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In Sherrilyn Kenyon and Dianna Love's Whispered Lies, a gutsy female agent from the B.A.D. (Bureau of American Defense) Agency must come out of hiding to bring down a secret organization that has become America's number-one threat.
Sherrilyn Kenyon's sensual and suspenseful novels featuring the agents from the sexy Bureau of American Defense offer plenty of satisfaction for listeners. In Whispered Lies, the agency intercepts an anonymous tip, and agent Carlos Delgado leads his team through a daring midnight mission to flush out the informant sought by every agency on the planet.
Victoria Tynte Saxe has spent the last 10 years hiding - from the criminals she snitches on, a threatening ex-husband, and her aristocratic family - using her electronic genius to share information on criminal activity with international intelligence agencies. But she made one critical mistake that exposed her identity and location to the very people from whom she's hiding.
When teenagers become pawns in a dangerous game that threatens to throw the US into financial and political chaos, Carlos makes the bold decision to team up with Victoria. Then it's a race against time to save the teens and protect America...before anyone dies from whispered lies.
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- Lisa Railton
like the series wish it intertwined prior couples
a good story line, lots of different accents in this story did ok keeping them apart.
wish the new stories would talk about the the couples in previous books.
- Sophia Englert
Bad yes that’s right
This was one of the worse stores I read from the Bad books.. I expected something better for Carlos. It made no sense at all at times it got boring and confusing. In Baal other books Carlos had a Spanish accent the narrator did a horrible job with him; but did better with that Lynnette character. The end was so stupid like Carlos would quit Bad. Don’t waste your time reading it was really really bad writing and narragation.