Finding a Future

(2 customer reviews)



My sister’s death is the worst thing I’ve ever been through. More destructive than the zombie virus, more damaging than losing my family and friends and everything else I’d ever known. I’ve tried coping, but no matter what I do, nothing seems to fill the hole in my heart. 


After nine months on my own, safety is finally within my reach. I was starting to think I’d never get to experience human interaction again. Never get to hear laughter or feel the warmth of someone else’s skin on mine, and forget sex. All of that seemed like a dream. But not anymore. 

Olivia and Greg are at a crossroads when they meet. Heartbroken and grieving, she’s about to give up, while he’s ready to start a life he’d thought might never happen. After a not-so-chance meeting, they work together to make it to the compound, and along the way learn something about the world. 

They are not alone. 

Olivia isn’t the only one who’s grieving after a devastating loss, and Greg isn’t the only person who feels alone in this world. 

Together, they just might be able to find a future worth living….

2 reviews for Finding a Future

  1. M Phelps

    This series keeps surprising me and I have enjoyed each and every book. This one was a pleasant surprise as there was a mention to the characters from book 4 which was awesome especially if you read that book as well. I loved Greg and wanted to hug him. These are full of excitement and sexy times. Highly recommend

  2. Shan MC

    Narrator did a good job. She gave a clear performance and fit the tone of the story well. Nice listening experience.

    Enjoy stories that take place during the zombie apocalypse, so I loved that aspect! This is a short read featuring Olivia and Greg; two people who have experienced loss and are learning to deal with it. Olivia’s sister died and she didn’t handle it quite well; she slept around and got a bit of a reputation, but she’s tired of all of that. She ends up helping Greg; he is on his own, so she brings him back to a compound of survivors. They have a connection, but problems arise when Greg lets others get into his mind. Throw in zombies, and these two are dealing with a lot. It was a good story, but I would’ve liked a bit more to the ending. Still entertaining for being a short read. Some sweet moments between Greg and Olivia; nice connection between them. I wanted a bit more groveling going on from some certain people, but mostly I liked how the story progresses.

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