Deal with the Devil
The United States went belly up 45 years ago when our power grid was wiped out. Too few live in well-protected isolation while the rest of us scrape by on the margins. The only thing that matters is survival. By ...more
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Wow, I cannot believe that it's been two years since I've read the last Kit Rocha book.
To be honest, I had a bit of a hard time with this book. The idea is good. It's set in the same post-apo/dystopian world as the Beyond series. But except for the Flares, there is very little in common. It takes place in a different part of America, and I could not find any direct reference to the previous series. ...more
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pitched as a cross between Orphan Black and the Avengers, in which a trio of MERCENARY LIBRARIANS are approached by a team of rogue super soldiers in order to seek out a treasure trove of lost 21st century data while facing raiders, betrayal, and the danger of falling in love.
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Years after the power grid failed, causing a ...more
I won't say anything spoilery cuz we still got a way to go before this one comes out but I love ladies who can kick ass and our Mercenary Librarians are just that! Knox and his team were not ...more
Received this as an ARC.
I wanted to love this book. I ended up liking it more than I expected, but I felt so much of the first third was a slog for some reason. (I kept looking at the percentage on my kindle, wondering why I was still at 30%....)
I'm not sure what wasn't working for me. The plot felt a little all over the place. There's a strong romance subplot, but it lacked (for me) enough emotional investment for me to believe in the romance. When one main character realized they ...more
Things I liked - Nina and her crew and the way they worked together. The portrait of how to practice idealism and ...more
The book centers around a world in the not to distant future that was fairly frightening in its possible reality. Both Knox and Nina are products of their environment (literally). The world they inhabit is post-apocalyptic. The ...more
I have been a fan of Kit Rocha for years and was lucky enough to have been given a chance to read and review the first book in their new series early! It was so good!!! Well written with fantastic character-building. This book compares well with the Beyond series, which I was a bit worried about, except that the sexy times are not quite as intense (at least so far). There were even a few somewhat obscure references to things from that series. There is plenty of intrigue, ...more
The storyline is set in former Atlanta and tells Nina and Knox's story.
It's a fast paced read, action packed, raw and gritty - an unputdownable, hanging on the edge of my seat read that kept me in suspense from chapter one til the end.
This is a book that you HAVE to have on your TBR pile. Nina, Knox and their crews are amazing. They're nothing like Lex and Dallas and their crew back in the sectors and Eden, and yet they are.
I loved everything about this book
Kit Rocha is the dystopian-erotic-romance writing alter-ego of writing duo Moira Rogers.