The Game

Rated 3.60/5 based on 5 reviews
Jane Burrows knows that the corporate environment is difficult to nagivate at the best of times. It is especially difficult when the important account lead hates the very sight of her. Damon D'Arth is a corporate warrior who knows his way around the politics in the world for major infrastructure. Jane needs to stand up for herself and her mentor's interests. More
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Price: Free! USD

Words: 53,720
Language: English
ISBN: 9780473233563
About Camille Oster

I am about to release my eight novel, Sequence Effect and am working on the third book in the D'Arth Series, following on from the Gift. I live in New Zealand and I work on the railroad. No kidding. Actually I have a desk, from where I manage the safety systems. My love for Harry Potter is what drew me into writing and I haven't stopped since. I've only recently started writing original stories. I live with my partner, our five year old girl and our dog.

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Review by: zen on May 13, 2014 :
I didn't enjoy this book.
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Review by: mayna saunders on Sep. 13, 2013 :
A good simple read light hearted read. I thoroughly enjoyed it.
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Review by: Crystal Dawn on May 04, 2013 :
A corporate romance with a strong heroine who stands up to her man. Well worth the read.
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Review by: Tj McKinnon on April 25, 2013 :
There was great tension between the two main characters and even with Damon's character flaws, I still felt myself crushing on him. The only problem I had was with the ending, it felt a bit rushed and I wish there was more about them after they both decided to make a go of it.
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Review by: Dee A Mony on April 01, 2013 :
I absolutely loved this read and highly recommend it to any reader who loves corporate Romance. The heroine is strong in her softness, and I like the way she holds her ground despite the forceful nature of the male lead. The ending caught me a little by surprise as well but it was suitable for this particular tale --like it could not have happened any differently.
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