Dead and Delicious (Eternally Yours Book 5)
Two zombies and one skeleton on a road trip to Vegas to kill a witch, stop an apocalypse, and rescue their friends from the belly of a shadow dragon. Nothing weird about that.Five things I learned while being a fallen angel zombie: 1. Duct tape works better than embalming. 2. Alopecia is not my favorite hairstyle. 3. Fried demons smell like bacon. 4. This brain breath is affecting my love life. 5. Nothing ruins a honeymoon like an apocalypse.

Dead and Delicious (Eternally Yours Book 5) Details

TitleDead and Delicious (Eternally Yours Book 5)
Author
ReleaseJul 17th, 2017
PublisherShifting Sands Publishing
Number of pages181 pages
Rating
GenreFantasy, Paranormal, Humor

Dead and Delicious (Eternally Yours Book 5) Review

  • Kirsty White
    January 1, 1970
    This book is icky but in a great way! I absolutely loved it. I've joined late in the game as I haven't read the first two books but I didn't feel I had to. There's enough description to just pick up and book 3 and go along for the ride. And it is a ride. Ash and Aedan are turned into zombies as a mad witch tries to start an apocalypse. They need to track her down and kill her in order to save the world. Not so easy when the body parts start falling off...The ick came from all the explosive diarr This book is icky but in a great way! I absolutely loved it. I've joined late in the game as I haven't read the first two books but I didn't feel I had to. There's enough description to just pick up and book 3 and go along for the ride. And it is a ride. Ash and Aedan are turned into zombies as a mad witch tries to start an apocalypse. They need to track her down and kill her in order to save the world. Not so easy when the body parts start falling off...The ick came from all the explosive diarrhoea and bingeing on dead things that happen when you're a zombie with a wheat intolerance but it's fun ick. I've read so much worse. This just made me cringe, laugh and carry on reading for more. It's just good fun. Loved it, highly recommended.Free arc from netgalley
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  • Ava
    January 1, 1970
    ARC given by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review First, I stumbled on this book few days ago, it was so unexpected, I thought that my goodbye to those angels, deads, kickass afterlife characters. But no, book 5 is the real parting, I think but it looked like it. Instead of reading one book to read, one to savor, I got to read 2 in one go since I also didn't know about wedding day in sub 13. This story well, it was well described in the synopsis. Really! A few lines, a fe ARC given by the publisher via Netgalley in exchange of an honest review First, I stumbled on this book few days ago, it was so unexpected, I thought that my goodbye to those angels, deads, kickass afterlife characters. But no, book 5 is the real parting, I think but it looked like it. Instead of reading one book to read, one to savor, I got to read 2 in one go since I also didn't know about wedding day in sub 13. This story well, it was well described in the synopsis. Really! A few lines, a few words and I was already ready for it and eager to devour this book. How did I feel starting it, reading it and ending it..... not as I expected. It was so much more, how to top up the story and having every characters being somehow involved and still throwing surprises and the last chapter was "oh yeah, oh okay - so yup, that's the reason of a few scorching adventure"Again, another adventure, could that be tiresome, yes but not with this one, I'm sorry I can't fault anything about this book. Sure another endless adventure with the bad and good but in this one, it wasn't just bad, you get to say hello to The Walking Dead - Fear of the Walking Dead - (something that rhyme with) Mercy (sorry can't remember the tv show) with Hell coming up. And there was, I quote, I'm undead, not brain dead . So go figure what kind of hellish adventure it was for this book.Ashley and Aedan welcoming their fate with extreme enthusiasm, at the best they could. One solid adventure with love, kindness and a lot of food. I will really miss those characters all of them, especially Ash with her quirkiness about PMS STD gluten free, all those health topics being really her. And how she matured.
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  • Louise Hallett
    January 1, 1970
    I was a little sad to reach the end of this book, as I am fairly certain we have reached the end of our journey with Ash and Aedan. And it has been one unbelievable adventure from the opening lines of Book 1 (Divine and Dateless) to literally 'The End' of Book 5.Perhaps, if we're lucky, we may follow the adventures of some of the other amazing characters who have graced the pages of the Eternally Yours series. They certainly deserve their own books.Yet again this was a wonderful and captivating I was a little sad to reach the end of this book, as I am fairly certain we have reached the end of our journey with Ash and Aedan. And it has been one unbelievable adventure from the opening lines of Book 1 (Divine and Dateless) to literally 'The End' of Book 5.Perhaps, if we're lucky, we may follow the adventures of some of the other amazing characters who have graced the pages of the Eternally Yours series. They certainly deserve their own books.Yet again this was a wonderful and captivating mix of crazy, funny, suspense-filled adventure, with a good side dollop of lust. I love the humour of these books and the 'realism' of Ash - even if she is a zombie/ghost. This book ties up several 'loose ends' and really showed the depth of love and commitment between Aedan and Ash, whilst at the same time giving us dry vagina's, duct-taped body parts and more gluten-based drama.The light moments also add depth to the more serious parts, and this book seemed to have a few more of those. It also had a couple of very unexpected plot twists/revelations at the end which I loved.The writing is, as always, excellent, the plot is ingenious, unique and more than a little eccentric, the pace means you never get bored and the characters are all just that - wonderful, wacky, sweet and lovable. I find it impossible to pick a favourite book from this series as every one is fabulous. I loved the book from start to finish and read it in virtually one sitting and simply can not recommend this series enough.
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  • Elizabeth Connor
    January 1, 1970
    I love this series so I was thrilled to get an ARC to review. My honest opinion is this book rocks! Tara West as Ash had me laughing from page one, and by chapter four I was reminded why Aedan was the perfect man with this gem (which he said with a straight face after meeting Ash’s old boyfriend & his “cougar” girlfriend): “Travis, you and your mother need to find shelter. It's going to get ugly.” He effortlessly managed to insult both of them while sounding as if he was concerned about them I love this series so I was thrilled to get an ARC to review. My honest opinion is this book rocks! Tara West as Ash had me laughing from page one, and by chapter four I was reminded why Aedan was the perfect man with this gem (which he said with a straight face after meeting Ash’s old boyfriend & his “cougar” girlfriend): “Travis, you and your mother need to find shelter. It's going to get ugly.” He effortlessly managed to insult both of them while sounding as if he was concerned about them! I love him!Without getting into plot details, I was amused when Ash thought, “A zombie's gotta do what a zombie's gotta do,” because I was reminded of Rugrats. Several of Ash's descriptions were truly masterpieces; these two in particular:“It didn't help that it was hotter than a festering yeast infection after an hour long spin class and a trip to the sauna.”“Her cackle was like rabid cat nails on a demonic chalkboard and being forced to listen to the word ‘moist’ for eternity.”Her description of being spit out from the bowels of hell was hysterical! Overall, this book kept me laughing from beginning to end. The plot is original, the characters engaging, the dialogue (both external and internal) clever, and the humor consistent (though definitely of the low brow variety). Prepare yourself for explosive diarrhea, belching, and gorging on dead things - all presented in the most unexpected and hilarious ways imaginable. I highly recommend this entire series!
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  • Sheri
    January 1, 1970
    This book had me rolling. Ash and Adean, along with her ghoster team find themselves fighting he'll on earth. The battle is full of humour, zombies, and demons. The twist that Tara has thrown into the book will have you in shock (The good kind).
  • Jessica Badstibner
    January 1, 1970
    One of my new favorite authorsI absolutely loved this series. At first wasn't happy that it wasn't a stand alone but now I'd happily buy another 5 books if it hadn't ended. Had me laughing out loud a lot, earning me lots of sideways glances.
  • Hsu Lee
    January 1, 1970
    ARC - I voluntarily offered to review this book with no obligations and my opinions are honest!This was supposed to be the perfect wedding day for Ash & Aedan.Instead, they had to fight demons, zombies, and shadow dragons,What else is new?What about the apocalypse?Once you start reading this book, you cannot put it down.It sucks you right in, and you are along Ash for the ride.So sit tight + enjoy it.There was a lot of action.After all Ash + Aedan were racing against time to close the portal ARC - I voluntarily offered to review this book with no obligations and my opinions are honest!This was supposed to be the perfect wedding day for Ash & Aedan.Instead, they had to fight demons, zombies, and shadow dragons,What else is new?What about the apocalypse?Once you start reading this book, you cannot put it down.It sucks you right in, and you are along Ash for the ride.So sit tight + enjoy it.There was a lot of action.After all Ash + Aedan were racing against time to close the portal to Hell.In order to do that, they had to kill the one that opened the portal to begin with.What would you know? Lucia decided to hide in Las Vegas.Time for some gambling!Don't worry!Ash will do what she needs to do to finish the job.With Aedan by her side, she cannot lose. As if !
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  • Nicole Normand
    January 1, 1970
    I received a free copy from NetGalley; this is my honest review.There are lots of action, adventure, fantasy, magic, suspense, and steamy romance in this story.It's scary at times, funny, a bit gross, with no respect for life and death or God and the Bible. It's a save-the-world kind of story, so of course it's unbelievable at times. You'll meet angels, demons, zombies, witches, grim reapers, and humans.I didn't read the previous books in the series but the author makes sure she gives you many a I received a free copy from NetGalley; this is my honest review.There are lots of action, adventure, fantasy, magic, suspense, and steamy romance in this story.It's scary at times, funny, a bit gross, with no respect for life and death or God and the Bible. It's a save-the-world kind of story, so of course it's unbelievable at times. You'll meet angels, demons, zombies, witches, grim reapers, and humans.I didn't read the previous books in the series but the author makes sure she gives you many appropriate details to understand what's going on. If you want all the details then it's better to read the series in order.
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  • Reckless Readers
    January 1, 1970
    Sooo this is the first book I've read by this author and I have to admit it's very different. This is technically the fifth book with these characters but you don't feel lost like you would have to read the other books. I was pleasantly surprised by the unique storyline that starts off right after Ash and Aedan get married. They are ghosters who take care of zombies and demons. It's a very interesting dianamic shift with Aedan, who is a grim reaper, taking care of demons, and being super sweet t Sooo this is the first book I've read by this author and I have to admit it's very different. This is technically the fifth book with these characters but you don't feel lost like you would have to read the other books. I was pleasantly surprised by the unique storyline that starts off right after Ash and Aedan get married. They are ghosters who take care of zombies and demons. It's a very interesting dianamic shift with Aedan, who is a grim reaper, taking care of demons, and being super sweet to his new wife. I wasn't sure what I expected but it does give you a awesome climax and throws in some weird plot twists.**Review by Sallie**
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  • Susan Underbrink
    January 1, 1970
    A big thank you to NetGalley and Shifting Sands Publishing for the ARC for my honest review. I have to admit that I have not read all the series-but I did enjoy the ones that I had read. This one is no different-it makes you laugh, its silly but fun. Expect to meet dragons, zombies, demons and other things. It's maybe a bit gross for some people and I can't say its not violent, but it made me laugh and was extremely enjoyable to read. I read it in an afternoon-it kept my attention and was quick. A big thank you to NetGalley and Shifting Sands Publishing for the ARC for my honest review. I have to admit that I have not read all the series-but I did enjoy the ones that I had read. This one is no different-it makes you laugh, its silly but fun. Expect to meet dragons, zombies, demons and other things. It's maybe a bit gross for some people and I can't say its not violent, but it made me laugh and was extremely enjoyable to read. I read it in an afternoon-it kept my attention and was quick. I would recommend this to paranormal readers. Enjoy
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  • Laura
    January 1, 1970
    This is a great book with a wonderful story and well developed characters. The story flowed very well and was very enjoyable. This book will keep you reading long into the night and you will not want to put this book down until you finish. This was such a great read and full of surprises. I voluntarily reviewed an advanced reader’s copy of this book. The free book held no determination on my personal review.
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  • Ginelle Blanch
    January 1, 1970
    This is really about a 3.5 star rating for me. Really crazy and silly. Really gross at points, to make you shiver a bit and laugh. Makes you want to read the next page just to see what happens next!!! And...some surprises in there that might make ya look twice!!! Quick, entertaining.
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  • Pamela
    January 1, 1970
    Rated 3.5 out of 5! Not my type of paranormal, but pretty funny! Know a lot of people who would enjoy it. Going to go back and read series starting with book one.
  • C bond
    January 1, 1970
    netgalleyMy first time reading anything from this series. Loved it, I may have to get the rest.
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