Monday, February 17, 2014

Soon To Be Blogged...

I haven't had any time to finish the books I've started reading, let alone blog the ones I have finished! A few are super fun and maybe too hot book bundles, and others are ARCs I've been given. It's probably not a good thing that instead of blogging, I'm getting distracted by other websites. :P I'll try to not make it a habit! But anyways here are the books I'll be blogging soon. Maybe this weekend.....


Don't miss out on this steamy, collection of ten romantic comedies by some of today's most popular New York Times, USA Today, and Amazon bestselling authors!

Let yourself be carried away by ten dreamy men- including a sexy bounty hunter, a hot undercover agent, a yummy caterer, a dashing Frenchman, and even a handsome fairy tale prince. Their stories of love and passion will tickle your funny bone and melt your heart.

This exclusive 10-book set includes two full-length novels and eight novellas. If you need a break from dark, damaged heroes and the women who love them, this collection is for you!

Jenny Rockfort, Secret Undercover Stripper by Aubrey Rose:
Sassy, spunky Jenny Rockfort just moved back to Las Vegas, and when her old high school crush offers her a gig as a undercover agent at a strip club, she jumps all over it... and him.

Gents 4 Ladies by Dez Burke:
When Tiana hires a male escort for a wedding, she's expecting dinner and nothing more. Unfortunately, Jordan, an investment banker, thinks he's expected to deliver the whole "package."

Shades of Pearl by Arianne Richmonde:
A beautiful forty-year-old career woman who has given up on love. A twenty-five-year-old French, social-media billionaire with a dark past. Jump aboard Pearl and Alexandre's passionate roller coaster ride of sex, lies, heartache, and love.

Catch You if I Can by Marian Tee:
If Ianne wasn't such a coward, maybe she could've been a cheerleader in high school. Maybe her dad would know she was his daughter, not his son. And maybe, she could've stopped Alex Rockford, her best friend and the hottest cover model for National Geographic, from leaving her for another girl.

Dewitched by Nelle L'Amour writing as E.L. Sarnoff:
What if the Evil Queen from Snow White was sent to rehab for her addiction to beauty and given a second chance at happily ever after? Wickedly funny and darkly shocking, Dewitched will make you see the evil legend in a new light as she rewrites her life.

Truth or Dare by Adriana Hunter:
Behind the microphone, radio disc jockey Wendy Jackson can be anything she wants to be, and her plus size frame simply doesn't matter. That is until the day when a caller from her past phones in asking her to dinner and she is forced to make a decision. Should she take a chance on love and dare to believe that anything is possible?

The Bounty Hunter and the Girl from the Coffee Shop by Terry Towers:
Bounty Hunter, Lincoln Kyle, has a rule - don't get emotionally involved with his bounties. But his attraction for Angelique and her claims of being framed has him bending his rules for her as he fights his sense of duty with his developing feelings for her.

Playing House by Abi Aiken:
Bookstore owner Lucy is still hurting from her ex's cheating ways when her housemate drops another bombshell. She's moving out, and taking her weekly rent money with her. To help pay the bills Lucy reluctantly allows the crazy-gorgeous Mark to move in. What will happen when their mutual attraction collides with Lucy's trust issues?

Sweet for You by Harper Ashe:
When handsome, brooding billionaire Stephen Blake hires cute and curvy Abby Branson to help him launch a new line of gourmet diet desserts, he soon discovers that she's more delicious than anything his company creates!

That Man by Nelle L'Amour:
When newly engaged Jennifer McCoy loses her job in children's television, she ends up working for a porn channel, not knowing that her sexy new boss, Blake Burns, is the man she kissed blindfolded in a game of truth or dare.


6 never-before-bundled novels and one bonus novella from New York Times Bestselling Author, Marian Tee.

Say hello to the Three Pussketeers, a trio of European billionaires made notorious by their legendary exploits in the bedroom. Powerful, gorgeous, wealthy, and arrogant, they think they can seduce women into doing their every bidding. Lose yourself in their stories as these alpha men find themselves inevitably falling for the trap of love as they find the women who want them only for their hearts.

In Chased, Courted, and Caged, the trilogy making up How Not to be Seduced by Billionaires. Romantic-at-heart Yanna Everleigh poses a challenge to her CEO Constantijin Kastein, who's also Netherland's #1 playboy. Court her the old-fashioned way or forget about her completely.

In When Fangirls Lie and When Fangirls Cry, the two novels making up How Not to be Sedcued by Rock Stars. Nerd-slash-fangirl Saffi March disguises herself as experienced groupie H (for "horny") in order to have one unforgettable weekend with Staffan Aehrenthal, a rockstar and also Sweden's #1 Sex God.

In How Not to be Seduced by Dukes, a twist of fate forced 18-year-old Mary Ashton to become the mistress of Rathe Wellesley, the Duke of Flanders and England's #1 Heartthrob.

In How Not to Marry a Billionaire, the question of marriage between Yanna and Constantijin threatens to tear the couple apart.

Indulge in nine scorching romances that will whisk you away from the winter chill... with steamy new adult, sexy billionaires, and alphas wielding ribbons and rope, these books by bestselling authors will take you someplace very hot indeed...

Hands on with the CEO by Cat Kalen
When a self conscious college sophomore take an au pair job in Greece, sitting for a gorgeous billionaire CEO, she knows he's just the guy to give her the sexual experience she's looking for. Too bad he's hands off. Or is he?

One Hot Winter Break by USA Today Bestselling Author Sharon Page
College student Mia Reynolds just broke up with her long-time boyfriend, Ryan, and gets an offer she can't refuse from billionaire's son Jonathan Powell: a week at an exotic resort. Jonathan's wicked games intrigue Mia. But ultimately, is it Jonathan she loves... or Ryan?

Something Borrowed by New York Times Bestselling Author Adriana Hunter
What do you do when the one man you were meant to be with already belongs to another?

For Dana Marshall, new wedding planner and curvy single, "always the bridesmaid, never the bride" is the story of her life. But when she is assigned to help manage a dream wedding for an important client, nothing can prepare her for the encounter with the insanely handsome groom...

Debt of Honor by New York Times Bestselling Author Opal Carew
Held captive by a domineering sheikh... and made to pay for a crime she didn't commit.

Angelica couldn't believe that hopping off a plane during a refueling stop to search for one-of-a-kind souvenirs could lead to so much trouble. Now she is detained in an exotic country by a devastatingly handsome sheikh... and ends up in his harem.

How to Train a Lover- A Savage Interactive by New York Times Bestselling Author Daire St. Denis
Tessa's off to spend some much needed R&R in the Greek Isles on the luxury yacht of playboy billionaire and sexual dominant, Alander Papadakis. However, when Alander breaks one of her golden rules, her holiday plans take a turn and she gets off- solo -to the island of Lesvos where she happens upon a mysterious young man from her past.

Vegas Heat by New York Times Bestselling Author Lauren Hawkeye
Anna Phillips and her husband Austin are in a marital rut. In a last ditch attempt to save their marriage, they decide to take a road trip. The destination? The Last Temptation Resort and Casino in Vegas... which is also a BDSM club... with an enticing stranger.

Breaking Free by USA Today Bestselling Author Cherise Sinclair
A submissive, Beth must yield to become aroused, but after a sadistic husband, she's too scared to give up control. The last thing she wants is a ruthless, powerful Dom. But that's just what she gets.

That One Time by New York Times Bestselling Author Marian Tee
23-year-old Ayah Chandler believes in love at first sight, and she should, since it only took that one time for her to fall head over heels for a man who looks like an angel but seduces like the devil.

Billionaire Nic de Koningh grew up trusting no one but himself, but all it took was that one time with the free-spirited Instagram-loving Ayah to question everything he believed and doesn't believe in.

As they meet once more in the exotic urban paradise of Hong Kong, Nic and Ayah finally have a chance to discover the answer to the burning question in their hearts.

Can love spring from a moment of connection or is it an illusion that will only scar them for eternity?
*I may or may not be a bit biased with some authors and their work... :P*

Think high school was complicated? Welcome to the after party! Filled with billionaires, pro athletes, a biker, a cop, a crown prince, and even a white knight or two, this collection gathers 12 of the hottest adult romance stories from New York Times, USA Today, and Nook and Kindle bestselling authors!

Saltwater Kisses by Krista Lakes
Winning an island vacation, Emma meets Mr. Right but bids him a bittersweet goodbye after a make-believe marriage. Shock follows when their picture hits the paper and she learns the man of her dreams is Jack Saunders, the world's most eligible billionaire.

Fight For You by Adriana Hunter
Born into a life of privilege, Angela is the girl least likely to capture street fighter and hustler Liam Cross's heart. Yet a chance encounter sparks an uncontrollable passion, until his past threatens to tear them apart and they must face their true nature and needs.

Sexting Curves by Christa Wick
When a cell phone skirmish with her best friend exposes Lillian's intense and very naughty crush on Major Jones, will the misdirected text turn fantasy to reality?

Skin Deep by Dez Burke
Hired to ease racing champion Shane Davis back into society after a crash left him disfigured, Angela is shocked by the hard want his simmering glances produce. Will the no-strings-attached affair convince them that booth beauty and scars are only skin deep?

This Crazy Little Thing by Tamryn War
When a wish has the original plain Jane waking in her coworker's size 2 body, she learns life for the perfectly proportioned isn't a fairytale-come-true... until she meets Jason Foxx, the billionaire ex-boyfriend to Jane's new body.

Tough to Love: Saving Avery by Ava Catori
Pro footballer Steel Brickman could be the white knight Avery needs to escape her troubled past, but her walls are tall and thick and the man is fierce. Will they find love or remain tangled in pain and desire?

Letting You In by Nora Flite
Leah wants to run from her past and every potential happily-ever-after. Instead, she runs straight into southerner Deacon Day. He talks like his mouth is full of syrup and smiles like every second is meant for laughter. Can he help Leah heal, or will she drag him down with her?

Mysterious Desire by Aphrodite Hunt
Working as a hotel maid to pay for college, Liz is seduced by a stranger at work. She doesn't expect to see him again, especially when she learns he is Crown Prince Alexander Vassar. Despite being engaged to another woman, Alex professes to desire only Liz. Is this true love or does Alex have an ulterior motive?

Stella & Dane by Deanna Roy
Stella wants to ditch her honky-tonk town when a brutally handsome stranger rides in on a motorcycle and their explosive love affair ignites disapproving locals. When a bar fight turns tragic, will the couple learn their love runs deeper than their reputations?

A World Away by Lila Lacroix
Sophie is getting over her ex with a semester abroad. But life and love in Paris are complicated. With her heart in danger of falling into the wrong hands again, will she choose local photographer Jacques or Philippe, the darkly attractive grad student with a turbulent past?

The Game of Love by Terry Towers
Facing eviction, Janelle signs up for a reality TV show. To claim the cash prize, she must fall in love- or at least convince the audience. Dedicated cop Mason Compton reluctantly agrees to appear on the same show. Can they find real love in a house of scandal, lies and sexy singles?

Unwillingly Yours by Marian Tee
Nerdy. Boring. Unavailable. 18-year-old Jaike Hepburn is happiest when those words are used- and they always are -to describe her. Anything is better than the truth... until she meets a billionaire heir who makes it impossible to deny her true self.

Gorgeous. Charming. Friendly. As part of both a business and political dynasty, 21-year-old Derek Christopoulos is used to living his life in the limelight, pretending to be the embodiment of a modern-day prince. Throughout his life, he's kept his secret side leashed, waiting patiently for that one girl who'd find pleasure in belonging to him, body and soul.

Even as the feelings he arouses in Jaike pushes her into the arms of his rival, Derek knows it's only a matter of time before the truth between them is laid bare.

She is his, and he is hers.


On the morning before her 67th death, it is business as usual for Jesse Sullivan: meet with the mortician, counsel soon-to-be-dead clients, and have coffee while reading the latest regeneration theory. Jesse dies for a living, literally. As a Necronite, she is one of the population's rare 2% who can serve as a death replacement agent, dying so others don't have to. Although each death is different, the result is the same: a life is saved, and Jesse resurrects days later with sore muscles, new scars, and another hole in her memory.

But when Jesse is murdered and becomes the sole suspect in a federal investigation, more than her freedom and sanity are at stake. She must catch the killer herself- or die trying.

Stories from the classroom! How do they survive? Whether student, teacher or parent they will have you laughing or crying! Waterloo Road or Grange Hill meet Gervase Phinn - well maybe! With over twenty years teaching experience behind him, GJ Griffiths has brought to the reader some of the stories about the children he taught, in this amusing and often poignant book. All through the book we are made aware of the joys and disappointments experience by their teachers, Mr. Jeffrey and his colleagues. With the ever-present controversy about changing the education system (again!) this is a timely-illustration of what is to be found in the classroom of the contemporary High School.


Jason Christakos is a Greek god, but more than that he's beautiful inside, someone who loves so fiercely and selflessly without expecting anything in return.

Jason is the man who saved me from self-destruction, the man who knows all my secrets, and now the man whose broken heart I ache to heal.

Jason does not see me as a woman, does not believe I can truly love him, and does not think he is capable of loving any other woman that the one he lost to his brother.

In an all-out bid to win his love, I accept Jason's challenge. For him to give me a chance to own his heart, he demands that I do everything he wants, and what he wants is for me to realize that someone out there is better for me.

Too late I realize that Jason also thinks someone out there is better for him- but it's not me... and it might never be me.

I'm so stoked to read Marian Tee's Jason and Keanne, I just one-clicked it. :P I'm a pretty cheap flip but I'd buy her books XD Annnnd now I've lost like, five hours that were scheduled for laundry and studying (damn I really thought I was a faster typer than that). Sigh. I seriously need to work on my time management and like, not fail out of college. T.T

If only there were more hours in the day...
Happy Reading!

Saturday, February 1, 2014

(W)REC(K) A BOOK: The Art of Loving a Greek Billionaire

Once upon a time, there was an ordinary girl who grew up listening to bedtime stories where there were no knights in shining armor or Prince Charming. Instead, it had Greek billionaires and this little girl dreamt she'd one day have Her Own Greek Billionaire to live happily ever after with.

When this little girl grew up, she found what she was looking for. He loved her, too, but the whole world did not approve.

This is my story.
I mean your story.
I mean, Mairi Tanner's story.

I received an ARC from the author in exchange for an honest review.

OH MY GOD?! Marian how could you end it like that????

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This one was the most intense. Mairi and Damen finally have their happily-ever-after, now that Damen's come to realize that he really loves her and doesn't think that she's some gold-digger, but the world is not happy, and they are out for blood.

True to their competitor's word, Mairi can't find any school to take her; she's been blacklisted. But most of all, she can't let anyone know what's been happening because if the world found out that she couldn't get a job, it'd be an embarrassment. And God knows Mairi would kill before letting Damen know (okay maybe not commit murder, but it's still very serious). However, Ms. Yay- as she was known at her last job -doesn't lie well, and it puts Damen on edge. Just what is his lover hiding?

That question plays on a lot of insecurities that he thought he'd ridden himself of, when he broke off his engagement to his competitor's daughter and proclaimed his love for Mairi within the same minute. But he brushes it off almost immediately, knowing that he cannot go down that dark path again if he wishes to keep her. However, incidents on poor Mairi's end keep popping up, and it only darkens his worry more until one day, he gets a two-thousand bill spent at a spa. From Mairi. And she keeps brushing off his small-worded concerns with light smiles and assurances that she's just fine and living the life of a billionaire's girlfriend, the life that he had always recommended she take but always felt reassured of her non gold-digger membership when she didn't.

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I really wish she'd told Damen, then. I'd have been more than happy to see that little weasel-dick straining in his ropes as he sinks to the bottom of the ocean! GRR--- *breathes* So that's why Damen got a two-thousand dollar bill, because she felt dirty and disgusting and tried to feel clean again. But she keeps it secret because she doesn't want him to kill the guy. And I'm so sad because it's here, when she starts acting weird (she's a really bad liar) that Damen starts having his insecurities come back. And. That's. Not. COOL!

Communication is KEY people! And hiding things from your significant other is never a good idea. Never ever ever ever!!! Why? Because if you keep secrets, your guy will think you're cheating on him and using his money as the gold-digger he always thought you were, and then the next thing you know, he'll be colder and meaner to you until one day he mistakes a meeting with another guy as a date and calls you a GOLD-DIGGING BITCH WHO JUMPS BILLIONAIRES AFTER SHE DRAINS THEM!!!!!

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The point is, secrets kept in the hopes of saving your loved one from pain only gives them MORE pain. But you know what?! I'm sick of DAMEN!!!! I was so pissed at him when I got to the ending. He mistook a dinner between friends (well, 'friends' to Mairi) for her cheating on him with another billionaire, and after an old high school nemesis (where the hell did this bitch come from???) gives him a printed out blog of Mairi's old diary with plans on getting her Greek Billionaire, he lets his insecurities fuse with his darkest fear and has them jump to the conclusion that because his business is being attacked by their competitor, she's abandoning ship and trying to snag another billionaire. I- what?

*He thinks that because his stocks are going down, he thinks she thinks he's getting poorer, and therefore needs to go get another billionaire who isn't going broke.*

And this dude is nothing but PRIDEFUL- guy's Greek and rich! -so that one assumption pushes him off the deep end and he waits until she's sleeping and comfortable before he tells his housekeepers to throw her out. Just like that! And then when she refuses to leave until he himself says so, he pops up from one of the rooms and yells at her right there! He calls her a gold-digging bitch, a liar and sore mistake for having chosen her over a "real lady like Alina"-aaaaaaaaaaaaAAAAAAAA!!!!!!!!!!

That's it, I'm done with him. I hate him and his insecurities! You motherfucker!!! *breathes* Mairi is so shattered by this that she can't do anything but cry, even after he tells her that if she doesn't get off his property, he'll have her arrested for trespassing. And she does get arrested, numb and a complete mess. For her one phone call, the only person she can think of is Stavros, the guy she'd had dinner with, and he bails her out, utterly at a loss for a broken Mairi. He told Damen he'd kill him if he ever hurt Mairi, but the most he'll have to settle for is a good hunt down and a punch. A punch, I may add, that is both satisfying and applause-worthy, but of course it turns into a huge fight and they get arrested. Damen is disgusted but Stavros gets it through his thick skull that nothing happened. It's the beginning of dread for Damen at this point, and when he realizes- YET AGAIN -that he's fucked up, he-

Okay I don't really care about him right now, but he knows he's got a shitload of groveling to do and will have to PLEAD to the gods that her aunts even THINK about MAYBE letting him see dear Mairi again, cause if the aunts don't want you to know where she is...

I'm so mad at Damen but at the same time I just can't completely hate him for his insecurities. Like, seriously, I want to, but can't. The struggle is real. It was an amazing read for me, as always with Tee's work, and her Greek billionaires make me consider converting from my usual hunks of Highlanders... maybe. lol. If you've never heard of Marian Tee before, she's a great writer from the Philippines who writes innocently naive heroines with hearts light and persistent enough to chase away the darkness in her troubled and illegally sexy heroes. This author is on a roll and should be looked out for. Like all her books, I recommend this to those who love alpha males and sweet girls, but I suggest you read this from the beginning and start with The Art of Catching a Greek Billionaire.

Happy Reading :)

(W)REC(K) A BOOK: Dagger Heart

"Erica was a good girl -most of the time- and didn't step on anyone's toes -for the most part. But sometimes a girl like her just couldn't help getting into trouble."
- Norway, 704 A.D.

The valiant King Ulfur defeated the evil that swept the seaside village of Nornor into despair; Morgan, the demon witch, has been dead for nearly twenty years. The truce between King Ulfur and the Queen of the Fae has remained intact since the day that Morgan's dark curses vanished. It seemed that peace had finally come to the wounded souls of the village.

But this peace is shaken when three curses that Morgan promised with her dying breath are placed upon the Norwegian village: who among them has cast the spell?

Seventeen-year-old Erica finds herself trapped in the middle of a witch's deadly revenge scheme with no way out but to fight for survival. On top of trying to end the curses devouring her village like a savage beast she finds herself at the center of attention when it comes to Viking King Ulfur's three sons: Kriger, Paul, and Finn.

Three of them will fight alongside her.
Two of them want to marry her.
One of them could be the son of King Ulfur... and Morgan.
- Goodreads

This was a pretty good read because it has my favorite things like royalty, medieval villages, witches and other magical creatures. And I'll admit, I was looking forward to three guys chasing after her. XD However, it could've better because the flow of the story didn't work for me. Yes, I might be a little disappointed that it was more of a 'one love' kind of thing, but that's not the point. The flow of it all came off as one of those, "Yes, do this. Now that. And because that happened, this will now happen, and you will act like this-" You know what I'm talking about? The beginning had a fine hook that lures its readers in without a problem. Erica is a young orphan girl in the forest all alone acting as a lone wolf, when she comes across a young boy; Finn, the prince and son of King Ulfur. They find a kinship in each other that day, and it's then that their wolf pack of two is forever formed and bound.

Years pass, and they're young adults. She's developed feelings for him, but he's made no move to tell her of his own feelings regarding the fiery-haired orphan that no one wants. And no one wants her. They call her a monster and cursed thing for having red hair like the witch that tormented them years ago. She's out-casted for such discrimination, but with Finn always waiting for her out in the forest, it never really mattered to her.

Then Paul, Finn's older brother, comes by and asks her out on a date to this thing that the village has, a day to celebrate the burning of the evil witch Morgan. At first she refuses because she loves Finn, but when he acts like an ass and her caretaker talks to her about 'wanting better for her', she decides to fuck it all and go with him. However, she sees Finn there too, dancing with another girl, and it takes a ridiculous amount of making the other jealous to have her feel embarrassed and run off to hide. That doesn't help, because Finn and the girl barge in unaware of her, making out like there's no tomorrow. I knew that he wasn't really into her, but Erica didn't know that, and he left with the girl before she could see anything else, though she assumed that they'd left to go find a more comfortable place, when in reality he was just trying to get away from the girl.

Zombies attack the village and she gets blamed (always blamed!) for it, but it's Paul who comes to her rescue, not Finn. I mean, it's not really a rescue because he tells her, "Marry me and I can get you out of your prison," but Finn does nothing. Maybe he tried, but he didn't try hard enough. He's supposed to love her, but it's his brother who comes to really defend her? Not cool, Finn.
*shakes finger*

So now there's a triangle, but it never really was that solid, because we all know she belongs with Finn, and Paul's pretty understanding about the whole thing. The plot about the witch and one of the princes being her son was pretty cool, but the "Big Reveal" on who was Morgan's son sorta fell flat for me. When Paul reveals himself, it wasn't very convincing. XD I can't explain it, it just lacked that finesse. So now everyone knows Paul's the bad guy, and he curses Finn to turn into a wolf. But then we later find out that Finn isn't really the king's son, but a fae's child that Erica's ("evil") caretaker stole and replaced. That came out of nowhere. I know it was a way to allow Erica and Finn to be together because it's also revealed that Erica is the real child of the king, but it was still weird- like, have a better explanation for stealing a fae's child in the first place, you know? But anyway... Erica visits the fae and finds out that the only way all of this can end is if the children of the king die. It'll reverse all curses (though maybe not Finn's, because Paul had poor control) so Erica sets out to kill and be killed.

She kills Paul and sends Morgan back to wherever it was she came from after she gets a newly turned human Finn to stab her, but she wakes up later and understands that the fae's food and drink offered to her from her visit had healed her. Finn is still cursed, but is allowed to be human on the Summer and Winter Solstices, since all magic is practically canceled out on those days. It ends with her leaving him for a moment to see her people- people who have named her their new queen -and comes back to her room only to find a note from him, saying he didn't want her last image of him to be spoiled by the curse. She's not mad, as she understands that "it is what it is", and uses her new role as queen to help distract her.

Months later, she and Finn meet up, and the wilderness has changed the boy she once loved, having made him more mature and sharp with a certain wildness in him that wasn't there before. She goes to him as he offers her the wolf skin that had cursed him, and she dons it, before taking his hand and running into the forest with him.

This just made my heart SO SAD because she can't be with him all the time, only two freaking days of the year! There's so many things that could go wrong- he might fuck a wolf and have cubs, she might fall in love with someone else- there's too many things that could happen to ruin the HEA. But at the same time, I'm completely, irrevocably in LOVE with the way the author ended the story. It's so perfect, tragically beautiful and amazing- I just- !!!! There's something about the depressing love story that resonates with me. I can't put my finger on it, but I just know that it's amazing and will forever stick with me. I can't tell if I'm in awe or if it's just permanently scarred me enough so I'll never forget. I'm still working that out.

I recommended it to a friend who's all for YA and she liked it, though it did depress her, and I understand. The only graphic thing in here are the action scenes of zombies and fights. Other than that, I'd say it's pretty tame (as in there's nothing R-rated). It's a pretty good read. The only problem I have with it is the flow in the middle and near-ending, but other than that, I recommend. I got it for FREE on Amazon, and it might still be so if you go and look for yourself.

Happy Reading =^~^=