Two years into the aphid plague, there’s little hope left. Food and ammo are scarce. The mutated monsters are growing faster, smarter. And the ratio of men to women is millions to one. Mankind faces imminent extinction.
But Evie carries a cure for women.
Fiercely protected by three men, she sets out to heal as many infected females as possible. The journey becomes more complicated as her feelings for her guardians evolve, and theirs for her intensify.
When a voice from the past prophesies a solution for the dying race, she must make a choice.
Will she survive for love?
Or will she die for it?
In Blood of Eve, the second book in the Trilogy of Eve series, Eve continues her mission to fight the aphid virus that has wiped out a good part of the populations and turned others into mutants. She's a strong, kick-butt heroine, and she's got three alpha males to protect her. Her three guardians, Jess, Roark and Michio all have special skills to help her.
This post apocalyptic tale is part action, part science fiction and erotic romance. Eve and her guardians face mutants and other challenges as they figure out what's to be done about the virus that has basically destroyed everything about their way of life.
Since Eve has three male guardians, it sets things up for some very steamy menage situations between these main characters. The erotic scenes are off the charts in this book and I absolutely love it when an author explores a relationship that is outside of the norm. These guys are hot and funny, and their dedication to protecting Eve was awesome. That was my favorite part of this book. There are even touches of humor in the darkness, and that made me smile too.
So if you are a fan of Walking Dead, you just might like this series. Action and erotic romance-- what's not to like?
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About the Author
New York Times and USA Today Bestselling author, Pam Godwin, lives in the Midwest with her husband, their two children, and a foulmouthed parrot. When she ran away, she traveled fourteen countries across five continents, attended three universities, and married the vocalist of her favorite rock band.