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Beyond What is Given (Flight & Glory) by [Yarros, Rebecca]
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Editorial Reviews


"Swoon, hotness, intense feels, strong angst, a tortured Alpha hero, a strong heroine, and a story with twists and turns, and characters I fell in love with. It's definitely a new favorite!" ~ Aestas Book Blog

"Rebecca Yarros writes words that are pure, sweet, sizzling poetry. Compelling characters and a realistic, emotional journey. You want this book." ~ Tessa Bailey, New York Times & USA Today Bestselling Author.

"Beautiful, hopeful, heartbreaking, and real. Rebecca Yarros makes me feel. She breaks my heart only to mend it back stronger." ~ Rachel Harris, New York Times Bestselling Author 

"This book was phenomenal. In my opinion- her best to date." ~ Book Starlets 

"Good" doesn't even begin to describe how good this book was--more like beautiful, heartbreaking, wonderful, amazing." ~ Shelly, Give Me Books Blog 

From the Author

Want to read more from Rebecca?
If you love sexy, emotional New Adult romance with swoony heroes, check out the rest of the Flight & Glory Series! 

The Flight & Glory Series
A series of interconnected standalones of award-winning New Adult military romance.
  • Full Measures (Book 1) - Josh & Ember
  • Eyes Turned Skyward (Book 2) - Jagger & Paisley
  • Beyond What is Given (Book 3) - Grayson & Sam
  • Hallowed Ground (Book 4) - Josh & Ember's Conclusion
The Legacy Series
A group of elite hotshot firefighters return home to the Colorado Rocky Mountains to rebuild the team their fathers died for, and find loves hotter than the flames they battle.
  • Point of Origin (A Legacy Novella--Prequel) Free on Kindle Unlimited!
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Product Details

  • File Size: 1793 KB
  • Print Length: 462 pages
  • Publisher: Entangled: Embrace (September 28, 2015)
  • Publication Date: September 28, 2015
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B013P2ERCG
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #45,465 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Beauty in tragedy, Hope within despair, and among it all...Love.

There are moments when I’m absolutely certain this author can’t push the depths of my emotions any further, and then...

She releases another novel.

The Flight & Glory series is one of my all time favorite compilation of books. I fell in love with Josh and Ember’s strength in Full Measures, fanned myself over Jagger and Paisley’s passion in Eyes Turned Skyward, and now I’m losing it over Sam and Grayson.

Yarros’ characters are crafted with the upmost care and true attention to human nature. She breathes life into them with action and passion and brilliantly placed dynamics. It’s as if this isn’t a work of fiction, but merely a documentation of real people’s lives occurring just outside our own homes. The raw emotions she pushes into them are what makes them tangible and the effortless companionship created between each character is what continues to bring readers back to the pages again and again.

And Sam and Grayson are no exception. With each new duo of perspectives a new bond is formed between reader and character, and it is truly a beautiful experience. Sam is a spark-plug, readers have known that since the first novel, Full Measures, but, Beyond What Is Given invites readers into her mind and what is found there is nothing short of admirable. She is fierce, but in a way that is unique to her two female counterparts (Ember & Paisley) She is a firecracker embodied in a beautiful woman still struggling against strenuous circumstances outside of her control and her actions throughout her struggle are what make her incredibly endearing.

Grayson. Ah, Grayson, le sigh.
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"She frustrates the sh!t out of me, pushes me past my comfort zone. She breaks down every wall I have with no permission or apologies. She turns me into a lunatic just to get my hands on her, and when I do..." I closed my eyes. "She owns me. It's not that I'm not capable of being without her, but I'm better with her. Because of her. She's the only possible future I see for myself, and that's what scares the sh!t out of me."
I give you Grayson Masters, ladies and gentlemen. O. M. freaking G. ;)

I absolutely loved Beyond What is Given. It was an amazing ride from start to finish--everything that Sam and Grayson went through, every step they took to reach their goals and to fix the things in their lives that needed repair...yeah, just amazing. I highlighted the heck out of the book in the process too--darn them, they just kept saying things about and to each other that were highlighter-worthy. Even when they weren't together--which at times felt like to gosh darn much of the book--I was highlighting.
"If there was an manual on Grayson, it would be written in a dead dialect of Aramaic and then published in Braille. He's impossible."

Fortunately, after all the drama, he separations because they had to, the separations because they needed to (darn it, those parts were hard), all the standing up for themselves and their choices and the putting back together of their lives that had to be done, Ms. Yarros gave us an oh-so-happy ending. Thank. God. With am awesome epilogue that I just might read again once I'm finished writing my review.

Who am I kidding? I'll read it--probably twice--and all my highlights as well.
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I’m so conflicted about this book. I hated it and kinda loved it too. I love Rebecca, I love the Flight and Glory series, I love my flyboys, but I just could not connect with this book. I could not and I’m so sad and disappointed! And since I promised myself to be nothing but honest with my reviews I have to review this one as a 3 star.

Unlike others, I have read the previous two books, although this could be read as a standalone, I think both Full Measures and Eyes Turned Skyward should be read before this one. Full Measures is a solid big 5 stars for me, that book brings all the feels. Eyes Turned Skyward is also beautiful and an instant favorite. You see where I’m going with this I had ridiculously high expectations for this book.

I will try to review this without spoilers as much as I can, not sure if I can though. We first meet Samantha (Sam) in Full Measures, she’s Ember’s best friend and she’s awesome, we find out in ETS that something happens with her and she gets kicked out of school. Grayson we meet in ETS, he is Josh and Jagger’s roommate, quiet, reserved, loyal, great friend when he needs to be. We know he cooks, has 4 sisters and travels back home a lot. I was intrigued, I wanted to know what was up with Sam and what was Grayson’s reason to go home that often.

But I just did not expect this storyline. I thought this book was about a different theme. Had I known this book was all about second best and second choices I might not have had these expectations, so yeah I did not see that coming. Everyone that knows me and my book preferences knows I hate books where one character is made to feel like they are the second choice and where there’s a perfect and beautiful third person lurking at the background and conflicting one of my MCs for way too long.
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