"How the heck had Maps gotten lucky enough to meet a person as amazing as Lane? There were seven billion people in the world, and somehow, the most thoughtful one found his way right next door. The universe must've been looking out for him. He was so darn lucky."
THIS! This is why I just simply ADORE Maps. I know that he can be extremely annoying sometimes with his overconfidence and his diva attitude, but when it comes to his boyfriend Lane (or his friends Benji and Perry), he's just an ordinary boy in love with a big heart.
Just like the previous two installments, this was also another short, well-written and hilariously funny read that put more than one big smile on my face.
But please, PLEASE Ms. Nash, can we get more than just one little kiss the next time, YA or not? I mean these guys are 18-year-olds, where's the horniness and the hormones?
And while we're on it, can we get a Benji & Perry spin-off too?
Maps had no idea what he was doing.
“Of course I know what I’m doing,” he said. “Piece of bike. Like riding a cake.”
Oh Maps, how much I missed you, you geeky drama queen with your OTT diva attitude.
I'm eating this series like candies, it's just as sweet.
And I know it's YA, but for the next book I'm really wishing for more steam than just one tiny little kiss at the end.
"If you ever get lost, just follow the lane, and you’ll find your way home."
This book is the embodiment of adorable. I fell in love with funny, sweet and geeky (also little drama queen) Maps the first time when I've read this story almost 2 years ago, and I fell in love with him all over again.
The only difference is that while the tentative HFN ending left me wanting more back then, I have not only one, but TWO sequels to look forward to now.
First read: May 26th, 2015
1st reread: January 09th, 2017
"Love erased the blood from his skin, the gore from his hair and the stench of decay. As his lips met mine, all I saw was Fred, my friend, my husband, my love."
The idea behind this short story was a good one: love conquers all, even death during a Zombie apocalypse.
The execution on the other hand... Well, let's just say the black comedy aspect didn't really work for me here. It's hard to find any humor when family members get slaughtered or our MCs in love are decomposing on page.
On a more positive note, here's gay porn star François Sagat as a Zombie: