Early Review: Beyond Pain by Kit Rocha

Beyond Pain
Kit Rocha

Series: Beyond #3
Genre: dystopian / futuristic / erotic romance
Publication date: August 26, 2013 (PROBABLY!)
More Information: http://kitrocha.com/beyond-series/beyond-pain/
Book Sites: Goodreads
Source: *ARC* by author

Book Description:

A woman with no future…

Live fast, die young–anything else is a fantasy for Six. She’s endured the worst the sectors had to throw at her, but falling in with Dallas O’Kane’s Sector Four gang lands her in a whole new world of danger. They’re completely open about everything, including their sexuality–but she hasn’t survived this long by making herself vulnerable. Especially not to men as dominant as Brendan Donnelly.

A man without a past…

Bren is a killer, trained in Eden and thrown to the sectors. His one outlet is pain, in the cage and in the bedroom, and emotion is a luxury he can’t afford–until he meets Six. Protecting her soothes him, but it isn’t enough. Her hunger for touch sparks a journey of erotic discovery where anything goes–voyeurism, flogging, rough sex. He has only one rule: he won’t share her.

In Bren’s arms, Six is finally free to let go. But his obsession with the man who made him a monster could destroy the fragile connection they’ve forged, and cost him the one thing that makes him feel human–her love.

My Thoughts

Once again, the book does not disappoint. Only heightens the quality of the whole series even more, if possible. Donna and Bree wield a magic pen when putting to life characters such as Bren and Six. I fell in love with this series from book one, and am continuing that path. What is more, I cannot wait for the next one. (We get a glimpse in this one. All I am saying is go Cruz!!)

The authors give us a world that is hard to forget and hooks you in from the first sentence. They give us characters worth meeting, characters that either bring you memories, either make you want to be them or meet them. I have loved the storyline between the main characters, but also got hooked to some new characters and made me wish that the books of this series come out more often. But no! That is not how the publishing business works. *sad face*

Every hurt can be healed. I never believed that, personally. Until now. The belief that there is someone for every person out there may actually be true. This book makes me want to believe that. Thank you Kit Rocha! The title describes the emotion I felt while reading this book to a T. Pain. Such sad, raw emotion you feel for the characters even though they are just that, characters from a story. But makes you wish for more. And, a story is life. There are definitely few authors that can transfer the emotion and the essence of the characters as credible as Kit Rocha.

Probably my favourite thing from these books is that connection between the gore parts of life and the beautiful ones, and the scope of different points of view, because no story can be understood from one side only. That is what makes this book perfect in every way. I feel like I lack enough words. And I love that. 

Note: Short review this time. But sometimes that's all it takes. :)

Author Duo Links:
• Website (Kit Rocha): http://www.kitrocha.com
• Website (Moira Rogers): http://www.moirarogers.com
• Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheBrokenCircle
• Twitter (Announcements): http://twitter.com/kitrocha
• Twitter (Bree): http://twitter.com/moirarogersbree
• Twitter (Donna): http://twitter.com/donnajherren


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