Lucky is having a hard time adjusting to civilian life. He loves his work at the hospital but adjusting to college at 30 isn't how he imagined. His one saving grace is his friendship with Rachel, his 3rd shift co-worker. Rachel can't seem to stay away from Lucky and she lays down tons of rules to avoid getting hurt again.
The chemistry between Lucky and Rachel is so far off the charts it's like the 4th of July every time they're near each other. I love that Lucky is sexy, protective and unique in the world of military romances, he doesn't have PTSD. Rachel is independent a bit stubbornly so. Though, she's very likable and funny.
To say I was engrossed in Here and Now is an understatement. The story was well written perfectly paced and I didn't want to put it down when I was about to fall asleep at night. If you enjoy a steamy military romance with an enormous amount of heart, I highly recommend Here and Now.