(Club Zombie Book 3)
By Z. Allora
Zombies suck—but they’re not after brains! These zombies are young, hot, and looking for their mates.
Cassidy Frost, who writes everyone else’s happily ever after, has all but lost hope he’ll ever find his own. Every night he’s sucked until his jaw hurt, praying for his other half more out of habit than faith his mate is out there. Life has never been kind so he doesn’t dare hope fate will simply drop his mate into his lap.
Erick McGrath learned how cruel and short life could be when he lost his brother. Despite his parents’ toxic attitude, Erick decides to take steps in accepting his nonbinary gender identity. Going to Club Zombie’s Drag Night is his first attempt at embracing his new grasp at freedom. A stumble lands him into the arms of an angel, but he knows better than to believe in something that good.
Both of them seem to be each other’s dream come true, but Cassidy and Erick will have to take risks to have what they desire.
(Zombies Coming is part of the Club Zombie series but can be read as a standalone for a perfectly happy and satisfying ending.)
This is a sexy happily ever after with much lighthearted fun. Zombies suck… but mine swallow.
🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 4.75 stars
🔥🔥🔥 Heat Level: 3.75
Beautiful inclusive story! This was something special for me.
I loved the gender-fluid and non-binary elements and characters in this story and even if you don’t like Zombies or those elements this story is still so wonderful. I love the inclusivity and Z’s approach to some truths faced by enby and gender fluid people, even from fellow LGBTQ+ peers. I loved how Z approached Cassidy’s gender fluidity and how his mind worked with regards to gender. I could totally relate and I loved that! You can tell this is a topic close to Z’s heart and extensive research and care were taken when approaching all these elements are so well done and done with so much love.
I also loved the unique take on Zombies! Added unique humor to the story and adds a good bit of fun. I loved the “age gap” and good old 80s elements too. I haven’t read any of the other stories and I didn’t feel like I was missing out on anything. I liked the true mates’ element too and the way the poor Zombies had to find their mates was unique and a bit hilarious. I loved learning more about gender fluidity and non-binary in this setting and while the story deals with some harsh realities these minorities face, I loved that it helped me get a better understanding of the differences between these two genders and truly helped me understand my own gender fluidity a little better.
I loved this story for many reasons and the added zombies were the icing on the gender non-conforming cake! Thanks, Z for such inclusive stories!!! A great bit of fun!!
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About the Author:
Z. Allora believes in happily ever afters for everyone. She met her own true love through the personals and has traveled to over thirty countries with him. She’s lived in Singapore, Israel and China. Now back home to the USA she’s an active member of PFLAG and a strong supporter of those on the rainbow in her community. She wants to promote understanding and acceptance through her actions and words. Writing rainbow romance allows her the opportunity to open hearts and change minds.
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