Saturday, October 15, 2011

Review of Lust After Death by Daisy Harris

Format: Kindle Edition
File Size: 200 KB
Publisher: Ellora's Cave (July 8, 2011)
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services
Language: English
Lending: Enabled

Book courtesy of Daisy Harris and The BSP tours

In the Pacific Northwest, where life hurries to keep pace with technology, a re-animated bride named Josie struggles to escape her creator.

Assassin Bane Connor wants to get the girl to the Zombie Underground and receive his payoff—a mental reset that will erase his memories as well as his guilt. But an attack by a rival faction derails his rescue, and the wide-eyed female ignites desire like he’s never known.

The newborn stein needs touch to live,and wanting her is a complication Bane doesn’t need. The last thing a killer wants is a his lover who can read his thoughts, but if Josie can love him the way he’s programmed, perhaps Bane can find a way to heal his past.

This book is a very quick read which I enjoyed very much. To be honest I haven't read any books with Zombies as the main paranormal character and I found it quite refreshing and nice change a pace.

Bane is an assassin sent to rescue Josie and bring her to the Zombie Underground to be reprogrammed. Bane is my type of hero though I never thought a Zombie could be sexy but Daisy does a great job in convincing me Zombies can be. He is determined to be reprogrammed or reset until Josie finds his way into his heart.

Josie I enjoyed as a lead female character, though innocent which I find very amusing for some things she doesn't understand or what certain things mean. That leads for some very hot steamy action.

If you haven't read any books with Zombies, I urge you to give this book a try. It has plenty of action and loads of steamy action with a bit of romance mixed in. Daisy Harris is a new author for me and after reading Lust After Death, I am eager to read other works by her.



miki said...

Really i'm sorry it a kindle version...seems so good so i hope it will be in print version one day ( preferably soon)


Anonymous said...

Thanks for the review! And Miki- I'm hoping the series will come out as an anthology in print. Each book is a novella, so too short for print. But 3-4 together would be a great book!

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