Even White Trash Zombies Get the Blues - Diana Rowland 4.5 stars

I just love this series. It has a very troubled heroine that finds herself as a zombie. In the first book, she has to figure out that she is a zombie and how to deal with that. In this book, she is still working on her relationship with her father, which is on shaky terms at best. She is also have some issues with her boyfriend/zombie-dad, Marcus. When she is held at gun point and one of her bodies stolen, her past comes back to haunt her. It even makes the front page of the paper. No one believes that she didn't just lose the body.

In this book, we really see Angel grow as a character. She still isn't perfect and falls back into old habits. She has a tendency to go back to the "I don't care" attitude. Then she realizes that she screwed up. You can see that she is starting to realize that she needs to grow up and start acting like an adult and working things out with conversations and not yelling matches.

Once again, Diana Rowland has created another winner. I just love this series. I've recommended it to several people who are not big in the paranormal genre. This series is just an all around great read.


Listening to audiobook

When I first started listening to this series, I didn't like the narrator. She has an extremely strong southern accent. It didn't take me long to determine that she was the perfect voice for Angel. Angel is "white trash", so it makes sense for her to have a "hick" voice.

Can't wait to get to the next volume in this series.