Dishonorable Intentions

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Dishonorable Intentions

Dishonorable Intentions Stone Barrington gains an adversary that he can t seem to shake in the electrifying new adventure from the New York Times bestselling author Stone Barrington s latest lady friend is full of surprise

  • Title: Dishonorable Intentions
  • Author: Stuart Woods
  • ISBN: 9780399573910
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Stone Barrington gains an adversary that he can t seem to shake in the electrifying new adventure from the 1 New York Times bestselling author Stone Barrington s latest lady friend is full of surprises, both good and ill A sensual woman with unexpected desires, Stone finds her revelations in the boudoir extremely agreeable But on the other hand, she also has some unfinStone Barrington gains an adversary that he can t seem to shake in the electrifying new adventure from the 1 New York Times bestselling author Stone Barrington s latest lady friend is full of surprises, both good and ill A sensual woman with unexpected desires, Stone finds her revelations in the boudoir extremely agreeable But on the other hand, she also has some unfinished business with a temperamental man who believes Stone is an intolerable obstacle in the way of his goals.In a cat and mouse game that trails from sun drenched Bel Air to a peaceful European estate and the wild New Mexican desert, Stone and his friend remain just one step ahead of their opponent But their pursuer is not a man who can stand to be thwarted, and tensions are mounting and may soon reach the boiling point.

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    1. Geneva Stokes on said:

      I have read all of Stuart Wood's Stone Barrington books, and most of his others. Like a couple of reviewers I am getting tired of the same ole same ole. Stone is probably in his 60's now, and no man can have that much sex!!!! I think I will probably not read any more Stone Barringtonrry, Stuart!

    2. Skip on said:

      Might be time for Stuart Woods to find another plot besides the psychotic ex-husband bent on wreaking havoc on his ex-wife, who happens to be sleeping with Stone Barrington. In this case, it is Sante Fe's screenwriter Gina Wilde, and Russian film producer, Boris Titov, who is buddies with the Russian president. There are some interesting interactions with dangerous wildlife, and Stone bedding two women at once. There is something different about #38 though(view spoiler)[, Stone dumps the girlfri [...]

    3. Nancy on said:

      Not his bestjust didn't want to hear anymore about the "Horizontal Bunny Hop"!

    4. Lawrence Deering on said:

      "Dishonorable Intentions" is Stuart Wood's 38th Stone Barrington novel. I have read them all and am a devoted fan. I have one word for this latest offering in the series: "yawn." Writing four novels a year in this series along with others outside the series is a monumental undertaking. That's an excuse, but this book did not live up to the author's usual high quality writing. Mr. Woods uses a plot that he has worn out; jealous ex-husband of well to do divorcee harasses his ex and her new paramou [...]

    5. Tim on said:

      Overall, a disappointing and barely acceptable effort by Woods compared to some of his other works. 4 of 10 stars

    6. Marlene on said:

      Now Stone is drinking rye and having threesomes! What is going on?!?!?

    7. Martin Pingree on said:

      Once again Stone Barrington is deep into another adventure. As always there's a woman and of course someone trying to kill him again. This was another start to finish fun read. You really should be reading the Stone Barrington series !

    8. Annette on said:

      Enough already with the Russian connection. Now Stone has to have two women in bed? Has Woods run out of viable plots? To start with I was turned off by the books cover. I detest snakes so I opted for an audio version so I didn't have to touch or see the cover. When Ed Eagle is mentioned in the beginning, I said to myself "this is going to be good". I fell for that assumption hook, line and sinker. How dumb was I? Here we have Stone hopping from continent to continent, city to city trying to kee [...]

    9. Jill Miller on said:

      I think Stuart Woods just dialed this one in. I've enjoyed Stone Barrington books over the years, and the stories were always interesting. This book is not. Too thick with gratuitous sex, and too thin of a storyline.

    10. BJ on said:

      Another fun, easy read in the Stone Barrington series. Always enjoyable.

    11. Cynthia on said:

      I've read a lot of Stuart Woods' books over the years. There was a time, in his early works like Chiefs, that his writing was superb, his plots complex and his work was spectacular. The Stone Barrington series of late is so disappointing. In this novel (although you could probably edit it down to a short story), Stone and is current gal pal, Gala, travel among his and her five homes to get away from her ex-husband, Boris Tirov, who is obsessed with Gala. In between Stone, Gala, and another woman [...]

    12. Philip on said:

      Just not a 4 star book for me. It was interesting and you still found yourself waiting to see what was around the corner for Stone Barrington, since he was a target of his lady friend's ex.

    13. Ed on said:

      #38 in the Stone Barrington series. Certainly not literature, this soap opera series remains a guilty pleasure of mine. Although any book in this series can be counted on to produce robust sexual encounters, I believe the Ménage à trois is a first for the series. Stone Barrington series - Boris Tirov detests Stone, a suave, well-connected New York City attorney whose latest lady friend happens to be Boris's ex-wife, screenwriter Gala Wilde. Stone flies his private jet to Santa Fe, N.Mex where [...]

    14. John Wood on said:

      This book does exactly what it is supposed to do, an entertaining page turner, easy, quick read. It is not meant to be great literature, just an exciting diversion. We have our rich, jet-setting lawyer, Stone Barrington and his current main squeeze, Gala Wilde and Gala's psychopath, ex, Boris Tirov, a despicable character, hated by all with ties to the Russian mob as our main characters. Barrington has connections with "everybody" from Hollywood bigwigs to intelligence officials on both sides of [...]

    15. Michael on said:

      This may be my last Stone Barrington book. The series has gotten so tired and repetitive. Another Russian mobster, REALLY?! Just so disappointed in Woods' writing. The series lacks direction and offers nothing more than Stone globe trotting to pick up his latest luxury vehicle or home. Plus, the sex has just gotten stale, although attempts, poorly, to spice it up here. The synopsis of the next book looks readable, but I don't know if I can continue to read this series after it has hit rock botto [...]

    16. Don Gorman on said:

      (3). This is one of the best Stone Barrington books in a while. Action from start to finish. Stone is all over the world in this one. From New York to Santa Fe to Los Angeles to England and he is dealing the whole time. Some interesting new scenes in the bedroom for Stone spice things up but the really neat part here is a major role for our old character, Teddy Fay, who now goes by Billy Barnett. I don't know how Woods cranks out stuff this entertaining every 3 months but he does a hell of a job [...]

    17. Dana on said:

      Not his best. I thought there was too little plot and too much detail about lives of the rich and famous that didn't reveal much as far as personality or motivation went. Agree with other reviewers that the threesomes seemed out of character, and thus not particular to the reader.ough today's news report about orgies planned for high government officials in the US and England might lend veracity.

    18. Michael crage on said:

      Another great Stone Barrington book. Need I say more; not if have read others of the series. lf not, Stone is an adventurous Pi who has both lots of money and an appeal to beautiful woman. He has more that wants to bed him than he can handle even two at a time. Meanwhile in this book he is all over the world with the exwife of a Russian mobster type who makes movies primarily in the USA.

    19. Bill Donhiser on said:

      I took a break from Stuart Woods for a while as the series had just become to formulaic. I came back and got just what I expected: predictable plots, lots of sex, unbelievable excess, and the same story with mild twists. I still found it fun to read.

    20. Hapzydeco on said:

      Same predictable characters. At least Stone waits until page 6 before having sex. A gratuitous threesome. Stuart Woods seems to be challenging James Patterson’ production efforts; too bad Woods’ efforts lack substance.

    21. Darren on said:

      I bought this book. I have read books by this author before and liked them. This book didn't disappoint me at all. It had a good story to it. I liked the variety of characters in it. I will read more books by this author,for sure.

    22. Eva on said:

      Stone's latest bed-partner comes with some serious baggage. She's got an ex-husband who becomes a real thorn in Stone's side. The guy keeps showing up wherever he and his lady friend go -- and leaving the country doesn't seem to help. Boris is everywhere -- and he has no intention of going away. As Stone's star is on the rise, Boris hits one stumbling block after the other until he finally decides it is time to get rid of Stone once and for all. Boris is clearly not finished with his ex-wife -- [...]

    23. Ruth on said:

      Stone has a new woman in his life. She lives in New Mexico and when Stone goes to visit her, he discovers that she is being stalked by her ex-husband and feels as though she will never be able to escape him. Stone decides to offer her a trip to his house in England in order to get some rest from the stress of her ex but it seems that he always ends up where she is visiting. Boris, the ex, is always ready to exact revenge and Stone needs to use every resource, including technology, to stay ahead [...]

    24. Michele A. on said:

      Okay so this book was pretty formulaic. It had Stone meeting and bedding a woman with a psycho ex-husband. Stone then finds himself in a new kind of kink with this woman that had me questioning his sanity. There were so many negatives things about Gala and Stone that I was astounded I even finished this book. Stone went out of his way to antagonize her ex-husband, Billy got involved and things still spiraled out of control. The fact that Gala waited until the end to fess up to her "behavior" was [...]

    25. Keith on said:

      I have read all the Stone Barrington novels up to this point. If you are looking for the next great American novel, this is not it. Nor will any of the previous 37 novels fill that bill. If you are looking for a quick, easy and entertaining read, then Mr. Barrington will be happy to accommodate you. If you are going to compute his age (from book #1 on up), count how many women he has had sex with, figure out how much money he has, analyze all his "connections" - and then try to justify all this [...]

    26. White Hot Reads on said:

      I tend to love Stuart Woods books and this is the first time I've listened to one. I will say I wasn't a fan of Dino's voice at all. And then this one seemed to be one that I'd read already. Then I realized it was actually new for me but Stone can only have so many experiences with women, dead bodies and more before it seems to all run together. There was a moment where the book became totally cliche because I thought I had already listened to a part and I realized the same thing happened twice. [...]

    27. Sharon on said:

      Whoa - I jumped from a very early Barrington to a very late one. It took me a while to get used to the differences, but it was a good read. I think I'll do some more in this series. Not as good as Baldacci, but worth the time. In this one the ex-husband of his current girlfriend keeps trying to harass both of them. There is a bit of a twist at the end, but I saw it coming - so not as exciting as it could have been.

    28. Jeffrey Baker on said:

      This book is chalk full of over polite sentiment from stuffy rich folks that drink and eat to much. Stone Barrington has many houses, cars, planes, and friends in high places. Throughout the book they drink, eat, have sex and are trying to one up each other withyou guessed it, Dishonorable intentions. It was boring for about 2/3rds of the book then picked up. So I will more than likely continue in the adventures of stone Barrington.

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