Thursday, July 3, 2014

Requiem for Humanity by Joseph Sweet 4 Stars!

Book One follows groups of survivors trying to make it in the new world against increasingly overwhelming odds.

But things are changing.

The zombies are evolving, becoming smarter, and regaining their former sentience.

Humans, just barely managing to scrape by as it is - struggling to hold on to hope where there may no longer be any - will soon have to face a more horrifying and disheartening realization.

This world belongs to the dead now.

And there may soon be no place for the last remnants of the human race in the sprawling graveyard that the earth has become.


Requiem for Humanity was a great book! 

 I'm pretty new to reading zombie books but this one is one of the best in the bunch I've read.  

The only thing I disliked was the beginning.  I felt there was not enough of a back story for the beginning, I felt I was thrown into a story instead of slowly entering the tale. 

 Other than that this was a phenomenal read and I'd recommend it to any of my fellow readers!

Latimer's Law by Mel Sterling 5 Stars!



Stealing a pickup truck, newly widowed Abby McMurray hopes to escape her abusive brother-in-law. But the vehicle's owner and his attack dog halt her plans. She knows she's made a terrible mistake. Yet there's something tender about the stranger that makes her feel safe. 

K-9 deputy Cade Latimer senses Abby isn't a criminal. And when he sees her bruises, he knows she's running from someone. Physically and emotionally scarred from a botched investigation, Cade has his own demons. Yet he can't resist protecting the gentle woman who's capturing his heart. But little do they know, Abby's brother-in-law will go to any lengths to track Abby down….


Another phenomenal Harlequin book!  Mel Sterling outdid herself with this book. 

It has great elements of humor and action to keep you flipping the pages.  I adore the way this book started, it had me on the edge of my seat wondering what was going on and as it went on it just kept getting better. 

If there was one thing I would have changed though it would be a slower build up to the romance part of the book.  All in all though this book was great!