After barely escaping Heath with their lives, Rowan, Kiaya, and Devon are thrilled to have a safe place to live as winter sets in. With plenty of supplies, a group that works together well, and the security of their new home, things are looking up. Even better? The freezing temperatures might have taken care of the zombies once and for all.
Too bad everyone knows that things with Hank are far from over.
Weeks have passed since their altercation with the psycho teen, and there’s been no sign of him. It should make Devon feel better. Should help him relax. But with trouble brewing in their group, he can’t help wondering if the kid who tried to kill them all isn’t behind it.
Rowan wants nothing more than to settle into this new life in the least complicated way possible. Not an easy task with the father who abandoned her living so close and the threat of a killer hanging over her. And those aren’t even her biggest concerns.
As the lives of the people in their group become increasingly intertwined, it becomes clear that love, life, and drama are things even a zombie apocalypse can’t erase. With new relationships forming, old ones causing problems, and surprise additions to the group complicating matters even more, there’s plenty to distract the survivors as they wait to see what will happen when the snow melts and zombies are no longer frozen. And if Hank will finally come knocking.
Mia Harper –
I was glued to this book from the start and couldn’t put it down, it was fast paced and action packed, an emotional rollercoaster of a plot. There were numerous plot twists that kept me on my toes, and I loved the characters and their dramas, I can’t wait for the next book.