Review: Half a Million Dead Cannibals
Half a Million Dead Cannibals by Kari Gregg
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
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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