Riley O’Neal is a great agent. He has done plenty of undercover work before but nothing like the assignment he has just been given. Maybe I should say never in a situation like the one he enters into with his new assigned partner. Riley is handsome, brave, intelligent, and creative. If I was in trouble I sure would not mind having this guy in my corner.
U.S. Army Lt. Mary “Chip” Anderson is a lady I would want in my corner too. She is smart, caring, strong, independent, and knows how to kick butt. This girl can take down just about anyone before they even know their in her cross hairs. It didn't take me long to know I'd like to be friends with this lady. She's pretty awesome.
Chip isn't all the keen on having been assigned Riley as her partner either. They are about to head out on a mission that is very dear to Chip's heart so she is willing to accept whatever help she needs to get the job done.
Riley and Chip work well together. There is plenty of heated attraction between them. There is also a friendship forming quickly while they are in one dangerous situation after another.
I don't want to tell you too much about the dramatic scenes in the book. I want you to expense that intense heart pounding feeling for yourself. I know that once I started this book I had a REALLY hard time putting it down.
Ms. Fletcher has a way with a story let me tell you. I adore this lady's work. She has created a phenomenal story line with great characters that quickly became friends. I cheered for their victories, feared for their lives a few times, and let out a sigh of relief when after each major drama.
Beyond Duty is part of the Northstar Security Series. Don't worry if you haven't had a chance to read the previous books yet. Each book stands on it's own just fine. I enjoyed each one though so I'd grab up the whole set and settle in for some stupendous reading.
I was given the opportunity to read this great story and it has been my pleasure to share my thoughts with you.
You may find more of my reviews on Stanalei Fletcher's work here.