Book Review: Phantom in the Night by: Sherrilyn Kenyon and Diana Love

Pages: 432 pages

Received: Purchased

Publish Date: May 19, 2009

Genre: Romantic Suspense

Book Blurb:Terri Mitchell dedicated her life to justice after losing her mother to a vigilante killer, but she left the DEA under a cloud of suspicion that won't clear without finding who set her up. While working covertly for the Bureau of American Defense (BAD) agency, she's consulting with the New Orleans Police Department to bust an organized crime ring suspected of funding terrorism when rumors surface of a phantom ghost terrorizing the very felons she's investigating and jeopardizing BAD's mission so Terri goes on the hunt for this unknown player.

Nathan Drake has spent his life protecting his family, the only thing that mattered to him before the most feared drug lord in the southeast took all he held dear. Now, he's a man on a mission with nothing to lose...until meeting Terri Mitchell. Seeking a similar goal by different means, Terri and Nathan are drawn deep into an evil underbelly the cuts through all levels of society and rivals terrorism as a new threat to the world.

Two people on opposite sides of the law must risk trusting in each other or die,and if they die, a deadly attack will be unleashed on a city of innocent people.


Book Review: This book definitely had a different feel than her previous books. I think the addition of Diana Love changed the feel a little bit, not in a bad way, just an observation. The story is similar to the first in the series but different at the same time. I enjoyed the dynamic between Nathan and Terri, but I liked Nathan better than Terri. I did not like that this book didn't start out with the other B.A.D characters (from the previous book); I really enjoyed all of them in the last book. Some of them did make appearances but what I really want is the book for Joe and his lady love. This one was pretty good, can't wait to give the next one a try.

For more information or for purchasing visit Sherrilyn Kenyon's webpage.


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1 comment:

  1. This does sound like a winner. I love to read suspense, mystery and intrigue with romance..LOL
    Great Review.

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