I just finished the 3rd book (Thin Line) in the Jack Noble series, and I will purchase Noble Intentions this afternoon. I have enjoyed each of these novels very much although, truthfully, I rate these books slightly under those of Vince Flynn. On the other hand the novels have been exciting, action packed, well thought out and relatively believable. I'm looking forward to the next novel and each additional book going forward ( I try to read all of my books in order of the publish date).
The one thing that does bother me a great deal is the poor grammatical editing. Perhaps this is a small thing; however, I find it very distracting---especially when I'm engrossed in the story line and I run across an obvious grammatical error---it just ruins the moment for me. I guess I'm being overly anal about the whole thing, but I truly do enjoy the writing and I thought the editors should know about the problem---then again, probably not---sigh!
Once again, it's a great read, and I am looking forward to "Noble Intentions".