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Reviewed by Lisa Miller for Readers' Favorite
Sasha Jordan had very strict rules to live by when dating. The first one was never date anyone in the workplace. A previous relationship and previous employment strengthen her reserve to keep the rules.
She interviewed for a position with Presco Financial. This was the job she had dreamed about. She was interviewed by Chief Financial Officer (CFO) Dylan Matthews. Dylan was interested in Sasha's employment marketability as an asset to the company and hired Sasha, he was also interested in knowing her personally. The rules according to Sasha meant that Dylan was not the person with whom to begin a relationship. He’d already broken the first two rules on her list. Or will Sasha use her rules to ignore all of Dylan's interest?
This story is a very adult novel. The language was objectionable. I agree with Sasha that dating in the workplace is dangerous and foolish. While Sasha’s rules were a bit over the top, they made sense. The character of Dylan surprised me. He was a CEO and yet had no self control. By the time a person reaches that level in a Corporation they should have learned what is appropriate and inappropriate. Leaving that aside this is an entertaining book. The reader needs to keep in mind that Changing Rules is pure leisure not realism. This is the type of book I enjoy after a tough day at work. Combine a nice warm bubble bath with Changing the Rules and you have a delicious distraction.