My Zombie Valentine Katie McCalister, Angie Fox, Marianne Mancusi, and Lisa Cach

My Zombie Valentine

By: Katie MacAlister, Angie Fox, Marianne Mancusi, Lisa Cach
Genres: Paranormal Romance
Pages: 360
Series: Dark Ones #4.5
My Zombie Valentine Katie McCalister, Angie Fox, Marianne Mancusi, and Lisa Cach

Four women who are about to dig up the truth!

Tired of boyfriends who drain you dry? Sick of guys who stay out all night howling at the moon? You can do better. Some men want you not only for your body, but your brains. Especially your brains.
It's true! There are men out there who care--early-rising, down-to-earth, indefatigable men who'll follow you for miles. They'll take the time to surprise you, over and over. One sniff of that perfume, and you'll have to use a shotgun to fight them off. And then, once you get together, all they want is to share a nice meal. And another. And another.

Romeo and Juliet, eat your hearts out.

"Bring Out Your Dead" by Katie MacAlister
"Gentlemen Prefer Voodoo" by Angie Fox
"Zombiewood Confidential" by Marianne Mancusi
"Every Part of You" by Lisa Cach

Also by this author: The Accidental Demon Slayer, The Dangerous Book for Demon Slayers (Demon Slayer, #2), A Tale of Two Demon Slayers (Demon Slayer, #3)

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My Zombie Valentine is a book of 4 stories by 4 different authors. Each one is fun and unique in its own way. The zombies in this book are definitely not your stereotypical idea of zombies. They are all just…different.


I really liked the non-traditional take on zombies that each of these stories uses. It was something I had not experienced before and enjoyed it very much. Each of these authors has a great way of writing their stories that make them seem so relatable.


I don’t think I’ve ever read a book with 4 stories by 4 authors where I liked them all the same. I really liked every one of them. There is usually one in the bunch that just isn’t up to the same quality or interest level as the others, but I didn’t find that in this book. Each story is perfectly paced and gets right down to business.


I recommend this book to anyone looking for non-traditional zombie stories that aren’t gory and has mild romance.

5 fangs


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