Highway to Never After (Sanguivorous #2)


Author: S.K. Munt
Published: November 3, 2014
Pages: 359

Stars: 5 out of 5


Isaac Hayes always gets what he wants, and Charlotte Swift has always resisted submitting to him, only to succumb to his demands to protect her in the end, because she never cared enough about anything to fight for something else. And so Isaac had his true love, polished and gleaming, like so many of his hard-earned trophies.They were content, she was safe, and Isaac was triumphant.

But now that Will Furlough is in the post-apocalypse picture, Charlotte’s determined to keep him there, or walk out of Isaac’s perfect frame all together. Isaac doesn’t want to lose her, but now that Charlotte has morphed from being his passive aggressive sweetheart, to his hostile captive, Isaac’s got no choice to up the ante to keep her safe.
To keep her medicated.
To keep her guilt-stricken and indebted to him.
To make her his again before Will gets back.

She’s left him no choice, really and in the end, he knows she’ll thank him for rescuing her from herself again.
After all, the Doctor always knows best, right?


Holy Shit! Excuse my language but I find myself at a lack of better words to describe this book. There were parts of this book, especially the end, that had me at the edge of my seat, fearful of the horror that might happen next. This book had some intense scenes. Isaac is a horrible person and deserves everything he got. No, actually he deserves worse! Charlotte is to gullible and needs to pull her head out of the clouds and start seeing people for who they are. Poor Will!! This book is just as good, if not better, than the first book. I can’t wait for the third book to come out!!

Palpitations (Sanguivorous #1)


Author: S.K. Munt
Published: July 9, 2014
Pages: 444

Stars: 4 out of 5


Good girls don’t smoke
Good girls get their injections
Good girls are excited on the eve of their wedding.
Good girls die in the first five minutes of the zombie apocalypse
Charlotte’s naughty streak is either going to pay off, or get her devoured.
And there are worse things going bump in the night than the red-eyes.

A hostage. A viral outbreak. A sexy, suspenseful apocalypse road-trip adventure unlike NO either.

Be devoured.


This book was unexpected. I’m not usually into zombie books but I’m really glad I gave this book a try. The author did an amazing job creating strong emotions from the reader. One moment you hate Wills character, then the next you love him. Chars character was surprising with unexpected twists. The only annoying thing about her character was how much she kept falling. The plot was amazing and held the readers interest. This really was a good book. There were some grammatical flaws but the plot made up for it.