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Cost of Honor

Honor Series, Book 10
By: Radclyffe
Narrated by: Keira Grace
Series: Honor Series, Book 10
Length: 9 hrs and 20 mins
Categories: Fiction, Contemporary
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Secret Service Agent Oakes Weaver is in the midst of the biggest assignment of her career - leading the advance team for President Andrew Powell's impending trip to Philadelphia where everyone expects he will be nominated to run for a second term. The last thing she needs is a tragedy among the president's inner circle that might not be an accident, or the sudden recruitment of Ari Rostof, a woman who might be a lot more than she seems. But Oakes doesn't get a say in policy, she only has to secure the president's safety - at all costs.

First Daughter Blair Powell and her spouse, Cameron Roberts, are among the reelection campaign members accompanying President Andrew Powell to Philadelphia. While the president may be protected by his Secret Service agents, those close to him are literally in the kill zone, and his adversaries will stop at nothing to further their cause - even mass murder.

©2019 Radclyffe (P)2019 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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So disappointing!,,

This book could have been great but the narrator was horrible. I don’t know why they didn’t have Abby Craden or Betsy Zajko narrate. Keira Grace was monotone so I wasn’t able to finish the book; I will be returning it.

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  • Meredith
  • Charlotte, NC, United States
  • 11-08-19

Worst of series by far

Price of honor left off on a cliffhanger. No mention whatsoever of that at all in this book. No Jane. Time jump through fifteen years unexplained. We are just suddenly in present day but still Powell’s re-election campaign. Different opposing candidate out of nowhere that barely gets a name. This is an Honor entry in name only. The Justice characters are much more (annoyingly) prominent than any familiar Honor players. I’m over half through and there has been no story to speak of, no character development. No Diane, Renee or any other peripherals. Felicia and Stark are in one short scene. So far this is a vehicle for the justice characters, Mitch/Del and Sandy, to have sex and swagger around. I don’t care.

The narration is not Abby, but it’s more than adequate and a minor issue in light of the overall crappy story. If Rad actually wrote this, I don’t know what she was thinking. But it seems like someone was given three or four names from the Honor series and told to mention them every so often while writing something to showcase the gender fluid Justice relationship.

Honor books are action romances. This one is paint drying. Slowly. With people we don’t care about or know, and no attempt at continuity. Lazy. Sloppy. So disappointing.

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Disappointed!

I, along with many, eagerly awaited the release of this book. I only wish that Abby Craden could have been the narrator, since she did the others in this series. This narrator was so awful that it not only made the book hard to listen to but the way she spoke took away from being able to truly get into the story. I have listened to the other 9 books numerous times but can honestly say that I don't think I will be able to listen to this book ever again. That saddens me because this book series has been one of my absolute favorites. If possible, re-release with a better narrator, PLEASE!!!

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Narrator used

I was excited for the next book I. The series to come out. I was disappointed when the narrator was not the same as the other books. This narrator made the characters to feminine.
Just changed the whole perspective of the listening experience. If another book comes out I hope the original narrator is used

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Narrator’s voice

I hate this new narrator’s voice. Please cont’d with Abby Carden n the others...

This voice made it difficult to complete book.🙄🙄🙄

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Narration - Can’t Do It

Unfortunately I couldn’t stand the narration. Hate to trash someone’s work but I just couldn’t get through due to her lacking performance. I’ll just order the paperback. Abby Craden should have continued narration of this series. Whatever she costs - PAY HER.

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WTH

What happened to this book?? I can't believe I paid for this ugghhhh. The rest of this series is great and this one feels as if written by a completely different author. It could be the narration. You can still fix it! Re-record the audio with Abby Craden.

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Slightly disappointing

Firstly, I wasn’t a fan of the change in narration. When you get used to the voices associated with a character based on previous narration, bringing in someone new changes the overall feel of the characters. It almost feels disingenuous. The story line was good and I always love how the different series’ intertwine.
That being said, I wanted more action. It was great that no one was hurt/killed, but I’ve come to expect at least a close call. Closer than what this book had to offer. I’m ready for the next book.

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Different tone for Honor Series

I am not usually a reviewer when I give 4 or 5 stars. However, I wanted to this because of some reviews I have seen regarding the switch in narrators. I love an Abbey Craden narration and will listen to a phonebook narrated by her. Keira Grace brought a different tone to the Honor Series. It was softer than previous books. I think it works because there is less violence than in past Honor books. No one was killed other than Andrew's campaign manager. Craden tends to have a brooding voice and it was not needed in this book.
All of the main charcters, especially Cam and Blair seemed to be more calm and less harried when trying to find the bad guy.

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Narrator ruined it for me!

why change narrator on book ten?! book its self also lack depth, not enough character development. everything felt rushed.

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  • wends
  • 11-22-19

Enjoyed it but...

I enjoyed the book and the narrator was good. My one issue is changing the narrator for the series. You get used to the tone and the voices created by the previous narrator then you're completely thrown by the characters having a different voice and inflection.

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  • N J
  • 11-06-19

Loved it.

Another great read, yes the narrator was different but she did a great job and the book itself was just what you would expect.

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  • Sam C
  • 10-31-19

Total disappointment

Unfortunately the robotic narration was off putting. What happened to Abbey Craden?

not nearly enough Blair and Cam and frankly and sadly this was boring. What a shame as I have previously loved this series.