Changing The Rules [NOOK Book]

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From African-American fiction staple Niqui Stanhope comes 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 ...

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Changing The Rules

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Overview


From African-American fiction staple Niqui Stanhope comes 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...

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781466862104
  • Publisher: St. Martin's Press
  • Publication date: 1/7/2014
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 352
  • Sales rank: 607,697
  • File size: 298 KB

Meet the Author


Niqui Stanhope was born in Jamaica, West Indies, but grew up in Guyana, South America. In 1984, she immigrated to the United States, where she graduated from the University of Southern California with a degree in Chemistry and went on to become a scientist. She has been chosen as Author of the Month by Romance in Color magazine, and was nominated for the 2001 EMMA Award and the 2002 Gold Pen Award.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 1, 2003

    Stanhope Does It Again!!

    Changing The Rules - A laugh fest accompanied by sizzling sensuality! It's HOT, HOT, HOT ladies!!! And so true. Anyone who's ever turned thirty will understand this book so well. Run out and buy this one, you won't be able to put it down until it's done!!!! * 5 stars*

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fun chick lit tale

    In San Diego La Beau Monde magazine editor, Marcel Templeton rushes to meet her best friend Tracy for lunch. She uses the shoulder to get around someone waiting for a light to change. He turns right legally and crashes into her car. No one is hurt and the damage minor. Ian Michaels asks Macel out, but she refuses. Unable to resist, Ian follows Marcel to the Versailles Restaurant. She joins Tracy while he sits hidden by a plant at the next table with his seven-year-old niece Dani who he is raising. Ian overhears Tracy and Marcel drawing up a list of rules a man must possess to date the latter. Rule 1 and 11/2 involve his ¿equipment¿. Rule 2 is he must not be a player. Rule 3 is he must have a job, a car, and money. Finally he must not be mean or live with his mom. Using the rules, Ian eventually persuades Marcel to take a chance on him. Eventually, they make love, but she learns that he is the CEO of a multimedia company trying to buy her independent publication. Marcel thinks Ian used sex to seal the deal, but he knows that was coincidence and he loves her. <P>This chick lit tale is a bit inane but fun especially when the two ladies draw up a requirement list. Ian¿s niece adds some somber notes as she struggles with her feeling of being unwanted in spite of his efforts to prove otherwise, but that subplot seems off-kilter for this tale. The romance is appealing, as fans will like the antics of the lead duo particularly Marcel. <P>Harriet Klausner

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