Lady Zombie here and it’s Friday !!!! T.G.I.F  


Today I was skimming threw my Good-reads list and found something new to read. Now I know there are only but so many Zombie titles out there. Shucks!!….lol I can’t help it I love to be frightened by the unknown idea of zombies tearing you apart. And let me just clarify my version of what a Zombie is! No no not that slow stupid version of the dead that can barely walk. Hell to the H to E to the double bitchin LL. No I mean lets be for real ! If it was time for an apocalyptic ending for life and those Zombie’s came for me. I would laugh and kick him or her in the gut and run. I want to see the kind that super fast , and hungry and have scary eyes and screech all the way to you! God Damn I scare myself.



 zombie  Now this is what I’m talking about ! zzz



Todays pick is by Author , Elle James . Title of the series is 

                          ( Mid Night Dragon Fly )

                 Shattered dreams Bk.1


Sixteen-year-old Trinity Monsour wants nothing more than to live a normal life. But that isn’t as easy as it seems. Trinity is different. She is special. She sees visions, and for those she’s seen, it’s already too late.
Trinity arrives on her aunt’s doorstep in New Orleans with virtually no knowledge of her mysterious heritage. She begins settling into life at a new school and even starts making friends. But all too quickly her dreams accelerate; twisted, terrifying visions of a girl locked in a dark room. And when the head cheerleader, Jessica, goes missing, Trinity knows she has no choice but to step forward with what she’s seen.
But people believe that Trinity has information about Jessica’s disappearance not because of a dream, but because she is involved. She is kind-of dating Jessica’s ex-boyfriend, Chase, and Jessica did pull a nasty prank on Trinity. Revenge seems like the likeliest scenario.
Nothing prepares Trinity for the dark odyssey that ensues while searching for Jessica, including the surprising romance she finds with Chase, or the shocking truths she learns, not just about the girl who has gone missing, but the past that has been hidden from her.


Broken Illusions Bk.2


It’s Mardi Gras, but for 16 year-old psychic Trinity Monsour this is no time for celebration. Another girl is missing. Haunted by visions she doesn’t understand—of an empty street lined by crumbling old buildings, a terrified voice warning her to be careful, and a body lying motionless in the grass–Trinity embarks upon a dark odyssey she could never have imagined. She’ll stop at nothing to better understand her abilities, convinced that doing so is the only way she can make sure the terrifying images she sees never actually happen.
But it seems everyone wants to stop her. Her aunt is worried Trinity might discover secrets best left in the past. Her best friend, Victoria, is afraid Trinity is slipping away, her boyfriend, Chase, fears she’s taking too many chances, and the lead detective will barely let her out of his sight. Only one person stands by her side, and in doing so, he slips deeper and deeper into her heart—and her dreams—blurring the lines of reality and illusion.
When the dust settles, one of them will be dead.


Fragile Darkness Bk.3



How do you stop someone you can’t see?

For as long as she can remember, sixteen-year-old psychic Trinity Monsour has seen things before they happen.

But now, in the wake of tragedy, her visions have gone dark. She can still feel, though, and the danger she senses swirling around a new friend sends her into the New Orleans party scene, where nothing is as it seems, surprises wait at every turn, and the last guy she wants to see is the one she needs the most: the mercurial Dylan Fourcade, part stranger, part friend, part so much more.
It’s the so much more that confuses her. How can she be drawn to someone she barely knows?
But whether she wants him there or not, he’s by her side, shadowing her every step of the way, until the darkness clears, and a shocking truth emerges—a truth that changes everything



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