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    For lovers & haters of post-apocalyptic fic

    *A free copy of this book was given in exchange for an honest review.* Two men, a fiercely independent ex-librarian and a trained medic left jaded by his work, each struggling to survive in a post-pandemic world, lose their faith in humanity and have learned to survive on their own. A chance meeting has the men cautiously assess each other, when Mark realises Duncan is in need of medical aid, he calls on his nursing experience to help. This read like I was on the set of the Walking Dead, minus the zombies, which was a definite plus for me since I can't get enough of post-apocalyptic fiction. For such a short read the setting was adequately described, however, there is a detachment (from the world not the characters) that is experienced when the story never ventures beyond Duncan's and Mark's interaction with each other - that's not necessarily a bad thing but the post-apocalyptic atmosphere becomes muted and their budding relationship is left being the sole focus of the story. As such the slow burn was very much appreciated and while I did not mind the outcome, the ending did seem somewhat abrupt, leaving me wanting more from the two lovable characters. An easy and enjoyable read for M/M romance lovers. The story is not particularly heavy on the post-apocalyptic theme, so those that aren't fans of the genre shouldn't let it deter them from reading it.

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