by Sherrilyn Kenyon
first full-length ‘B.A.D.’ series novel
BAD agent Sydney Westbrook must find the perfect sniper for a risky counter-terrorism mission. J.D. Steele, a military sniper whose attitude problem landed him in prison, seems a good candidate. But as they’re dragged into a secret world of freelance killers, Sydney begins to discover the man of honor and passion beneath Steele’s arrogant facade. It’s a man even Steele didn’t know he could be – and a man whose mission will risk the life of the only woman he’s ever loved…
Review: HOT, HOT, HOT! God, there’s no other way to explain Kenyon’s characters, writing style… She’s a great author with an awesome imagination. The characters are colorful, individual personailities with their own sets of priorities and their own sense of right and wrong. Character and location descriptions are so vivid you can close your eyes and picture it perfectly. (What I wouldn’t do to get my hands on Steele, mmmm-hmmmm!) Kenyon knows how to give the book the right amount of power to create an awesome punch, and that woman knows, hands-down, how to write a sex scene that can make you hot under the collar and wish you can just jump right in. Do I recommend this book? HELL, YES!