Half a Million Dead Cannibals

Kari Gregg
Half a Million Dead Cannibals
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Loose Id
Release Date
March 2013
Action/Adventure Romance, Erotic Romance, Horror Romance, LGBTQ, Paranormal Romance

All that's keeping Riley from the man he's falling in love with is the ruins of a city filled with half a million dead cannibals.

Strangers, Riley and Graham sheltered together in a basement storage unit when the zombie outbreak slammed into the world three months ago. They lived through the first blast of the plague, but they may not last much longer among survivors scrambling for dwindling resources. They agree to hike from the city and to the safety of the mountains.

They don't count on the storm they hoped would cover their exit developing into a Nor'easter, though, and they sure don't think their visibility will shrink so badly that they'll have to hike into the leading edge of a zombie swarm, either. In the chaos of escaping the ravenous horde, they are separated, with Graham racing toward feral dog packs to the east and Riley sprinting to hostile survivors hunting them to the west.

Nobody said finding and keeping a quality guy (alive) during the apocalypse would be easy.

Book Review by BookAddict (reviewer)
Jul 01, 2013   [ OFFICIAL REVIEW ]
216 people found the following review helpful
Zombies and romance don't usually go together. Yet Ms. Gregg does it again with hot m/m romance in a post-apocalyptic world. Riley and Graham are trapped together moderately safe from the zombies terrorizing the world. It's not only survival from these monsters, but against the elements and other survivors.

Ms. Gregg creates a desolate world which is reminiscent of the Walking Dead. Except this story is much better and a whole lot hotter. Riley fortunately found Graham who is a former military man. Between the two of them, they survived pretty well. In order to survive, they will need to leave the city.

This short story is a gripping tale of suspense as the two men depend on each other to make it out alive. It's also a story of romance between a sweet gay male and bisexual male. Their blossoming romance is fraught with peril. Ms. Gregg writes the sexual tension so well. Both her characters are endearing and makes the reader root for both their survival and new love. The conflicts in the tale also add an element of suspense and thrill.

This story is recommended to m/m romance lovers who enjoy a scary world filled with cannibalistic zombies.
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