Book Reviews of Above And Beyond

Above And Beyond
Above And Beyond
Author: Sandra Brown
ISBN-13: 9781551662916
ISBN-10: 1551662914
Publication Date: 8/1/1997
Pages: 298
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 143 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 5
This was a GREAT book! Very unusual storyline that made you want to keep reading to find out what was going to happen!
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A very good read, it was previously published under the pseudonym Erin St. Claire
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Fast Read. A little different from the other Sandra Brown Books. I enjoyed it. Very cute book.
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I enjoyed this book.
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A very moving modern love story. Well worth reading.
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This is a great story of love, found through letters, and one man's quest to make the writer's dreams come true after she experiences the greatest loss of her life. It encourages all of us to take the risk and love again.
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A book about love, lose, and renewed love after tragedy strikes the life of a young woman, and how she copes with the ups and downs of her life.
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Great book. One of my favs by her.
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Previously pubplished under the pseudonym Erin St.Claire
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trevor rule had fallen in love with a woman he`d never seen - just by reading the love letters she`d written to her husband, his best friend.
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excellent read
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Killed in a bombing, Richard Stroud never got his wife's love letters. Trevor Rule did--and fell in love with the writer of those letters. He was a stranger with a terrible secret. She was a grieving widow locked in her memories. It would be a challenge to make her love him--and impossible if she ever found out the truth.
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ANOTHER GOOD BOOK BY SANDRA BROWN
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who would believe that trevor had fallen in love with a woman hed never seen just by reading her love letter shed written to her husband, his best friend?
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Who would believe that Trevor Rule had fallen in love with a woman he'd never seen--just by reading the love letters she'd written to her husband, his best friend? And now he had to convince Kyla that they both had the right to be happy, to move past the tragedy of Richard's death. He needed to prove to Kyla that he loved her enough to marry her and be a father to her baby.

But Trevor was harboring a secret, a secret with the power to destoy what he was trying so hard to create.
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good book
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great book
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Who would believe that Trevor Rule had fallen in love with a woman he'd never seen - just by reading the love letters she'd written to her husband, his best friend? And now he had to convince Kyla that they both had the right to be happy, to move past the tragedy of Richard's death. he needed to prove to Kyla that he loved her enough to marry her and be a father to her baby. But Trevor was harboring a secret, a secret with the power to destroy what he was trying so hard to create.
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Who would believe that Trevor Rule had fallen in love with a woman he'd never seen-just reading the love letters she'd written to her husband,his best friend? And now he had to convince Kyla that they both had the right to be happy,to move past the tragedy of Richard's death.He needed to prove to Kyla that he loved her enough to marry her and be a father to her baby.
But Trevo was harboring a secret,a secret with the power to destroy what he was trying so hard to create....
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Who would believe that Trevor Rule had fallen in love wiht a woman he'd never seen--just by reading the love letters she'd written to her husband, his best friend? And now he had to convince Kyla that they both had the right to be happy, to move past the tragedy of Richard's death. He needed to prove to Kyla that he loved her enough to marry her and be a father to her baby.

But Trevor was harboring a secret, a secret with power to destroy what he was trying hard to create.
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Who would believe that Trevor Rule had fallen in love with a woman he'd never seen -- just by reading the love letters she'd written to her husband, his best friend? And now he had to convince Kyla that they both had the right to be happy, to move past the tragedy of Richard's death. He needed to prove to Kyla that he loved her enough to marry her and be a father to her baby.

But Trevor was harboring a secret, a secret with the power to destroy what he was trying so hard to create.
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The letters Kyla sent to her husband, Sergeant Richard Stroud, stationed a world away, spoke of a love that stretched across the ocean and held the young couple together. But when tragedy ended their marriage too soon, Kyla was left a widow with a newborn son. And Richard left behind only a metal box filled with his wife's declarations of love. Trevor Rule had been Richard's best friend. Returning home from military duty, he carried with him the letters Kyla had sent. And with each one he read, he fell more in love with the gentle, passionate woman who had penned them. Now he needed to convince Kyla of his feelings, and that they both had the right to be happy, to move past the tragedy of Richard's death. But Trevor was harboring a secret, one with the power to destroy the love he was trying so hard to protect.