Cover of: Changing the rules | Níqui Stanhope

Changing the rules

St. Martin's paperbacks ed.

Published by St. Martin's Paperbacks in New York, NY .
Written in English.

About the Book

From African-American fiction staple Niqui Stanhope comes Changing the Rules, a romance where when it comes to love, there are no rules…
Marcel Templeton is determined never to fall for Mr. Wrong again. And no man is going to sweep her off her feet without meeting a few requirements first...Even if that means changing the rules of the dating game. Then the oh-so-fine Ian Michaels saunters into her life and threatens to ruin all her carefully laid plans...

Owner of a wildly successful multi media corporation, Ian Michaels has met a lot of ladies-- but none have gotten under his skin quite like Marcel. The minute she comes crashing into his life, she starts firing away the "rules" that any man she dates must follow. But Ian thinks he knows what Marcel really needs-- someone to rock her world. And he's just the man to do it!

It's obvious to Marcel that the man has "player" written all over him, but the feelings he evokes in her are oh-so-sweet and she can't quite remember why she's fighting so hard. And it's not long before she may have to admit that the passion that flares between them, may just be the reason they belong together...

Classifications

Library of Congress
CPB Box no. 2152 vol. 4

The Physical Object

Pagination
296 p. ;
Number of pages
296

ID Numbers

Open Library
OL3386297M
Internet Archive
changingrules0000stan
ISBN 10
0312986238
LC Control Number
2004573295
OCLC/WorldCat
53141986
Library Thing
1095326
Goodreads
1811620
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