At the moment I’m into Zombies big time and I did enjoy Patient Z a lot. The setting and back ground were well done. I liked the chemistry and heat between Cal and Mitch even though Mitch was very wary of Cal most of the book. He did come around and the attraction though started off just for satisfaction for the two men. But then it turned into the real thing. The interaction of Cal and the other survivors added to the stress of their situation, it also added to the storyline. I'm gladly recommending Patient Z for those who like Zombie books. It’s a good read.
When the Zombie Apocalypse hit Mitch Kennedy (Police Officer) didn't know what to do. Most of his friends disappeared and he was alone. When he found other survivors he knew that he was meant to protect them with his life. Then Cal Richardson showed up in an abandoned boat to complicate things for Mitch. Mitch resented Cal's presence. The attraction he felt for Cal made him wary, because of past experiences. But Cal himself hadn't planned on staying around with the other survivors either. The pull he found with Mitch was not a wanted thing. Cal wasn't one to stay in one place for too long and he knew getting involved with Mitch would be a bad idea. When things starting happening with raiders Cal knew he had to help if he could.
Can Call overcome his wandering ways to stay and be with Mitch or will he stay long enough to help the others survive in the Zombie infested landscape?
Two years ago the zombie apocalypse wiped out the world police officer Mitch Kennedy had a role in. But he's found a way to continue doing his duty, serving as guardian of a small community of survivors, living in the safest place they can find. When the group takes in Cal Richardson, Mitch can't help but be attracted to the first available--and incidentally, gorgeous--man to cross his path in months.
Mitch and Cal can't resist each other physically, but each man tries to hold back his emotions. Though he's strong on the outside, Mitch is too badly hurt inside to risk more pain. Cal's very sure he won't stay for long. He's been a drifter all his life and it came naturally to him to survive alone after civilization fell. He's sure this is a temporary stopover for him. He has no intention of becoming emotionally involved with a cop who is certain to despise Cal when he learns the truth about him.
But the longer Cal stays the stronger his urge to run, but the harder it becomes to give up the safety of the community and his new friends. The harder it becomes to give up Mitch.