Beyond Solitude

Posted April 1, 2014 by The Book & Alcohol Girls in Book Reviews / 0 Comments

by Kit Rocha
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This book may be unsuitable for people under 17 years of age due to its use of sexual content, drug and alcohol use, and/or violence.
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Beyond Solitude Book Cover Beyond Solitude
Kit Rocha
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When a motorcycle accident leaves Derek Ford riding a desk at the O’Kane compound, the last thing he needs is a sexy new assistant upending his office and his life. But Mia isn’t scared of her domineering boss. The friction between them generates an undeniable heat—but Mia will not be kept, and Ford will do anything to protect what’s his.

A few notes:

Unlike Beyond Temptation, this story stands separate from the main series plotline, with a tight focus on the hero and heroine as they travel through some parts of the Sectors we don't usually get to show.

This series just gets better with every story!!!

“Strength. Tenderness. Holding her close without holding her down. That was the promise of Dallas O’Kane, of all the O’Kanes.”

Mia and Ford are different from the others… Mia and Ford are also both are stubborn and possess a strong will.

Coming from sector two, Mia had a life’s worth of training running through her head, but she had one thing that was stronger. Hope. If Lex could get out of Two and make it, so could she.

Then there is Ford. Broken physically and emotionally. A loner by nature, he likes his numbers and alone time. When Lex sends Mia to to work with Ford, they both learn more than expected. Their trusting bond generates a strength neither of them ever thought they would have.

“I didn’t run to a stray, toothless mutt for protection. I ran to the snarly beast who grumbles and tolerates me, because I still believe you’d tear out the throat of anyone who came after me”

This novella was fantastic. In true Kit Rocha fashion the clever writing and white hot sex scenes made for a fabulous story. The series storyline was explained enough to keep the reader interested and ready for the next book, but this story was all Mia and Ford.

Five stars to a smart and sexy novella and as always, drink it with O’Kane Whiskey!


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