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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 brHonor 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 trial to support her father’s re-election, 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. ...

Title : Price of Honor
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ISBN : 9781626393592
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Number of Pages : 264 Pages
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Price of Honor Reviews

  • Jem
    2019-05-23 00:40

    Despite the 'Honor' series being one of my favorites, I must admit I haven't been keeping up with the Powells. My last visit with Blair and Cam was four years ago with Honor 7 which was a little underwhelming except for the ending. But the huge explosion of lesfic in the past couple of years has really backed up my to-read list. Plus, catching up with the latest of Blair's outbursts and Cam's recklessness isn't very high on my list anyway. But, the book blurb from this latest Honor 9 really grabbed me. Finally, an antagonist that we can truly get into--not one of the usual hokey, power-hungry, one-dimensional bad guys who have pestered the first family so far. Could this 'Jane Graves' girl be as interesting as the phenomenal Valerie, who, in my book, holds the title of 'best supporting character' of all time? Are we seeing a multi-novel arc for her? First, let me get this out of the way: Valerie is a complete no-show in this book. No mention. No nothing. This is all homeland security and secret service work, so it would be too much of a stretch to work her (she's CIA) into the action, or even the narrative. No worries though, because the plot chugs along at a fast pace, and our requisite new pair of lovers are there to pick up the slack in between. Blair is her usual needy self (she wouldn't be Blair otherwise ;) but at least she is now more restrained and mature than ever (phew, after 9 books, she better be!) so most of her outbursts and fears are internalized. Cam is well, Cam--reliable, self-less, and still as indestructible as ever! I don't think there has ever been a book where Cam wasn't physically hurt in some way. I still fondly remember her 'angry looking scar' from Book 1. She's picked up quite a few more since then. Talk about being battle-scarred :) No Honor book is complete without a new love story, of course. Radclyffe resorts to a very classic pairing this time. Femme reporter with stunning model-like looks gets plenty of attention from the guys but only has eyes for the quiet, loner, K9 agent who is more comfortable around her dog than people. Very cliche but it works. They've got good chemistry and their no-nonsense approach to starting a relationship is refreshing. But, and this is a big one. (view spoiler)[Dusty the agent is a virgin! All this time??? How come no one's grabbed her if she's so dashing. And how come she's so good in bed??? LOL (hide spoiler)] Still, I love that these two characters felt like original Radclyffe creations, rather than those transplanted or cloned from a previous book. A shout out too for using girl names this time.The biggest winner here though is the plot--gripping, edge-of-your-seat and surprising. (view spoiler)[I did not foresee the drone deployment at all. (hide spoiler)]. The author is an expert at weaving love stories seamlessly into thrillers and it shows in this book, even with two love stories going on (and one of them is 9 books old!), I didn't get the urge to skip.Going back to my raison d'etre for picking this book, the intriguing 'Jane Graves' was a bit of a disappointment. I was expecting her character to be more nuanced. (view spoiler)[And honestly, to be one of the other new pair of lovers. Or at least, for Blair/Cam to be able to pull her back from the dark side. I hope its not too late for redemption. Dear Radclyffe, please don't just shove her to oblivion. She's got the makings of a future Valerie. After a whole life of sacrifice for a misguided ideal, please give her a break! :)(hide spoiler)]. In summary, I must say I'm pretty pleased that this age-old classic series still has some serious legs. The well hasn't run dry. The formula still works. And I'm not saying this just because I got a review copy from Netgalley. :)BTW, people who have never heard of this series and would like to try it should really start at Book 1. You won't get many of the great character dynamics otherwise. Also, the original free version of it is probably still online somewhere. 4.4 stars

  • Tiff
    2019-04-30 03:29

    Love Blair and Cam!!!

  • Sally Trotter
    2019-05-02 02:44

    Fantastic seriesI have loved and lived every book in this series, the different characters that introduced in each series yet somehow joined to the base characters of Blair and Cameron thrilling filled with love and mystery highly recommend reading all the series . For continuity between Book 7 & 8 read Radclyffe's Code of Honour

  • Milkiways
    2019-05-12 00:32

    Although it is not as good as her earlier books, compared to the latest, this is one is quite good! Rating 3.5/5

  • Justina
    2019-05-16 02:27

    This book is remarkably engaging as it thrillingly highlights the ever increasing suspense and threats against key people. The many folks identified are either protecting, reporting about, or attempting to kill POTUS, President of the United States, as he starts his reelection bid with a stunningly inspiring train ride through the heartland of America. On the threat side of the equation, there is a fabulously focused woman with serious schooling under her belt plus a nearly implacable single-mindedness on her mission. I found the time concentrating on the two intriguing couples along with the terrorist outstandingly fascinating in a manner I have never read before. It is a composite blending of love stories, and an amazingly well structured peril toward the highest level of government with an inside look at a woman instructed from birth and completely dedicated to what she, her family, and her followers feel is a freedom movement. Thoroughly spellbinding!Technically the less significant couple within the big picture, but for me they are the more phenomenal, eye-opening, and stirring pair. One of the women is a new reporter on the White House beat for the Washington Gazette and the other woman is a relatively recent addition to the PPD, Presidential Protection Detail. Each woman is more than qualified to handle their new positions. However, they are extraordinarily open to a closer relationship that blossomed before my eyes during and after the reporter does a piece on the K9 division which focuses specifically on one team, Dusty Nash and her dog Atlas. The reporter, Vivian Eliot preferably Viv, is so startlingly polished, but marvelously poised and consistently develops a fantastic rapport with whomever she interviews. Dusty and Atlas are just startling and I was mesmerized. They are unquestionably an elite team stemming from an astonishing bond and impressive training. The story revolving around Viv and Dusty is so beautiful, enchanting, and deliciously hot. Yet this is just one of the many sub-plots supporting and expanding this captivating book putting it in a rarified spot...creatively conspicuous! The primary couple is Blair and Cam. Blair is the president's daughter and Cam is her spouse. Right off the bat this means that the president is touring with his openly lesbian daughter and her partner. Spectacular! Blair is a rather complex woman with a bit of hair-trigger temper. Whether it is a campaign event or simply a presidential exposure outside of the White House, Blair feels fiercely constrained but at her core wishes to present herself as totally supportive of her father. Her marriage has undoubtedly given her an anchor, a focal point, and a wondrous expansion and foundation allowing her to perform her first daughter duties while reveling in her connection and love for Cam. Cameron Roberts is a secret service agent and that isn't going to change anytime soon, yet as Blair's wife she is primarily acting in an advisory capacity to the other PPD constituents. However, the political implications, the personal dynamics, and the ongoing preparedness to handle actual or possible threats overshadows everything all the time. It is a great change of pace and a super lovely encompassing scenario that Blair and Cam get to be so sensual in their alone times. In fact they are blisteringly hot on almost every possibly occasion. Their passion not only adds heat and dimension, but truly makes this couple luminescent. Nevertheless, as the president's train goes through some fairly conservative parts of the country, an openly lesbian couple within the first family definitely rattles some chains. Magnificently multi-layered!This book is not to be missed. In fact, I cannot imagine anyone not finding something within it that charms and piques one's curiosity. Nevertheless, it is the astounding breadth, intricacy, and multiple lovers that simply blew me away. Dazzling and intense!NOTE: This book was provided by Bold Strokes Books for the purpose of a review on Rainbow Book Reviews.

  • Regina
    2019-05-11 01:36

    The 9th book in the series, and my anticipation for it is as high as ever, since Cam and Blair are definitely one of my all-time-favourite couple ever. (I was constantly refreshing the BSB website on 1st July, just waiting for the link to buy the epub to appear, lol :x)For a proper review, definitely check out Jem's awesome review. All I want to say is that Cam and Blair definitely still have it here, that X-factor/chemistry/IT that just makes them such a fantastic couple together. They just balance each other superbly, and their relationship is even better now I feel, because the raw passion of their attraction is enhanced by maturity and deep understanding of each other, though their desire for each other is as explosive and insatiable as ever, hehe. xD I definitely want to see them take that vacation that they alluded to here in the book. More time of them together is more than welcome. :DThe only gripe I have is.... why no Valerie (and Diane)!? :/ (Valerie-Where Art Thou??) Valerie is such an awesome character, awesome with a capital A, and to know that she does not even appear in this book, along with the always fun and flirty Diane, was such a huge bummer. :( Anyway, I really hope Valerie makes it into the next book, with a longer arc or even better her own book! Now, that would be a fantastic way to celebrate the 10th book in this series for sure. ;)

  • Musa
    2019-04-29 04:43

    No Valarie anywhere in the story :( pleassssse bring her back in the next installment.Having said that, I've enjoyed reading the 9th book in this series and watching the characters grow. Cam and Blair matured a lot over the last two books. Stark grew into her capacity now leading Blair's protection team. Throughout the story, you'll continue to see recurring characters from past books being part of the supporting cast (only missing Diane and Valarie). The tight and gripping plot though, was what made this book marvelous. In a way, the plot wasn't entirely new, it still pretty much about escalating threats US president and the first daughter faces. This time though, the purpose of the threat imposed by the terrorist is to save her other sibling who was captured by Cam's team. I would say though I find Jane Graves a lot more intriguing as a character then Dusty/ Vivian, and I am wondering what would happen to her in the next book. I'm definitely looking forward to the next one in the series.

  • Ali
    2019-05-02 01:20

    I "read" this book via Audible. Abby Craden's voice is generally like nails on a chalk board for me, however, of all the characters in this series, the voice Abby used for Dusty Nash was perfect. It made me wish this series, and Dusty's character, would continue for another 5 novels. Very much enjoyed this series and the adventure is took me on. A little overkill (pun intended) with the same terror threats over and over again, but still enjoyed Cam, Blair and Stark, and the occasional inserts of Loren, Sky, Viv and, sigh... Dusty.Will miss these characters.

  • Tara
    2019-05-15 00:32

    Loved this one. It's a solid entry in the series. Blair and Cam are great as always, and I liked the new couple a whole lot too. I'm hoping we'll get to see more of some of the old characters again in future books, but for this one, I understood why they weren't there.

  • Diane Wallace
    2019-04-30 23:34

    awesome writing to the honor series...wonderful to see Cam and her team in action doing their thing again,plus there was also a love story blended in between Viv and Dusty which was not rush...loved it..action pack asual

  • Wendy Temple
    2019-05-11 00:33

    Enjoyed it. Would have loved a full book dedicated to Dusty & Viv, their relationship was a little undercooked because it was woven into the Honor Series.

  • Karolmarce
    2019-05-13 22:42

    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)

  • Ulla
    2019-05-01 00:24

    It was great to spend some time with Blair and Cam again!

  • Svetlana Wesley
    2019-05-11 23:33

    Feels like this book is not the end of Honor series. Also storyline was not that intense as in previous books. May be it seemed to me. Good one as always

  • Scott
    2019-04-26 01:46

    I was able to read this book courtesy of NetGalley.This installment continues the ongoing plot of the series; strike at the White House. The action is crisp, well thought out, and the method was a surprise.I enjoyed the new characters for the book, but then, I am a dog lover. They are a nice side romance; their interaction in the main plot could have been reduced to a few pages if not less. It made a nice contrast to the normal franticness the main characters usually go through.Speaking of the main characters, they matured in this book. (view spoiler)[ I didn't want to smack Blair this time.(hide spoiler)]Finally, while I expected the action in the epilogue, it brings up a question that will have to be answered in the next book. (view spoiler)[ Did she kill him or not? I expect not, but the answer will probably be determined by fan feedback.(hide spoiler)]I look forward to it, just hope it doesn't take two years this time.

  • P. CLIFFORD
    2019-05-11 01:33

    Loved the seriesI read this series in order over a three week period of time. I absolutely loved it. I became really invested in the main characters as well as the continuing story. Certainly some books were tighter than others but as a series they played well together. I especially began to appreciate the work of those who protect the presidency regardless of how realistic it was portrayed. It was interesting. Of course even though all the books followed the formula, each ended with a kick.And though others have criticized the introduction of new characters, they all played well in the development of the overall series. I feel a sense of loss since finishing the series, as if I'm missing good friends! It's been awhile since I have read anything I have enjoyed as much, regardless of the genre. Kudos to Radclyffe for such an engaging series.

  • Jane Shambler
    2019-05-17 03:24

    Hmmm!!!Ok, I really hope this isn't the end. I'm seriously in withdrawal mode. Radclyffe can't leave it here. With all the twists and turns throughout the series I'd really like to see Jane move over from the dark side. There is so much more to gain from another few books to add to this series. I can't wait for 10, 11, 12 maybe 18. What can I say I love the books and both the stories and the characters. Radclyffe inserts realism into this series, nothing she writes gets you thinking 'yeah right!". The plots are scarily realistic. This series will blow your mind, and having you begging for more. Enjoy. Me, I'm gonna wait patiently for number 10.

  • Shannon Luchies
    2019-04-24 02:33

    I'm FAIRLY certain I missed a book in this series somewhere, but the novel is written well enough tht you get the bits you missed, more or less.Interesting book in that we have Cam faced against a enemy who is pretty much a opposite number to her and whom pretty much holds her own against her. Arguably they pretty much fight to a draw.Looking forward to the next book, considering the ending....

  • Loek Krancher
    2019-05-01 21:36

    Another great sequel.Oh yeah, this is definitely a winner. It was so exciting to get back to the life of Cam and Blair. I feel sympathy for Jane, a lonely harsh woman. I loved Dusty and Viv and of course Atlas, the ideal partner. The story keeps you on the edge of the Chair. Cam is my hero and I hope that this is not the end of this series. Radclyffe has done it again.

  • Fin
    2019-05-01 00:46

    Meh, this is the weakest of the Honor series but still, not a terrible read. This book suffered from too many POV changes which kept me from getting into the story. On top of that, at only 264 pages and the POV shifting between four story lines, none of them were well developed. Didn't love it, didn't hate it. It was just .........meh.

  • Sunil R
    2019-04-25 20:27

    I got this book from Netgalley.As I was expecting Radclyffe didn't disappoint this time too with this latest release in the Honor series.The reason my anticipation was high because how the last book ended with Jane-whats-her-name.Cam and Blair are lovely as ever, I personally want more of Valerie and Diane...Great effort

  • susan
    2019-05-14 02:24

    Another kindle thrown....What can I say Dan it know we have to wait for radclyffe write the next Installment. I am just going to sound like other times storyline was out of this world and the characters were great. I really loved Dusty and Vivian, I hope they come back.

  • NollySepulveda
    2019-05-17 00:25

    I absolutely loved it, it was great to read about Blair and Cam again as well as meeting new characters. This series has been one of my favorites and I can't wait for more adventures to follow. Highly recommend.

  • Heidi
    2019-05-13 02:46

    Starting this book, I felt like I was thrown into the middle of an ongoing story trying to catch up. It took me a while to catch up, but once I got into the story it was a pleasure to read. Ending this book, I felt like the story would continue in another book.

  • Sandra
    2019-05-15 04:22

    I love Radclyffs writing. If a single book or a series doesn't matter, she's just great. The honor series is one of my favorits. It's allways exciting to accompany Blair and Cameron.

  • Alexis(Andra)
    2019-05-01 21:38

    Familiar style, old friends, solid sequel.

  • Becky Richardson
    2019-05-18 03:26

    can't wait for the next installment! I absolutely LOVE this series!

  • Mocha Haven
    2019-04-29 22:29

    2.5 StarsI like the series but passages are often cookie-cutter passages. Yet, I still enjoy the series very much.

  • Andi Morales
    2019-05-21 01:26

    increible

  • kristen
    2019-05-05 03:48

    Review at Romance and Smut http://www.romanceandsmut.com/reviews...