Kumbaya Much (Apocalypse Babes Book Four)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
When a mysterious faction at the Fugere compound resorts to extreme measures for crowd control, problems intensify, threatening not only life and limb, but the already fragile estate between the Apocalypse Babes and the Others--especially as things heat up between Seffy and Trent.

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Words: 81,330
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465707703
About Bella Street

Bella Street lives so close to Nashville that she's been provoked to take up fiddle lessons. Until her tunes are fit for human consumption, she writes paranormal and time travel romance.

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Reviews

Review by: lfsims on July 06, 2012 :
This book is just as interesting as the others. Seffy and Trent try to stay ahead of all the crap the compound offers and Seffy reveals her secret.....
(reviewed long after purchase)

Review by: Kazoa Her on June 11, 2012 :
Can the story get any better? Well it definitely is! Secrets are slowly being revealed and you'll be shocked to know what they are. I absolutely love the fourth book of this series and can't wait to finish reading the series!
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

Review by: Linda Andrews on Nov. 09, 2011 :
Something is really rotten in the concrete bunker in Montana. Unfortunately, Seffy, Trent and the gang are stuck in the middle of it. Fortunately, both Seffy and Trent are wily enough to figure out what's going on and get out. Twice. Alas, circumstances keep pulling them back to the bunker and the conspiracy lasagna being served up. The evil pinkness has spread, not zombies this time but something more sinister and dangerous.
First, we start with the other members of the Scooby gang who aren't as friendly as they could be until happy gas gets piped into the air. Until everything shifts, then shifts again and again, until I'm beginning to wonder if there's an Apocalypse Babes fault line running under Montana. Forget what you thought you knew, everything changes in this book.
Some for the better (Trent fans will rejoice! I rejoiced!), and others not so much. The dark matter binding Seffy and Gareth is finally revealed.
Ms Street does an amazing job of shaking every character up while staying true to the subtexts of the previous books. Seffy and Trent kinda/sorta/maybe pigeon hole their relationship, which will hopefully carry them through the next two books, help them sort out the real factions inside the fugere, and finally return to their own time and their own LA. Overall, Kumbaya Much is an excellent addition to a wonderful series.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

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