Zombie Year 2099 series has another release, and it’s Kira Nyte’s Hellsbreath Sector, a refuge for humans and supernaturals with a zombie outpost next door.
As a Fae Princess, Ysaria hasn’t ventured into the human realm despite being very curious about it. She foolishly convinced her brother to open a portal so they could adventure but found their magic bound and themselves imprisoned in cages by zombies. This species of zombies is much different than other Zombie Year 2099 undead; they are intelligent with a hunger for flesh. Their prisoners are slaves; supernaturals aren’t on the menu because they taste horrible to zombies, but they do have value in another flesh trade.
Yet slaves are slaves, beatings and violations are frequent. Ysaria keeps them angry, so she takes the punishments rather than worse. Not being able to access her powers is a further complication. Her brother Dastion and she are helpless. The only chance they have–an escape, she takes advantage of the first chance she gets. But weakened after days of captivity, she fears it will prove fruitless. It almost is.
Liir and Cryon are Dragons who protect Hellsbreath and all who live in the sector. They are natural protectors who would like nothing more than to incinerate all the zombies in their neighborhood–but will gladly accept the offering of turning into ash those preying a female through the woods they hunt.
But can a virus that has decimated the human population destroy dragons?
Kira Nyte’s zombie world is different than previous Zombie Year 2099 authors. It’s nice to see the variations in the stories. I think the best part of the Hellsbreath Sector is the fact that she has made the virus personal. The previous stories have told us about the virus, and Kira Nyte’s shows us the world from the virus POV.
I still champion Andorra Sector as the best of the Zombie Year 2099 stories. If you like fae, this book might be more to your tastes. Or check out Voodoo Sector that also features some fae hotties.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary advance copy of this book.
Title: Hellsbreath Sector (Zombie Year 2099 Collection)
Author: Kira Nyte
Genre: Paranormal Shifter Romance
Release Date: February 04, 2020
“One day, you’ll find your curiosity has deceived you, child.”
All my life, I’ve casted off my father’s warning. Curiosity brought me into this world of humans.
And curiosity deceived me.
Now, I’m trapped in a world of ruin and nightmares. Zombies have kidnapped my brother and my only way back to Brinspyre, and they’re not through yet. I’ve a target on my back and a bounty on my head. My fae blood is ancient and carries an antidote to reverse the virus that plagues these creatures.
They don’t want a cure. No.
They want me dead.
This world has gone to shit with no perceived hope of ever recovering. Hellsbreath has become a safe haven for those who managed to escape the destruction aboveground. Survivors have found a false sense of security with dragons as their guards.
But we’re not immune.
I have a team of dragons, witches, and humans working diligently to come up with something, anything, to slow down the virus progression among my kin.
I’m losing hope. I’ve prepared my closest friend in the steps to take should I succumb to the changes happening inside me.
That is, until I cross paths with a stunning fae woman fleeing in the night.
Let’s just hope I’m not too far gone. The darkness inside me craves her demise, but the dragon craves so much more.
About Kira Nyte:
Born and raised a Jersey girl with easy access to NYC, I was never short on ideas for stories. I started writing when I was 11, and my passion for creating worlds exploded from that point on. Romance writing came later, since kissing gave you cooties at 11, but when it did, I embraced it. Since then, all of my heroes and heroines find their happily ever after, even if it takes a good fight, or ten, to get there.
I currently live in Central Florida with my husband, our four children, and two parakeets. I work part-time as a PCU nurse when I’m not writing or traveling between sports and other activities.
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