Cameron Roberts is dedicated, strong and powerful, with a singular focus – to keep Blair Powell safe. Though she has her own vulnerability she keeps it well hidden behind walls, erected to keep her emotionally distant and aloof.
The beautiful and intelligent Blair Powell feels like a caged animal fighting for her freedom, resentful of the rules and regulations that thwart her daily life. She is constantly belligerent and hostile to the Secret Service team.
Cameron and Blair each find the other intolerable at times, but impossible to dismiss. With the relentless onslaught of rule breaking and cat and mouse chases, the two women have to deal with a roller coaster of emotions. Coping with their own secrets and demons whilst fighting their growing attraction and respect for each other.
Blair believes rules are there to be broken, find a weak spot and take advantage, regardless of the consequences. Cameron dedicates her life to following rules and having structure in her life. The two women couldn’t be more different, yet page after page you are drawn into the fact that they have something special growing between them.
Above All Honor is a magnificent example of Radclyffe’s writing at its very best. The leading women are outstandingly portrayed and there is a marvellous cast of secondary characters.
I absolutely adore Radclyffe’s Honor series. As a reader you become emotionally invested in Cameron and Blair’s future. The first instalment was published in 2002, the latest, ‘Code Of Honor’ book 8 in the series, was released in 2013.
Over the years Radclyffe has nurtured every character, developed brilliant story lines and introduced us to charismatic secondary cast members until each one holds a place in your heart.