Word of Honor by Radclyffe
(Honor Series)

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All Cameron Roberts and Blair Powell want is a small, intimate wedding, but the paparazzi and a domestic terrorist have other plans.

First Daughter Blair Powell and her lover Cameron Roberts, newly appointed deputy director of the Homeland Security Office, escape to a ski chalet in the Rockies after a harrowing attack by members of a domestic terrorism organization. Under orders from the White House, Blair reluctantly allows a member of the "enemy camp," investigative reporter Dana Barnett, to join her inner circle in the hopes of limiting her media exposure. Dana isn't any happier about being pulled from her coverage of the escalating conflict in the Middle East to write a society "fluff piece," although the presence of beautiful Dr. Emory Constantine does make the assignment a little more enticing.

With the nation under attack, the world on the verge of war, and their personal lives the focus of intense public scrutiny, Cam and Blair come under fire both publicly and privately when an old nemesis resurfaces intent on finishing his holy mission—to kill Blair Powell.

The seventh in the Honor series.

About Radclyffe

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Radclyffe is the author of over thirty-five lesbian novels and anthologies including the Lambda Literary Award winners Distant Shores, Silent Thunder; Erotic Interludes, and In Deep Waters. She has selections in multiple anthologies including Best Lesbian Erotica 6-9 and is the recipient of the 2003 and 2004 Alice B. Readers' award for her body of work. A retired surgeon/full-time author, she lives in Upstate New York with her partner.
Published June 1, 2008 by Bold Strokes Books. 264 pages
Genres: Romance, Gay & Lesbian, Literature & Fiction, Political & Social Sciences, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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