Above All, Honor
In the first in the Honor series, Above All, Honor introduces single-minded Secret Service agent Cameron Roberts and the woman she is sworn to protect—Blair Powell, the daughter of the President of the United States. Cam’s duty is her life and the only thing that keeps her from self-destructing... show more
In the first in the Honor series, Above All, Honor introduces single-minded Secret Service agent Cameron Roberts and the woman she is sworn to protect—Blair Powell, the daughter of the President of the United States. Cam’s duty is her life and the only thing that keeps her from self-destructing under the unbearable weight of her own deep personal tragedy. However, she hasn’t counted on the fact that the beautiful, willful first daughter will do anything in her power to escape the watchful eyes of her protectors, including seducing the agent in charge. Both women struggle with long-hidden secrets and dark passions as they are forced to confront their growing attraction amidst the escalating danger drawing ever closer to Blair. From the dark shadows of rough trade bars in Greenwich Village to the elite galleries of Soho, each must balance duty with desire and, ultimately, choose between love and honor.
Publish date: August 1st 2005
Publisher: Bold Strokes Books
Pages no: 190
Edition language: English
Series: Honor (#1)
After bombing out with the last two books I bought from this publisher I didn't have high hopes for this read. I tried anyway and I have to say that I was pleasantly surprised. The book wasn't spectacular but it was okay. Cam Roberts was part of the Secret Service investigative unit but a few mont...
Nice read. The book flows pretty quickly, and while it surely doesn't ooze complexity I enjoyed it, nonetheless. I didn't, however, like much all that mock-drama, which there is quite a lot of.The both main protagonists could've likewise used a bit more thought, for they are somewhat wanting and for...
It was okay. I found out about it because of an article on Slate.The premise didn't make a lot of sense to me. I know that at a certain age, and I'm assuming that 25 is old enough, you can decide not to have secret service protection,as long as you are not the president or vice president. This is...