Review for the All That Remains Box Set by S.M. Shade

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All That Remains

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About the Books

📕Book one : The Last Woman
A plague has decimated the population, leaving Abby to raise her son alone in a world without electricity, clean water, or medical care. Her only priority is survival. 
However, Airen is a hard man to resist. How does love differ in this new post apocalyptic world?
📗Book Two: Falling Together
In the aftermath of a global nightmare, broken-hearted Abby turns to Joseph, her best friend and the only one who understands her pain. Their circumstances are far from ordinary. Perhaps the answer is extraordinary as well.
📘Book Three: Infinite Ties
The more you look to the future, the more the past pursues you. Unfortunately, the re-appearance of former friends and enemies complicates lives, threatening to expose closely guarded secrets. Can they let go of the past in order to hang on to a future with each other?

My Review

S.M. Shade's "All That Remains" Box Set is a collection of three novels. This story is going to stay with me for a while. It's an amazing story of a MMF love in the times after a plague has wiped out most of the people on the planet. I can't get the song "Unsteady" by X Ambassadors out of my head. I couldn't put the books down...I had to read straight through all 3. Great storytelling with lots of arcing storylines. And plenty of sexy scenes...every combo of MM, MF, and MMF. I will definitely read more from this author.

5 out of 5 stars

About The Author

S. M. Shade is a homeschooling mom hopelessly addicted to Dr. Pepper, love stories, sunshine, and men with full sexy lips, though not necessarily in that order. A voracious reader since sounding out her first word, she started writing as a teenager and rediscovered her love of writing as an adult. Originally from Indianapolis, she now lives in a small Kentucky town with her teenage son.

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