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Kumbaya Much (Apocalypse Babes #4)

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When a mysterious faction at the Fugere compound resorts to extreme measures for crowd control, problems intensify, threatening not only life and limb, but the already fragile estate between the Apocalypse Babes and the Others--especially as things heat up between Seffy and Trent.
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Oh my goodness! Kumbaya Much was SO freaking GOOD. I can't wait for Bite Me to come out and get more of that "WICKED VOODOO". I love it. Steamy is right! I am so glad Seffy gave in to her feelings for Trent. We also get more of the SCARY Z word. AND, we finally learn Seffy's big secret and how she is connected to everyone that got blasted to the past with her. Addison reveals a secret about herself as well. I kinda feel sorry for her and don't hate her as much now. A few tears may have escaped. ...more
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Kumbaya Much is definitely the best one so far! All of the Apocalypse Babes books were awesome, this one just tied some things up and brought a few secrets to light.

New problems arise at the compound. Weird side effects from drugs has the residents and Seffy's friends acting wacko. Secrets from Seffy's past are brought out in the open. Trent and Seffy's relationship takes a new turn.

This was definitely my favorite book in the series thus far. Not only were quite a few questions answered but a lot of stuff I've been waiting for ended up happening as well. There are still unanswered questions which is to be expected, given that there are still two more books in the series, but now I'm excited to read the next book for a different reason. I'm less in search of more answers and more happy to seek vindication. Or so is the hope. If all of my books were packed p in boxes right no ...more
Linda Andrews
Something is really rotten in the concrete bunker in Montana. Unfortunately, Seffy, Trent and the gang are stuck in the middle of it. Fortunately, both Seffy and Trent are wily enough to figure out what's going on and get out. Twice. Alas, circumstances keep pulling them back to the bunker and the conspiracy lasagna going on. The evil pinkness has spread, not zombies this time but something more sinister and dangerous.
First, we start with the other members of the Scooby gang who aren't as friend
This series is one I definitely would not have read if it hadn't been a an editing gig. I'm just not into zombies, werewolves, biological & chemical warfare, et al. This entire series took me out of my comfort zone, and I really have to admit I learned a lot. The series is about the loss of innocence . . . and the horrible damage that can do to human beings.

These books have content that I wouldn't recommend for youth . . . and many adults I know. The writing is good--you really get swept up
Bella Street has done it again. This fast paced, wild ride had me hook, line, and sinker! Some questions were answered, but more were raised. Who sent the box of dented cans? What the heck is up with Eugene and that cat? Is Fenn ever going to get his head out of his butt? Who killed that guard? What's up with the fresh blood in the disco when they wake up? Oh, I have more, but you get the picture. I am in love with this series and I will be on the edge of my seat waiting (impatiently) for the ne ...more
I got to say the series is just getting better and better as things are slowly starting to unfold. Who is Sef and what's the secret between her and her friend's past? And how is everyone connected? The fourth book is probably my favorite so far!
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