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Looking for your next apocalyptic romance novel? I've got you covered!
The Flesh Series, by Kylie Scott
Peeps. This is the holy grail of zombie romance. It's believable, addictive, and hot as hell.
Turbulent | Days of Want, by TL Payne
Get ready to be HOOKED, and there are seven books in the series. You're welcome!
Flash Bang, by Meghan March
How do you feel about climbing between two former Marines as the world falls apart?
Edge of Collapse, by Kyla Stone
What is more dangerous than mother nature's wrath? Desperate people willing to do ANYTHING to survive.
Last Light, by Claire Kent
Who do you trust, when the world falls apart? I'm gunna go with the gruff (hot) mechanic
Radio Silence, by Alyssa Cole
The first in a trilogy where the “off” switch has been flipped on the world. No cell phones, no power, no running water...
Apokalypsis, by Kate Morris
This is the start of a YA series and, while a little slow to get going, has excellent world-building.
Die For You, by Michele Mills
Warning: Contains a sexy Marine, a tattooed ex-con, a girl who blossoms into a sexually assured young woman #yesplease
Thicker Than Blood, C Riley & M Sheehan
They've lost everything. Husbands. Families. Friends. Lives that made sense. All they had left was each other, and a friendship that could withstand anything.
The McClane Apocalypse, Kate Morris
A brilliant series to sink your teeth in to, with a pacy storyline and plenty of survivalist details.
No Ordinary Day, by Harley Tate
An apocalyptic thriller series following ordinary people struggling to survive when an EMP plunges the world into chaos.
True Refuge, by Annabelle McInnes
A trilogy where a virus wipes out civilisation and leaves women as an endangered species.
The Good, The Bad, and the Undead
The law is gone. Zombies are here. Will Raven and her misfit friends survive? Funny, fast moving, and great characters.
Run, by Gillian Zane
This one is a short, fun read with LOTS of *fun* times (it's in the erotica category for a reason!)
The Sky So Heavy, by Claire Zorn
Relatable and realistic; the end of the world is caused by nuclear missiles wiping out nearby nations, causing a long and cold nuclear winter.
Fortune Falls, by Lou Vane
A deadly virus. A group of students trapped in the mountains. Their survival depends on each other.
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