Wednesday, 28 March 2018
Review: Cravings - Kit Rocha
Length: 2,511 words
Characters: Noelle and Jas
Timeline: Set before Beyond Forever.
Cravings: August 2017 Patreon Reward Story. This story is a short vignette voted on by our Patreon supporters. In it, Jas takes care of a very pregnant Noelle as they discuss the future they want for their family--and its legacy. It's short, it's sweet, and it's a lot of fun. (Also, find out what their kid will be named!)
Now available to read for free on Kit Rocha's website: http://kitrocha.com/book/beyond-hea-cravings/
Beyond Denial (A Beyond Happily Ever After 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)
Gideon's Riders Series:
(Spin off series)
6th Sense (Free short story)
Visit Kit Rocha's website for more information.
Cravings is a short story that was originally available through Kit Rocha's Patreon page where you can sponsor the author and read a short story every month. After six months these stories become available on Kit Rocha's website so you can now read this one for free.
This story gives us a chance to catch up with the first couple from the series Noelle and Jas, of course we've seen lots of them throughout the series but usually with Lex and Dallas so it was nice to have a story that focuses on just the two of them. Noelle is now heavily pregnant and I loved seeing Jas spoil her and I loved getting to find out the future baby's name too.
Cravings was a sweet story rather than a spicy one but it was a lovely slice of life and it makes me want to go back and start rereading the original books.
Source: Read for free on Kit Rocha's website
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