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. Read Love & Honor by Radclyffe by Radclyffe by Radclyffe for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. 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.

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Cam’s biggest challenge is running the terrorists to ground without getting McElroy and her renegade handler, Skylar Dunbar, killed in the cross fire. Adding to her already overwhelming platter of responsibilities and duties, she somewhat slowly becomes aware that she is lovd targeted by an intricate Washington, DC undercover ad hoc assemblage of people.

A More Perfect Union. It was difficult to read, at times, as I have grown to love Cam so much.

The face of terror is hard to recognize—especially when it’s homegrown. In the sequel to ‘Safe Harbor,’ Sheriff Reese Conlon and Doctor Tory King face the challenges of personal change radcltffe they define their lives and future together.

In conclusion, I will merely restate that I very much recommend this third book in the ‘Honor’ series.

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Watching there love for each other grow has been fun, sexy and endearing. Assigned to guard the President’s daughter, a secret service agent finds duty warring with desire. Provincetown has a new Deputy Sheriff — and when the newly sworn peace officer meets the town’s doctor, she discovers what she never realized she was missing. Cam is trying anr hide what radclydfe going on with her and Blair feels like she doesn’t belong with Cam because of the secrets.

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No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! I’m done with these series. Letter of the Law. Matters of the Heart. A Matter of Trust.

Or, get it for Kobo Super Points! Her charge is simple: There are only a certain amount of descriptive words and Lobe think I used those up in the first two books of this series. The story seemed to get lost at times amid the love making.

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There are no discussion topics on this book yet. You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Return to Book Page. Jackie Baker rated it it was amazing Apr 09, I recommend reading this collection from the beginning, however, I do not feel any discomfort because I started with book nine.

I’m almost afraid to read the next installment, as it deals with a raeclyffe that was extremely traumatic in my life, and which changed me forever. The arrival of Jude Castle, a fiery independent filmmaker, soon sets sparks flying as the two driven women clash both personally and professionally.

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Honor Series Book Having already read the introduction, I am cautiously optimistic.

Honor Series Book 8. Also, it’s like your right Just keeps getting better!!! Also, it’s like your right there. At least homor an audiobook format. Honor Series Book 1.

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Davis rated it liked it. Rebecca’s obsession with finding her partner’s killer and her involvement in a multi-jurisdictional investigation of an international child pornography ring threaten both her life, her career, and her new relationship. Aya rated it liked it Annd 05, Book 3 was awesome, it had good build up and a heartfelt romance between the characters. In this third book of the “Honor” series, Blair Powell, the President’s daughter, and Cameron Roberts, the commander of her Secret Service detail, return amidst a climate of international turmoil and political unrest.

You’ve successfully reported this review. I enjoyed Georgia Beers’ “96 hours” in that it dealt with the topic from afar, for the most part.