So his eyes are freaky, the rest of him is Grade A Prime. When Greyson drops in on scientist Daria's rooftop he finds way more than he bargained for. He was looking to warn those still in the city of an oncoming pack of zombies and instead found a woman trying to save the rest of humanity. As this self-isolated warrior falls hard things happen quickly as Daria recognizes the signs in Greyson and her analytical mind starts running riot. If the world can be saved, might he be the answer?
Loved both characters as they were strong and not the whiny type; you know what I mean. Greyson has a unique advantage and uses it to save others, all while paying the price of those he saves being terrified of him. Daria too is a hero and desperately craves some human contact and companionship. As these two fall in love, the world continues to fall apart. If you've interested in reading this book you are most likely a fan of the genre; I liked this slightly optimistic scenario. With a slightly fairytale ending (that I appreciated) this story kept moving, showed the majority of humanity are selfish idiots, and that love can survive even the zombie apocalypse. What's not to like?
Strong, sexy and powerful... the kind of man every woman wants in her life and in her bed. But these men are more. Oh, so much more.
Greyson Foster has lived an isolated life since the outbreak. Humans are afraid of him. The ravenous undead ignore him. He doesn't know what he is anymore, but one thing is certain - his attraction to the beautiful and sexy scientist occupying an abandoned laboratory is undeniably human.
Daria Mason didn't leave town when the survivors fled or died. Her work on a vaccine for the Anthropophagus virus is too important. But when the handsome and mysterious Grey arrives to warn her about a pack of zombies heading her way, she finds her heart racing with desire, not fear.
When she discovers that Grey might be the key to a vaccine, there's no time to waste. The Pack has arrived...hopefully it isn't too little, too late.