Cost of Honor by Radclyffe

Honor combined with Justice makes for an amazing novel by Radclyffe

What was the book about?
This is a continuation of the Honor Series. It is not necessary to have read the previous books of the series but I really recommend you do.

President Powell is in the middle of his campaign for re-election when an accident threatens to derail it. Blair Powell’s friend from school, Ari Rostof is personally chosen by Blair to take over the vacant position of campaign manager. Secret Service Agent Oakes Weaver is part of the intricate network of protection surrounding the President and his family. Her dedication to duty is paramount and she finds herself second guessing herself when she meets Ari Rostof. This book has everything, romance, sex and intrigue.

Featured Tropes: Intrigue, Thriller and Romance

Book Strengths:
It’s a book written by Radclyffe, what more can I say. The tension throughout this book never falters and you are kept on the edge of your seat. Cam and Blair’s relationship is still as sexy as ever and even though they are part of the novel not everything centres around them. I love Oakes and Ari. Their differences compliment each other. Oakes’ sense of duty in her work is clearly conveyed as is Ari’s determination to be her own person separate from her father.

Another wonderful bonus is the crossover of characters from Radclyffe’s Justice Series which are able to bring so much depth to the novel.

I hope the series continues with more crossovers!

Character Chemistry:

The connection between Cam and Blair is so strong and sex…well yes there is lots of hot sex! Ari and Oakes have a chemistry which is undeniable for either of them. Hot!

Heat Rating: 5

Wrap up: I loved this series and from the first book I couldn’t wait to know more about the world where Cam and Blair existed. Now with Radclyffe merging her two of her main series through crossover characters in the Justice Series such as Dell Mitchell, Sandy, Lt Rebecca Frye and Sloan the result is brilliant.

Star Rating: 5

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