Sunday, 17 September 2017
Review: Beyond Doubt - Kit Rocha
O’Kane for Life…
Winning a war might be enough for most people, but Bren and Six aren’t interested in kicking back to enjoy peace. Not when they finally have the time—and resources—to protect the people in the sector they now rule.
Especially the orphaned street kids.
Six remembers how hard it is to trust when your whole life has been a struggle to survive. Bren remembers how hard it is to be patient. Together, they have the skills and the power to make a better world than the one they grew up in—but only if they can be honest about the future they want.
Not just for Sector Three, but for themselves.
Beyond Denial (A Beyond Happily Ever After free short story)
Flash (Free short story)
Beyond Temptation (Novella in the Marked Anthology or as a separate ebook)
Beyond Solitude (Novella in the Alpha's After Dark Anthology or as a separate ebook)
Beyond Possession (Novella)
Closed Doors (A Beyond Happily Ever After short story)
Blank Canvas (A Beyond Happily Ever After free short story)
Creative Incentives (Free short story)
Beyond Doubt (An O'Kane for Life novella)
Cravings (Free short story)
Beyond Forever (An O'Kane for Life novella)
Dessert (Free short story)
Ravished (Free short story)
Efficient (Free short story)
Memorial (Free short story)
Fierce Protector (Free short story)
A Little Bit Bad (Free short story)
Diplomacy (Free short story)
Gideon's Riders Series:
(Spin off series)
Makhai (Free short story)
6th Sense (Free short story)
High Priestess (Free short story)
Girls' Night Out (Free short story)
Visit Kit Rocha's website for more information.
Beyond Doubt gives readers a chance to revisit some of our favourite characters after the war has ended. Six is now in charge of Sector Three and leadership sits heavily on her shoulders but Bren is always there to back her up in whatever way she needs. I loved seeing them working together and trying to turn things around in Three, life hasn't been easy for people living there for a long time but Six and Bren are determined to make things better for everyone, but especially for the numerous orphaned children.
I don't want to say much more than that because this is a fairly short story so it's better for you to find out how it all unfolds for yourself but I really enjoyed spending time with this couple and seeing what their life is like now that the war is over. Don't worry though, just because they're based in Sector Three doesn't mean you won't see some other familiar faces from the O'Kane family!
This was a fab snippet and I'm really looking forward to more of the O'Kane for Live novellas.
Source: Received from the author in exchange for an honest review
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