Wednesday, December 3, 2014
ARC Book review:Beyond Possession (Beyond #5.5) by Kit Rocha
ARC provided by author
Tatiana Stone has worked hard to establish herself as one of Sector Four's most skilled crafters. All she wants is peace--but the sins of her father haunt her. He ruled the sector as a petty tyrant before the O'Kane takeover, and plenty of people harbor bitter memories of his cruelty. Especially now that Tatiana's beloved baby sister has fallen in with a man who wants to start a revolution.
Zan failed his boss once, and it won't happen again. So when Dallas O'Kane asks him to defuse the rebellion brewing in the sector, he'll do whatever it takes to get the job done--including seduce Tatiana. It's the perfect opportunity to get closer to the pretty crafter and complete his mission. But what he discovers is a fiery, passionate woman--and an affair that could destroy them both.
Followers of this series will recognize Zan from previous books in the series. Zan had a serious brush with death before and feels like he failed Dallas when he didn't protect someone he was supposed to. Now he is determined to redeem himself and protect Tatiana Stone. There is some serious trouble brewing in sector 4 and he's tapped to figure out just what's going on and to stop it if possible. Tatiana has been running her own store with her homemade soaps and things. Trying to live a peaceful quiet life is hard under the shadow of her dad's bad actions. It all falls apart one night in a blaze of fire! I loved Zan and Tatiana's relationship development. It may seemed to go fast but it's a novella and i think you are led to believe that they have flirted with each other before. I didn't like the story between Tatiana and her sister. It's hard to believe the sister could possibly be so naive about life in the sectors and men. Why would Tatiana shelter her from that considering what could happen. Overall i enjoyed the story and as always loved the the folks of sector 4.
Find out more about the series and Kit Rocha here www.KitRocha.com