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19 internautes sur 23 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
A tale of the morning after... 13 juin 2003
Par Hiraeth - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
In HONOR BOUND, Radclyffe continues the romantic saga of Cameron Roberts and Blair Powell, introduced in ABOVE ALL, HONOR. When Blair's stalker -- whose bullet nearly ended Cam's life -- resurfaces, the president himself recalls Cameron to her previous duty as commander of the Secret Service detail protecting the first daughter. Although she fears that Blair will never forgive her for once again putting her life on the line to protect Blair, Cam accepts the detail, only to find herself -- and Blair -- enmeshed in a tangle of inter-agency politics that place their lives, and their love, at risk.
Radclyffe has rapidly become recognized as the most exciting, skilled, and erotic writer of lesbian romance of the new century. In HONOR BOUND, her first-ever sequel, she pushes the traditional bounds of romance fiction. Instead of ending the story with the lovers getting together, here she explores what happens the morning after: how do two strong women combine their very separate lives to build a life together? This story is brilliantly plotted, sizzlingly erotic, and romantic as only Radclyffe can conjure. Read it today -- and then continue the saga of Cam and Blair in LOVE & HONOR, the third book of the series.
3 internautes sur 3 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
Another riveting entry into the Honor series 28 mars 2008
Par B. Rabkeb - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
An excellent continuation of the story started in "Above All, Honor," the author does what she can in the beginning to contrive a situation where the relationship between Cam and Blair takes a bit of a step back into the area of conflict as Cam is reassigned as Blair's security chief. I think that Radclyffe does an excellent job at further developing the characters and their motivations, so that even while you may be a bit frustrated with actions and reactions they take, further keeping them apart, you understand them. This sequel really goes a long way towards deepening their relationship, with is something that is interesting to read, versus the typical "will they ever get together?" romance.

While I really enjoy this series, the writing is still clearly early Radclyffe: above average, but not up to her present standard. I noticed it, but it wasn't detrimental. And it's the characters that really carry the book, a strength of this author's. It's entertaining to read as Blair and Cam dance around their feelings for one another, while being irresistably affected physically by each other. There are real reasons for their denial, and their fighting against the inevitable helps make it seem more precious and realistic at the end.

I like the bits with Cameron and the loyalty and competence of her Secret Service team. I like the joy Blair takes in her art. It's fun to read about people who don't know where they're going, but it's nice to have books like this too, where the main characters have a clear and defined purpose in their lives, and then risk that security in order to be with one another. There's angst, hurt-comfort, mortal danger and pure romance, and the whole situation with Blair and her Stalker is brought to a satisfying conclusion, while the groundwork is clearly laid for some sort of ongoing plot that will likely be expanded upon in the next book.
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Absolutely Amazing 9 février 2006
Par K. Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Once again, Radclyffe delivers a phenomenal story. This second book in her Honor series can't be beat. In this reader's opinion, this is her best series and is best enjoyed in quick succession... Pick up all 5 books, start with the first and work your way through!

In 'Honor Bound,' Secret Service Agent Cameron Roberts finds herself once again assigned to protect First Daughter Blair Powell. Blair is livid about this arrangement for several reasons. First, she doesn't want Cam protecting her because Cam almost died at the end of the last book. Secondly, Blair and Cam finally consummated their relationship after months of build-up... now with Cam as her security chief that relationship is once again put on hold.

Cam has been brought in to work with the FBI in their quest to capture Lover Boy - Blair's stalker who shot Cam in 'Above All, Honor' and is still at large. Neither woman knows how to handle their feelings which conflict with their responsibilities.

I freely admit Rad is my favorite, but this is genuinely a great book. I read a lot of lesbian fiction and, with the exception of book 5 which I've read once, have read and enjoyed this series three times.

A must have. No collection of lesbian fiction is complete without this book.
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a little slow and lacks the sensuality of book one 9 octobre 2011
Par M.T. - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is Radclyffe's second book in the Honor Series. It continues six weeks after the first book ends with a heightened drama starring our tall, handsome Secret Service Agent Cameron Roberts, one stalker, and the beautiful daughter of the president she is sworn to protect.

(Beware, a few spoilers ahead)

I still love these characters and will continue the series, but this book got off to a pretty slow start (for about 100 pages, in my opinion!) and lacked the chemistry and sensuality of book one. This couple is really sweet when they are together, but I have a few gripes about this installment.

Book two is about 70 pages longer than book one. Radclyffe opens about that long filling in the reader on the main dramas of book one (I understand this need, but it's repetitive) and adjusting Cameron into her reassignment of looking after Blair once again. For this time their relationship is mostly sustained on flashbacks from book one as Radclyffe builds the action for the stalker storyline. Overall, the effect is a slow one. The stalker drama just isn't that interesting. Worse, it's domineering. I started to feel like I was trapped in a small, boring room with these secret service people. The romance was kinda neglected... but more so, the emotional close ups and characterization that made book one so palpable was almost nonexistent here.

Blair is too in love with Cam to continue her promiscuous patterns from book one and she seems to have transitioned and matured somewhat from wildchild to a woman waiting in the wings for a lover who is unable to touch her. I think this focus could have made the book stronger as far as the love story goes... but Radclyffe didn't really take the time to sensually and emotionally illuminate this longing. Their first meeting after six weeks was just... forgettable. Blair behaves like an excited lap dog trying to hump Cam's leg... and okay, I didn't bring this up in my book one review because my sarcasm was seduced into silence by this sexy pair... but how much leg humping and thigh sex can one take??

Seriously. Enough thigh sex!! Radclyffe, please get your characters to bend each other over once in a while... pull out a strap on... anything, anything but the same 'ol same 'ol. Holy cow. If these two weren't constantly separated and constantly facing stalkers, bullets, and bombs, etc... they'd be heading for lesbian bed death by book three!!

And speaking of stalkers, bullets, and bombs... I am taking some issue with the abuse our Ken/Cam-Barbie-Butch is taking. Radclyffe normally spoils us with the movie star perfection of her butches... but Cam's body is getting so mauled that I'm cringing at the Frankenstein effect... and, darn it, I'm really starting to think she's *not* very good at her job! Her leg is scarred up by a bullet, so is her chest-- her chest has been cut open and tubes galore put holes in her throat and chest... part of her body is burned and bubbly with blisters, the gashes, the blood... and at least one concussion that is making her dizzy, dumb, and delusional (right into book three I might add!). omg, lol... and it's only book two!! I think this was all supposed to create suspense and increase Blair's resistance to Cam's choice not to resign, but it struck me as funny. It's just too much. Okay. Maybe I'm not buying all the action here... I'm just looking for romance. Maybe Rad doesn't balance the two very well here.

I still love these characters. But I think I love Blair more. Every time I see a "her" pronoun for Cam, I'm slightly startled... I think I've been involuntarily registering her as a man. Not much of her femaleness is emphasized. This is not a negative observation, I'm just sayin'... I prefer Blair's womanly presence... and thank god her body has remained in tact and beautiful (so far).

Besides having a couple I love... well, be assured that they can't stay apart for long. This series would be silly if they could never touch. The best parts of this book are when these two are in the same room.

Hold on... book 3 is much better, in my opinion...
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plot thickens 14 novembre 2009
Par Logan Wolfe - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
"honor bound" delivers on a lot of the promise that i felt "above all, honor" fell short on.

the characters appear to have a bit more depth and the plot, although hastily concluded, is more well rounded. there are more intimate moments between the two lead characters (and that is never a bad thing).

i look forward to reading the rest of the series and following the development of the plotline as well as what is now a budding relationship."
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