Love is for the Living? Yeah It’s a catchy title but it had a lot of trouble throughout the book. Blaine was a likable character and he learned to survive during the zombie apocalypse and survive well. Now Andrew was a bit unlikable with his guilt ridden attitude, it was a little wearing. And his push pull with Blaine was wearing. I know love is blind sometimes but Blaine deserved better than a half way relationship that the story had.
Because I like Zombie stories I'll recommend this one for that alone.
The zombies have arrived, and Blaine needs to escape. He'd always thought of his London neighborhood as a place of safety, but then his infected neighbors tried to eat him. Blaine packed a bag and fled through growing numbers of shambling, voracious monsters--people, he had to remind himself, they're people--toward his family in Bristol. He would surely have died without the turn of luck that brought him Commander Andrew Peterson. Together, they face the horrors and adversities of the apocalypse, trying to protect their loved ones, and—if they’re lucky—find love for themselves.