SALE on Zombie Romance Novellas

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Through April 1st you can get all four
Zombie Apocalypse Love Story Novellas
for only $0.99

More than Survival

Fighting for a Future

Playing the Odds

The Key to Survival

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Fighting for a Future is up for grabs!

My second Zombie Apocalypse Romance Novella is ready for you to devour!

Fighting for a Future

Available NOW on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited!

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Kyra knows she’s screwed. Trapped in a school while zombies stumble around outside just waiting for the survivors cowering in the building to come out to play, she has no hope of getting out alive. She’s not the only one, either, and sexy fellow survivor Riley seems hell bent on making their last few hours alive memorable ones.

But in a twist of fate neither one could have seen coming, Kyra and Riley realize that they might not be facing the end after all. Even more, they’re hit with the realization that what had started as a distraction might just turn out to be the best thing to ever happen to them. Assuming they can find somewhere safe.

Apocalyptic Romance Novellas Coming Your Way

Last week I had a day where I wanted to relax my brain and read someone else’s book. I like a good romance when I’m tired and want to give my brain a rest, but I lose interest quickly when they take place in contemporary settings, so I pulled up Amazon and dutifully searched for a romance that took place during or after an apocalypse. I was able to find a handful, although not many, but I started and abandoned three (within the first chapter) before finally finding one that was well written. This isn’t a post about how important editing, critique partners, and beta readers are, although they’re VERY important, this is about me wanting to find an apocalyptic romance that I can read without having to use my brain. The problem? There just aren’t a lot out there. It occurred to me that I can’t be the only one who likes to read them – I get comments all the time from readers who mention that they love a dystopian/post-apocalyptic novel that has a good romance – so there should be more of these books available to readers. Which brings me to my announcement.

I’ve decided to start a new project with no end in sight:
Apocalyptic Romance Novellas

Novellas are easy for me to write because they’re short and the plot is usually pretty concise, and if I set them in the Broken World universe (Yay!) then I’ve already done all the world-building work. I won’t have any specific release dates, I’ll just write them as I have time and when they’re done I’ll put them out. (So keep your eyes open.)

The good news: I already have one done, and another almost finished, and you can get MORE THAN SURVIVAL now on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited!

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Lucy was just nine years old when a deadly virus swept the country, killing most of the population and turning them into zombies. For the past eleven years she’s lived in seclusion with her Uncle Seamus, a prepper who was more than ready for the end of the world.

But all of Lucy’s skills are put to the test when Seamus disappears, leaving her to face the harsh winter on her own.

Sawyer went into the mountains to escape his past, and when stumbles upon Lucy in the middle of a blizzard, he doesn’t think he’s ready for the responsibility having another person in his life will bring.

Only, Lucy isn’t as helpless as she first appeared, and as they brave the long winter together, Sawyer will soon come to learn that even at the end of the world, there’s more to life than just survival.

Novella
46,000 words

Get it now on Kindle and Kindle Unlimited

In case you’re wondering, the apocalyptic romance I finally settled on was Afterglow by Maria Monroe, and it was great. (Fair warning: It has a good amount of “steamy” scenes and is recommended for audiences 18+, so if you’re not looking for a sexy romance, this isn’t the book for you.)

New Release: More than Survival by Camryn Lynn

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More Than Survival
A Post-apocalyptic Love Story

by Camryn Lynn

Post-apocalyptic Erotic Novella

33,000 words

Now Available!

Only $0.99 or Free on Kindle Unlimited!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

╣Synopsis╠

 

More than Survival is the first novella in a post-apocalyptic erotic series…

Lucy was just seven years old when a deadly virus swept the country, killing most of the population. For the past eleven years she’s lived in seclusion with her Uncle Seamus, a prepper who was more than ready for the end of the world. Then Seamus disappears and Lucy finds herself a lone woman facing a dark world of lawlessness.

When Sawyer stumbles upon her cabin in the middle of a blizzard, he not only saves her life, but introduces her to feeling she’s never experienced before. With her uncle’s warnings about the dark desires of men fresh in her mind, Lucy knows she must tread lightly, but there’s something about Sawyer that she can’t seem to shake. And the more she’s around him the more her body and mind awaken to the realization that there’s more to life than just survival…

 

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╣Excerpt╠

      I woke shivering, and pulled the blanket up to my chin. It didn’t help, but I was too groggy and exhausted to go for another blanket, so I tried to stay warm by curling myself into a ball. I drifted in and out of sleep for a bit, shivering and half aware of the fact that I was supposed to do something. I just couldn’t wake up enough to remember what.

      “Lucy.”

      Sawyer’s voice broke through my dreams, waking me with a start. I sat up, surprised by the warmth of his body in front of me. I was on the couch and the fire had died almost completely.

      “Crap,” I said, trying to get up. “I forgot about the fire.”

      Sawyer put his hands on my shoulders, pushing me back down. “Forget it. The wood is still too wet. I woke up freezing and came out to check, but of course there was nothing I could do. Your teeth were chattering in your sleep.”

      Goose bumps covered every inch of my body, and I pulled the blanket back up. “It’s freezing.”

      “I know, scoot over.”

      I did as I was told without giving it much thought, and Sawyer climbed onto the couch next to me. He pulled my body against his and every muscle in me tightened.

      “Relax,” he whispered, spreading another blanket over us. “Body heat is the best way to keep warm.”

      “Body heat,” I said, uncertainly scooting myself closer to him. “Like this?”

      "Yeah. Well, the best way is to get naked, but I have a feeling that might be a little much for you.” He chuckled quietly and put his arm around my shoulders, and even though my stomach twisted and my face got warm, I found myself laughing with him.

      Sawyer settled into the couch and somehow I found my head resting on his chest. He was right, I was warmer within seconds. We didn’t say a word after that, and only minutes later his breathing slowed and grew heavy. But I stayed awake, too focused on the warmth of him pressed against me to allow myself to fall asleep. It was nice and comforting, and the first time anyone had bothered to hold me since my mom died when I was seven years old.


 

╣Review╠

Loved this story!

A sweet, sexy love story set in an apocalyptic world with a sexy hero-pretty much everything you could ask for in an erotic novella! I thought Lucy was a good combination of tough and innocent, but she was really striving to be more. Even though we didn’t get to see much of Seamus, he was funny and enjoyable. Hoping he turns up down the road. Sawyer was sooo sexy! The ideal hero to swoop in and save you when the world is gone.

The apocalypse plays a small role in this book, but I have a feeling we’ll get to see a lot more of it down the road. This novella was quick, enjoy and hot. Looking forward to reading more!

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╣About the Author╠

editWriter and lover of all things apocalyptic and a hopeless romantic.
I enjoy long walks on the beach with my husband as we discuss how we will survive the inevitable apocalypse, spending time with my children and drinking lots of wine.

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Cover Reveal: More than Survival

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More Than Survival
A Post-apocalyptic Love Story

by Camryn Lynn

Post-apocalyptic Erotic Novella

34,000 words

Coming January 2015…

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

╣Synopsis╠

 

More than Survival is the first novella in a post-apocalyptic erotic series…

Lucy was just seven years old when a deadly virus swept the country, killing most of the population. For the past eleven years she’s lived in seclusion with her Uncle Seamus, a prepper who was more than ready for the end of the world. Then Seamus disappears and Lucy finds herself a lone woman facing a dark world of lawlessness.

When Sawyer stumbles upon her cabin in the middle of a blizzard, he not only saves her life, but introduces her to feeling she’s never experienced before. With her uncle’s warnings about the dark desires of men fresh in her mind, Lucy knows she must tread lightly, but there’s something about Sawyer that she can’t seem to shake. And the more she’s around him the more her body and mind awaken to the realization that there’s more to life than just survival…

 

Add on Goodreads

 


 

╣Excerpt╠

      I woke shivering, and pulled the blanket up to my chin. It didn’t help, but I was too groggy and exhausted to go for another blanket, so I tried to stay warm by curling myself into a ball. I drifted in and out of sleep for a bit, shivering and half aware of the fact that I was supposed to do something. I just couldn’t wake up enough to remember what.
      “Lucy.”
      Sawyer’s voice broke through my dreams, waking me with a start. I sat up, surprised by the warmth of his body in front of me. I was on the couch and the fire had died almost completely.
      “Crap,” I said, trying to get up. “I forgot about the fire.”
      Sawyer put his hands on my shoulders, pushing me back down. “Forget it. The wood is still too wet. I woke up freezing and came out to check, but of course there was nothing I could do. Your teeth were chattering in your sleep.”
      Goose bumps covered every inch of my body, and I pulled the blanket back up. “It’s freezing.”
      “I know, scoot over.”
      I did as I was told without giving it much thought, and Sawyer climbed onto the couch next to me. He pulled my body against his and every muscle in me tightened.
      “Relax,” he whispered, spreading another blanket over us. “Body heat is the best way to keep warm.”
      “Body heat,” I said, uncertainly scooting myself closer to him. “Like this?”
      “Yeah. Well, the best way is to get naked, but I have a feeling that might be a little much for you.” He chuckled quietly and put his arm around my shoulders, and even though my stomach twisted and my face got warm, I found myself laughing with him.
      Sawyer settled into the couch and somehow I found my head resting on his chest. He was right, I was warmer within seconds. We didn’t say a word after that, and only minutes later his breathing slowed and grew heavy. But I stayed awake, too focused on the warmth of him pressed against me to allow myself to fall asleep. It was nice and comforting, and the first time anyone had bothered to hold me since my mom died when I was seven years old.


 

╣About the Author╠

editWriter and lover of all things apocalyptic and a hopeless romantic.
I enjoy long walks on the beach with my husband as we discuss how we will survive the inevitable apocalypse, spending time with my children and drinking lots of wine.

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