Scavengers: August (Scavengers #2)

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Year 1893. Six years ago, the Plague turned the infected into flesh-eating monsters and bound the population to overcrowded cities. James Hurst had retrieved a treasure that would secure the financial future of his family and lost his virginity to the treasure hunter he hired. Back in London, how will he deal with the reality of being a husband and father without giving up the new found pleasures? More

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About K.A. Merikan

K.A. Merikan is a joint project of Kat and Agnes Merikan, who jokingly claim to share one mind. They finish each other's sentences and simultaneously come up with the same ideas. Kat and Agnes enjoy writing various kinds of stories, from light-hearted romance to thrillers. They love creating characters that are not easy to classify as good or evil, and firmly believe that even some villains deserve their happy endings. It is easiest to find them in galleries, good restaurants and historical sites, always with a computer or notebook, because for Kat and Agnes, every day is writing day. Future plans include lots of travel and a villa on the coast of Italy or a flat in Paris where they could retire after yet another crazy venture, only to write more hot homoerotic stories.

As K.A. Merikan, Kat and Agnes have published a number of books, which cross genres while always staying homoerotic.

Mail to: kamerikan@gmail.com

K.A. Merikan’s author page: http://kamerikan.com
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Agnes Merikan’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/AgnesMerikan
Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/6150530.K_A_Merikan

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Review by: Joanna Trochimiak on Dec. 16, 2012 : (no rating)
It is a very fine story, realistic and hot. At the same time scenes with zombies are really scary for me, but oddly it is adding a pinch of excitement of another level. So, on the whole this story is worth reading. Thank you for your work :)
Kirikos
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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