Episode 3: Beyond Pain

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Beyond Pain by Kit Rocha

In this episode of Beyond the Sectors, Chelsea and Ana lovingly dissect Bren & Six, the cage-matches, the trauma, there-is-more-to-life-than-revenge tropes, flawed found family dynamics and the collision between the political and relational storylines as the O’Kanes try to unravel what has gone wrong in Sector Three.

Bren has been guiding and training Six as she gets to know the O’Kanes, face her past and learn to trust and hope again, but when a villain from his past re-surfaces his need for revenge exposes cracks in his relationships with the gang and almost destroys his relationship with Six.

Listen as we discuss Bren and Six’s relationships with their pasts, their kinks, the gang and each other in Beyond Pain.

Also mentioned in this episode are some of the future leads, Noah, Emma, Mad, Scarlet, Ace, Rachel & Cruz including a discussion of Ace’s role in helping Six understand Bren’s desire and need for pain.

Books mentioned: The Gideon’s Riders Series, Beyond Jealousy (4), Beyond Ruin (7), Beyond Temptation (3.5)

We also allude to Beyond Doubt — Bren and Six’s post-HEA #OkaneforLife story.

Episode Three Transcript coming soon!

Where to Find us on the Web:

Chelsea Outlaw co-hosts the Not Now I’m Reading podcast with Kay Taylor Rea.  She is @anoutlawlife on Twitter.

Ana Coqui reviews romance, SFF and more at AnaCoqui: Immersed in Books and Love in Panels and on Twitter

Published by beyondthesectors

Ana Coqui & Chelsea Outlaw are long-time Kit Rocha fans. We love the #Beyondverse and want to share our love for these novels with other readers

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