Above and Beyond

Above and Beyond Review

Lucky

Two years ago I humiliated myself by declaring my love to an older man who clearly didn’t share my feelings. And that’s fine. One day Zach will come around. Meanwhile, I’ve built a life for myself in northern Montana, pursuing my college degree while working hard toward certification in high-risk alpine search and rescue on the side. And perhaps I’ve kept the danger part a secret from my two dads. After all, what they don’t know won’t hurt them...

Everything’s going exactly as planned until my dads send Zach to check on me just as I’m dealing with an ex who doesn’t understand the meaning of the word no. It’s bad enough Zach still thinks of me as a child; now he also thinks I’m incapable of looking out for myself. I need to get him off my back before he finds out I’m not heading to Wyoming for summer break like everyone thinks. I’m going to Glacier National Park to learn how to rappel from helicopters…

Zach

Two years ago I wanted something I couldn't have, so I threw myself back into my job as an Army Ranger and wound up scarred in more ways than one. When the army dumps my sorry self back into the real world, it’s time to start over. I accept a summer job teaching high-risk search and rescue. On the way there, all I have to do is peek in on little Lucky Reed and make sure he’s okay.

He’s not. Someone has it out for him, and I’ll be damned if I’m going to let him get hurt on my watch. My plan is to keep him safe until he heads south for his summer job playing trail guide to tourists. Once he’s gone, I’ll be free to head to Glacier where my biggest challenge will be keeping a handful of alpine search and rescue students safe as they learn how to dangle from helicopters high above the Rocky Mountains.

It’s all fine. Until it’s not. Danger follows us to Glacier, and by the time I finally start seeing Lucky as more than the awkward teenager he used to be, I wonder if it’s too late to convince him that this scarred soldier sees him as anything but little anymore.

Title:Above and Beyond
Edition Language:English

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  • Wendy

    It has been some time, but I finally got my Sloane Kennedy/Lucy Lennox fix. This is the fourth book in the Twist of Fate series and this time we get "Lucky's story. And those of you who have been r...

  • ~?~D?ni(ela) ? ?? love & semi-colons~?~

    But of course a crazy, old naked lady is included in this story. Lucy Lennox can't help herself. Fortunately, that's a mere blip in an otherwise relationship-focused story with major hurt/comfort over...

  • Denise H.

    Older Zach and younger Lucky, find their way home.... I’ve read nearly every book from Sloan’s Kennedy and Lucy Lennox, and I’ll never have enough. This is fantastic as usual. Zach, about 35, is...

  • Vanna

    2 disappointing-stars!! 😥 This just never took off for me. Having read the previous books in the series, I was certainly expecting angst, suspense and thrill.. but was not expecting such an unlikab...

  • Chris

    This is another intense yet heart warming romance... Alpha male with emotional issues and vulnerable cutie pining for his “not available “ love. Yes there’s drama, angst and high risk monuments,...

  • CaRo

    Good storytelling but it was a little bit long. And I got frustrated with Zach because DUDE let`s make up your mind I don`t want to read every second page about your inner struggle and self hate......

  • Bookreader87(Amanda)

    The heart wants what the heart wants...2.75 stars The push/pull was too much. Can't really see what Lucky saw in Zach. It gave me the feeling of a puppy constantly being kicked. Just sad. ...

  • Alex

    I read book 3 not so long ago so I remembered how Lucky & Zack met... The timeline in this one was all off and it just bothered me! Lucky wasn't 15 when he met Zack. He was 17, almost 18.I couldn't pa...

  • Annika

    Audiobook reviewNarration: 4,5 starsStory: 3 starsIt’s been a while since the last book in this series. This time we follow Lucky, the foster kid we meet in the first book (though you don’t have ...

  • Sanaa

    3.75 stars Meh not a bad read but got kinda bored. I love a good age gap romance and glad I gave this a chance. Review soon....