Phantom in the Night (B.A.D. Agency #2)
Now in mass market from #1 New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon—a thrilling novel of romantic suspense featuring a gutsy female agent from the Bureau of American Defense who encounters an elusive killer who isn’t at all what he seems.
After losing her mother to a vigilante killer, Terri Mitchell has dedicated her life to justice. Working covertly as a new ag...more
Honestly, it took me longer to get into the storyline. The pacing is slow in the beginning, but as the story progresses, the more it...more
Normally I am not at all a fan of contemporary in any genre, most especially romance. However, because I knew that Sherrilyn Kenyon was such an amazing writer no matter what she writes, I gave this book and series a chance. Technically it is not the first book in the series, for Bad Attitude written only by Kenyon was actually book one. Add that to the fact that I was not at all certain how the story line and writing style would pan out being coauthored with Lo...more
This series is more romantic suspense and not the paranormal style Kenyon and Love, as well are known for.
Terri, working with B.A.D. and as a consultant with the New Orleans Police Dept., is out to shut down a possible terrorist attack.
Terri's confidence is not at it's highest. She gets a bit defensive anytime her boss questions her on why she doesn't call in back u...more
I love this book. I love the BAD Agency series. I love Sherrilyn Kenyon. I love Nathan and Terri and Carlos an...more
The book kicks off with Nathan Drake in the military where he receives a message from his twin brother Jamie with a note telling him how things are and he ended it with "Laissez les bons temps rouler". Which translates to "Let the good times roll". This has been their code phrase whenever Jamie is in over his head and boy is he in way over his head. He got mixed up with this drug lord called Marseaux. Jam...more
So where do I begin? I adored Terri and Nathan, their passion for justice, their lines between right and wrong, including the grey areas. I think they balance each other perfectly.
Terri is stubborn, has a mind of her own, with something to prove, I think more for herself and anyone else. She pushes herself, even when she should be taking a break. She believes vehemently in right and wrong.
Nathan wants to find the person who killed his brother. While his is a sort of vigilante just...more
This is the 6th story in the B.A.D. AGENCY series, but only the second full length novel. This story had more action, but again really didn't focus on the agency so much as a police investigation where agent Terri Mitchell was impersonating a police consultant. Nathan Drake is former military, ex-con and attempting to avenge his brother's death.
There are no real surprises here and I knew what the last 5 page would hold, bu...more
Terri Mitchell is an ex-FBI now working for the BAD group. Her partner recently died and her nemesis at the FBI is leading the investigatio...more
While the over all plot wasn't complicated albeit slightly predictable, it was nice to be forced to think for once.
Terri I found annoying. Because, while she is believable as a real woman; she's not as a special agent. She was suppose to be a field agent for years,...more
You're leading character is Special Forces member Nathan Drake who is represented as...more
You’re leading character is Special Forces member Nathan Drake who is quickly represen...more
Tortured ex-militant turned vigilante? check
One bold as hell woman who doesn't take no for an answer and believe's she can hold her own? check
both of them constantly telling each other to back off? check
Overall this was a pretty decent book other then the constant back forth between the two. But it was a good break from paranormal/historical romance as it focuses more on the law enforcement side, combined with the threat of biological warfare.
Nathan Drake is a...more
Oh yes it could.
Into Nathan's life walks Terry. Blonde and deadly, she's working for B.A.D. and she's damn if some man is going to take away her bust. But when they both fall into something bigger (an international crime syndic...more
I didn't enjoy PHANTOM OF THE NIGHT as much as SKenyon's other books. I love a good conspiracy story and Nathan Drake's story is oozing with it as PHANTOM OF THE NIGHT is a mystery within a mystery, there is a puzzle uncovered every chapter but I didn't feel the connection between Nathan and Terri. I found the intermediate investigation lengthy, I could certainly do away with some parts, and the secondary characters were a little flat for my taste. Nathan and Terri didn'...more
enjoyed both of them. For some reason, “Phantom in the Night” missed the
mark. Terri Mitchell and Nathan Drake were both well written and drew
me in as a reader right away, even the Fratelli de il Sovrano; the evil global
group is intriguing as the adversary for B.A.D. But the code names and
monikers left this reader sometimes confused, as well as the often times,
ambigious outlines for the adversaries.
The adversarial ch...more
This is the second in a series, but thankfully works just fine as a stand alone novel.
This is the type of book I'd have inhaled about 10 years ago (non-paranormal contemporary romantic suspense/thriller), and it was nice to revisit a genre I hadn't really read in awhile.
This was actually a pretty quick read for me. I liked the writing style and the ch...more
This series is so good. I liked that this book wasn't a short story like the first ones were. The characters were awesome and likable. The whole story was non stop action with intense moments. I really loved that they didn't give any secrets away until the end. I wasn't expecting what happened at the end to happen. So it had the shock factor and left me wanting to read the next book. I love when you don...more
Kenyon's latest B.A.D. novel, written with co-author Dianna Love Snell, takes this enjoyable and action-packed series to a whole new level. A thoroughly entertaining, don't-want-it-to-end read :-)
The writing and plot seem more sophisticated. The characters and story are just perfect, and so much fun to read! The romance is very nicely written, but I wouldn't call it "steamy" (not a complaint).
The men & women of B.A.D. find much more t...more
The next thing you know "Nathan Drake" is dead.
Terri enters the picture hurt from a job prior and consulting becuase no one wants her. As the story moves along "Nathan Drake" or "Jamie Drake" contiunes to sneak up behind or or in her house surprising her. She never really gets to see his face but she FEELS him. Just from thei...more
Official Author Free Mobile App
US Publisher Kenyon site
Official UK Publisher Kenyon site
Official Chronicles of Nick site
Official Taiwan Publisher Dark-Hunter site
Official Facebook site
New York Times and international bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon is a regular at the #1 spot. With legions of fans known as Menyons (thousands of whom proudly sport tattoos from her series and...more
Share This Book
Oh, yeah? (Josie)
That’s one word. (Josie)