Review by Anniek
Bad Timing is the sequel to Bad Blood. After battling an enormous pack of zombies and her former friend Philippe, Britannia must find a way to get to Ireland. Her vampire enemy Nicholas has already reached their destination with all the humans they were able to save. Britannia must find a way to let them know that she survived and that they have to come back for her. During her search for a working radio she finds more humans who need to be rescued. While she comes across as being rude she has a good heart.
Even a vampire can be destroyed by zombies. If Britannia gets bitten enough she will no longer be a full vampire. She has seen it happen. Britannia is astonished when she finds out that a vampire which she believed was killed a long time ago is haunting the streets. To beat him she must tap into all of her skills and strength. Will she make it to Ireland and can she go back to the reincarnated love of her life Josh?
I read Bad Blood and was instantly hooked. This series has everything that I could ever wish for. zombies, vampires, good and evil, love and lots of twists and turns. I loved that I didn't know what would happen next. Nicky Peacock is very skilled in delivering the horror that comes with a story likes this. There will be a third book in the series and I will be literally bouncing on my seat when it comes out.
Please note that this is the second book in a series and to understand the story it is recommended to read the books in the correct order.