Undead Love: Not Alone

You know how much I adore a good zombie book, and I was very pleased when Lee Sutherland send me the second book in his Undead Love Series, Undead Love: Not Alone. Each novel can be read as a standalone, but if you’d like to start with the first book, you can read my review of it here! BTW, it’s on sale for .99 for a limited time!


Heat Level:♥♥♥

Overall Rating: 6/6 Glass Slippers

Genre: Horror Romance

The world as we know it is over. A sickness has spread that brings the deal to life and creating an army that kills on sight. Conner has seen, firsthand, how it feels to loose a loved one, only to see them return as less than human. This is why he will do anything in his power to keep his brother Phil from harm.

Juliet only has her dad, Cedric, to turn to when the undead begin their attack. They find sanctuary with a band of survivors, but when Juliet and Cedric find that evil comes in many forms, they flee their “safe haven” and find refuge in Conner’s home. But when Conner and Juliet being to grow closer, the forces outside come to call, both the living and the dead.


As with the first book, Undead Love, this was written in dual POV, and was very easy to follow. It was shorter than a traditional novel, but I didn’t find it off putting, nor was it rushed. Sutherland puts enough imagery in his work to give you the creepy, crawling, feel a horror novel needs and adds some romance to break up the dread. I also always find it interesting when the acts of man are more violent and terrible than the “monsters”. Overall, I found this an enjoyable, heart pounding, read and suggest this book to fans of The Walking Dead and any other action-filled series.



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