Sunday, February 7, 2010

My Zombie Valentine

My Zombie Valentine My Zombie Valentine by Katie MacAlister



My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I usually have a love/hate relationship with anthologies. When I saw this one I couldn't resist my zombie love is too strong!! :)



Bring Out Your Dead by Katie Macallister:



This story had a great start zombie(sorry! revenat) counsler Ysabelle leaves for a lucrative tutoring session and finds her self facing Demons,a dangerous little boy called damian and her possible vampire soulmate! I became a little lost in the middle of this story, The zombies kind of took a back seat to the boloved/soulmate theme with the exception of a few great zombie oneliners. The universe Ysabelle inhabits is interesting but very established and unfamiliar to me since I haven't read any other of Katie's books.



Gentlemen Prefer Voodoo by Angie Fox



This was my favorite story in the book and a great example of how well a story can work in an anthology.



Amie is the magical propriter of a magic shop called vodoo works. She spends her days sharing her gifts with unsuspecting shoppers and her nights alone. She casts a powerful spell and literally unearths the handsome Dante Monttenegro who shows up at her dorstep wearing nothing more than a smile. Dante and Amie are wonderful characters strong willed and very well matched. This story captured my intreat and made me very interested in reading more from Angie Fox.



Zombiewood Confidential by Marianne Mancus

Scarlet is a struggling Hollywood make up artist who gets the chance to work on a romote island shoot of the latest zombie flick by director Romeo George (great play on words!) add her celebrity crush Mason Marks and zombies and you get a fun hollywood spoof.



Every Part of You by Lisa Cach

Angelica is visiting her rooomates new boss for some minor plastic surgey on some acne scars and falls into the sorid plans of Dr Velazquez. This story had some very funny elements, Zombies who crave caaaarbbss! :) and also one very hot love scene!



A bit of a mixed bag in this book but also so very enjoyable moments.









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