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The Rules

Narrated by: Annie Aldington
Length: 13 hrs and 22 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (7 ratings)
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Summary

The second instalment of Kerry Barnes’ explosive new series!

Do you live by the rules or die by them?

Holed up in prison, Mike Regan is offered a deal - his freedom in exchange for his firm taking down the gang that is supplying a new dangerous drug that has hit the streets. What starts as a game soon becomes a shocking revelation with devastating consequences.

Meanwhile, Mike’s fiancé, Zara Ezra, has her own firm to run. But when the so-called Governor is out to take her down, she has her own decision to make - either fight, run, or write her own rule book.... 

©2018 Kerry Barnes (P)2018 HarperCollins Publishers

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So good!

Kerry Barnes seemed to have come out of nowhere! Her stories are brilliant and she definitely rivals the legend that is Martina Cole. Good twists and turns in this book. Made even better by Annie aldington, who is hands down my favourite narrator. She does the most brilliant voices, you actually forget only one person is speaking! Very excited for her future books and I really hopes she sticks with Annie.

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Love Kerry Barnes recent books

I found this a bit slow to start with, then half way through it got a lot better.
Not her best book but still good story.
Annie aldington does great narration as always