In New York Times bestselling author Barbara Taylor Bradford's new novel, Annette Remmington, a London art consultant and private dealer, is at the top of her game. She is considered a rising star in the international world of art, and has a roster of wealthy clients who trust her judgment and her business acumen. Her success reaches new heights when a rare and long lost Rembrandt finds its way into her hands, which she restores and sells for top dollar. Called the auction of the year, Annette becomes the most talked about art dealer in the world.
Annette is married to her mentor and personal champion, the much older Marius Remmington. For twenty years, Marius has groomed her into the international art star that she has become, not to mention saving her from a dark and gritty past. She is his pride and joy, and as her best advisor, it's with great care that he hand picks only the best journalist possible to do a profile on his beloved wife in a popular London Sunday newspaper. Jack Chalmers is a bit of a celebrity himself, becoming one of the top journalists of his time. Marius believes only he will be able to capture the true brilliance of his lovely 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?
Barbara Taylor Bradford does it again in this epic novel of seduction, passion and international intrigue. Playing the game has never been so thrilling.
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When Marius persuades a reluctant Annette to be interviewed by a rising young journalist in order to create interest in her next auction, the decision reveals a tortured childhood for Annette and a serious criminal past for Marius.Dec 13 2010 | Read Full Review of Playing the Game
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Annette, at 39, compares Jack to William Holden: most 39-year-olds today wouldnt have a clue who Holden was.Sep 24 2010 | Read Full Review of Playing the Game
"He tries to control her, but because she is a Barbara Taylor Bradford woman, she fights and resists this total control," she adds with the pride of a mother describing a daughter.Oct 09 2010 | Read Full Review of Playing the Game
When an acquaintance inherits an estate, Annette is delighted to discover a rare and long lost Rembrandt, which she restores and sells for top dollar and Annette becomes the most talked about art dealer because of the “auction of the year”.Dec 01 2010 | Read Full Review of Playing the Game
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