up and wants her to be his. Tyler helps them escape the horrid colony. While they keep surviving, the romance between Reagan  and Hendrix becomes more. But, will they be safe for long? With Kane and Matthias searching for them and the continuous threat of zombies. One good settlement is attacked and Kane is left with Reagan. Will Reagan or Kane survive?

I loved this book, as well. There was lots of humor and some romance. The reason I didn't give it 5 stars was because close to the end, there was a mild scene. It is still considered YA, though. I have the whole second season and I'm excited to read it. This is a book series that I would reread again and again. This is a great book and I can't wait to read more. 

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