Bite Me

Bite Me Book one of London UndeadFew people walk the streets of London since the zombie outbreak but that s not an issue for Seth As a werewolf he can handle himself and save humans reckless enough to take

  • Title: Bite Me
  • Author: P.J. Schnyder
  • ISBN: 9781426895654
  • Page: 319
  • Format: ebook
  • Book one of London UndeadFew people walk the streets of London since the zombie outbreak, but that s not an issue for Seth As a werewolf, he can handle himself and save humans reckless enough to take a nighttime stroll While on patrol he comes across a group of people under attack The one woman brave enough to take a stand against the zombies catches his eye and not jusBook one of London UndeadFew people walk the streets of London since the zombie outbreak, but that s not an issue for Seth As a werewolf, he can handle himself and save humans reckless enough to take a nighttime stroll While on patrol he comes across a group of people under attack The one woman brave enough to take a stand against the zombies catches his eye and not just because of her way with a gun Learning the beautiful woman is homeless and fends for herself only intensifies his urge to protect and care for her.Maisie can t help but admit that she s attracted to her werewolf rescuer She s drawn to Seth s strength and ferocity, and finds herself opening up to him in ways she never imagined, even though she s determined to not rely on Seth or anyone else She doesn t want another person to get hurt or die for her sake She has enough scars, physical and emotional, from the last time But when Seth realizes something is drawing the zombies to Maisie, there may be nothing he can do to save her

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    About "P.J. Schnyder"

    1. P.J. Schnyder

      Born and raised in the North East, PJ Schnyder spent her childhood pretending to study for the SATs by reading every fantasy and sci fi novel she could borrow from the local and school libraries She scored fairly high in the verbal portion.She was introduced to the wonderful world of romance a decade later by her best friend at an anime convention in Seattle.She now lives somewhere temperate watching the seasons go by with her two dogs and super stealthy ninja kitty, writing her stories.PJ would love to hear from you Whether it s questions or comments regarding her stories or this website, please feel free to email her.

    682 thoughts on “Bite Me”

    1. This was a decent start to a new paranormal romance series. The author managed to cram a lot in a short amount of pages without making the story feel rushed or overstuffed. Maisie can't catch a break. There is a zombie outbreak in London and it is every human for themselves, but when she stumbles upon a family about to get attacked, Maisie feels compelled to help. Luckily, just as she herself is about to be overwhelmed by zombies, a lone werewolf, Seth, steps in to offer his assistance. Though t [...]


    2. Carina Press provided me with an ARC copy of this book through NetGalleyZombies walk the streets of London at night, people are no longer safe and the werewolves have come out to the humans to help them. Seth the alpha of the London pack is still living with the anger of his dead lover breaking a promise to him, now he is just trying to help keep the streets safe. Maisie is also dealing with her own guilt and issues. The two of them meet in a park when Maisie is trying to save a family from zomb [...]


    3. I have this sneaking suspicion that someone, somewhere sat down with a giant whiteboard and diagrammed all the things that make my heart go pitter patter. And then created this book just for me. What? It could happen.So, what sort of things make me swoony? Werewolves? CHECK! Zombies!? CHECK! Fierce chicks who don't let a little thing like a bad leg slow them down? CHECK! Hot kisses? DOUBLE CHECK! World building I can get behind? OH, YEAH!Let's start at the beginning, shall we? I like werewolves. [...]


    4. Seth = Werewolf.Maise = Crippled Woman.Zombies = ZombiesSeth - Zombies - Maise.Maise - Seth - Dinner - Blow Job.Maise - Zombie Maise.Seth - Maise - Werewolf Maise.Sex.Fin.


    5. Really 3.5 Starsscorchingbookreviews.I was provided with this from NetGalley. I don’t have any sort of relationship with the author and requested this one on the basis of the cover and blurb alone.This one was shorter than I expected, but boy did I enjoy it. London has been taken over by Zombies and the London Werewolf pack has come out of hiding to help in the fight against them. Humans are having to adapt very quickly to their strange new world and some seem to be coping better than others! [...]


    6. For my PNR fans, OMG what is not to love about this book!?! It's got Zombies and Werewolves!!! And no, even though the cover might lead you to think that it's a Zombie romance, it's not, LOL. Ok seriously this is a great read for anyone who's a fan of Zombies and Werewolves. So let me give you my little synopsis.London (of course, it's where the Zombie Apocalypse is taking place, if you didn't know?), has had a Zombie outbreak with no cure in sight. Most humans have relocated to other parts of t [...]


    7. I really liked this story! The author accomplished a lot in a novella format, leaving me with both a satisfying story and some unanswered questions about the world she built. Maisie and Seth were fun characters, though a little simple, probably due to the novella format. The post-zombie attack London - complete with the Zombie Hunter tourist crowd was well done! There were interesting questions about the zombies. What had started them? What might stop them? Why were they so drawn to London?I lov [...]


    8. Bite Me caught my attention from the very beginning and held it! The world-building involved in this story is seriously epic! When you see Maisie protecting a family from a horde of zombies despite her physical disabilities you instantly fall in love with her character! Maisie is tough as nails and brave beyond belief, she's faced zombies before and willing does so again to protect others on more than one occasion and while she's protecting a family from being devoured she meets Seth, a werewolf [...]


    9. Loved it! And I want more!A mysterious zombie plague is ravishing London. It hasn't hit apocalyptic levels yet, but those stuck in the city because of quarantines/roadblocks know the zombies are roaming the streets and that they are hungry.Maisie is a badass with something to prove. After terrible events make her toughen up she isn't afraid to take out as many of the flesh eaters as possible. Unfortunately, the zombies are evolving and Maisie finds herself in a situation where she needs a little [...]


    10. Bite Me was an interesting little romance novella that looks to be part of a series. A zombie plague has broken out in London, plunging the city into chaos. Maisie is on her own in the city trying to make it day by day when she encounters Seth during a zombie attack. Complicating matters is the fact that Seth is a werewolf. Ever since the zombie plague has started, werewolves have come into the public eye to help patrol the streets of London. Seth happens to be the leader of London wolves and is [...]


    11. This was a great start to what is going to be a hellva series. We had humans and werewolves fighting together against zombies and were-cats and the fae were mentioned too. The story is set in what I'm assuming is present-day London were the military has set up barricades keeping the zombies in the city. Seth is the local pack alpha and while on patrol comes across a human woman, Maisie, shooting a horde of zombies and trying to keep a family safe. From that point on we learn the zombies are chan [...]



    12. My Rating: 4 stars: Enjoyed - strongly recommend (A-)Originally posted at That's What I'm Talking AboutI received a review copy of the book from the author.Enjoyable, entertaining, fun! All words I use to describe Bite Me by PJ Schnyder. The first book in her new London Undead series sets the stage for what promises to be an interesting new series. The book describes a modern day London that is run down and desolate since a zombie epidemic started some time in the past, prior to the start of th [...]


    13. This is the first book in a trilogy. Therefore it needs to bring us all up-to-date on just how this world came to be. The thing that brought this down a rating for me is the huge info dump that started the book. There is a way to get that much needed information to the reader in a much more natural way than just filling the narrative up with information. I found myself skimming, quite a bit, over the first several pages.Once the back story was out of the way, this was a fascinating new world tha [...]


    14. Ok, I kind of loved this book. The story started out a little slow, and I was kind of lost in the first about 10%, but once the plot got moving I realized that I was falling totally in love with all the characters. I mean how can you really go wrong. You have zombies, you have super zombies, you have werewolves, and you have a totally awesome lead female character that I could relate to and look up to while reading. It is always so much better when you want the lead female to get her HEA. The wh [...]


    15. 4.5 StarsWhat it's about: This is the first book in P.J.'s new series called the London Undead. There are zombies, werewolves and human survivors trying to make something out of London since the attack. Our hot hero, Seth, is actually a werewolf who ended up meeting the heroine when he saved her from zombies. The heroine, Maisie, though, isn't what she appears and seems to be drawing the zombies even as she fights them.Why you should read it: This heroine is one of my favorites. I mean, except f [...]


    16. Bite Me is a fantastic start to the London Undead series! It is a short book/novella and I was drawn into it from the start. It is fast paced, action packed and most importantly, believable. There was a lot involved with this book but it never came across as too much, and it didn't feel rushed.Seth and Maisie are fantastic characters. Seth is a little brooding, considerate and comes across very sexy! Maisie is emotionally strong and strong willed, and she knows how to handle a gun!I really enjoy [...]


    17. Well developed characters with a good plot, all while being a romance. This is a world with zombies, so if that bothers you then you may want to use caution (I know that zombies bother me in a way different than other supernatural creatures) but as long as I don't read this before going to bed I am ok!


    18. Loved this story. Started reading it and I just couldn't put it down. Although the end ties up nicelyI so want more. I have a few lingering questions, and cannot wait for the next story in this series.



    19. ~* 4.5 Stars *~Lots to Devour in this Small BiteThe scream that rips through the night while Seth is on patrol is, sadly, not an uncommon sound for the werewolf shifter and London pack's Alpha. Not since the zombie outbreak turned London into a literal dead zone. As common as it may be, though, Seth has no intention of letting it go unheeded. Chasing the echoes of the scream into the nearby park, Seth is stunned to see a pretty human woman standing over a small family, fiercely protecting them, [...]


    20. 3.5 starsFirst book of the series London Undead, which seems to be a very promising series, in which humans and werewolves are fighting with the threat created by zombies. The two species separately are looking for answers about the source of these creatures. The werewolves are immune to the infection and may be powerful allies for humans, but mistrust and prejudices between the two species make it impossible for an alliance. Vampires and fae keep themselves for now outside of everything, but in [...]


    21. Originally published at Reading RealityBite Me is a very cool little novella, with some neat worldbuilding and a sweet/hot romance at its center.It’s also gritty, post-apocalyptic and absolutely a tease for the next books in the serieside and prejudice and zombies by seth grahame smithThere are lots of stories where the vampires come out of the coffin or the werewolves stop hiding behind the full moon, but this is the first one I’ve seen where it feels like Pride and Prejudice and Zombies go [...]


    22. Bite Me is a book that I came across while browsing through Netgalley's catalog. As always seems to be the case I was looking for something else entirely when I came across this title. What instantly turned me on to the story was the fact that it had Werewolves and Zombies. I can't really recall reading a story that combined the two before. Any apprehension I was having knowing it was a romance went out the door the moment I read that.What really drew me into Bite Me was that the book started of [...]


    23. A novella in a new series from PJ Schnyder released today. If you are listening to what I say at all, there is a better than even chance you are a fan of the undead. Or more specifically… zombies. If so, this is your wheelhouse… your jam… or whatever the kids these days are saying. As long as they stay off of my lawn.London is being overrun with zombies. Barricades have been set up to keep the zombies in and from going wild over the country. Of course those blockades are also keeping the h [...]


    24. I enjoyed this sweet romance. P.J. has blended paranormal romance with the looming zombie threat in the now dangerous city of London. What a way to blend all the elements.***FULL REVIEW***Seth helps his medic, Danny, collect samples from a zombie before eliminating it. He then heads on the remainder of the patrol of his territory London, sending Danny back to start researching and testing. Hearing a scream with his sensitive hearing at night when few brave the streets, he heads toward it to find [...]


    25. This is the first book in the London Undead series by P.J. Schnyder. I am not normally a big zombie fan, so I will be honest and say that if not for the werewolf in the blurb, I would have probably passed on this book. And I would have lost on a great new voice. At only about 90 print pages, this isn't a major time investment, but it sure does pack a powerful punch. There is so much going on, I can barely believe the author managed it to get it all in, especially as I never felt like things were [...]


    26. Despite this being a novella of less than 100 pages I thought this story was a great introduction to PJ Schnyder's writing and her new London Undead series. I love books with zombies and I'm so happy that this one didn't try to portray any zombie as a hero. They were dead disgusting buggers and I loved reading about them.What Worked: I think Schnyder did I commendable job introducing us to her London Undead world. Although we might not have all the information we could have had if this had been [...]


    27. I really enjoyed this novella (94 pages on a NOOK). The high points were, first and foremost, the writing. It was smooth, really well written. The hero is an alpha werewolf/shifter and his actions when he realized the heroine was his mate were believable and at times quite funny/cute. It reminded me a bit of the Beast when he was trying to woo Belle. The setting and world-building were very well done, too. When I finished I went straight to the author's bio to see if she was from the UK. Nope! T [...]


    28. The streets of London are filled with the undead. Few are brave enough to walk alone especially at night. Alpha werewolf Seth patrols the streets to protect others from the zombie hordes. And one scream changes his life forever.Maisie knows how to take care of herself. When she tries to help a family that should know better than being out at night she finds trouble. Thank goodness there is one sexy werewolf that comes to the rescue.Will Seth and Maisie find love among the undead London streets?P [...]


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