Barbara taylor bradford playing the game pdf


 

Playing the Game book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. In New York Times bestselling author Barbara Taylor Bradford's ne. From the bestselling author of A Woman of Substance comes an explosive novel about one woman's journey to success. Seduction, passion. Barbara Taylor Bradford's books are all available in eBook format. This page lists Barbara's books in the Playing the Game. , Hardcover, Paperback.

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Barbara Taylor Bradford Playing The Game Pdf

Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. In her 26th book Bradford (Breaking the Rules) embraces all the tropes of the rags-to-riches story. Although London. Playing The Game By Barbara Taylor Bradford - FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Barbara Taylor Bradford was born and raised in Leeds, and worked as a journalist in London. Her first novel, A (). cover image of Playing the Game .

May 08, Leah rated it did not like it Ugh! The only reason I finished this book was because I found it slightly more interesting than my grocery list. There will be spoilers to follow but if you are still reading this review the odds of you reading the book are low anyway so here goes All of the characters are unbelievably boring except for Marius who is just an ass. That was the best you c Ugh!

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Once I got to the middle of the book, it started moving much more quickly and kept me intrigued for the remaining pages. Overall, I give this book 4 stars as it is a nice quick read, once you get past the beginning, and the characters are well written and can easily be related too. Her heroine, Emma Harte, was a brave, strong protagonist, a woman who could overcome anything and run a huge department store, while navigating the tricky waters of romance.

I read many of Bradford's subsequent books, but I haven't read one in awhile. Bradford has been a successful author for over 30 years, mostly by sticking to her formula of strong female characters overco I can vividly remember reading Barbara Taylor Bradford's first novel, A Woman of Substance, back when I was in high school.

Bradford has been a successful author for over 30 years, mostly by sticking to her formula of strong female characters overcoming the odds through hard work and strength of character, and adding in a forbidden romance.

Her latest novel, Playing the Game, sticks to the formula. Annette Remington is a successful art dealer in London, married to a much older man.

Playing the Game

She becomes famous for selling a long-lost Rembrandt painting at auction, and soon the entire art world knows who she is. But Annette has a secret from her past, one that her husband knows of and has used to keep control of her. Add this book to bookshelf. Add book.

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There will be spoilers to follow but if you are still reading this review the odds of you reading the book are low anyway so here goes All of the characters are unbelievably boring except for Marius who is just an ass. That was the best you c Ugh! That was the best you could come up with - here is the spoiler - the only other man Annette has ever "loved" was Jack's father!!!

Then -here's another spoiler - Marius dies before he can be told that all secrets are know. Then they all live happily ever after!

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This is the first book that I have read of Ms. Playing the Game is centered around the life of Annette Remmington, a rising star in the art world, and her struggles to succeed in not only her art consultant business but in her personal life as well.

For me, this book was a little difficult to get into as it moved rather slowly in the beginning and seemed to drag out in places that could easily have been avoided. Once I got to the middle of the book, it started moving much more quickly and kept me intrigued for the remaining pages.