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Another fabulous read. Follow-up on the aftermath of 9/11. We welcomed another couple in this book - one of whom have been hovering around in the last few books. Whether she stayed or otherwise, we’ll know in the next book or so. Not as much action that can keep you at the edge of the chair unlike previous books but nonetheless, still a great read!
I think these get better and better as they go along. And we go from two romances to three! Love that! It's great how they pick up right after the last one ends - no time in between. There was a delicious twist in this one that I didn't remember! Ooooo.... Good stuff. And Abby. *sa-woooon* Having so much fun with these! Very enjoyable.
The honour series continuesAnother great story in the series focusing on the aftermath of 9/11 and the attempt on the first daughter ' life
WowThis book is tamer than number four, but still very very could. It's also very realistic. Kinda scary too. They say normal people can't understand the minds of terrorists, maybe because we don't plan to kill innocent people for nothing more than an idea. Radclyffe portrays this point exceptionally well. She is truly an amazing and talented author. She seems to be able to undertake delicate and sensitive issues a d present them to you with sound arguments, even though you know these people are...
This fifth book of the 'Honor' series adds nuance, subterfuge, and tension as the follow-up to book four which focused almost exclusively on the people and events in and around the September 11, 2001 disaster. The current story covering the time frame from September 13 through October 1, 2001 is a multilayered enchantment revolving around three couples. It primarily links three very different physical locations interweaving the highly stressful moments within political and military scenes. Almos...
Still frustrated by the use of September 11th to further the plot. Still frustrated with Radclyffe's tendency to write around the action.
This series is entertaining with romance, love, sex, intrigue, mystery, and characters that for the most part love what they do and just want to be loved. They are not perfect just like people in "real life".
Boy this was packed with a lot of action, more agents are injured, and another identity revealed in the secrets surrounding terrorism. Radclyffe allows Diane to fall in love. With these feelings come hurt and confusion. I hope we'll get to see Mac get somewhere with Felicia.
I love this series--pure trash, lots of sex--I love them!
Rating: Hovers around 2.6-ish (rounding up to 3 stars) Honor Reclaimed is an OK continuation of the series. There is a better balance of dialogue, action, and love scenes compared to book four (Honor Guards). This balance not only makes the story flow but also makes all the relationships (not just Cam and Blair’s) feel more authentic. The return and subsequent disappearance of a certain mysterious supporting character piqued my interest, and I’m curious as to their involvement in book six of the...
Fifth of the Honor series.Assigned to protect her, an attractive Secret Service agent falls for the Presidents equally beautiful daughter. A deep conspiracy to overthrow the government keeps the agent and her detail busy protecting the woman she loves and the President from assassins. The main characters are rich, as are all the secondary characters. There are nine books, this is the fifth, and they are all filled with romance and action.It’s a great series? Start from the beginning. All nine bo...
The heat and tension is on. It’s getting better and better1. I am utterly amused at how many times the characters orgasm in the book. I wish reality is as such!2. My gripe is that Radclyffe tends to clip the ending short. There was so much built up to the finale and the end is just once over in a few. For this It would be the final big battle till the shift in location. That could have been drawn out . Cam and Blair are such a wonderful couple. A signature of Radclyffe; so much sacrifice and lov...
The saga continues “Then Blair felt it coming, the powerful surge of tenderness and want and need that coalesced in her heart and body to become love and something far greater than she could define with words or contain with mere flesh.” “She would die for his daughter, not out of duty, but out of love.”An intriguing series continues with another good, entertaining story with interesting characters & hot sex scenes extremely well written… What's gonna come next?
I am impressed and intrigued with Clair/Valerie, talk about a chameleon. Although, I will say, I like her and Diane together and do believe there is a future for them. Also, can I say how much I continue to like Stark :-) lol, Blair is showing Cam who's the boss around the relationship and I love every bit of it! :-)
In for the long run...I’ve been reading this book on-and-off for a few months and I’m glad I’m interested in it again enough to be able to finish it. I really like this series. The camaraderie between the agents and their lovers. The connections. A+
I have been enjoying this series so much this book and the last one have brought up memories from 9/11 and the story really makes me have all kinds of feels. I also love a storyline with strong woman and radclyffe is all over it in this series. I loved this book and I love this author
A little too much. I enjoyed the aspect of having two relationships in the previous novel, but now with the added romance between Diane and Valerie, things just seemed a little muddled. The story line was still good, and I always enjoy the romantic banter between Cam and Blair.
Radclyffe is a fantastic writer. It amazes me how she is able to create these webs of a story and have everything weave together so beautifully. Paula becomes Blair’s acting security chief. Cam and a team of Felicia, Renée, and Valerie work to uncover who was behind the attack on Blair. Valerie and Diana fall in love. They find the guy but before they can apprehend the guy Valerie is extracted by her handler and the information she reveals is leaked to help the guy escape.
It's always the same in all his books, the only thing that changes is the name of the character, is completely predictable (And I'm going to do the same with my reviews)
I liked the book but for some reason I find it lacking something I don't know what it is but it made the book a little dull to readI think the author past a golden opportunity to make the series more interesting if in the end cam failed to capture the criminal and the boom went off and that building just claps and everyone thought that cam had died in the explosion but actually he took her to a secret passage and made her his hostage you know years pass by ....... You know I could write a whole
Though the writing is addicting and some storylines are enticing (Renee & Paula), the story is a mad scramble of politics, confusion and schemes that leaves a bad taste in the mouth. I can't help when I reread the series to go all the way but I hope next time, I will read my own review and it would be enough to remember why I should skip this one. It's demoralizing.
Honor series is one of my two favourite Radclyffe series, and I return to it time after time. Now a few years had past (enough to forget some details!) and I find I still love Blair and Stark so much!!
I love the action and the intrigue in this series. It's well written and plot driven. But I just don't buy the relationship between Blair and Cameron.
Amazing as always!
Another great book in a great series. Now with not only one or two... but three couples!
Just loving the whole series. This book has the emotional turmoil of three couples in the midst of terrorism. Great read!