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Live is full of action, gloomy times, and finally hot sexy times between the three main characters. But before the HEA for the three can happen you are put through some horrible things like women being sold as sex slaves, violence against those women, and the death of a well-liked member of the group (secondary character). I will let you know that the sexual violence against the women are off the page or little description so it wasn’t hard to read (at least for me).
Now that Alexis’ story is over I’m moving on to another character’s story and see how the series story ARC continues and how Baby gets a HEA (I’m assuming she gets one). If you’re a fan of The Walking Dead but wish there were sexy times ,you should check out this series. It has action, humor, snark and hot guys that know how to wield their tools, both the zombie killing kind and the bedroom kind. Also, there is kick-ass women characters as well.
Live (NOLA Zombie Book 3) for me was a disappointment and I hated it to so much that I couldn't get through it and skipped a big chunk of the book. Here are my issues with book 3:
1) I hated going back and forth between Alexis, Blake, and Zach's perspective. The going back and forth at times you'd forget who you were reading, when it came to Blake and Zach.
2) The Cliff Hanger in Run for me ended in a WTF /OMG moment. I was so excited to find out what happened next and in book two I was not disappointed. I ended up loving Zach, and was a Team Zach girl. When Blake came back, I was loving that love triangle thing. I can understand Alexis being conflicted about the two even though Blake left her. I can understand even the feeling of wanting both, but the twist of the threesome turned me off but in #2 it never came to fruition. So now in Live throughout the ordeal of Alexis being kidnapped, you go back and forth between Blake and Zach pining for Alexis, hoping to get her back, and thinking about their orgy once they got her back. To me this threesome thing really doesn't thrill me, it really does sort of gross me out. The thought of Alexis being intimate with Zach and Blake at the same time, sharing her, all exchanging bodily fluids ( not sure how to describe it) just sort of grosses me out and makes me dislike Alexis. Pick one, or split the days even, but just together, is a yuck for me. I guess I'm not that hip.
3.) Alexis ordeal seemed unrealistic. Not that I'd want something bad to happen, especially the thought of rape is horrible for anyone. But you have an author that is describing these ordeals going on through out Alexis' multiple kidnapping situations and then she is just that lucky. I'm glad she wasn't but I think that the whole duration of kidnappings then should have been reduced. I hated those parts.
I guess I just hated this book in general. I was really disappointed with the way this turned out and by the author's writing choices. I really am torn about future books from Ms. Zane. For sure if there is another NOLA book, I'll skip. I don't want to continue reading all about their orgies and eventually Zach or Blake will die. Probably Zach. That's my prediction unless the author happens to read this and changes her mind. LOL
To this day, my all time favorite Zombie books are the Until The End of the World series by Sarah Lyons. First book was really good, but her second and ultimately her third and last installment was amazing. No curse of the third book there.