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Play Dirty | [Sandra Brown]

Play Dirty

Griff Burkett has a multimillion-dollar contract with the Dallas Cowboys. But at the end of his football career, deep in debt, a crime kingpin offers him a chance to resolve his loans by throwing a game. Griff agrees, and walks into an FBI sting. After serving time, he finds only closed doors. Then he is summoned by eccentric millionaire Foster Speakman. Speakman, a recluse since a car accident left him crippled, is impotent. Deadly consequences ensue when he hires Burkett to impregnate his wife.
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Publisher's Summary

Deadly consequences ensue when an eccentric millionaire, crippled in a tragic accident, hires a fallen football hero (and ex-con) to impregnate his wife.

Griff Burkett was a school-of-hard-knocks kid, abandoned by his mother, adopted by his high-school football coach. Under his tutelage, Griff earned a scholarship to play college ball and then a multimillion-dollar contract with the Dallas Cowboys. Griff had a good heart, but his Achilles heel was his arrogance, and his gambling. At the end of his career, deep in debt, a local organized-crime kingpin offers him a chance to resolve his loans by throwing a game. Griff agrees, and walks straight into an FBI sting.

After serving time, Griff finds only closed doors. Then he is summoned to the mansion of eccentric millionaire airline owner Foster Speakman. Speakman, a recluse since a car accident left him crippled, is impotent. He offers Griff half a million dollars to impregnate his wife Laura, discreetly, and with manifold rules. One of which is, if Griff succeeds, he will leave town and never see his child as long as he lives.

Griff has few options. He's still hounded by Detective Stanley Rodarte, who organized the gambling sting, and seems set upon ruining Griff's life. Griff has little means of earning a living, no family, and few friends. So he agrees - only to quickly realize he's been set up.

©2007 Sandra Brown Management, Ltd; (P)2007 Simon and Schuster Inc

What the Critics Say

"The tension builds as lust, greed, pride, wrath and envy threaten to undo everyone in this tightly told tale of modern temptation." (Publishers Weekly)

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    Brittany 10-20-14
    Brittany 10-20-14 Member Since 2014
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    "Good but wanted more development"
    If you could sum up Play Dirty in three words, what would they be?

    Far-fetched, sexy, "beach read"


    What was the most interesting aspect of this story? The least interesting?

    Most interesting: The method by which Laura's husband insists upon for conception and the reasons for it
    Least interesting: Laura's husband's OCD


    What about Victor Slezak’s performance did you like?

    He is just such a great Sandra Brown narrator, especially because he doesn't make the women sound like weak damsels in distress. And he does a fabulous job making the main male character sound sexy.


    Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?

    Yes. And I nearly did. It was too short.


    Any additional comments?

    This book would have been much better if there had been more character development. It seemed rushed and almost too easy in the end.

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    Kristina Prospect, KY 12-16-07
    Kristina Prospect, KY 12-16-07 Member Since 2014
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    "Loved It!"

    I loved this book!! Listened to it twice! Very captivating story, interesting characters, great narration. Held my attention; hated to pause it! Highly recommend this read.

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