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Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Release Blitz & Review for Voodoo Sector by Nala Kingsley

Title: Voodoo Sector
Series: Zombie Year 2099
Author: Nala Kingsley
Genre: Reverse Harem Fantasy Romance
Release Date: January 21, 2020

Welcome to NOLA, home of festivals, magic, and… zombies.
Calliope LeBlanc is not about to allow zombies to take over her beloved New Orleans. A talisman seems to be the perfect answer, especially when it turns her into a sorcerer.
But her attempt to defeat zombies backfires, and she accidentally creates “super” zombies instead.
But that’s not her only issue. Four fairies arrive in NOLA, determined to kill her and clean up her mess. Four extremely hot fairies. Four fairies she needs to convince she can help them save the day and her city.
Voodoo Sector is a reverse harem that blends action, danger, and passion. Perfect for readers who love strong heroines, powerful heroes, and why choose romance.

*I received a free copy of this book which I voluntarily chose to write an honest review for.

Okay I am so getting into this world this group of authors have created even if each one reads seperately. This time we are in New Orleans the voodoo capital following Calliope as she survives in this world overrun with zombies. While escaping from some she stumbles into a shop only to find a hidden talisman that will change her life in more ways then one. After an accident she is confronted by a group of four hot fairies that have been tasked to kill her. Thankfully they get a little sidetracked killing zombies instead. What follows is quite riveting as they all work together leading to a fabulous ending though I would love to read more in this sector. A must read for RH fans that like some zombies and magic worked in. I totally loved it so I give it 5/5 stars.

Nala Kingsley loves bubble baths and wine. Lots of wine, the fruitier the better. When she's not writing about strong heroines and the strikingly gorgeous men who love them, she's probably rereading Game of Thrones or watching the series for the hundredth time.


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