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Whispered Lies [Mass Market Paperback]

Sherrilyn Kenyon , Dianna Love
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March 23 2010 B.A.D.: Bureau of American Defense
In the suspenseful thriller from New York Times bestselling coauthors Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love, a Bureau of American Defense agent and an irresistible informant join forces to thwart a deadly global conspiracy. . . .

Gabrielle Saxe has hidden from a killer for the past decade, sending anonymous tips on international criminals to intelligence agencies around the world. When a postcard arrives from a friend who is supposed to be dead, she takes a risk that catapults her into the midst of dangerous operatives on a treacherous mission—and into the arms of Bureau of American Defense operative Carlos Delgado. Dutybound to surrender her to Interpol as an international felon, Carlos is the last person Gabrielle should trust and the only one standing between her and death. But little does she know, she holds the key to his survival as well. . . .

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International bestselling author Sherrilyn Kenyon, a.k.a. Kinley MacGregor, knows men. She lives outside Nashville with her husband, three sons, and assorted pets. Dianna Love is a RITA award-winning author who, when not plotting out her latest romantic action-adventure, travels the country on a motorcycle to research new locations. She lives in the Atlanta area with her wonderful husband and a tank of unruly saltwater fish named after celebrities.

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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
By Cyn
Newest in the BAD series, Whispered lies is Carlos' story. Great action, we see a little of previous characters and some new ones. Not as action packed as the other BAD books, but still a great read. Now if we could only get Joe and Tee's story!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Whispered Lies-A Joyfully Recommended Title!! May 14 2009
By MNix - Published on Amazon.com
The Bureau of American Defense has just received a lead on the world's most dangerous organization. The Fratelli de il Sovrano is a maniacal terrorist group and B.A.D. has seen all too well the destruction they can unleash. B.A.D. agent Carlos Delgado is determined to see the Fratelli brought down, and it's clear that the agency's only hope of doing so is to capture a mysterious informant known only as Mirage. When Mirage provides information that enables Carlos and his team to rescue a diplomat's daughter from being turned over to the Fratelli, B.A.D. tracks Mirage down and sends Carlos to get the elusive informant. But Mirage isn't at all what Carlos expects.

After several attempts on her life, Gabrielle Saxe went on the run, and has lived off the radar for a decade. Now, she uses her phenomenal computer skills to send anonymous tips on criminals to various intelligence agencies around the world. Gabrielle's world is turned upside down once again with the arrival of a sexy agent she doesn't know if she can trust. Gabrielle has every reason to be wary of Carlos, and he of her. Despite this, the pair can't help but be drawn together as they team up to stop the Fratelli's latest plot. But can newfound love hope to survive in the face of the danger the Fratelli presents, not to mention the lovers' own respective pasts catching up to them?

Passion, danger, and romance pack one heck of a punch in the latest, thrilling installment of the BAD Agency series. Whispered Lies is a sexy adrenaline rush of a tale that had me on the edge of my seat from start to finish. Carlos is, quite simply, the perfect hero (without ever being cardboard perfect). He's sexy, caring, protective, and has a past that has left him with scars on his heart and an uncertain future. I absolutely adored Gabrielle. She's utterly brilliant and, though not a trained agent, nevertheless steps up to do all she can to save the lives of innocents. She has a strength of character I admire and it made her the perfect match for Carlos.

Though the seventh book in the series (third full-length novel), the authors provide enough information that Whispered Lies can stand on its own. However, fans of the previous B.A.D. book, Phantom in the Night, will know that the Fratelli storyline began in that story.

Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love, each phenomenal writers in their own right, are an extraordinary writing team, as Whispered Lies shows. I absolutely loved Whispered Lies the first, second, and (as I re-read yet again) third time around. It's everything a romantic suspense should be and I cannot wait to see what happens in the next B.A.D. tale. Joyfully Recommended!

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Phenomenal! June 19 2009
By Deborah Wiley - Published on Amazon.com
Carlos Delgado is used to living on the edge. As a member of the covert government agency BAD, Bureau for American Defense, he frequently is involved in risky missions. His latest mission starts with a tip about a kidnapping... and leads him straight to Mirage, an anonymous tipster sought by every intelligence agency in the world. Little does Carlos expect Mirage to be a woman! Mirage, also known as Gabrielle Saxe, has a hidden agenda, one that could jeopardize everything Carlos has fought for. Will Gabrielle and Carlos stand a chance at a happily-ever-after once their hidden pasts are revealed?

I'm a huge fan of Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark-Hunters, but wasn't as enthusiastic about this particular series. Part of my trepidation came from the name of the covert agency as BAD just sounded, well, bad to me. But oh wow, did Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love ever prove me wrong! WHISPERED LIES is a fast paced adventure that I just couldn't put down!

It was the characters that really made WHISPERED LIES work for me. Gabrielle and Carlos both have been hurt in the past but neither one has given up. Instead, they are both survivors, fighting every day to succeed and conquer those forces that have hurt them. While some of the situations they encounter might be a bit over-the-top, it is the strength of the character development that made it all believable in the context of the overall world.

WHISPERED LIES is a fascinating romantic suspense tale! Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love do a phenomenal job at crafting a story that is both intense and romantic. Easily recommended!

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
1.0 out of 5 stars Awful May 25 2011
By Veronica Brooks - Published on Amazon.com
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I hated this book. I thought that the heroine was annoying, and by the end I hoped she would die just so I wouldn't have to read her whining anymore. I couldn't see how she could be the mysterious and brilliant "MIRAGE" when she seems to cry at EVERYTHING, and babble instantly when questioned. The sex scenes were BORING. There was a complete lack of chemistry between the hero and heroine. The romance was very forced. I just couldn't buy the hero ever going for a girl like the heroine, let alone taking a huge risk to be with her. A good writer should make the whole superagent/ supervillian setup exciting and a guilty pleasure. This book was just stupid.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good Oct. 3 2009
By Neker - Published on Amazon.com
It's a bit slow in the beginning. I kept flipping ahead wondering when the action was going to start. There were moments, like the attempted kidnapping, but the whole part of her being captured and quetioned drove me nuts! I think Kenyon and Love have a good plot idea with interesting characters...just the book needed to be weeded (edit) a bit.

Carlos Delgado has secrets from a his past that he is in a constant state of worry that they will catch up with him. Gabrielle Saxe has been hiding for 10 years from a killer. Apparently a lot of people want a piece of innnocent Gabrielle. Both have a hard time trusting people because they have been let down severely in the past. For the most part it makes an interesting read.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars BAD is good Jan. 4 2012
By Fractal quilter - Published on Amazon.com
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Though somewhat formulaic (hero falls for girl he's protecting), this book had a good plot and enough action to keep you interested. It was complex enough that I didn't have it figured out halfway through the book and that kept me reading. The romance between the two main characters was actually the book's weakness. However, with it's strong plot, this may be the best book in the BAD series so far.

By the way, the country in South America is Colombia, not Columbia. I'm not sure why that bothered me so much but every time I reached that misspelling it was jarring. It probably wouldn't have bothered me as much if the country hadn't been mentioned so frequently. I can't believe something as simple as that made it past two authors and the book's editors.
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