Guardias De Honor (Salir del armario nº ) (Spanish Edition) eBook: Radclyffe: : Kindle Store. en esta ocasión, Helle nos comenta desde InOut Radio la popular saga Radclyffe, ya que acaba de salir el último título, Guardias de honor. ―Honor ― Vínculos. Honor Guards has ratings and 27 reviews. Linda said: My oh my This is one intriguing read. Full of action and drama which kinda keep you at the.
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Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Honor Guards by Radclyffe. Honor Guards Honor 4 by Radclyffe. When you’re the president’s daughter and the closest thing the country has to a first lady, your life is never really your own. When you’re the woman charged to guard the first daughter, and you also happen to be her lover, every moment of every day is filled with challenges—and a mistake could cost you everything.
Unbeknownst to either Blair Powell or Secret Service Agent When you’re the president’s daughter and the closest thing the country has to a first lady, your life is never really your own.
Unbeknownst to either Blair Powell or Secret Service Agent Cameron Roberts, they are at the center of a conspiracy that will rock the world when a net of violence and death draws down upon them and the nation.
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In a journey that begins on the streets of Paris’s Left Bank and culminates in a wild flight for their lives, the president’s daughter and those who are sworn to protect her wage a desperate struggle for survival. Paperbackpages. To see what your guardais thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Honor Guardsplease raxclyffe up. Lists with This Book. This is one intriguing read.
Full of action and drama which kinda keep you at the edge of your sleep, especially so in the last third of the book.
Wow This book was amazing for several reasons. The way Radclyffe retold that eventful day tore at my heart in memory of all those innocent victims. Also the emotions and shock you could feel racclyffe her writing was true heart rendering.
I’m still amazed at how well she put it together. The book was full of action, heart break, sadness and the worst being betrayal.
The strength of all involved was astounding. The book is excellent. Radclyff Wow This book was amazing for several reasons. Radclyffe entwined true life with fiction exceptionally well. You could read this as a one off but I personally wouldn’t advise it. Read from book guardiias. The background to these characters are essential when understanding their commitment. Terrorism in the UK isn’t unheard of and I grew up with it. So my heart go’s out to all the victims and survivors.
Also their families and friends. Also lets not forget the emergency services who put their lives on the line daily. Thank you Radclyffe for an excellent book.
Aug 16, Ty rated it it was ok. I have been enjoying the honor series. There are flaws, to be sure. The radclycfe is dramatic and overwritten as is typical of Radclyffe.
The action is slower than it should be. Each book seems to focus on one dangerous event, and the build up is always more drawn out than it should be. The conflict is also rarely resolved until the next book, even after all the build up.
But despite that, the series is engaging enough to be entertaining. I really had a problem with this one, ohnor. If you’re g I have been enjoying the honor series. And using a real event to fit into an alternate universe, an alternate universe where you change who the president is during an attack, is not the way to go.
Adding American co-conspirators to that attack in order to advance radclyffee fictional plot is completely disrespectful of what the country went through on that day.
Maybe the issue is time. I can read a fictional story that takes place during WWII and not be bothered much by the writer taking liberties. When this was written, I don’t think it had even been five years. Oct 07, Choko rated it really liked it Shelves: This series is character and relationship driven and the plot is just a background, so I will not take away points for that.
And as cheese as the loving couples were, I remember a time in my relationship when “I love you! That is a blissful honpr and is better the longer it lasts. So I can understand the cheesiness. I just had no idea it is so annoying from the outside and in a book. But I also know how hard it is to keep a reader interested in a couple who is settled in gadclyffe love and there is no newness of discovery or intensity of new sex which keeps the audience riveted So, given all that, I think Radcliffe has done a darn good dd at sizzling and making us come back for guardiaw ; Aug 21, Justina Johnson rated it it was amazing Shelves: This is guardiws truly wonderful story focusing on the events and likely situations that very well may have occurred leading up to, during, and following the shattering happenings on September 11, The national and global implications blast across the pages while two love affairs act like bookends to comprise and reflect these shocking days.
The larger-than-life women caught within this staggering turmoil drew me into their hearts and concerns. I do believe the impact I experienced was larger afte This is a truly wonderful story focusing gjardias the events and likely situations that very well may have occurred leading up to, during, and following the shattering happenings on September 11, I do believe the impact I experienced was larger after having completed the first three volumes of this series, but I feel that if this is the only book within the collection you read, I cannot imagine anyone being disappointed.
The primary pair that meets in the first monograph grows closer and more intimate within this fourth presentation. Blair Allison Powell is the daughter and only child of the president of the Unites States. Cameron Roberts, Cam, is Blair’s chief secret service security officer. The necessary elaborate structures that encompass defending such a significant individual like Blair are not only eye-opening, but spectacularly engaging.
Interestingly by the time this book hoor, Blair has radclyffw a greater appreciation for the team that oversees her ongoing safety as she accepts the single-minded focus of her guarxias and associates. Apart from the high tension and escalating levels needed ghardias keep such a noticeable person safe, there is a delightfully amusing interplay between Blair and her exceptional protectors. As the chief of this crew and Blair’s stunningly beautiful lover, Cam is unquestionably electrifying.
This couple just blows me away again and again! A fascinating complementary and new twosome is highlighted in this narration. The recently appointed lead secret service agent, Paula Stark, and a recuperating FBI operative, Renee Savard, sense a rapidly ripening fondness and steamy undercurrent as both women feel their growing closeness and physical affinity in a manner relatively new to both of them.
This blossoming relationship is a magnificent counterpoint to Blair and Cam and a refreshingly original duo. Renee is singularly focused on not guarvias making the grade and then some, but moving upward within the predominantly male FBI. Paula is singularly focused on having her chief, Cam, recognize and reward her efforts in addition to also moving up the dde.
When these two finally click, both revealing an escalating passion, they simply light up the skies. Their nascent affiliation in differentiation to Blair and Cam’s solidifying liaison definitely added a fabulous dimension. I wholeheartedly recommend it. What a treat that I still have four more books before completing this collection. Jan 23, Ulla rated it it was amazing Shelves: The Honor series is probably my favourite Radclyffe series, although I do love the Justice series also.
Haven’t read them for a while. Usually, when a new part appeared, I started from the beginning. Now, with two new unread books, I’ll start with 4.
I realized I’ve missed Blair and Stark very much!! And they’re are just as great as I remembered!!! Oct 30, Kennedy rated it really liked it Shelves: The premise is interesting, unbelievable yet intriguing enough to keep me interested. Aug 09, Katrina rated it liked it Shelves: I live in NY and it is still fresh in my mind.
So with that I decided to read it as quickly as possible. Cameron is the worst secret service agent ever. Like seriously what is this the third time she’s been shot and the fourth time there has been an attempt on Blairs life. Even for fiction that is a bit much. Blair is whiny and annoying.