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Honor and duty are not always black and white - and when self-styled patriots take up arms against the government, the price of honor may be a life.

Blair Powell and Jane Graves have much in common and even more that sets them apart in an invisible battle raging on home soil. Blair's father is the president of the United States while Jane's is a domestic terrorist bent on bringing about a new world order at the expense of the present one. When Blair takes to the campaign trail to support her father's reelection, Cameron Roberts and the newest members of Blair's security detail must protect the president and his daughter from foes bent on revenge. Jane and her secret ally within the president's inner circle vow to destroy them all at any cost.

©2015 Radclyffe (P)2015 Audible, Inc.

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  • 06-15-18

Oh Radclyffe, why end it here?!!

There is so much to love about this series and this book in particular. New characters, new challenges, edge of your seat suspense and justice served? You'll just have to listen to see. It was this particular book that I truly appreciated Abby Craden. Her narration made these audio books so much more than they would be as novels. She nailed each character and by the end I felt like I knew Cam and Blair personally. Like I could walk into a party and know who they were by their demeanor and their voice. It's pretty amazing when a narrator can do that for a book/series. I give her 5+ stars. Radclyffe weaves another excellent tale and her portrayal of women falling in love is addictive. It gives me hope that relationships actually do maintain a healthy sex life. My only criticism is that all the characters are the same when it comes to body type. All lean, strong, sexy, amazingly beautiful...I suppose in a series that highlights women in the secret service that makes sense. But the world is full of a grand variety of women who don't fit that mold, who are just as deserving of falling in love and having a hot sex life. I'd love to see something different in Radclyffe's arsenal. She's an excellent writer and weaver of stories. I'm sure she's capable :)

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Fantastic chapter in the Honor Series

Radclyffe is one of the most prolific authors. This feels like it might be the end to a wonderful series. Abby Craden has done a fantastic performance. So far... I haven't listened to anything either of them has done.

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Awesome!

This book is a nice wrap up to the series. Book 8 got a little confusing, but listening to oath of honor before book 8 helps. I know this is for book 9 but I already reviewed 8 before I found oath. We see more new characters in this book that are sweet, and sexy, and so fun to listen to. I deeply enjoyed the whole series and definitely will return to it.

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I felt like a fly on the wall!!!

Abby Craden is my favorite narrator she does each character in the story so skillfull& effortsley you Feel like you are there & can see the characters faces Radclyffe please you cant leave us hanging !!!! another amazing piece of work!! eagerly waiting the next installment!!!

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Abby Craden's performance

Excellent follow up story from book 8. Abby Craden's performance was exceptional and very entertaining.

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A fantastic listen!

God, I love this series. And I have to believe that Rad intended to end on this one because of the phenomenal conclusion. But no - four years later she released another (was it because of an overwhelming number of requests, I wonder??) But let's get back to this one first. Damn, it was good.
As usual at the core of the story is Secret Service Agent Cameron Roberts and First Daughter Blair Powell, but in each installment a new couple/romance is introduced. And these two women - a secret service K-9 agent and journalist - were very likable and their chemistry was sex-y! And the voices Abby used for them? *swoon* I genuinely could listen to the woman all day long.
Rad is a master of storytelling. She just is. And the more we get from her the better, as far as I'm concerned. I did miss some of my favorite characters from previous books - especially Valerie and Diane.
The next installment - book 10 - is Cost of Honor. As most lesfic audiobook listeners are aware, for whatever reason Bold Strokes Books hired a new narrator to do it and the blowback was fierce. I've listened to the sample and know that I'll have to read the paperback rather than listen. The voices of these beloved characters are so ingrained in my head at this point that I just wouldn't be able to switch gears now. I read all but book 10 a very long time ago, so it was great revisiting it in audio form. I do look forward to the read because this series is exciting and disturbingly timely, as much of it has to do with domestic terrorism. If you haven't listened to the audio version, it really is a must. Rad and Craden are a fabulous combination.

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missing the others

it is sad that we did not have some of the other people. Diane and Val were huge in the other books so it is very sad that they were written out and I cant even listen to book 10. for some reason they did not use abby craden. what a huge huge error that was.

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A great ride!

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 last, and they are all filled with romance and action.

It’s a great series? Start from the beginning. All nine books are on Audible, the narrator, Abby Craden, is the best I’ve heard, she really brings the story alive.

Thanks to Radclyffe, the author, for a great romance and action series. Enjoy!

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You have got to be kiddinh

It finishes with a cliffhanger.....
such a good book, it has alot of interactions with main characters and sub characters. has romance and keeps you on the edge. the who series does. I really hope the Rad.. continues this...

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scary but really great.

I wish we did meet each other in the line of duty. This series is so real for us right now. Please keep it going.

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  • 10-21-15

Needed to be longer.

My feeling is the story needed to be longer. I liked that the main original characters were involved from the Honor series. And I liked the new characters for the love new romance interest. But felt it fell short in both areas. The new romance was not developed for long enough and finished quickly without any conflict, or even a "I <3 you" moment - maybe that's the next book. The Cam, Blair interactions did not travel on a long enough roller-coaster to hold strong intrigue. This leaves the suspense as part and the threat from the villain on the President. Here it was very well done, and the writing in this book is very inventive, crisp and detailed around this plot. Radclyffe continues to grow in this area, as a thriller writer, with a nice twist to the ending. But as a romance it felt it needed more. The narrator Abby Craden did an excellent job, and her style and voice works very well with this series, able to cover both the harsh villains, action, and tender moments,.

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  • FC51
  • 02-05-21

An oldie but a goodie

This is the usual tale of wasp lesbian survival in the face of adversity. Despite the fact that Radclyffe's writing has improved in this novel, it is frequently made amusing by her use of inappropriate/ott adjectives, adverbs and her clumsy, clichéd turn of phrase. Thank heavens though, Radclyffe has departed from her usual habit of padding of her stories with repetitive, and therefore tedious, sex scenes, which is a real relief. Another bonus is that Abby Craden has, mostly, ditched the tedious, over-sexualised intonation she brought to her narration of the majority of Radclyffe's Honor Series novels.
Despite its limitations this is a great yarn and includes really touching descriptions of interactions involving a journo, a dog handler and her dog.