Maddox and Jade are so similar and carry such guilt on their damaged souls. However, while Maddox is doing everything that he can to prevent ever being tied to Sector One again, Jade is willing to return and lead Sector Two when she is needed. Dylan and Scarlet, even though there is a little tension between them at first, are both the caregivers and want nothing more than to protect and shelter their partners who they love. The four of them tumble into this heady, sensual and passionate love story that has them holding on and trying to make sense of all the complexities.
After all, a relationship between two people is difficult enough. But, when you add two more to the mix…well…you know it is not going to be easy. Their indulgent ways can be intoxicating and can seduce even the most cynical bastard.
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Throw in Scarlet and Jade…. We may be used to Kit Rocha giving us sexy storylines but never with a foursome featured and this provided a different feel and I loved that! Further, we also get to find out more about the elusive Eden, Sector One and how the Sectors are all banding together against what is pouring down on them from Eden, proving once again that the imaginations of these authors know no bounds when it comes to this dystopian world. Kit Rocha continue to add layer upon complex layer and intricately interweave an overall story arc that is not only fascinating but brilliant as all heck.
And, if you are wondering if this book in the series follows its predecessors and is smutty goodness at its absolute best. Well, do you really think it would be any other way? And, holy fiery crotch-rockets! Kit Rocha has penned some erotically charged, filthy and panty-wetting goodness. Not to mention that so many of the scenes were so beautifully, emotionally charged that you could not help but be swept away with the romance of it all. Be prepared for your girly parts or your boy parts not only to tingle but to be explosively electrocuted.
All in all, Beyond Ruin proved to me once again why I am such a fan-girl of these authors and this series. You simply never know what to expect with each book. Further, with each book you get a deliciously sexy love story. They have all somehow weaved their way into my panties heart. Seriously, the next book about Hawk and Jeni cannot come fast enough for me!
It was a whole language, one only the four of them could ever comprehend, their new native tongue. It would shelter them, give them strength, show the world what they meant to each other. View all 53 comments. I wasn't really sure about the dynamics of a 4 way relationship but it definitely DID work He's always come across as a bit of a jaded character but something of an enigma and I definitely fell for him here. He is a doctor from Eden and has witnessed some horrific things which turned him to drugs to block things out. Jade Has been used to a privileged life of luxury in Sector Two where she was a spy,trained in the art of seduction.
When she arrives in Sector Four people treat her as being fragile but deep down she's anything but. Scarlet Originally from Sector Three she has not had the lifestyle the other 3 had and has had to look after herself. He still has strong family ties to Sector One. However,although it might be his destiny to run Sector One some day,his loyalties are firmly with the Okanes's in Sector Four. However both couples feel they are missing something They all stumble into a relationship which,when they get together is explosive The sex scenes are plentiful but at no time are they dirty or smutty.
They are highly erotic and very well written. What I enjoyed more here than in previous books was the involvement of the different Sectors,as they came together to prepare for war against Eden. This is a raw,gritty,highly sexual Dystopian series that probably won't be for everyone but I've been hooked since book 1 and look forward to continuing the journey of these amazing characters View all 90 comments. Before I started Beyond Ruin, I was actually really worried.
The plot really developed from Beyond Shame. We met more people from Eden and also from other sectors. And it promised a lot of possibilities. But since I knew there would be four main heroes in this novel, I was a bit skeptical if we gonna get some development for the plot. And I was wrong; there was no need for worries.
Actually, the plot was the best in the series till now. The whole novel was probably one of the best in the whole series. I expected many things - and I got them and much more. It's not such an unusual thing to find a book with three main characters. But I never read one with 4. And I own big applause to the authors because they managed to make sure no one was left out and all were committed to all. Since this is a book number 7, we know Mad since Beyond Shame. I believe we met Dylan and Jade in Beyond Control. And Scarlet in Beyond Pain. So we had a lot of time to find some things about them.
And Beyond Ruin gave us their evolution. They started to fight their demons and for themselves, their futures. Which resulted in an interesting artwork of characters and personal development. We also got glimpses a lot of Sector One which should be getting its own novels. I loved Gideon for the first moment, and right now I love him even more.
After reading Beyond Ruin I am really happy and shocked what we got from this novel. But I am also stressed, worried and nervous because now I have to wait for next novel. View all 4 comments. Jeni and Hawk's pointless POVs. I understand that it's a way to tease us with their forthcoming book, and that's fine. However, make it more relevant to the overall series plot rather than just Jeni mu The Good: However, make it more relevant to the overall series plot rather than just Jeni musing over her going-nowhere relationship with Lex and Dallas, or her serving Hawk a drink, or that gardening interlude; The HEA foursome.
Frankly, I thought it would be worse. That said, it's not great. Frankly Mad and Dylan have the most chemistry and genuine intimacy between them. Scarlet and Jade's relationship felt weirdly flat, which is bizarre, because they were an established couple already. I think the reason for this lies in the insufficient character development. And that's a shame, because all of them have major baggage that I feel is very relevant to their fantastic foursome, and it just doesn't get explored thoroughly enough, especially when it comes to Scarlet and Dylan.
As it is now, the whole foursome thing is not terrible by any means, but at the same time it feels a bit like a house of cards to me. I say this in many of my reviews of the Beyond series, but I'll say it again This is one of the few series that feature female MC's that I can still stand to read. In fact, it may be the only one left. But what keeps me reading, even through t ARC of Beyond Ruin by Kit Rocha was generously provided to me by the authors in exchange for an honest review.
But what keeps me reading, even through the presence of female MC's is that these women do not damsel. They are strong, kick-ass women who aren't afraid to go after what they want. And when it comes to protecting their own, they are just as fierce as their men. More so, in many cases. So, I keep right on reading. I also need to say that this book is not meant to be read as a stand alone. There is an overall story arc that takes place from book one, though this one, and will continue through to the series end.
Start with Beyond Shame. For ages, I've been looking forward to reading Doc Dylan and Mad's story. I had no idea, for the longest time, that their story would also feature Jade and Scarlet. The only rules about relationships, in Sector Four, are those the parties involved put there. No judgement from anyone else. And that's how it should be, really. Relationships can be difficult enough without everyone else trying to make them even harder.
Jade, Scarlet, Mad and Dylan are all damaged by life, as so many in the Sectors are, and they bring all of their life experiences and insecurities and their strengths to the table. No matter that life has thrown at them, they're still standing and they're still strong, even when they just want to forget. And they finally come together when everything else seems to be falling apart. And working with four people in a relationship takes so much compromise and understanding. Everyone needs to be willing to bend more than if it's just two people.
And that is hard, no matter what. Each of our MC's, though, fits the needs of the others and the four of them are stronger than the two previous pairs of them were. So, it just worked. In Beyond Ruin , things are past the heating up point between the Sectors and Eden. Eden has all the comforts and most of the power, but they want it all. Greed rules them and they can't just leave the Sectors to their own rule, causing upheaval and unimaginable pain to those affected.
Jade and Lex maybe most of all. And Beyond Ruin makes is clear that there is no way to avoid war. I'm really looking forward to seeing how all this plays out. Feb 04, Heather the Queen of Smut Books rated it really liked it.
Come to me you sexy fucker!!! It's about to get squishy in here. This book is the story of Jade, Scarlett, Dylan, and Mad a quad relationship. For me, I think way too much work, for them I say follow your bliss. Individually I like Jade the most by far. She was raised to be a concubine in Sector Two, was previously addicted to some nasty drugs, and we learn she feels deeply for the women of her previous sector.
Probably Scarlett is the least developed I'm not sure what I know about her except about her sexual fetishes, she's a singer, and came from the poor This book is the story of Jade, Scarlett, Dylan, and Mad a quad relationship. I'm not sure what I know about her except about her sexual fetishes, she's a singer, and came from the poor district. Dylan was always intriguing, though I think I found him more so in the other books. He's a doctor from Eden and drug addict. Mad is from Sector One and probably should have been the leader but he fled the zone for Sector Four.
I actually missed the other characters - we saw little tiny glimpses but this story was largely about the foursome and the political situation unfolding. I did like seeing more of Sector One and seeing Jade's dedication to Two but it felt quite different than the other books. Also, I think I've finally put my finger on what bugs me about menage sex scenes. There is so much talking especially in these books!!!! I mean they are constantly having conversations about their magical sexual healing and how much so and so likes what during sex. That would drive me crazy after about 5 minutes.
That said the sex scenes were pretty hot and very plentiful. It was an interesting read but close to the bottom of for the Beyond series for me. Mar 02, Aly is so frigging bored rated it it was amazing Shelves: View all 5 comments. Mar 04, Kate's Corner rated it it was amazing Shelves: I am absolutely blown away by the seventh book in the series.
I know that my review will most certainly not do the book justice in any way whatsoever. And this was an even sweeter read because of that fact. Rocha creates a dystopian world beyond my expectations. It is gritty, hard, l I am absolutely blown away by the seventh book in the series. It is gritty, hard, lascivious, raw and fucking intense. From the first book I was hooked and each one got better and better. I can only assume that their other halves really benefit from it as well.
The world building is superb and I know that there have been some complaints about not knowing where it takes place but for me that is the best part of the series. I can use my own imagination as everyone uses their own and they get their own personal Sectors and Eden. There is kinky fuckery and I loved every moment of it.
Personally as it is so out of the box and borders are crossed I can see why it is a great success. Although each book concentrates on a certain couple or in this case couples. The overall plot and story was explosive. There are four protagonists in this book. Not after what happened to his mother, what he had to endure and to what lengths he lost his father.
He loathes himself that he could become a martyr without even trying hard. Maddox has never let himself someone he has always let them move on. Scarlet, a street rat from Sector Three, she is unapologetically herself. She is protective, dangerous, and stubborn and she has trouble written all over her. She has lived a hard life but she has lived her life she lost a lot after the bombing of Sector Three.
With a huge heart, with enough room for all of them. She is forgiving and takes the negative with the positive. After two tragic losses he turns to self-medication. But boy is he in silver fucking fox territory. I have a thing for men who are silver foxes. A doctor, a good doctor nonetheless he was a tool for Eden to torture citizens. He is on a self-destructive path if he continues the way he already is. He needs to care for people not as a doctor but more as a nurturer. A wealthy spy at that.
Who can spill bucket loads of secrets and is wealthier than anyone ever expected. Jade or Jyoti came to Sector Four with a drug problem but beat it. She is stronger than she thinks she is. Jade out of all of them has the strongest character development throughout the book. They all have their weakness and they complement each other. They are explosive together. But they want more specifically with two sexy ladies. You want to drag them into it for real? I want to see them shine together. Too much darkness, or not enough?
Be it Dallas giving Flash, Amira and their daughter Hanna a way out. But there were also moments were I felt all hot and fuzzy. It has everything from pushing your limits, to realising that with people at your back you will get through all that is to come. Ashwin finally cashes in his favour from Cruz. Take her somewhere safe. Chilled, he stared back. Holy shite, bloody brilliant. A book with Ashwin would be fucking epic. This leads to it hopefully fingers crossed anyway.
When Ashwin came looking for her-and Ashwin would come looking for her-Cruz needed to be the only person standing in his way. As a plot development for me I could see an outside influence approaching. What is behind the Sectors? Well there is a desert that is written in the book but what is beyond the desert? I really have no fucking clue how I managed to write a review for this book. Review can be found at http: View all 8 comments. Nov 09, Erin Arkin rated it really liked it Shelves: To view it, click here.
Morgans and joes heartache from not being able to conceive a child of their own. The love from their friends with their offer of help. I couldn't stop the tears flowing with that phone call where they found out about dave being in a crash. Kaylas agony calls out to the readers and makes you feel like your there with her. I had a horrble feeling he was going to die but luckily he pulled through with the help of the crew.
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Oct 30, Christy Lynn rated it it was amazing. Hammer It Home Powertools series are great. The crew goes to great lengths for each other and this book is no different. Family is everything and no matter what happens they just get tighter. Jan 20, Nstefa rated it really liked it. Ok I read the rest of the series all together so I'm reviewing it as a whole There is a story too so not just porn Jul 26, Jessica rated it it was amazing Shelves: I lovr this series, I hope there is more of it to come! Aug 18, Trish rated it it was amazing Shelves: OMG-- I cried like three times.
Review to follow soon 4. Jul 31, Casey KcLu rated it it was amazing. Holy shit this was a hot one that brought quite a few tears to my eyes!! Boy does Jayne like to make us cry Jan 30, Lauren rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book has it all!!! The feels, I've seriously died; had a stroke from the fucking sexiness. Good "end" to the series, though I see there's a seventh book added on the goodreads series page; would definitely be interested in reading more.
Not sure I'll check out the Hot Rods, I've heard it doesn't have quite the feel this series did, a poor imitation. Just like he fucks. Spectacular Honestly, I don't know what to say. I have said so much about each book in the series, that I am afraid to repeat myself. I will say this, this final book ended the series in a glorious fashion! The sex grew steamy and the love out of this world. In this one, we see how the bond all eight held helped with two situations that will tug at your heart, but the result will asto Spectacular Honestly, I don't know what to say.
In this one, we see how the bond all eight held helped with two situations that will tug at your heart, but the result will astonish you! Emotional fun sexy kinky One of my favorites, the ultimate sacrifices these friend would make for each other was awe inspiring. There was kink of course lol laughter joy tears and fun and love. One heck of a family if you consider family is someone that has your back unconditionally.
Apr 02, Katherine rated it it was amazing. I cried after chapter 1, I cried almost the whole way through. Honey and crying not a combination I usual get but one no less beautiful. Thank you Jayne for sharing this world with us readers. Nov 11, Laura rated it it was amazing. Aug 18, Heather in FL rated it really liked it Shelves: This was a nice finish to the series. At least I think it's the finish. I didn't have that problem this time.
In the first major scene, it was one girl and all the guys. I didn't lose track of who was doing what. Then the next scene I can remember was just a threesome really. With three more people looking on, granted, but only three involved in the sexing. The third scene were This was a nice finish to the series. The third scene were there really only three? With everyone else looking on.
They're a very close group of friends, lol. There also seemed to be a lot more story in this one, which I enjoyed. I didn't enjoy the angst Made the overall story more realistic. It just sucked wondering what was ultimately going to happen, how it would all work out. But it all worked for me. And it all worked out OK. I also thought the introduction of the two new characters was a nice segue into a new series.
It'll be interesting to see if any of the "crew" make an appearance in that one, since Joe and Eli are cousins. And heck, it was Joe who introduced Eli and Alanso to the potential of group sex. So anyway, it was just a nice ending to the series. Nov 21, The Smutty Kitty rated it it was amazing. As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by KittyKelly 5 out of 5 Licks First things first-read the other books in the series before you read this one!
If you read this book without reading the first ones in the series you may thing it's all about the sex, but it's really all about the love between the crew. Nailed To The Wall carried a bit of a sad note at the end, but everything works out for Joe and Morgan in this one. Jayne loves to make us cry though so you likely won't get through this story w As posted on The Smutty Kitty reviewed by KittyKelly 5 out of 5 Licks First things first-read the other books in the series before you read this one! Jayne loves to make us cry though so you likely won't get through this story without some tears, but they are well worth it.
Things get rough for the crew about midway through but don't worry. Jayne wouldn't dare leave us without things being ok in the end. She also gives a great intro to the Hot Rods crew. I'm looking forward to checking out the Hot Rod books next. As always Gregory does a great job with the narration.
I'm sure it was crazy hard to do over 9 different voices, but he managed to do it. And shout out to that sexy cover!! Dec 09, Mariana Bezerra rated it really liked it Shelves: Last book on this series and I discovered the last two were the best, maybe because they were longer or just maybe because the crew is all together to help someone or just to mess around. This book felt Last book on this series and I discovered the last two were the best, maybe because they were longer or just maybe because the crew is all together to help someone or just to mess around.
This book felt like the most emotional and we happy more than just sex and love. Dave had a car accident and everyone is really sad about it, but it so nice watching the crew coming together to help Kayla and Dave, they are all really like a family. Plus we met the cousins from Canada and they made a pretty good entrance to this different world.
I think there could be a book very soon about the Cobra. Nov 04, Denise H. More is on the way in the Hot Rod series. In this one, Joe and Morgan can't have a baby, no matter how hard they've tried. The "crew" gets together and sperm is personally donated by Dave, Mike, James and Neil. If you know their dynamics from previous books you understand the polyamory. Emotional tale with these deeply thoughtful characters. Dave has a car crash the day Morgan and Joe find out she's pregnant. Tough tim Great series ending. Tough times for the crew, but they are a solid bunch and always there for each other.
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Publisher of the Year and Bi Writer of the Year. The awards are for books published in Sixty books were nominated to our second Bisexual Book Awards. No book awards has ever seen 60 bisexual book submissions," says Sheela Lambert, Director of the Bi Writers Association. Although this is only the second year of the Bisexual Book Awards, BWA has been working towards these same goals since our formation in Books were allowed to cross-nominate to multiple categories, if appropriate.
But the general fiction category got so huge this year, any books also nominated to a genre fiction category, had to be removed. According to Lambert, "judges were complaining they had too many books to read.
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The finalists will be announced in April and the winners will be announced at the Bisexual Book Awards Ceremony and Bi Lines VII, a reading and multi-arts celebration of bisexual writing, that will take place on Saturday May 31, so save the date. The festivities will be held in the community room at Westbeth in the West Village, a popular arts venue. More details will be announced in April and May. Enemy Combatant by Ron Albury, Createspace 7. Nevada by Imogen Binnie, Topside Press No End of the Bed, Lauren J.
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We expect to have eight awards, including six book categories: Bisexual YA Fiction 5. Any book with a bisexual character, bisexual storyline, bisexual subject matter or bisexual theme, is eligible for nomination. Awards are open to all authors regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity. Books can be nominated by the author, publisher , or the Bi Writers Association, however, anyone may contact BWA and suggest a book for nomination.
There are nine categories total, seven of which have open nominations. There is no fee to nominate a book. A panel of judges will decide each category. Books are judged on three main criteria: Finalists will be announced by May 1st, and winners will be announced at the Bisexual Book Awards in June of The Awards date is TBA. Bisexual books deserve more attention than that, so we created our awards in order to shine a spotlight on them.
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