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Zombies for Breakfast

3.74 of 5 stars 3.74  ·  rating details  ·  19 ratings  ·  6 reviews
Payson is a pharmacist with a penchant for the underdog. Sean is the underdog who tries to rob her of prescription sleeping meds but winds up warding off another thief instead. Before Payson can decide whether to thank Sean for the unexpected heroics or turn him in for attempted robbery, she learns a disturbing truth: chivalry may not be dead, but Sean is.

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ebook, 201 pages
Published April 2012 by Rebecca L. Boschee
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What a perfect romp for the Halloween season! Payson is just your average pharmacy employee, except for her zombie roommate. But when a robbery goes awry, she finds herself drawn to one of the thieves. But Sean's not just your typical would-be felon. He's the newest zombie on the block and not dealing well with the transition. In trying to help Sean, Payson stumbles onto a murder and soon becomes the go-to girl for all the area's zombies.
The author takes the usual zombie blood craze and spins
Nov 27, 2012 Julianna rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Fans of PNR Romance, Romantic Comedy, Zombies
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Zombies for Breakfast was a light, entertaining read that was part paranormal romance and part romantic suspense with a liberal splash of comedy thrown in for fun. It even has some slight chick lit leanings as well, so it should appeal to a fairly broad audience. It took me a little while to get into it. I think this is mainly because it is written in first-person perspective in the present tense. I believe this marks the first time I've ever read a book written in this s
Amylynn Bright
I'll be honest - I was intrigued by the title and cute cover, but was won over by Rebecca Boschee's fun writer's voice. The story is told in first person like many urban fantasies are and her main character is snarky and quick and charming. Even more charming is the zombie she falls in love with. Sean is not any zombie you met before - certainly not on The Walking Dead. I like the twist Ms. Boschee added to the world of zombies - allowing them to be attractive and lusty instead of brain-dead. Se ...more
Ted Knudson
A unique choice for me and made for several reasons. Wanted to check out some Zombie fun as my early 20-ish childern and their friends are carrying on about the sillyness. When Zombies hit the TV show "Castle" I knew I was missing the trend!

Enjoyed it, easy reading page turner, well worth the e-Book price!
Latisha Bramlett
I enjoyed this book and the author's take on zombies. The characters were fun and I want to know more about them. I hope she writes more of these characters.
DNF. It s quicker me out when her zombie roommate stirs her coffee and her finger falls off into it. Just, no.
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Rebecca Boschee wanted to be a doctor when she grew up, but then she realized advanced Chemistry was involved, and the only chemistry she had any chance of success with was of the romantic variety, and even that mainly in her imagination, or, as it would turn out, between the pages of a novel.

Fortunately, Rebecca had plenty of experience scribbling quirky little love stories in graph-ruled compos
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