Release Date-February 4th 2020
Genre-Post apocalyptic paranormal Romance
“One day, you’ll find your curiosity has betrayed you, child.”
All my life, I’ve cast off my father’s warning. Curiosity brought me into this world of humans.
And he was right—curiosity betrayed me.
Now, I’m trapped in a world of ruin and nightmares. Zombies are holding my brother, my only way back to Brinspyre, and they’re not through yet. My fae blood is ancient and carries the antidote this world desperately needs to reverse the virus that plagues these creatures.
They don’t want a cure. They want me dead.
This world has gone to shit for good, but I refuse to surrender. Hellsbreath, the mountain stronghold I built with loyal friends, is a haven from the destruction aboveground. Survivors have found security under the dragons’ protection.
But we’re not immune.
My team of dragons, witches, and humans works ceaselessly to come up with something, anything, to slow the progression of the virus that only a few know is inexorably turning me into a monster. It’s all too easy to give in to despair.
That is, until I cross paths with a stunning fae woman fleeing into the night, a troop of zombies screaming for her flesh.
Let’s just hope I’m not too far gone to embrace her healing touch. The darkness inside me craves her demise, but the dragon craves so much more.
Hellsbreath Sector by Kira Nyte
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Ysaria is marynaurian fae a race of mythical being that have withdrawn from the world. she has a unique biology her blood literally heals. Liir is a dragon and one of the founders of Hellsbreath Sector an underground refuge he has built in this decimated apocalyptic landscape. He is also infected with the Zombie Virus but has managed to hold out so far on account of his dragon lineage. That is no longer the case and he can feel himself gradually succumbing to his curse. Liir rescues Ysaria (A Fae Princess) from the zombies and then goes back for her brother. The two had great chemistry and I liked that Ysaria owned her own sexuality completely. it was interesting to see Liir’s two halves battle it out for supremacy, one wanting to devour the other annihilate her. I did like this but thought the length let it down slightly and I also thought the finish was rushed and easily resolved. This was a short easy read another edition to the Zombie 2099 compilation.
I voluntary reviewed a copy of Hellsbreath Sector.