Love and Decay: Boy Meets Girl by Rachel HigginsonThe Zombie Apocalypse couldn’t be more boring.
For the last two years Hendrix Parker’s life rotated in a constant routine of fighting Zombies, finding a place to spend the night and keeping his family safe. While all those things were admirable pursuits, they had begun to blur together in monotonous gray lines and a haze inducing fog.
He had let the world he lived in turn him into as much of a Zombie as the creatures he fought day in and day out.
Until his perfectly tedious world is thrown into upheaval with the arrival of two girls shopping for eyeliner.
Reagan Willow and Haley Gable tumble into the Parker’s lives with helpless charm and sarcastic cynicism and the boys can’t help but feel the strong need to protect them.
Especially Hendrix, who can’t ignore the irresistible pull Reagan has on him. She’s everything he never thought he would find, and the shot of life that digs him out of the corpse-like stupor he’s fallen into.
She might not feel the same way, but that won’t deter Hendrix from pursuing her. Maybe there’s nothing more than friendship between them, but their futures are now entwined, one way or the other. Hendrix has enlisted his brothers and young sister into joining Reagan’s journey south because he refuses to let the most beautiful thing at the end of the world out of his life.
Just as long as they can escape the Zombie horde alive first.
Love and Decay, Boy Meets Girl, is the first episode in the Love and Decay, Novella Series told from Hendrix’s point of View; and a Dystopian Romance about Zombies, the end of the world and finding someone to share it with.
This story takes place over multiple episodes, with a release date every two weeks. Approximately 20,000 words.
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It tells the story of the developing relationship between year-old Leo Hepple and year-old Judy Root. Both Root and her character Judy are transgender, making this the first BBC comedy to feature transgender issues prominently, and the first sitcom to star a transgender actor. Sophie Clarke-Jervoise, the executive producer, stated "we always knew we had to get a trans actress — I don't think we auditioned anyone who wasn't trans for the role. It just didn't feel right. The first series of six episodes aired between 3 September and 8 October
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Please refresh the page and retry. A s the United Kingdom is convulsed by a post-referendum outbreak of intolerance, goodness knows the nation needs all the harmony-enhancing, bridge-building entertainment it can lay its eyeballs on. Anything that promotes civilised values and challenges fear of otherness is to be welcomed and supported. It was in this spirit that, last year, Boy Meets Girl became the first mainstream comedy with a transgender lead character. The first series told of the sweet if wildly implausible romance between Judy Rebecca Root , a middle-aged transgender woman, and Leo Harry Hepple , a much younger man. The comedy lay in the reaction of their families, all of them cheerful, working-class north-easterners. When a comedy removes a source of tension it lets a lot of air out case in point: Niles and Daphne finally getting together in Frasier.