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Jack Noble. Assassin for hire. Former Marine and government agent. He makes no mistakes. He passes no judgement. He feels no remorse. So why the hell does he stop to help a lost child on a busy sidewalk moments before he's to complete a deal with one of the east coast's top crime bosses? This simple decision places Jack in unfamiliar territory. He has become the hunted. Nobl Jack Noble. Assassin for hire. Former Marine and government agent. He makes no mistakes. He passes no judgement. He feels no remorse. So why the hell does he stop to help a lost child on a busy sidewalk moments before he's to complete a deal with one of the east coast's top crime bosses? This simple decision places Jack in unfamiliar territory. He has become the hunted. Noble Intentions: Season One is a thrilling and suspenseful story of underworld crime, government secrets, and heart-pounding action. Warning: This novel depicts realistic violence with real consequences. Some scenes might be too intense for the faint of heart.


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Jack Noble. Assassin for hire. Former Marine and government agent. He makes no mistakes. He passes no judgement. He feels no remorse. So why the hell does he stop to help a lost child on a busy sidewalk moments before he's to complete a deal with one of the east coast's top crime bosses? This simple decision places Jack in unfamiliar territory. He has become the hunted. Nobl Jack Noble. Assassin for hire. Former Marine and government agent. He makes no mistakes. He passes no judgement. He feels no remorse. So why the hell does he stop to help a lost child on a busy sidewalk moments before he's to complete a deal with one of the east coast's top crime bosses? This simple decision places Jack in unfamiliar territory. He has become the hunted. Noble Intentions: Season One is a thrilling and suspenseful story of underworld crime, government secrets, and heart-pounding action. Warning: This novel depicts realistic violence with real consequences. Some scenes might be too intense for the faint of heart.

30 review for Noble Intentions: Season One

  1. 4 out of 5

    Toni Osborne

    Book # 4 in the Jack Noble series This thriller is a collection of five episodes sort of standalone stories that are smoothly meshed into one volume. This series follows the story of Jack Noble, an assassin for hire who practices his art with a clean conscience and he does it for the money. The main characters: Jack is an awesome cold blooded killer: rather smart, somewhat funny and definitely you want him on your side but deep down he has a heart of gold. Bear is his best friend, this guy has a s Book # 4 in the Jack Noble series This thriller is a collection of five episodes sort of standalone stories that are smoothly meshed into one volume. This series follows the story of Jack Noble, an assassin for hire who practices his art with a clean conscience and he does it for the money. The main characters: Jack is an awesome cold blooded killer: rather smart, somewhat funny and definitely you want him on your side but deep down he has a heart of gold. Bear is his best friend, this guy has a soft spot also although don’t step on his toes. Clarissa is the only one that can keep Jack and Bear straight and can keep up with them. Mandy plays a good part in this story also, she the little girl that the group took under their wings. The setting: As in many thrillers the story brings you to different countries, where you hear different languages and meet good people and a lot of bad ones. The story in a few words: Jack stop to help a lost child moments before he's supposed to complete a deal with one of the east coast's top crime bosses? This is a decision that places Jack in unfamiliar territory. He's become the hunted and finds himself in a race against time to save those closest to him. My thoughts: This is a fast-pace suspense full of nonstop action, a bit far-fetched but captivating if you not squeamish with all the killings you will surely have a hoot reading this book. The style is rough and saccadic but this didn’t bother me after all it is mainly a story of killers, don’t forget these guys don’t pussyfoot around. I love all characters even brutal ones can be likable. The author knows how to develop an exciting plot with well-drawn characters to pull us in from start to finish. I would say it is a gripping page-turner

  2. 5 out of 5

    Al

    I was disappointed by this book. I had gotten this as a free Kindle e-book, and maybe I just started with the wrong book in the series, but I didn't find Jack Noble to be a likable character. I actually think it would have made a better book if Jack's friend & partner, Bear, were the main character. An assassin for hire, with apparently no loyalties except to a handful of individual friends? Ex-Marine who doesn't seem the least bit patriotic? Makes tons of money, but never seems to have any real I was disappointed by this book. I had gotten this as a free Kindle e-book, and maybe I just started with the wrong book in the series, but I didn't find Jack Noble to be a likable character. I actually think it would have made a better book if Jack's friend & partner, Bear, were the main character. An assassin for hire, with apparently no loyalties except to a handful of individual friends? Ex-Marine who doesn't seem the least bit patriotic? Makes tons of money, but never seems to have any real access to it? But, for me, the least appealing aspect is the almost never-ending trail of bodies he leaves in his wake. Not the most admirable guy, but that's how he's written. Some may admire that type of character, but I found myself feeling like a disappointed coach, hoping my star player would make the right choice, instead of earning another unsportsmanlike conduct penalty I've seen quite a few positive reviews of this book and the series in general, and have a few more downloaded, so I won't give up on it yet. I'm hoping this is just a phase, sort of a lethal version of the "terrible twos" :)

  3. 4 out of 5

    K.M.

    A collection of all five episodes of season 1 in one place - perfect! I love the main character, Jack Noble, and his journey as an anti-hero. Despite what he does for a living, you can't help but root for him. And the secondary characters all shine just as brightly - Clarissa, Mandy, and especially Bear, have all found a place in my heart. The writing is sharp and witty, and oh-so-easy to get through. I love this series and I can't wait to keep reading more. A collection of all five episodes of season 1 in one place - perfect! I love the main character, Jack Noble, and his journey as an anti-hero. Despite what he does for a living, you can't help but root for him. And the secondary characters all shine just as brightly - Clarissa, Mandy, and especially Bear, have all found a place in my heart. The writing is sharp and witty, and oh-so-easy to get through. I love this series and I can't wait to keep reading more.

  4. 5 out of 5

    ☘Misericordia☘ ⚡ϟ⚡⛈⚡☁ ❇️❤❣

    So, 'Just Jack' is starting to get sloppy a bit. As well as Pierre. So, 'Just Jack' is starting to get sloppy a bit. As well as Pierre.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Melodie

    This is the second Jack Noble installment I've read. While I was able to engage in the story most of the time, this particular antihero just doesn't turn my crank. I found myself skimming through the second half of the book without missing anything or losing plot. There was so much filler violence. So I bid bye bye to this series. This is the second Jack Noble installment I've read. While I was able to engage in the story most of the time, this particular antihero just doesn't turn my crank. I found myself skimming through the second half of the book without missing anything or losing plot. There was so much filler violence. So I bid bye bye to this series.

  6. 4 out of 5

    C.S. Wilson

    The Noble books are pure entertainment for me. I enjoy them enough that I can (mostly) overlook errors like vile for vial and site for sight. I'll definitely be reading more of the Noble books. The Noble books are pure entertainment for me. I enjoy them enough that I can (mostly) overlook errors like vile for vial and site for sight. I'll definitely be reading more of the Noble books.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Apollo Hesiod

    really enjoyed this book, hated to put it down, kept me intrigued from the beginning. Jack Noble is an awesome character along with this group of friends. Will defenately read more Jack Noble books

  8. 5 out of 5

    John

    I really wanted to like this book. It had, as the title goes, noble intentions. Jack Noble is a former marine and current assassin for hire. He works regularly for an underworld boss. He has friends all over the world. He goes from place to place killing random people - sometimes the ones he is paid to kill, sometimes just random people. The plot follows him through his journey, except when it diverges to follow one of his friends for a while. The individual action sequences are generally good, I really wanted to like this book. It had, as the title goes, noble intentions. Jack Noble is a former marine and current assassin for hire. He works regularly for an underworld boss. He has friends all over the world. He goes from place to place killing random people - sometimes the ones he is paid to kill, sometimes just random people. The plot follows him through his journey, except when it diverges to follow one of his friends for a while. The individual action sequences are generally good, though occasionally nonsensical. But the plot is just there to move Jack from one situation to another. Jack isn't really a killer with a heart of gold, even if he thinks he is, which I think is the main issue.

  9. 4 out of 5

    David Highton

    An unstructured and meandering plot of paid assassins, secret government agencies and criminal organisations, with more killings than any other book I can remember, often for very little reason. I think this is the end of my Jack Noble journey.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Ted

    I only made it halfway though. While there is a loose plot, there really aren't any interesting characters and they all seem the same. With the exception of a child, the rest all react immediately to anything and everything with deadly force and no discrimination. All in all after half the book I found I really didn't care about any of the characters to any degree and was less interested in what might eventually happen to them. I consider a book an investment in my time and this one wasn't a goo I only made it halfway though. While there is a loose plot, there really aren't any interesting characters and they all seem the same. With the exception of a child, the rest all react immediately to anything and everything with deadly force and no discrimination. All in all after half the book I found I really didn't care about any of the characters to any degree and was less interested in what might eventually happen to them. I consider a book an investment in my time and this one wasn't a good investment.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Rick

    Another job for Noble, the assassin for hire. I thought this might be a dud of a book as it has a kid(I love kids, I have one. I just don't like reading them in a story). I was very surprised the book moved great, the kid was not a distraction. Noble is doing what he does best and is acquiring a large number of enemies. Good book as it was hard to put down. Purchased the next one and ready to put that in the mix. Another job for Noble, the assassin for hire. I thought this might be a dud of a book as it has a kid(I love kids, I have one. I just don't like reading them in a story). I was very surprised the book moved great, the kid was not a distraction. Noble is doing what he does best and is acquiring a large number of enemies. Good book as it was hard to put down. Purchased the next one and ready to put that in the mix.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    Maybe the most interesting of the Noble books I've read so far, but like the rest of them it is littered with grammatical errors making it hard to read at times. I'll keep reading the series just because they are fine brainless books that are perfect for my Nook, but there is nothing exceptional here. Noble isn't all that likable, and he is hugely underdeveloped. Maybe the most interesting of the Noble books I've read so far, but like the rest of them it is littered with grammatical errors making it hard to read at times. I'll keep reading the series just because they are fine brainless books that are perfect for my Nook, but there is nothing exceptional here. Noble isn't all that likable, and he is hugely underdeveloped.

  13. 4 out of 5

    vivian

    Great read Great story line about a man who assassinates for hire who is caught by the Russian spies and sentenced to death in a kangaroo court. He is than set up as being killed in the prison with poison and than removed from prison in a wood coffin and being alive released. Keeps you guessing.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kiru Taye

    I love this book especially the characters--Jack, Clarissa, Bear, even little Mandy. Already downloaded Season 2. I'm almost afraid to start listening to Season 2 because I won't be able to put it down. So addictive. I love this book especially the characters--Jack, Clarissa, Bear, even little Mandy. Already downloaded Season 2. I'm almost afraid to start listening to Season 2 because I won't be able to put it down. So addictive.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Tulay

    Sorry Mr Ryan. Many senseless violence and killings, even innocent people. Made it almost to the half, because I respect all the authors.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Jo Blaylock

    A very good read I have fallen in love with Jack Noble. He is everything you want in a good thriller. I am moving on to the next book, season 2 of Noble intentions.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Michael

    Just finished book #4 of the Jack Noble series by L.T. Ryan. Loved the book and the three previous books. I was a follower of W.E.B. Griffin and Tom Clancy. Lately I am finding these writers are using others to help or write entirely the new novels. The last one under Tom Clancy's name was getting hard to read and I abandoned the read. I now follow L.T. Ryan and another writer that writes in the style of the old Tom Clancy books. Regarding the latest book: Noble Intentions, it was filled with act Just finished book #4 of the Jack Noble series by L.T. Ryan. Loved the book and the three previous books. I was a follower of W.E.B. Griffin and Tom Clancy. Lately I am finding these writers are using others to help or write entirely the new novels. The last one under Tom Clancy's name was getting hard to read and I abandoned the read. I now follow L.T. Ryan and another writer that writes in the style of the old Tom Clancy books. Regarding the latest book: Noble Intentions, it was filled with action and suspense and even though the hero was made to seem super human, I understand the need and it did help the book. Sometimes however it was at times unbelievable (the events as they played out) it was still a fun read. (I didn't get too explicit on the unbelievable scenes because I did not want to give anything away for those who have not read the book yet.) I will continue to read books from L.T. Ryan and can

  18. 5 out of 5

    Joy

    Disappointing I found a sticky note with a list of titles or characters. I was happy to find it and have new books to check out. Now, I’m annoyed with this unbelievable spoof of a hitman and his associates. I have so many questions. Why the profession change for Clarissa? How is it that this badass hitman has several people sneak up on himALL THE TIME? Why is it that this hitman drives obviously conspicuous cars? Why is this hitman worried about phones being tracked, but stole and used someones Disappointing I found a sticky note with a list of titles or characters. I was happy to find it and have new books to check out. Now, I’m annoyed with this unbelievable spoof of a hitman and his associates. I have so many questions. Why the profession change for Clarissa? How is it that this badass hitman has several people sneak up on himALL THE TIME? Why is it that this hitman drives obviously conspicuous cars? Why is this hitman worried about phones being tracked, but stole and used someones GPS? Why do all of these random women want to sleep with a Jack after a few minutes in his presence? What was the point of introducing Dottie? I really wanted to keep liking Jack, Clarissa, and Bear...but they all really let me down with these completely unbelievable emotions and situations. Did the writers change? Is the author mad at Jack? Help me understand. :(

  19. 5 out of 5

    Mike Hovis

    Jack Noble is my newest hero. To use a bit of an oxymoron, he's a hit man with a heart. I met Jack Noble while reading "Thriller Thirteen", a compilation of 13 novellas put together by Mark Dawson. Fortunately Mr. Dawson included episode 1 of Noble Intentions in the compilation. I was so impressed with episode 1 that I downloaded the complete book of Noble Intentions, which consists of 5 episodes, and read it before getting back to T13. I love everything about Noble Intentions! L.T. Ryan has cre Jack Noble is my newest hero. To use a bit of an oxymoron, he's a hit man with a heart. I met Jack Noble while reading "Thriller Thirteen", a compilation of 13 novellas put together by Mark Dawson. Fortunately Mr. Dawson included episode 1 of Noble Intentions in the compilation. I was so impressed with episode 1 that I downloaded the complete book of Noble Intentions, which consists of 5 episodes, and read it before getting back to T13. I love everything about Noble Intentions! L.T. Ryan has created a universe of well rounded characters, both villains and good guys. His characters seem to be real humans - the good guys have their faults and the bad guys can do good things. If you like fast paced, action packed, edge of your seat thrillers, read this book.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Thomas James

    Violence for the Sake of Violence I don't really know how to rate this story as it's in a league of its own. It's kind of a spy novel. Something like James Bond, but Bond never gets this violent. There is so much violence that the story almost gets lost. Events that should evolve into solutions get twisted into death and violence. It almost makes you wonder how L.T. Ryan knows about this stuff. (Then again maybe I don't want to know.) This is part of a series so it's possible this is a developmen Violence for the Sake of Violence I don't really know how to rate this story as it's in a league of its own. It's kind of a spy novel. Something like James Bond, but Bond never gets this violent. There is so much violence that the story almost gets lost. Events that should evolve into solutions get twisted into death and violence. It almost makes you wonder how L.T. Ryan knows about this stuff. (Then again maybe I don't want to know.) This is part of a series so it's possible this is a developmental plot as a transition to some sort of good conclusion, but it could just as easily go the other way. Maybe that's the point. Ill have to wait and see.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Cleo Baker-roberts

    Unfortunately, the order of the various episodes of Jack Noble's adventures is a wee bit confusing & I read a couple out of order. "Noble Intentions" is actually #4 (followed by "When Dead In Greece," which I'd already read!) & the best episode so far! L.T. Ryan doesn't get bogged down in minute descriptions (which just slows down the story) & this one turned out to be a page turner & a more believable/enjoyable tale. All-in-all a really good read & worth your time if you like fast-paced, action Unfortunately, the order of the various episodes of Jack Noble's adventures is a wee bit confusing & I read a couple out of order. "Noble Intentions" is actually #4 (followed by "When Dead In Greece," which I'd already read!) & the best episode so far! L.T. Ryan doesn't get bogged down in minute descriptions (which just slows down the story) & this one turned out to be a page turner & a more believable/enjoyable tale. All-in-all a really good read & worth your time if you like fast-paced, action adventure.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Michael Mardel

    Noble intentions Jack Noble #4 by Ryan. Definitely a page turner with good descriptions, even to the cruise ship and the Black Dolphin. Was it in Jack's character to befriend a little girl, Mandy, lost on the street? Was it in Clarissa's character to take them in? Clarissa is a strong character who really takes over the story. And she can be violent, too. Is Jack amoral with all his killings? He always has money to pay for various lodgings, all at the same time. Very entertaining otherwise. Noble intentions Jack Noble #4 by Ryan. Definitely a page turner with good descriptions, even to the cruise ship and the Black Dolphin. Was it in Jack's character to befriend a little girl, Mandy, lost on the street? Was it in Clarissa's character to take them in? Clarissa is a strong character who really takes over the story. And she can be violent, too. Is Jack amoral with all his killings? He always has money to pay for various lodgings, all at the same time. Very entertaining otherwise.

  23. 5 out of 5

    MH

    I liked the first three books reasonably well. The main character (and supporting cast) seem reasonably well thought out, the writing seems tight, the action seems exciting and believable, but here in book four, I am starting to think the relentlessly amoral killer that Jack Noble is becoming is not my thing. YMMV, though, so don't let my thinking here dissuade you from trying these books out. I won't be purchasing or reading any more of them. I liked the first three books reasonably well. The main character (and supporting cast) seem reasonably well thought out, the writing seems tight, the action seems exciting and believable, but here in book four, I am starting to think the relentlessly amoral killer that Jack Noble is becoming is not my thing. YMMV, though, so don't let my thinking here dissuade you from trying these books out. I won't be purchasing or reading any more of them.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Kurtzahn

    Too violent. I read the first Jack Noble book because it was free and the story line interested me. But I won't be reading anymore in this series. Jack and his friend Bear are not good people, and it's hard to stomach these two shooting people in the head every few pages. No thanks, not for me. Too violent. I read the first Jack Noble book because it was free and the story line interested me. But I won't be reading anymore in this series. Jack and his friend Bear are not good people, and it's hard to stomach these two shooting people in the head every few pages. No thanks, not for me.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Pat Rathmann

    AN INTENSE THRILLER AND GREAT READ What an intense read. This story is filled with action, mysterious plots, suspense, revenge and finally loyalty and friendship to the end. There is such intrigued built within these story lines that keeps a reader captivated. As the story unfolds, tension mounts and the ending is a huge surprise.

  26. 4 out of 5

    Richard Cowart

    As the action continues Jack finally bites off more than he can handle. In an attempt to protect Clarissa and Mandy Jack takes a job for Pierre which gets the Russians after him. He pays the ultimate price or does he? Another thrilling adventure in a series filled with action and great supporting characters.

  27. 4 out of 5

    John McCulley

    Not your average hero. Well rounded characters,an intriguing plot and a protagonist who whilst not exactly an anti-hero is certainly a borderline creation. Superb...i foot one look forward to more exploits from a certain Mr Noble. These books seem to improve with each new release,L.T. Ryan i applaud you.

  28. 4 out of 5

    Casey

    This book reads like the author got a book deal and needed to crank out some pages. It's just violence and nonsense. I read a few of the previous installments, and they kept my attention. This one was all over the place, everyone got murdered, the players in the story all lost their depth and in the end I just skimmed the pages to see how it ended. This book reads like the author got a book deal and needed to crank out some pages. It's just violence and nonsense. I read a few of the previous installments, and they kept my attention. This one was all over the place, everyone got murdered, the players in the story all lost their depth and in the end I just skimmed the pages to see how it ended.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Patricia Wchman

    Jack is a bit of a steamroller. If a body gets in his way he obliterates it. It seems as though the good guys and bad guys in this book act in the same way. So the dead body count is very high. I like my protagonist to have more finesse. However, the book moves along quickly. I gave 4 stars because I like how Jack and Bear treated the little girl Mandy.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Tertia R Armstrong

    Love it The addition of Mandy to the family makes the rough and tough assassin crew human. Events around the globe provide chilling reminders of the savage underground criminal elements. Plot twists and turns offer exciting adventures for Jack, Bear, and Clarissa. The last scenes make you want to read the sequa.

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