A Code of Honor

A Code of Honor

by Jacki Delecki

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BN ID: 2940162105831
Publisher: Doe Bay Publishing
Publication date: 07/24/2018
Series: The Code Breakers Series , #6
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 195,677
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Jacki Delecki is a bestselling romantic suspense writer. Delecki’s Grayce Walters Series, which chronicles the adventures of a Seattle animal acupuncturist, was an editor’s selection by USA Today. Delecki’s Romantic Regency The Code Breaker Series hit number one on Amazon. Both acclaimed series are available for purchase at http://www.JackiDelecki.com. To learn more about Jacki and her books and to be the first to hear about giveaways join her newsletter found on her website. Follow her on FB—Jacki Delecki; Twitter @jackidelecki.

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A Code of Honor 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
georgia1 More than 1 year ago
Another great installment in the Code Breakers series!! This one is about Jack who is recruited to oversee an arsenal and Abigail, a bluestocking in the sense of her great talents in language and mathematics, who is hired as a code breaker. They had known each other before, but are now put together to work on uncovering a plot and keeping England safe. The adventure begins with a lot of back and forth between the two on differing opinions and finally coming to have feelings for each other. Abbie feels a responsibility to marry well to help put her family back in the good graces of society after her sister's scandalous elopement. But as emotions heat up and Abbie gets into danger, Jack has to save her. Will he find her in time and be able to expose a traitor in their mists? A page turning adventure that will have you holding your breath to see what happens!! Lori Dykes
Sunshine1006 More than 1 year ago
Miss Abigail Lyons and the Honorable John Andrew Bonnington have known each other for many years. They disagree on many things such as a lady having education. Jack thinks that women should stay at home and do womanly things. Abigail doesn't see why she needs to get married, but understands that she has to make a good marriage to get her family back into society's good graces after her sister's scandalous elopement. While visiting her best griend, Amelia, who happens to be Jack's sister, Abby is drawn into being a secret code breaker for the Crown. Jack is also working undercover to find out who the traitor is in their group.. They are drawn together in the dangerous world of spying. Abby gets kidnapped. Will Jack save her in time or will the traitor get away with her? I received this book from Net Galley for a honest review and no compensation otherwise.
green____ More than 1 year ago
Spies, Danger & Adventure! A wonderful addition to the Code Breakers series! I really enjoy these books! Even if you have never read one before, this author has a way of making these stories well rounded... a great ability to make you feel like you know these characters and pull you into their stories! What a journey Jack and Abbie take you on! Loved seeing how things played out for them in the world of Spies and Code Breakers! :)
ArizonaJo More than 1 year ago
A Code Of Honor by Jacki Delecki is another winner in my library. I can always count on Ms. Delecki to provide me with interesting historical facts while weaving an intriguing romantic mystery. I love this series and always look forward to the next one. This time the mystery revolves around Amelia's brother, Jack and a new character to the series, Abigail Lyon. Miss Lyon is a remarkable young woman of that time period who is especially talented in language and mathematics which makes her the perfect candidate to join Henrietta as a code breaker. Jack is recruited by Rathbourne because of his architectural studies to join a committee overseeing the arsenal at Dover. The plot moved quickly with several suspects and so many twists and turns that I never guessed the identity of the spy until the reveal. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book. All of the above opinions are my own.
McM0mmy-PW More than 1 year ago
I've read the first 3 books in the Code Breakers series and somehow missed numbers 4/5! Loved the story of Abbie and Jack! She's trying to hard to be proper and appear ladylike as her mother and father had browbeat her into acting. Jack was lovable from the first scene when he was interacting with his brothers and his defense of his sister against even her own husband! Abbie was able to recognize that Jack would treat her as his equal in a relationship even after their rocky beginning. Since I missed the 4th and 5th book, I was a little confused at the beginning with the use of Amelia and Abbie for names, but eventually lost the confusion. Thank you for the advanced readers copy. I'll have to go back and get books 4 and 5 now!