This book was given to me as a birthday present. There has been a mistake at a lab and instead of super soldiers, the scientist created zombies! Officer Sarah Petit was attacked while on patrol, and instead of turning she is one of the very, very few who is immune and she joins forces with the Green Berets to fight the infestation in her home town. There is a love story, here with Sarah and one of the Green Beret officers Xavier Beauvoir. I liked the story premise. My issue with the book is the sex. I'm not saying I had an issue with the sex itself, was it a little more unrealistic, vulgar and violent than my preference, yes but that wasn't my problem. This is a paranormal romance, I expected sex and even some rough sex, and unrealistic romance novel sex. Maybe my sex life has sucked for the past 18 years, but I have never had the sort of sex portrayed in romance novels, I've had good sex but not that connected OMG he kisses me and I come sex. I don't mind that is how it is portrayed. My problem was that the sex was a bigger part of the story than the story. D'Arc has a great storyline with the attempt to make super solider and ooops we made zombies. Its not a world wide epidemic yet, and it not a post apocalypse world. It was what would lead up to that unless they get it under control. I love that, I loved the science aspect and wish that had more detail. I wish there had been more investigation into culprits behind the scenes, expand on that criminal thriller aspect. I liked the fight scenes, and was disappointed that there were so few. I feel like if D'Arc had focused more on the storyline and a little less on the "amazing" sex that I could have rated this book higher.
This is March's BOTM book. In Menzoberranzan, a city in the underdark, is here the dark elves or drow live. This is the story of Drizzt Do'Urden from birth until he reaches adulthood. I found the writing very dense and I had to really concentrate. A lot of the book dragged for me. I will say that it was fun to read from the bad guys perspective, the backstabbing and pettiness, different from always reading from the Hero. Although the idea that evil society being matriarchal had some social commentary messages I'm not sure I am so keen on. It is obvious that this is part of a series, but I can say for sure I have no intention of picking up the rest. This just didn't interest me enough to continue.