Latoya has just returned from a weeklong trip in Japan where she closed a major deal. This could bring her a large bonus and maybe even a promotion. What she finds when she gets home is not
what she is expecting. A disease has broken out and many have turned into zombies. With the help of some unlikely new friends, she is forced to fight off the zombies and reconnect with her husband.
I started reading this book thinking I was going to be laughing. Such was not the case. With all the
references to designer clothes and high dollar items, I was certain there would be some humor involved. It seemed like our main character, Latoya, was more concerned with her material possessions. This was a bit of a disappointment.
The story actually has promise. In its present state, it needs some editing and there are typographical errors. The story line is stiff and does not flow smoothly. It is a quick and easy read,
but the way it is written did not hold my interest. When I reached the last couple of paragraphs, I was a bit confused as to what was happening. The writing seemed out of sync and I was not certain what the author was telling me.
I believe this story has great potential but not in its present form. For this reason, I have to
give this book 2 stars.