Tuesday, November 5, 2013

Sing for the Dead by P.J. Schnyder [Review]

Sing for the Dead (London Undead #2) by P.J. Schnyder
Format: ebook
Source: provided by Carina Press through NetGalley
Date read: October 27, 2013

London Undead
1. Bite Me
2. Sing for the Dead - Kindle
3. Survive to Dawn

P.J. Schnyder
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Synopsis (Goodreads):
Kayden, a lone were-leopard allied with the London werewolf pack to keep the zombie infestation in check, is used to working solo—until he discovers a beautiful fae woman surrounded by the aftermath of battle. He’s immediately drawn to Sorcha, but quickly discovers she’s much more than a pretty face.

Half Bean Sidhe and half berserker, Sorcha trained over centuries to become the perfect warrior. She agrees to work with local weres to investigate a new type of zombie capable of coordinated attacks—and is partnered with Kayden. He’s strong, darkly handsome and completely unafraid of her. And his kiss fills her with insatiable desire instead of bloodlust.

As Kayden and Sorcha work together, their attraction grows and their deepest scars are bared to each other. But with the force behind the deadly new zombies poised to overwhelm the city, Sorcha can only pray that the next time her bloodlust strikes, Kayden isn’t among the fallen…
Thoughts on Sing for the Dead: Zombies, shapeshifters and dark, dark magic. I'm blissing out over here. Why? Because ALL those things make my heart go pitter-patter. Throw in some animal attraction and a few rounds of sexy times and I'm a happy girl. For the record, this book has a glut of these things. Thus, I am happy.

We get some huge answers to some of the events that came up in book 1. Kayden and Sorcha use their respective supernatural abilities to figure things out and get to the bottom of the craziness. This happens as Kayden finds himself becoming more and more protective of his little fae and Sorcha is itching to get out and let her bloodlust take out a big portion of the zombies.

Just remember, coming down off an adrenaline high makes people frisky. *wink wink*

I'm in love with the whole world here. From the zombies to the dark magic controlling them to the lengths the heroes will go to protect those around them. The guilt they feel for those they couldn't save works, too. Let's face it, when zombies are on the prowl, you can't save everyone. Even if you're a badass shapeshifter.

I'm loving everything going on here and I can't wait for the next book.

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