Romance ain't dead...it's undead. In this thrilling zombie anthology, horror fans will finally get their fill of zombie-on-zombie action, zombie-human love, and zombie smut. Because why should vampires have all the fun?
This collection of never-before-published short stories includes:
--"Revanants Anonymous" by Francesca Lia Block: two zombies meet at a Revanants Anonymous meeting and when sparks fly they wonder how "dead" they really are
--"I Heart Brains" by Jaime Saare: a widow and a dead man get a second chance at love
--"Captive Hearts" by Brian Keene: zombie plagues can't stop a woman from caring for the man she loves
--"Everyone I Love is Dead" by Elizabeth Coldwell: what happens when your true love comes back from the dead--after you've already moved on with a new man?
--"Last Times at Ridgemont High" by Kilt Kilpatrick: an electrifying zombie romp
--and many more!
I love my dead wife. Wait, let me rephrase that. I love my zombie wife. She’s not dead or alive. She’s reanimated, brought back from death after drowning in Lake Michigan this past summer.
I’d better explain.
My wife, Sheri, and I have been married for twenty years. We’re in our late forties and live in Winnetka on Chicago’s North Shore. We’re quite wealthy. I owe my fortune to major successes in real estate while Sheri’s fortune comes from her deceased parents’ multibillion-dollar medical-supply
“For the purists and naysayers who believe zombies are incapable of feeling anything but an insatiable appetite for human brains, here’s a collection of stories that demonstrates the enduring hunger for love after undeath. Even though a zombie’s heart has stopped beating, it can still ache with desire.” --S.G. Browne, author of Breathers: A Zombie’s Lament
"Hungry for Your Love gives a delicious new spin on 'undying love'! Each story is a slice of wicked zombie fun!" -Jonathan Maberry, author of The Dragon Factory and Patient Zero
"A wonderfully twisted undertaking (pun intended), Hungry for Your Love is a many-faceted feast of love, loss, sex, heartbreak, rotting flesh, and romance from beyond the grave." --Christopher Golden, bestselling author and editor of The New Dead