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Posted July 27, 2000
Jill Cassidy needed a fake fiancé - fast. Morgan Price needed a savvy lawyer - immediately! The sexy contractor agreed to pretend he was madly in love with Jill and attend her sister Carly's wedding. In turn, Jill would settle his case pronto. But the rules of their 'Engagement' were another matter. #1 No Touching #2 No Kissing #3 No S.E.X. As the charade continued, Morgan was soon beyond rules #1 and #2. And #3 was in imminent danger the night he and Jill had to share the same romantic hotel suite...containing only one bed! Look for Carly's story -- #797 Breaking The Rules - in September!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 9, 2008
In Los Angeles, attorney Jill Cassidy needs a fiancé because her family back in Homer, Illinois thinks she is engaged. She clearly needs a hunk to accompany her back home when she attends her sister's wedding or she will have to fend off the good intentions of her beloved family. At the same time, contractor Morgan Price desperately needs an attorney. Jill offers him a taste of medieval economics by bartering her skills for a few days of his time. <P>They agree to three rules: no touching, no kissing, and no sex. A few hours into their deception destroys rules one and two. As Jill and Morgan become better acquainted and are about to share the solo bed in their hotel room, they have fallen in love, but will they be quick enough to change their pretend engagement into the real thing? <P> RULES OF ENGAGEMENT is a humorous romantic romp that will enchant fans of contemporary love stories. The lead charcaters are a fun duo whose growing attraction to one another adds to their dilemma, temptation, and the reader's overall enjoyment of the sassy story line. Jamie Denton has written an amusing tale that will send the audience back to the bookstores for the sequel BREAKING THE RULES. <P>Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.