by Michelle Woods

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BN ID: 2940159101280
Publisher: Michelle Woods
Publication date: 04/24/2018
Series: Red Falls Shifters , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 101,923
File size: 801 KB

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Unbound 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a great book. Love all of his books. Glad he took a off shoot of ted/ billy more please.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I devour Stuart Woods books....wish I had a new one every week!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The driverless auto must work!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
always writes great books! love the character of Stone
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great read!
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MonnieR More than 1 year ago
3.5 stars, actually Teddy Fay is not a nice man. On the other hand, if you want vengeance - all the way up to and including having somebody rubbed out - Teddy's your guy. But if you need to find him, look for Billy Barnett; that's the identity he's been using ever since New York attorney Stone Barrington, his friend of sorts, finagled him a Presidential pardon for sins he committed years earlier. Billy even works at the motion picture production company run by Stone's son, Peter, with his partner Ben (another well-connected son of a filthy rich and powerful guy). As this story begins, Billy is still mourning the death of his wife, who was run down by a drunk driver - the wife of another filmmaker, Dax Baxter, who outshines Billy in the unnice guy category. Dax also managed to use his considerable wealth and connections to protect his wife from prosecution, which understandably rankles Billy no end. As a former CIA operative back when he was Teddy, Billy is a man who tends to get what he wants - and he wants Dax's head on a platter (literally, if necessary). Using still another identity, Billy gets hired on the set of Dax's latest movie, where he hopes to create havoc that will hit Dax where it hurts most - in the pocketbook. But Dax smells a rat, figuring out who Billy really is. Worse, he decides Billy needs to be taken out, bringing in some Russian muscle to do the job. So since this book supposedly is about high-powered, oversexed Stone (this is the 44th book, I believe), how does he play into the story? Hardly at all, as it turns out. Mostly, he jets from place to place, talks on the phone and arranges for friends, including Billy, to stay in one of his ostentatious homes that are scattered all over the country. At least this time he settles on a single woman - a highly successful Sante Fe realtor - rather than trying to keep customers satisfied in all the cities in which he owns property. All in all, it's not a bad story - perhaps with a bit more murder, mayhem and gore than usual - so if I overlook the fact that Stone is pretty much overlooked, I'm willing to call it a decent read (nowhere near as boring as the last few in this series, in fact). That said, I've never been a big Teddy Fay fan, and this book didn't do much to change that opinion.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Great story! Enjoyed reading an adventure of Teddy/Billy!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved it
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Too much blood. What does Teddy look like?