Reader Review: It was a good book. I'm a huge fan of Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunter books so I picked up Phantom of the Night to pass the time until Acheron was released. It was a good story well put together but a little slow to start. Altogether good but not her best effort.
In New York Times bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon's thrilling novel of romantic suspense, a gutsy female agent from the Bureau of American Defense 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 agent for the Bureau of American Defense agency, she's consulting with the New Orleans Police Department to bust an organized crime ring suspected of funding terrorism. But when rumors surface of a phantom ghost terrorizing and killing the very people she's investigating, she's suspicious.
Nathan Drake has spent his life protecting his family, the only thing that matters to him...until the most feared drug lord in the southeast takes everything Nathan holds dear. Now he's a man on a mission with nothing to lose. He figures he only needs to stay alive long enough to protect the innocent lives the killers are out to destroy.
As the two of them seek a similar goal by different means, Terri and Nathan are drawn deep into an evil underbelly that cuts through all levels of society. Now two people who have no reason to trust must trust in each other or die. And if they die, a deadly attack will be unleashed on thousands of innocent people.
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|Title of eBook: Phantom in the Night|
|Release Date: 06-10-2008|
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|Publisher: Pocket Books|
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Phantom in the Night
New Orleans, Louisiana, two years later
Terri Mitchell studied the naked male lying before her once more. Straight black hair fell loosely around his baby-smooth face. He'd shaved recently. Those chiseled lips were too enticing and perfect, as if shaped by a master sculptor.
How many women had enjoyed this body and those lips? Been pleasured by that captivating mouth?
And why should she care? Terri tamped down on her female interest. She was a professional and shouldn't consider things like this guy's social life or his lean, muscular body, but men didn't come much better packaged than this one. All she'd seen so far was his upper body since the cotton sheet covered his lower half.
Using her pen, she lifted the white cloth to see if there was anything else she could glean from this inspection beyond the bullet hole in his forehead.
Not really, unless she wanted to add "well endowed" to her notes. Such a waste of one fine-looking male.
Probably not the Fat Tuesday this guy had expected when he got up this morning.
"I like the highlights, the more blonde look. That new?" The radio-announcer-smooth baritone asking that question from behind her belonged to a man she hadn't planned to see again. At least not yet.
Terri yanked her pen away. The sheet fell back into place over the corpse's toned midsection. She swung around to face DEA Special Agent Robert Brady and cursed silently for almost getting caught ogling a body.
"Nice to see you, Terri. Look good. I like the extra meat on your bones."
"Is that a polite way of saying I'm overweight?" She used to worry about trying to reach a dress size in the single digits. Not anymore. Surviving a nearly fatal attack had put her...
Title: Phantom in the Night
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Number of Comments: 3 Rating(s) 3 Review(s)
18 of 33 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
I love all Ms Kenyon's books. Strong characters an
September 6, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Fort Worth, TX US
I love all Ms Kenyon's books. Strong characters and great love scenes.
It was a good book. I'm a huge fan of Sherrilyn K
August 5, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from North Hills, CA US
It was a good book. I'm a huge fan of Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunter books so I picked up Phantom of the Night to pass the time until Acheron was released. It was a good story well put together but a little slow to start. Altogether good but not her best effort.
I am in love with the Dark-Hunter Series, so I dec
July 15, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Anniston, AL US
I am in love with the Dark-Hunter Series, so I decided to read a BAD novel. This is by FAR the BEST one I have read so far. I am amazed that it is so comprehensive. I am now hooked on this series too...my bank account will suffer!!!
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