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Winner Takes All by Nora Roberts
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Winner Takes All (original 1984; edition 2004)

by Nora Roberts

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Title:Winner Takes All
Authors:Nora Roberts
Info:Silhouette (2004), Mass Market Paperback, 544 pages
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Rating:****
Tags:romance

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Winner Takes All [2-in-1]: Rules of the Game • The Name of the Game by Nora Roberts (1984)

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Two books together: Rules of the Game - Director of commercials falls in love with ballplayer who is the star of one of them; The Name of the Game: TV Producer of game shows falls in love with one of the game show celebrity actors ( )
  nancynova | Sep 12, 2015 |
Good not great. Fairly typical contemporary romance. ( )
  lesmel | Jul 13, 2013 |
Contains two Nora Roberts novels originally published in the 1980s. Rules of the Game features Brooke Gordon who directs advertising and wants to get into bigger things. Her latest project involves Parks Jones, a baseball hero with a big ego. She's determined not to get involved, he's determined to explore his attraction to her. This is a sweet story, she's got issues and he just deals with them in very great ways. He notices things about her and tries to make her comfortable and when she falters he's there to pick her up. A charming story.

The Name of the Game is about Johanna Patterson who has grown up with show biz and distrusts almost everyone in the game. When Sam Weaver appears on her game show he decides that she would be an interesting person to date, he overcomes her reluctance slowly and with a lot of charm. Another solid romance with some great characters. ( )
  wyvernfriend | Oct 25, 2012 |
THIS WAS A VERY INTERESTING BOOK. IT IS FUNNY ABOUT A LOT OF NORA ROBERTS BOOKS. SHE SEEMS TO MAKE HER MALE CHARACTERS PICK ON THE FEMALE CHARACTER LIKE MEN DO IN REAL LIFE. IT'S SORT OF A CUTE FLIRTY THING GUYS DO TO GO AFTER GIRLS, AND AGAIN SHE ALWAYS MAKES HAPPY ENDINGS.......I WONDER IF SHE WILL EVER HAVE AN UN-HAPILLY EVER AFTER......IT WOULD SUCK :( OH WELL LOL ( )
  perryel10 | Apr 13, 2010 |
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Omnibus edition of "Rules of the game" and "The Name of the Game". Published as both Winner Takes All and Hazy Summer Nights
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2 contemporary romance stories by Nora Roberts: Rules Of The Game; and, The Name Of The Game.

Rules of the Game:

She had vowed never to mix business with pleasure. But one look into the mesmerizing eyes of Parks Jones was all it took for Brooke Gordon. He was utterly desirable and completely off-limits-so Parks was going to have to break a few rules to convince her that love wasn't just a game to him, it meant forever...

The Name of the Game:

Johanna didn't give her trust easily, especially not to a man who lived in the public eye. So why was Sam appearing nightly in her dreams? The man had a way of slipping past all her defenses, of coaxing her into his arms. He desparately wanted to win this game - when the name of the game was love.
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New York Times best-selling author NORA ROBERTS brings you two classic romances, unavailable for over a decade, set in a world where falling in love breaks all the rules - and winner takes all.

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