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I highly recommend this one. Easily one of my top ten favorite authors now.
It's been a long time as an avid reader since I felt actual horror, disgust, sadness... tears were even shed. Seriously. Great. Read. BRAVO!
This is a must read and you will not be disappointed.
There is a good story in here. There are solid, workable storylines in here for number of full-length books. However, the author has compressed them into one book, and in doing so, glossed over things that would make for compelling reading (Lillie going from foster child to new mother: what she learned, how she coped, giving birth by herself, etc.) Ms. Gomez plans a series with "Infected" as the first book. I would like to see her 1) "apply the brakes" and develop one story (with foreshadowing and hints at what's to come in the future books) rather than compress something that could be Harry Potter series length into one book, and 2) go back to Lillie's origin and write that out as a full-length book. I'd look forward to reading that.
This book is from a newer author, and the blurb caught my attention. I was so excited to be offered a copy of this to read. It has everything you could possibly want in a book. Action, adventure, romance and gore. It was very well written, and the errors were minuscule, which is rare in a self published book these days. I thought it flowed very well, and everything seemed to make sense so far.
I am very happy to be a new fan of Jessica Gomez and cannot wait to read what happens next!