Date read: November 1, 2016
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A girl's got to have priorities, even in the zombie apocalypse, including, but not limited to:Thoughts on Desperate Measures: Things I love: Tales of survival during the zombie apocalypse and Staci Hart. BOOM! We have a winner!
1) Cheese Doodles
2) Trusty dog
3) Swedish porn
Annie's survived for two years all by herself. But what she finds when she finally leaves her shelter is better than all of the above.
The is a short and sweet little story (and not sweet in the sweet-sweet way, sweet in we get straight to business way. Well, kinda. I mean, Annie TRIED to get straight to business, but her batteries weren't cooperating. It's funny. I promise. And given that the lady's been alone for 2 years, the most highly probable scenario EVER.)...Good gravy, I lost my original train of thought.
Anyway. A woman who needs a reason to rejoin what's left of society meets a man I found ADORABLE in his earnestness. Beck was just so darn happy to have access to the things Annie offered him. It was sweet. Really sweet.
I'd love to see the continuing adventures of Annie and Beck. You know, as they adapt to the different changes they're facing. Living with someone after so long alone (for both of them) would be a challenge. Plus, what happens when the Cheese Doodles run out? GIVE US MORE, HART!