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Honor Bound

Honor Series, Book 2
De : Radclyffe
Lu par : Abby Craden
Série : Honor Series, Volume 2
Durée : 8 h et 34 min

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Secret Service Agent Cameron Roberts and the President's daughter Blaire Powell's romance began in Radclyffe's Above All, Honor, and it continues in Honor Bound - with the burgeoning relationship between the two women in jeopardy. This tense and scintillating lesbian romance is performed by prizewinning audiobook performer Abby Craden, whose rich voice easily channels the plot's political suspense and romantic frisson. As Cameron is reassigned to Blair's security detail even as the stalker who nearly killed her resurfaces, listeners will be left breathless as the two women fight against political and personal odds to stay together.


Secret Service Agent Cameron Roberts made a promise to Blair Powell, the President's daughter - not to place her own life in danger protecting Blair - but a request from the Commander in Chief forces her to break her word. In this sequel to Above All, Honor, Cameron places duty before love and accepts reassignment as the chief of Blair's security detail, despite knowing that this decision may destroy their tenuous new relationship. As the rift between them widens, more than one woman is happy to offer Blair the company that Cam cannot. Amidst political intrigue, an escalating threat to Blair's safety, and the seemingly irreconcilable personal differences that force them ever further apart, these two unusual women struggle to find their way back.

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Viel Sex, wenig Story, wenig dimensionale Charaktere, nach Teil 2 war für mich Schluss. Die Sprecherin ist nervig und übertrieben