Posted in Reviews
October 1, 2012

Beyond Shame is A Futuristic Western Tattoo Fest

I was attracted to BEYOND SHAME by Kit Rocha because I saw someone promoting on Facebook.  (Was it Angela James?) BEYOND SHAME releases Oct 2nd (tomorrow) and I wanted to check it out because of the title and cover–both of which are great.

If you’re looking for solid writing, for public sex-scenes, for private foursomes, and a western-y futuristic backdrop full of motifs like moonshine, bar life, and lots of tattoos — then this is the book for you!

The main heroine is a girl from a repressive city background who wants to be sooo bad, and see-saws between wanting the protection and closeness of her hero and wanting to try everything sexual with everyone. The hero wants her to sort out what’s behind her need to be very bad and do shameful things.


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  • Liz Everly

    Great review, Madeline! I love the way you compare Beyond Shame to so many others. Nicely done. Tomorrow I weigh in on BJs. Stay tuned!

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  • elizabethshore

    Love the post, Leeyanne! We erotic romance readers are indeed vested in the romance. Multiple partners in their various permutations (F/M, F/F, M/M, etc) are cool by me, but they’ve gotta have feelings for one another. Can’t wait for Liz’s BJ post tomorrow!

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  • ellaquinnauthor

    Wonderful review. I agree. I don’t want my hero handing the heroine around.

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