February 23, 2015

Review: LOVE AND DECAY: Season 3, Epi 6 by Rachel Higginson

Title: LOVE AND DECAY: Season 3, Epi 6

Author: Rachel Higginson

Source: eARC from author for review

Zombies- as if that wasn’t enough to ruin any girl’s dream of a happily ever after.

Get Page back.

That’s the only thing Reagan and her friends can focus on, but that is not the only problem facing them.

While new allies provide valuable assistance, the outside world still threatens to tear this group apart. Finding the youngest Parker is their top priority, but danger lurks behind every corner and there are rumors that Matthias has made it to Mexico.

Reagan will have to find a way to save Page and keep the rest of her enemies at bay long enough to find safety. Or is that only a myth?

The help they have raises concerns and the help they need comes from a very unexpected place.

Love and Decay, Episode Six is the sixth episode in Season Three of a novella series in a Dystopian Romance about Zombies, the end of the world and finding someone to share it with.

This story takes place over multiple episodes, with a release date every two weeks. Approximately 20,000 words.

My take...
Given Reagan and the Parker's past, you'd be weary too of just about anyone offering a helping hand. Usually the person on the other end of said hand is someone wanting to either kill or eat them. Yes, eat them. {Blech!} But when there is no other option but to accept the help from some American missionaries, they go with it. Hoping against hope it is not a bad choice.

The last couple of episodes have been rather lacking when it comes to zombies. I don't like that. But what I do like is the interaction between Reagan and Hendrix we got to witness. In the last episode, Hendrix was bound and determined not to trust Reagan ever again. But this time, there seems to be some hope that maybe he is changing his mind. That I do like. A lot. That is all that I am saying about that. Let's hope that it ends up working out for them both in the end.

I gotta give mad props to Higginson for making this a stellar season. I am amazed at her imagination with everything that has happened in just 6 short episodes. So much has happened and we still have a ways to go. And like I said in my last review of epi 5, so much can wrong...and from the way this one ended...so much WILL go wrong. 5 Man o' Man Stars

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