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Interesting read. Loved the chemistry and banter between Cam and Blair. Moving on to the next instalment 🚶♀️
The continuing adventures of Secret Service Security Chief Cam Roberts and First Daughter Blair Powell as they navigate love on the down low. Being forced to open up now about their relationship to trusted colleagues when a courier delivers compromising images of the two of them, the team must uncover what it all really means. Just LISTENING to this series makes me tired because Cam never sleeps more than a few hours a night and only manages to when falling into the arms and bed of Blair (a rare...
I am enjoying this series because it is engaging with interesting characters. There is much to like about the two main characters. Cameron is fierce yet compassionate. Blair is intense yet caring. Watching there love for each other grow has been fun, sexy and endearing.
This is another extraordinary addition to the 'Honor' series by Radclyffe. It runs the gamut and spectrum of super secret service stuff and the amazing evolving love affair between Cameron Roberts, chief secret service person for Blair (the daughter of the president of the United States), and Blair. A few new folks have been added to the scene with truly delightful implications and energy. I cannot find the words to accurately express how enchanted I am with this series to date, which also inclu...
I love the main characters in this series. It’s nice that the focus is shifting a little to Agent Stark. This should be interesting as the series progresses.
I know I keep repeating myself but I just LOVE LOVE LOVE this series so much!!! Blair and Cam are so cute and sexy and I just love their love. It’s so beautiful!! But I gotta say that all the spy stuff happening in the background has me so nervous lol I know that in the end they always end together and safe but until that point, my heart suffers alongside them. I can’t help it 😩anyways, book 4 here I come 🤩
This book is a good continuation of the series. No bullets or bombs this time. Blair and Cam communicate their feelings for each more, and they are more open about their relationship to family members, friends, and co-workers.
Just keeps getting better!!!Honestly, I'm at a loss for words. There are only a certain amount of descriptive words and I think I used those up in the first two books of this series. I love Radclyffe's writing style, it's fluid and captures your interest from the first word. Her characters are normal, realistic people. Her wit can be subtle but she allows you to know her characters so well you can imagine how they would say something or do in a particular circumstance. Also, it's like your right...
Third 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 third, and they are all filled with romance and action.It’s a great series? Start from the beginning. All nine bo...
It was difficult to read, at times, as I have grown to love Cam so much. To see her as the victim was difficult for me. I loved how Blair stepped up in the end, but the whole political positioning and personal vendetta angle was rough. I'm almost afraid to read the next installment, as it deals with a time that was extremely traumatic in my life, and which changed me forever. I enjoyed Georgia Beers' "96 hours" in that it dealt with the topic from afar, for the most part. I can only hope that Ra...
This was ok. The story seemed to get lost at times amid the love making. Don't get me wrong, I like a decent sex scene as much as the next person, but not at the expense of the plot, and these girls seemed to be at it or wishing they were at it every five minutes. The story did pick up the pace a bit towards and end and they got their HEA (this was an incredibly sappy installment)...for the time being anyway.
The series continues “The essence of love is the solace given in the dark of the night when terror and uncertainty and the ghosts of old heartache are the strongest.” “Without meaning for it to happen, she had lost her heart to Cam, and she hadn’t expected the need, so much deeper than flesh, that followed.”• ~ • ~ • ~ • An entertaining story with interesting characters & riveting plot lines. It was a very enjoyable read. I recommend this book.
Oh the mess of politics and vengeance, it's amazing how fiction can be so relevant in todays political struggles and what many are whiling to do for power.I'm so glad of the unapologetic nature of Blair's and Cam's relationship, and love the presidents stance of embrace and not caring about his political future but instead in support of his daughter. Love it!
💯I felt as though this installment of the series ran at a much slower pace than the previous ones. Despite that, I still finding the story compelling and I can’t wait to read the following book.
By accidentally, I read that novel first thinking it was the first story in the sequel. I was very confused at to why Radclyffe will start of the beginning of story with two characters that were in a relationship. I am currently listening to the first book to catch on the story.
Captivating!Once you start reading you can't really stop. It's still a very interesting setting and now that the relationship is more in the open, so is the potential story.
Great series of books and well worth the time reading.
Book 3 was awesome, it had good build up and a heartfelt romance between the characters. I’m really enjoying the writing style of this author.
Super star novelI thoroughly enjoy all the novels Radclyffe produces. Especially those with Blair and CameronLooking forward to next one one the series.
I read this ages ago in paperback. Thought I would read it again. It was as good as I remember.
Love it!!! On to book 4
Devouring the entire series without a breath in between...once you start you will not be able to stop. Brilliant.
Cam and Blair fight to protect their relationship and figure out who is sending them warnings about an investigation currently underway. Mac, Paula, Renée, and Felicia all help to uncover the mystery. Blair and Cam reveal their relationship to Blair’s father, the President and to Lucinda. Paula and Renée’s relationship deepens.
Book three of the Honor series by Radclyffe continues the story of Secret Service Agent Cameron Roberts and the president's daughter Blair Powell. After the "Loverboy" case comes to a close after a botched, yet successful, mission that brought the FBI headed by Agent Doyle, the Secret Service team protecting Blair, the local cops and pretty much every other branch of law enforcement available. While Doyle insinuates that the mission went wrong because of Cam there are other things brewing close
It's another race for Cam and Blair. Although it's not a physical threat it is still a threat that may be the end of their relationship. A threat that gives them the strength to admit to themselves and those around them that their relationship is serious and that they are in love. Savard gets out of the hospital and she and Stark try to move forward with their feelings for one another. The seemingly endless threat to Blair puts this on hold and Savard is asked to help out. Claire pops up again a...
Third book in the Honor series. I have read them consecutively and I like this one the best so far. I feel the Blair has become more like able and their communication has improved. The other two books contained a lot of one step forward two steps back because of misunderstandings and bad communication, because Cam wouldn't speak her feelings and Blair would just run away, literally. Now these ladies are talking and I'm loving it! Can't wait for the next one.
I'm done with these series. At least in an audiobook format. The plot - OK, who reads books like that for the plot - the plot is... hm... there is some plot. But the narrator, oh the horror of the narrator. She either uses an over-smoked sailors voice or whiny squeaky... voice of a whiner. So. Enough is enough.
Nothing much happens in this book. Miscommunication and useless angry interactions between the two main. Forced by mediatic pressure and a half plot that felt flimsy at best, the couple ends up taking a first step to coming out. But to know more... you have to go to the next book.
First read August 2012