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An epidemic that turns men into monsters has seized the nation. At first the disease only spreads in cities but soon cannibals are roaming the prairie, threatening the quiet little towns of the late 19th Century heartland. At an isolated poor farm in rural America, Sara Warren has survived a tumultuous life of loss and an accident that leaves her with one leg – but she is ...more
Paperback, 244 pages
Published March 16th 2017 by Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
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Oct 01, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Cordelia ends up at the poor farm when she is accused of begging. There she meets Sara, Dan, and Grace. They flee the farm after destroying people who have become monster cannibals. They travel to a town further west where Jack, a man from Sara's past, lives. He helps them to establish themselves in his town. But the monster cannibals, now called zombies, come calling causing their lives to disrupted again.

I enjoyed this story and I am not into zombies at all. But this book is more than that. It
Jan 13, 2019 rated it really liked it
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Lovely alternate historical romance with some of the sweetest characters I’ve ever read. Also there was an ff couple and a polyamorous couple. It had great disability rep including a deaf character and a mute character. These are people who normally would be left out of other historical novels and this author makes sure they are front and center.
Mar 04, 2018 rated it really liked it
Really gorgeous book with fascinating characters, but the [spoiler alert] were totally unnecessary.
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Leandra Vane is a romance author and blogger. Her author blog is entitled Needle & Bow and she writes a sexuality book review blog entitled The Unlaced Librarian. ...more

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