Great read. It has all the BAD features - fascinating characters in a page turning plot. I read her BAD 7 [Whispered Lies] first - it can be read out of order but honestly would have been better read in order.
B.A.D. (Bureau of American Defense)
Born to Be B.A.D. (2005) Contains BAD 1-3
Bad Attitude (2005) BAD 4
Turn up the Heat in Playing Easy to Get BAD 5
Turn up the Heat in Playing Easy to Get
BAD to the Bone on Big Guns Out of Uniform collected in Born to Be BAD
'Captivated' by You in Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down collected in Born to Be BAD
B.A.D Agency (with Dianna Love Snell)
Phantom in the Night (2007) BAD 6
Whispered Lies (2009) BAD 7
Cali (Cali) - reviewed Phantom in the Night (Bureau of American Defense, Bk 3) on
Helpful Score: 4
I hate this book! It is now yet another series I have to add to my TBR pile! =D
(Probably a very long series too given details in the book on the bad guys and the history of the "Dark Hunters" from Kenyon)
5* Excellent start to a new series! Think of an elite group of agents, kind of like 007. =)
I love Sherrilyn Kenyon and decided to read this book. I know it's a series of books but I wanted to see if I would like the premise of it, since I read her vamp books which I love. If your expecting this book to be like her Vampire books you will not find it here.
I did like this book. I do like the whole BAD concept and the sexual tension between Terri and Nathan was good. There is a lot of good cop VS bad cop scenarios. I also liked that Terri was one tough girl. Overall not a bad read, I might even start with the first book.
Little disappointed in this book compared to the other two BAD books. This one brought in the members of BAD very little and just felt detached. The story line was good but not what I'd expect of Sherrilyn Kenyon. Think she should have stuck with writing her own books rather than pair up with someone else.
All in all it was good. It started out great but then I felt it stalled in the middle and then it seemed like the end was rushed because they had reached the page limit. I think if they took out some of the redundancy in the middle and made the end more dramatic it would have been absolutely great.
I usually don't like these type of book or story plot.My brother suggested them and as usual, he was right.
I loved them,have order several.I love Sherrilyn Kenyon's books Dark hunters have read them all.So now I will add B.A.D. to my list of favorites..
Ever think Scrooge had it right before the ghosts ruined his life and left him vulnerable?
At one time Aidan O'Conner was a world renowned celebrity who gave of himself and his money without wanting anything in return. Until those around him took without asking. Bitter betrayal came at him from all directions. Even those closest to him. Now he's a man who wants nothing of the world or anyone who's a part of it.
Until the night he finds a stranger on his doorstep that he's seen before... in his dreams.
Born on Olympus as a goddess, Leta knows nothing of the human world. But a ruthless enemy has driven her from the world of dreams, into the home of the only man she knows. Her immortal powers are derived from human emotions and Aidan's anger and hostility are just the fuel she needs to defend herself.
One cold winter's night that will change both their lives
Trapped together by a storm, the two of them must do the one thing they swore they never would. Trust.
Longer than a novella, but not quite as long as a novel, UTMC is a special thank you to fans. It's a story that's very near and dear to Sherri's heart and it's one that she had to tell. She's very grateful to her publisher for allowing her to tell a story that she's been dying to tell for awhile now.