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Rules of the Game

Narrated by: Kate Rudd
Length: 6 hrs and 36 mins
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A story of stubborn wills and impassioned hearts from number-one New York Times best-selling author Nora Roberts.

Television director Brooke Gordon thinks that baseball player Parks Jones is an insufferable cad with an inflated ego. Unfortunately, he's also brilliant and her client's spokesman. Brooke is determined to ignore the intense attraction she feels while directing Parks in a commercial. But Parks is willing to break a few rules to convince Brooke that love isn't just a game to him. It means forever....

©1984 Nora Roberts (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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  • scheliece sankey
  • 18-02-17

i lov3 love lov3 Nora Robert.

i just cannot put her books down when i start them. i just havevto keep going to the end. its like im transported into the book and im right b there with them. i i i love you nora!!!!

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  • MABJM
  • 09-11-14

Don't bother

This is the first time I haven't liked the characters in a Nora Roberts novel. I almost stopped reading the book, especially since the narrator misprounces some pretty basic words right off the bat. (The heroine works in advertising and has a Clio award - it's pronounced 'cleo' not 'cli-o'.)

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