Code of Honor by Betsy Brannon Green

June 26, 2009 | 3 Comments

Title: Code of Honor

Author: Betsy Brannon Green

Publisher: Covenant

Release Date: June 30, 2009

ISBN: 978-1-59811-840-7

Size: 224 pages, 6×9, softcover

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Series: Hazardous Duty (v1), Above and Beyond (v2)

Savannah McLaughlin has every reason to be afraid of the obsessed man behind the surgical mask. The injuries she has suffered while jumping from a moving car are nothing compared to the anguish she will have to endure at the hands of Mario Ferrante.

She knows she must escape from the man who has a seemingly endless vendetta against Savannah and Major Christopher Dane. What she doesn’t know is that Major Dane—who has always avoided commitment—has finally declared his feelings for her in a dramatic way by deliberately ransoming himself for her freedom.

Now it’s up to Savannah and Dane’s team of expert misfits to rescue Dane. But success will require more than brute force. So the team designs an elaborate plan to bring Ferrante to justice and free Dane. But will the recruitment of an unlikely ally doom the most important mission of Savannah’s life? Will a shocking secret keep Savannah from trusting the man she loves? Full of twists and turns, action and romantic tension, Code of Honor will keep you guessing and cheering for Betsy Brannon Green’s unlikely heroine.

3 responses to “Code of Honor by Betsy Brannon Green

  1. Tarmy

    I have to admit I read the end before I finished the book. I disliked the beginning so much that I had to find out if it was worth my time to read it. By the end I really liked it, but I have a hard time with the personality of Savannah, as the main character, and the story seems extra far-fetched.
    I'd recommend it to anyone who has liked her books with those disclaimers.

  2. Linda Weaver Clarke

    This is one of Betsy's best works! I was impressed with the romance, intrigue, and suspense. She has really outdone herself with this one. She developed her characters so well that I felt as if I really understood them. I loved Savannah and Dane's relationship. She was not about to give up on her beloved. She persevered, even though she didn't know if he would love her back. She just had to have faith that it would all work out. Betsy had me hooked from the very first page of each book. When I reread the first one before reading the second, I found that I understood the characters even better. When I reread the second book before reading the third, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I recommend rereading each one a second time because you get even more out of it. Great job, Betsy! Congratulations on a job well done!

  3. Anonymous

    I was disappointed in this book. At the beginning of the series I thought there was a foreshadowing that Dane would once again be an active member of the church. It was very disappointing to me that that never happened.

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