Galaxy Zombicus by Piper Leigh

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You can’t really blame me for sneaking out to that underground club. Sure, the shambling zombie hordes had breached the borders and a lockdown was in effect, but come on! A girl could go crazy staring at the same four walls for weeks on end. So I caved. I went. I locked lips with a hottie who certainly looked healthy enough—right up until the second he bit me. That’s how I found myself on Zombicus, one of several quarantine planets. Where, as luck would have it, I met Benson, the potential security guard of my dreams.

I might be facing death, but my sex life has never been more alive.


About Piper Leigh

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A poet, photographer and book maker, Piper Leigh sees poetry as a conversatio--listening and giving voice to the weave of story, community and land. She publishes limited edition artist books of poetry and photography; participates in collaborative projects; creates installations utilizing different forms...cloth, scrolls, transparent kimonos, suspended mobiles. As founder of Comunica, she designs interactive workshops to help leaders and teams communicate, collaborate and innovate, and inspires courageous creativity to build a culture of connection in our world.
Published December 19, 2012 by Ellora's Cave Publishing Inc.. 60 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Erotica, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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