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US Secret Service Agent Cameron Roberts has more than one secret that could destroy her career, not the least of which is that she’s in love with the president’s daughter.

Blair Powell, the first daughter, returns the feeling despite her ambivalence about Cam’s role as her security chief, particularly in the aftermath of an assassination attempt that nearly cost Cam her life. In this third book of the Honor series, Blair and Cam struggle to protect their relationship from intensified media exposure even as they are unwillingly drawn into a shadowy conspiracy that puts Cam’s career and the president’s political future at risk.

When Cam's previous lover resurfaces to offer support and solace, the president's daughter and her security chief are faced with difficult choices as they battle a tangled web of Washington intrigue for...love and honor.

©2004 Radclyffe (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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FANTASTIC!

What a great series Radclyffe has offered us. And Ms. Craden, well, can go wrong with that voice and talent.

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Love this series

Book 3 was awesome it had a great buildup and the romance between Cam and Blair is amazing. I can’t say enough about Abby Craden she makes this book come to life as I travel down the road

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another great story

Very engaging, it kept me involved the whole time. I can't wait to get to the next one.

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A good installment in the Honor Series

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 occurrence.) And more times than not she's also recovering from various injuries that would put most people out of commission for a while. Hurt or no, she and Blair still find ways to explore their strong physical attraction to one another. That is, when Blair isn't scolding Cam for doing her job - which is to protect her at all costs.
What I enjoyed most about this installment was the camaraderie of the team and how they all worked together to get to the bottom of what was happening. The secondary characters - especially agents Paula Stark and Renee Savard - are quite likable and add much to the story. And Abby does a great job with the narration. Interesting that Rad never meant this to be a series - but it evolved and became one of her most popular ones. Three down, seven to go!

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Another wonderful Book in the series.

I read at night and write days..yet this book like the others and I'm positive the ones yet to come calls to me to continue..not to wait. I applaud her choice of narrator and close my eyes and imagine myself in the book losing myself in her many voices. It is easy to feel the emotions and become one of them, in the story. To laugh at a joke and cry when tears fall that haven't fallen in years. IT is early morning and I must wait hours to begin the next but maybe a quick first chapter at lunch...if I dare...!

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Love this narrator!

This is a great series, the new characters and more about the old ones. Now on to the next!

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Amazing!

I love this series! The writer and narrator does a wonderful job everytime. I wish each book was longer, every time I finish a book I feel like I'm too close to the end.

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Best so far

Of the three books this one is the best so far! Can’t wait to hear the 4th book!

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More of the same

The character Blair is painful and this book is just more of her being obnoxious.