3.5 star review

ARC Review – Beyond Addiction

Beyond Addiction
by Kit Rocha

Beyond Addiction

I received an ARC of this book from the Publisher, via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review. 

This is book 5 in the Beyond Series, a post-apocalyptic erotice/romance series. You can read my previous reviews here.

Trix was left hanging with one hell of a cliffhanger at the end of the last book. That is rather expeditiously resolved at the beginning of this story, when she lands right back into Sector 5 and the hands of her former lover, Finn. Finn is a man on the edge, a man who only wants a front row seat with no exit plan to the ruination of Sector 5. But, when Trix shows up everything changes. While he doesn’t start out wanting to change his path, he does have a new goal.

Despite the action, this book seems both more relaxed and introspective. Overall, I’d say this book was less about Trix and Finn (though don’t get me wrong, there was plenty of sizzle), and more about expanding the world building. And that is the thing about these stories; they are creating such a novel, raunchy, post apocalyptic-dystopian world, that these books just aren’t stand alones. While this is absolutely not my favorite story or couple, I still enjoy the world that is being built and can’t wait for the next one.

But one more thing, I’d love to find out more about Ryder.

3.5 stars
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