Book 7 (of 9) in the best-selling, multi-award-winning Beyond series.
Adrian Maddox fled his royal life - and tragic past - in Sector One, choosing instead to join up with the O’Kanes. For years, he’s lived by one rule: love fast, love hard, and always be willing to walk away. He’s managed to guard his heart, keep it whole and untouched - until now.
They couldn’t be more different - Dylan, the brilliant, burned-out doctor from Eden who drowns his pain with drugs and self-destruction. Scarlet, the sensuous, sexy rocker from Three, a woman unafraid to embrace the world. And Jade, the whore turned spy from Sector Two, who battled addiction and came out stronger than anyone he’s ever met.
Separately, they make Mad long to open his heart, to tumble head-first into a sea of possibilities and wild love. Together, they make him burn, inside and out, with lust and unbearable, unimaginable pleasure.
Then one fateful moment shakes their world to its foundations - and leaves the sectors on the verge of all-out war with Eden. It’s the biggest fight the O’Kanes have ever faced, and Mad and his lovers are at the dead center of it. They could end up with everything they never knew they wanted - or lose it all. Including their lives.
The Beyond series is dystopian erotic romance. While the books explore kink and sex with multiple partners in a dark and decadent world, all sex between characters is 100 percent consensual.
What listeners say about Beyond Ruin
She does an ok job but I am so used to Lucy Malone it has been distracting....
I bought the book on kindle first as it took so long to come out on audio so didn't notice the narrator change till I re-listened to all the books again...
Not un-listenable just different..
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Better and better
These stories started off as mostly sex and relationships. Now the back story is so intense I find myself skipping over the sexy bits to get back to the war going on. If you haven’t read them all start at the beginning. I’ve become so invested in these characters! I wish the story didn’t have to end in the next two books.