Haven is a series that follows a survivor named David as he attempts to stay alive, and help others stay alive, as the first winter since the virus that previously only created stumbling human zombies, has since mutated and crossed to the other inhuman species, producing far more lethal monsters, begins to reign over the land.
SERIES STATUS: Haven 2 is out now. I am putting the Haven series on hold for the moment to focus on Parasexual. Haven 3 will come out Early 2020.
When a medical marvel meant to change the very essence of humanity as a whole was unveiled, it did indeed change everything, but not in a way anyone was anticipating. A virus raged wildly out of control, consuming the whole world, turning half of humanity into mindless zombies, and half of the survivors into a variety of new species known now as the inhumans. In the decades that followed, society slowly began to rebuild and reform around these new realities.
Up until very recently, life on Earth could almost appear normal, if you weren't in a particularly dangerous area. Unfortunately, that all changed when the virus, which had previously only affected humans, suddenly mutated and made the jump to inhumans. Now, the world is ripping itself apart again as an army of new, incredibly lethal variants of the undead roam the countryside, killing everything in their path. And now, the first winter since this latest development is falling across the land.
David was born in the decades after society collapsed, so he was well-suited to a life of having to travel often, scavenge for supplies, and fight the living dead (and sometimes the living). Over the past year, his outlook has slowly grown dimmer, and after the village he decides to spend the winter at falls, leaving him and just a few friends alone and outnumbered in the frozen wilderness, he has no idea how they're going to survive...
After a midnight assault left their makeshift home in shambles and they themselves shaken, David, Evelyn, and April have decided that the time has come to find a new home. Somewhere safer. Somewhere like the abandoned campgrounds they recently discovered while exploring the nearby wilderness.
As the trio begins the process of not only attempting to establish their new life together in the wake of the fire that destroyed their previous home, but also establish their new three-way, budding relationship, it doesn't take long to begin encountering problems on both fronts.
The area around them isn't empty. Zombies of all kinds roam the frozen forests, bandits with no morals and too much ammo on their hands shake down innocent civilians just trying to survive, and the omnipresent cold of winter is relentless. On top of that, they keep running into others also displaced by the fire, those who are struggling, and David is learning that he really can't just turn a blind eye to their suffering. It's hard enough to take care of himself and the others, let alone trying to help new people. And on the relationship side of things, Cait, the absurdly beautiful redhead he first hooked up with on his way into the region, has shown back up, and she is deeply interested in him. Normally he would react with nothing but joy to this, but it's a little more complicated when you have two girlfriends and you all have your own insecurities to worry about.
But honestly, is having to balance three attractive, sexually enthusiastic women who all want your attention really that much of a problem?