QSFer Jambrea Jo Jones has a new MM paranormal book out:
Hollis Morgan’s zombie life would be considered boring by most, but for him it was perfect. Until his best friend tricked him into speed dating. With friends like Felix, he didn’t need enemies, but after meeting Dr. Umberto Yanukovich, he might forgive Felix. Only problem? The doctor was human.
Can there be a future for a zombie and a human?
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LBGTAQ Zombie Speed Dating.
Hollis Morgan gazed at the black banner in horror. It had white writing with blood spatter on it. It was disturbing and out of place. The blood spatter was bordering on tacky. Zombies didn’t go crazy and eat brains anymore unless they went off their meds.
Some people still fell back on stereotypes, which he hated. He also hated zombie movies, sunset walks on the beach and dating.
“This is a really bad idea. I don’t want to be here.” Hollis glared at his best friend.
“You promised.” Felix crossed his arms over his chest.
“Are you pouting? Zombies don’t pout. I only agreed under duress and you never said anything about speed dating.” Hollis pointed to the sign.
The restaurant where the event was being held was filling up fast. Who knew zombies dating would be such a thing? Maybe they wouldn’t be able to get in. There was no way he wanted to do any kind of dating, let alone speed dating. The things Felix could talk him into should be criminal. Hell, some of them were.
“We aren’t doing the speed-dating part anyway. Chill out. We have actual dates.” Felix beamed, his smile so bright, Hollis flinched.
Somehow, he didn’t believe his friend. Felix lied to get what he wanted. It was just something he did and Hollis had come to terms with it a long time ago.
“That doesn’t make it any better. Where did you find them?”
“The morgue.” Felix winked.
“What?” he shouted.
Jambrea wanted to be the youngest romance author published, but life impeded the dreams. She put her writing aside and went to college briefly, then enlisted in the Air Force. After serving in the military, she returned home to Indiana to start her family. A few years later, she discovered yahoo groups and book reviews. There was no turning back. She was bit by the writing bug.
She enjoys spending time with her son when not writing and loves to receive reader feedback. She’s addicted to the internet so feel free to email her anytime.