Barbara Taylor Bradford Playing the Game

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Playing the Game

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From the bestselling author of A Woman of Substance comes an explosive novel about one woman's journey to success. Seduction, passion and international intrigue. Playing the game has never been so thrilling. Good looking, successful Annette Remmington is a London art consultant and dealer at the top of her game. When a rare and long-lost Rembrandt finds its way into her hands, she becomes the most talked about dealer in the world as she auctions it for millions of pounds. Married to the dashing Marius Remmington, Annette owes her life to him for it was he who rescued her from a dark and troubled past. And now he wants to hand-pick the best journalist to write a profile on his talented wife. But Marius has unknowingly made a devastating mistake by bringing Jack Chalmers into their lives and soon Annette's career and marriage are on the line. How could Marcus have known that Jack would uncover a secret that could destroy them all?

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From the blockbuster bestselling author of "A Woman of Substance "and "The Ravenscar Dynasty "comes a explosive novel about one woman's remarkable journey to success.

"Vintage Bradford, with lavish descriptions of the pleasures of palate and palette, victims as virtuous as they are gorgeous, [and] cruel Lotharios."--"Kirkus Reviews"

Annette Remmington is a London art consultant and private dealer. With a roster of wealthy clients who trust her good eye and judgment, she is at the top of her game. Annette is married to her mentor and personal champion, the much older Marius. For twenty years, he has groomed her into the success that she has become, not to mention saving her from a dark and gritty past. Annette is Marius's pride and joy, and as her best advisor, he has handpicked Jack Chalmers to do Annette's profile in a popular newspaper. Marius believes only Jack--one of London's most esteemed journalists--will be able to capture the true brilliance of his beloved wife. But Marius never intends to put his marriage in jeopardy....How could he have known that the connection between Jack and Annette would ignite so many secrets? And how could he know that Jack would uncover a scandal that could ultimately destroy them all?

""PLAYING THE GAME "[is] scintillating...plenty of intrigue, secrets, and steamy encounters."--"Booklist"

About the Author:

Barbara Taylor Bradford was born and raised in England. She started her writing career on the Yorkshire Evening Post and later worked as a journalist in London. Her first novel, A Woman of Substance, became an enduring bestseller and was followed by twenty-five others, including the bestselling Harte series. Barbara's books have sold more than eighty-two million copies worldwide in more than ninety countries and forty languages, and ten mini-series and television movies have been made of her books. In October of 2007, Barbara was appointed an OBE by the Queen for her services to literature. She lives in New York City with her husband, television producer Robert Bradford. Playing the Game is her twenty-sixth novel.

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