Wildfire

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  • Paperback
  • 608 pages
  • Wildfire
  • Susan Lewis
  • English
  • 15 September 2019
  • 0099517795

About the Author: Susan Lewis

Librarian Note There isthan one author in the Goodreads database with this nameBorn in , in Bristol, my father was a Welsh miner, a poet, an engineer and a thinker My mother was one of children who, at , persuaded my father to spend his bonus on an engagement ring instead of a motorbike We were a normal, happy, nuclear family, living in a spanking new council house on the outskirts of town my mother s pride and joy But we were going to do better, my mother had made up her mind about that My father, an unabashed communist, was writing a book, I was signed up for ballet, elocution, piano and eventually a private boarding school, and my brother, the real great love of my mother s life was going to succeed at everything he set his mind toI was and my brother when my mother died of cancer She was , my father was , and he never married againI went to the boarding school, a rogue little pupil in amongst all the posh girls, with their plummy voices, rich parents and exotic tales of faraway places I yearned for my mother and father, but it was for the best, I was told My father couldn t bring me up on his own However, I believed he could, and because no one would listen to my pleas for freedom, I took it upon myself to get expelled It took a while, and I had rather a fabulous time achieving it, and by the time I was thirteen I was back in our little council house with my father and brotherThe teenage years are too painful to go intoWhen I was I got a job at HTV in Bristol, and at I moved to London to work for Thames I began as a secretary in news and current affairs, then trained as a production assistant and moved on to light entertainment and drama It was a love of drama, combined with a fierce ambition, that got me knocking on the Controller s door to ask what steps to take to become a producer Oh, go away and write something, came the reply So I did books later, my only regret is that none of them have yet made it to the screen I left TV eighteen years ago to do the novelist thing of buying a house with a swimming pool in the South of France Bliss For the first summer After that came a disastrous love affair with one of the FBI s most wanted, the plunge of the pound, and the dawning realization that life full time in France was very, very different to a two week holiday frolicking around on millionaire s yachts on the sunny Riviera Sure it was glamorous, and the yachts along with the interesting people all came back in the summer, but the endless months in between were not far short of hell So, off to sunny California and Hollywood After equipping myself with a Mercedes estate for my beloved dogs Casanova and Floozie, a home in the hills complete with pool and perfect sunsets every night, I set about completing the obstacle course of cowboy agents, big talking producers and wannabe directors Once I realised that Hollywood was NOT waiting for me, I put the struggle behind me and from thereon life in Tinsel Town became just plain thrilling From star studded screenings and glitzy parties, to moonlit dinners on the beach and edgy nightclubs, it was the perfect town to be single George Clooney was my neighbour, Jennifer Anniston, Charlize Theron and Julianne Moore shopped in the same places, Nick Cage was a guest at my house, and Steve Martin was a regular on our dog walks Romances flourished and faded, some dreams came true and others were crushed After seven happy years of taking the best from Hollywood and avoiding the rest, I had to face up to the fact that I was losing touch with being English I needed a fix of my own country, so once again my dogs and I were on the move We returned to Wiltshire for two years where making the adjustment from Manolo Blahniks to Wellies, cocktails at sunset to nights in by the fire, and noglittery invites to liven up the mail proved too crushing for a s.


Wildfire❮PDF / Epub❯ ☁ Wildfire Author Susan Lewis – Johndore.co.uk Everything in Rhiannon s life is perfect Her career is on the up and Oliver, the great love of her life, has just asked her to marry him The future couldn t look betterBut their married bliss soon sta Everything in Rhiannon s life is perfect Her career is on the up and Oliver, the great love of her life, has just asked her to marry him The future couldn t look betterBut their married bliss soon starts to evaporate when Oliver s power crazed boss decides that Rhiannon is an unsuitable wife And when American billionaire Max Romanov, engaged to supermodel Galina Casimir, turns his charm on her, Rhiannon is overcome by the intensity of her feelings for this enigmatic man who proves to be a challenge too hard to resistUntil the web of passion becomes and tangled and threatens to destroy a love that consumes like Wildfire.

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10 thoughts on “Wildfire

  1. Elaine says:

    First published in 1997, this is a real tv mini series of a read Only, if this had been made into a three parter it would have to have been either very heavily edited or shown way after the watershed this story is stuffed full of graphic sex A story of the fabulously wealthy, rich and powerful loaded with betrayals, counter betrayals, revenge and retribution I was hooked The characters, for the most part, are all gorgeous and randy as anything with the morals of alley cats if Armani sol First published in 1997, this is a real tv mini series of a read Only, if this had been made into a three parter it would have to have been either very heavily edited or shown way after the watershed this story is stuffed full of graphic sex A story of the fabulously wealthy, rich and powerful loaded with betrayals, counter betrayals, revenge and retribution I was hooked The characters, for the most part, are all gorgeous and randy as anything with the morals of alley cats if Armani sold knickers with rip cords, they would wear them as they hopped their way from bed to bed to kitchen table.The plot itself is way over the top, deliciously so in fact It is pure escapism as it twists and turns Every few pages I found myself gasping I can t believe he she said did that.I really loved this sexy soap opera of a read I think it appealed to the part of me that loves to watch programmes like Dallas and Revenge Warning though the sex is graphic and there is lots of it, so if that is not your cup of tea then you might find yourself skipping pages

  2. Karen Jarvis says:

    Lots of lose ends.

  3. Susan says:

    Passion lots of it , betrayal, intrigue, violence, a high life monied background across several continents At the beginning I appreciated the different setting of a film crew on an African safari, but by page 30 we were in the midst of a very explicit sex scene not even involving the lead character Rhiannon Are there really people out there like Oliver and Max and all their plotting, double crossing and machinations Only Lizzie seemed to me likeable I got bored as the scene changed to the Passion lots of it , betrayal, intrigue, violence, a high life monied background across several continents At the beginning I appreciated the different setting of a film crew on an African safari, but by page 30 we were in the midst of a very explicit sex scene not even involving the lead character Rhiannon Are there really people out there like Oliver and Max and all their plotting, double crossing and machinations Only Lizzie seemed to me likeable I got bored as the scene changed to the USA and skipped pages, but the book did generally hold my interest as I wanted to find out how on earth it ended and by then I was evenunconvinced by the plots and the characters Not a book for me, though I can see its appeal to anyone wanting a racy, blockbuster read

  4. Sue says:

    Rhiannon has a wonderful boyfriend, a great career, and wonderful friends Perhaps there are a few strange things going on with her boyfriend Oliver, and she hasn t really had enough time for her best friend Lizzy lately but as the story starts, she s working on a TV programme in an African bush safari and life seems good Then things start to go wrong There s a lot of suspense, but none of it too unpleasant, and the ending is satisfying enough The writing is good, the subplots work well to Rhiannon has a wonderful boyfriend, a great career, and wonderful friends Perhaps there are a few strange things going on with her boyfriend Oliver, and she hasn t really had enough time for her best friend Lizzy lately but as the story starts, she s working on a TV programme in an African bush safari and life seems good Then things start to go wrong There s a lot of suspense, but none of it too unpleasant, and the ending is satisfying enough The writing is good, the subplots work well together, and the characters, if caricatured, were mostly believable Alas, the book was badly let down by some highly explicit scenes one of wildlife violence, and worse several bedroom episodes with far too much detail I was particularly disgusted by one early in the book that was entirely superfluous and made me feel slightly ill even though I skipped actually reading most of it It was so bad that I almost gave up reading the book. and knew that it was not one I could recommend or lend to anyone A pity, because without the explicit over detailed scenes, I would have enjoyed this very much

  5. Katherine says:

    I truly do not know what to make of this book I don t know what shelf it should go on nor do I know how to rate it so I m going to give it three stars Wellfirst I would like to state that this book should be retitled Homewrecker I have never read a book where so much of this happened SecondJesus, I really don t know This book was strange, twisted, and demented And I think I enjoyed it I couldn t put it down, to say the least But I truly don t know if I liked it.This book has left I truly do not know what to make of this book I don t know what shelf it should go on nor do I know how to rate it so I m going to give it three stars Wellfirst I would like to state that this book should be retitled Homewrecker I have never read a book where so much of this happened SecondJesus, I really don t know This book was strange, twisted, and demented And I think I enjoyed it I couldn t put it down, to say the least But I truly don t know if I liked it.This book has left me baffled

  6. Nicola says:

    My mum lent me her copy of this book and it sat around my house for months, until it was the only thing left to read I was always put off by the cover I had a mass production version but it is a brilliant book, I read many books a year, and although I read this one about 2 years ago, I still think its one of my favourites ever I always think about the story and how great it was Would recommend to anyone how loves romance.

  7. Lisa says:

    Rhiannon marries Oliver a diamond dealer but the marriage breaks down when he goes against his boss Her best friend Lizzy finds her man on safari Billionaire max whom everyone believes killed his wife marries supermodel Galina who has issue from childhood Max and Rhiannon meet and they can t stay away from each other.sex scenes are too long and far fetched storyline

  8. Moodycat says:

    This is not a bad Susan Lewis offering It has all the right ingredients for a juicy book about love, lies and confusion I found it lacked slightly on realism and I didn t completely buy into the story but enjoyable all the same.

  9. Jeanette says:

    I usually enjoy reading Susan Lewis, but struggled to get through Wildfire I cannot put my finger on why, but the amount of sex scenes didn t help As much as I didn t enjoy this book, I am looking forward to reading a couple of other books that I have in my book case.

  10. NatalyaVqs says:

    Well written, lots of AMAZING sex scenes, quick and entangling plot, far fetched but action packed Great vacation read The baddies are glamorous and bad Reminded me of Jilly Cooper s Pandora, very wicked.