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Sara's Review: Willow (Defy the Ravaged Book 1)by E.M. Raegan




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PUBLISHER: E.M. Raegan

RELEASED: June 30, 2019

GENRE: Fantasy, Romance

LENGTH: 150 pages

FORMAT: eBook, Paperback





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My name is Willow.

His name is Jason.

He hated me. I hated him— while silently hiding how much all that hate hurt deep down inside me. But all that was before. Before everything changed. Before I woke up to gunshots and screaming and death.

Now he still hates me, along with his Uncle Paulie and their club brothers. But I don’t hate him. I can’t, not after he came for me. Not after he saved me.

Not now that the ravaged are here.

They come at you like you’re nothing. With their feral snarls, and bloodshot eyes. Their decaying mouths salivating for a bite of you. They are hungry for life and we are their meal.

I didn’t want to believe it. I didn’t want to accept it. But I can’t ignore them now that they’re everywhere. Now that the threat of them haunts us every waking moment.

But with Jason standing between them and me— I can’t hate him anymore. I don’t want to.


FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS


Its been a long time since I’ve read a Zombie apocalypse book, but I am digging on E.M Reagan right now, so when I saw she wrote this series, I had to give it a try. So far, I am really into it.


It starts with Willow, a young college-age woman waking up in her apartment to find her step-dad, eating her mom, and the world going crazy. Rude, wakeup if you ask me. Jason, her step-dads nephew, rescues her.


Ther is a lot of family drama in the tale because Willow’s mom was a man stealing whore, so the rest of the family treats Willow just the same, including Jason. So she is beyond surprised that he rescues her.


This series is gearing up to have all the things I love, a love-hate relationship, a hot romance, possibly a love triangle. Hot men, motorcycles, and yes, there is a danger, lots of action, and Zombies. The only negative is that Willow has been too much of a damsel in distress, for my taste. But I am hoping by the end of the series she grows some lady balls. It already seems like she is heading that directions.


I am rating Willow (Defy the Ravaged Book 1) 5 Boundless Stars, I will be starting book two next.

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