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It's nearly impossible to say very much about the plot with books like these in a series without giving something significant away. That said, the surprise from the last book plays a significant role in this one and there was an exciting and thrilling sequence that had me on the edge of my seat! These really do continue getting better with each installment. And Abby Craden is ridiculously good at doing them. I have to make myself space these out but it's so hard because they all pick up right wh...
I love this writer, more for the sizzle she infuses her books with than content as a whole. Usually I concentrate on that, but this time I could not but get bugged by Diane and Blaire who keep on insisting that they have the right to know everything that the jobs of federal agents, albeit their significant others, require them to do. Going as far as asking about details and meddling, even if under the excuse of worrying for their safety!!! I am pissed that both keep on acting as if what is the a...
The hunt goes onStill searching for the mastermind behind the attack on her lover, the first daughter, Cameron Roberts now a Deputy Director of Homeland Security must use all her expertise to find those responsible. Compelling reading
I love this series Radclyffe is an amazing author. These characters are so memorable it’s like they have been implanted in my brain. I can clearly visualize there facial expressions as things happen I can’t wait to start book 7
At the rate Cam is getting injured (she comes near death like every 2 weeks), I'm surprised Blair hasn't developed any heart disease yet.
I can’t get enough of this series. So many compelling characters and the action is nonstop. I’m sad it’s almost over.
This book is fantastic and the series is phenomenal. For the past few books now the continuing and all-pervasive aura from the September 11, 2001 assault on United States territory still permeates all hearts and minds referenced. As I relive the focusing story with the three primary couples that were central characters within Honor Series 5, I find myself overwhelmed by my own memories along with their experiences. Extraordinarily this book, as did book five, starts practically after the end of
This book is a good read and a nice addition to the Honor Series. I like the two main characters Cameron and Blair. I suppose if I did not I would not be on read six, heading to read seven :) Their inner turmoil and conflicts keep this reader interested. The other characters make the story interesting as well. It is intriguing to watch the coupling. Makes you want to know more about them and what is going to happen next. Glad Mac is back and Felicia's concern for his well being. The interaction
GreatWhere the other books concentrated more on events, this one was more exhilarating and exciting. You are always trying to guess what's going to happen next. Radclyffe has developed a great team of characters which are very realistic and extremely well developed. You journey through the book with these characters as your constant companions. The story is mainly told regarding the two main characters, but Radclyffe throughout has developed other characters relationships which make the series m...
As I said, great book, great story and great series.
Action & Love Galore “The only thing I really need is for you to look at me like you just did for the rest of my life.” “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 had asked for Blair’s love, and her vow had been sworn the first time Blair had said I love you and she had not walked away.” “She would die for his daugh...
I think whether or not you like this instalment in the series depends on what you wanted, and expected, from it.What you get, on the whole, are characters worrying about their partners, talking, talking about worrying, having a bit of sex, having more 'almost-sex', talking, and worrying.In the first half of the book hardly anything actually happens. It picks up a little in the second half, fortunately, but ultimately seems like it still hasn't gone anywhere. In fact there's not much plot here at...
Sixth 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 sixth, and they are all filled with romance and action.It’s a great series? Start from the beginning. All nine bo...
Sexto libro de la saga. Este está muy basado en salvar la reputación de una examante de Cameron que a su vez ahora mismo es pareja de la mejor amiga de su novia. Menos trepidante que los anteriores, menos acción, sin apenas fricción entre las protagonistas. Para mí es un libro que podía haberse unido a la trama del sexto o del séptimo ya que el punto de conflicto es muy simple, pasa muy rápido y apenas suceden cosas. No obstante bastante bueno dentro de la saga y el devenir de la misma.
This seemed like it was written specifically to give Diane and Blair more time to whine about how they don't want their lovers being in danger. I swear to god these women have nine fucking lives. How many times can you be shot at, stabbed, and blown up before luck runs out. I am not excited about reading the next book in the series.
The heighten anticipation of whats to come next is incredible, the authors ability to pull you in to the story line is amazing. I'm so glad that Valerie is now part of the team and I know it will do Diane a lot of good.Looking forward to the Cam's and Blair's wedding :-)
Radclyffe just gets better and better. Finally a book where she doesn’t really skim through the ending. RivetingI have made it an effort to not get the next book till I am done with work. Cause Radclyffe is addictive
Best in the series so farThe action, romance, angst, and steam were all in perfect balance here! And honestly, Valerie+Diane gave me more feels than Cam+Blair, in some ways
I will finish this series because I do like these characters. But my god, is the pace slow. Every three books should be combined into one, given the amount of action they contain.
Held me captive from beginning to endAt this point in the series I have a soft place in my heart for these characters. I can’t wait to get to the next book.
Let me say first that I love getting more time with Tanner and Adrienne from Tomorrow’s Promise!!! So happy to see them again. Cams new team, in Homeland Security, is tasked with finding Valerie. Since she discovered the leak she’s gone to the wind. Not able to trust anyone for fear of a traitor. But she’s in love with Diane and some will stop at nothing to find and silence her. I really felt for Valerie being so cut off with. I was so happy that she has Diane, Blair, Cam, Renée, and Paula to he...
Can't get enough of this series
Radclyffe knows how to keep the tension from one book to another! Great one
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)
This series is action packed and this installment was no different. It seems that love is in the air for all the characters. Cam and Blair further their commitment to one another. I have to admit I was wrong about Valerie. Mac is back!!! And Radclyffe hints at a budding relationship between Mac an Felicia. Diane goes to How to be in a relationship with a federal agent 101 boot camp lol. And a new character is introduced. I'm unsure of how Emory ties in, but hopefully I'll get an explanation in t...
Loved the series, forgot if it was this book or last one. But to understand the story behind the characters Adrianne and Whitney, read Tomorrow's Passion..one of Radclyffe's other books
I love the Honor series - what more can I say? Will start Word of Honor soon!
Books 4,5,6 feel like one story only. And though it ends on a hopeful note here, it doesn't lessen the mass of awfulness and angst going on. Too much to be my cup of tea. I like less bitter.