Survivors

Survivors As a farmer Lee Johnson is well situated to survive in the aftermath of a plague that killed most of humanity As a gay man in a small community he s resigned himself to the probability of lifelong bac

  • Title: Survivors
  • Author: Jessie Pinkham
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 241
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • As a farmer Lee Johnson is well situated to survive in the aftermath of a plague that killed most of humanity As a gay man in a small community he s resigned himself to the probability of lifelong bachelorhood, at least until his sister returns home with handsome Army veteran Nate Schlessinger Sparks fly between the two men but nothing is easy following the collapse of cAs a farmer Lee Johnson is well situated to survive in the aftermath of a plague that killed most of humanity As a gay man in a small community he s resigned himself to the probability of lifelong bachelorhood, at least until his sister returns home with handsome Army veteran Nate Schlessinger Sparks fly between the two men but nothing is easy following the collapse of civilization Nate claims to be celibate despite his clear interest, Lee tries to keep his neighbors from starving, and the threat of attack looms constantly Can love triumph in the ruins of the world as we knew it

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    About “Jessie Pinkham

    • Jessie Pinkham

      Some kids have imaginary friends Not content with that, I dreamed up an imaginary village I can t remember a time in my life where my head hasn t been full of stories, characters, and worlds, so it s no surprise that at a young age I decided I wanted to be a writer when I grew up.I love writing as much as ever, though these days my stories feature hot guys falling in love and steamy man on man action I strive for realism in all aspects of my work, so if you want your m m romance with believable plots and relatable characters you ve come to the right place.Other ways to describe me avid reader chocoholic historian sci fi geek proud New Englander koala lover travel enthusiast.



    401 thoughts on “Survivors

    • The fact that this plague is believable makes the story that much better. Lee is a farmer whose family is almost wiped out by the virus. He’s trying to hold on to his farm and survive long enough to find out if his sister is alive. I liked Lee at first but talking about killing dogs just because they’re hungry makes me extremely angry. So much so that I nearly stopped reading the book. It’s just not necessary to put that stuff in a romance book.FULL REVIEW - thetbrpile.weebly/reviews/


    • It's quite surprising that I was able to enjoy this dystopian story. Maybe it's because there's no zombie *grins* or totalitarian regime in it. The story was mostly about surviving life without modern conveniences, and it's fascinating to read how the characters did it. It also helped that they had no qualms about killing the bad guys, because there's no time or place to be a special snowflake in this new world. The romance was good on the first half of the book, but there's too much sex on the [...]


    • For once that an apocalyptic story does not strive too hard to up the ante and clumsily attempt to put out of business such classic masterpieces as Stephen King's "The Stand", I shall not mince my words. "Survivors" tells simply and solidly a pleasing tale and as such provides many hours of feel-good escapism. The animals (two dogs, Sadie and Lucky; two cats, Coal and Barnacke) provide the cute factor that the very earthy, if not gritty, stamp of the story had to tamp down. There is great emphas [...]


    • I LOVE post-apocalyptic stories so when this book was offered by the author free for an honest review, I immediately volunteered. I've read many of the post-apocalyptic books over the years, starting with The Stand back in the early 1990s. This book is not brilliant, but it's a fun quick read that feels a bit like reading someone's diary in the future after an world wide destructive event. It's not exciting. There's no evil vs good blowing up the world stuff although it does touch on the ways pe [...]


    • I received a free copy of the book from the author in exchange for an honest review!!!I enjoyed this book because of how love was find in a dark place!!! The story of Nate and Lee,as well as, Stan and Lily !! I found the plague very believable and people reactions to be honest.I am looking forward to more from Jessie Pinkham


    • Pretty good dystopian story. I particularly enjoyed the writing style the 'voice' was very much a man's - spare and direct.


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