A Zombie Novel
For the past two years, Jules has floated through life.
When the virus was released it changed everything about the world. Jules lost her mom and her home, forcing her to live with the father she barely knows. Now, even as society works to rebuild, Jules still feels like she doesn’t quite fit in.
Then she meets Roman.
Even before the zombies, he only had himself to depend on. Brooding and rebellious, Roman isn’t anyone Jules would have pictured herself with before the zombies came. But now she finds herself willing to give up everything to be with him.
The attraction is too strong for either one of them to ignore, but Roman and Jules soon discover that the uncertainty of their new world extends much farther than just the zombies. When disaster strikes, Roman must race against the most terrifying clock imaginable to save Jules, or once again end up alone.
╣About the Author╠
Kate L. Mary is an author of young adult and new adult fiction, the award winning author of WHEN WE WERE HUMAN, and the Amazon best-selling BROKEN WORLD series. She writes everything from post-apocalyptic tales of the undead to contemporary romance – basically anything that grabs her attention and holds on.
She is also a mother of four and an Air Force wife who grew up in a small town just north of Dayton, Ohio where she and her husband met at the age of twelve. Since their marriage in 2002, they have lived in Georgia, Mississippi, South Carolina, and California. She currently resides in Oklahoma with her husband and children.
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A Zombie Novel
Coming March 29, 2016
Two years after the zombie virus has wiped out most of the population, eighteen-year-old Jules is trying to adjust to the world she now finds herself in. When her father relocates them to a settlement in South Carolina, Jules is afraid she’s going to miss Washington DC, the only home she’s ever known. But Hilton Head has its benefits, namely Roman. Their attraction is instantaneous, but as more and more hurdles are thrown their way, the two begin to consider the idea of leaving for one of the unsanctioned settlements.