Oath of Honor – Radclyffe

Oath of honourNavy Captain Wes Masters, newly posted to head the White House Medical Unit, is a physician with only one patient, but her job is twenty-four/seven. Her charge is simple—protect and preserve the well-being of the most powerful man in the world—the president of the United States.

As the First Physician, Wes must travel by President Andrew Powell’s side, in the hot zone, with everything she needs to save his life if he is injured or falls ill. Her job gets even harder when she has to prove she is up to the task to Secret Service Agent Evyn Daniels, a member of the elite Presidential Protection Detail, and a woman who challenges Wes on more than just the professional front.

Evyn isn’t happy about inserting Wes into PPD, especially when Wes gets the post Evyn believes should go to her good friend Dr. Peter Chang. The stakes get even higher for all involved when Homeland Security Deputy Director Cameron Roberts is brought in to investigate a possible security breach, and everyone, including Evyn, is a suspect.


This is a cross over between Radclyffe’s First Responders and Honor Series. The main characters Wes and Evyn are the focal point, but interact with Cam and Blair – indeed the focus of the plot is on Cam investigating the Presidential detail, so Wes is under intense scrutiny while Evyn frets about her friends in the medical team. For Cam and Blair fans, we get to see them living the beginnings of married life together and get lots more building up their relationship.

Full of action and romance and political intrigue this story brings in the threat of biological warfare by internal US militia in their attempt to destroy the liberal Presidency of Andrew Powell. We get to see the inner workings of the White House medical unit and the First physician while under threat from internal investigations and external attack.

RadclyffeAs always Radclyffe’s books are well written and put together. The characters are strong, independent women who do difficult and dangerous jobs but struggle to find equally strong relationships, at least in part due to their strength and self-reliance. I always enjoy series where we get the chance to see a group of characters develop and this is no exception.

It stands alone, but is better as part of the series. Radclyffe has knocked out another good story and all her Honor series fans will enjoy it.

(publisher review copy received)

Product info:

  • Paperback: 268 pages
  • First published 2014
  • Publisher: old Strokes Books (August 30, 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B0094BDBUC
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