Summer Madness

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    IGNOU M.Com Study Material, IGNOU Books, Free Download paced television career, and to three colleagues who come to dominate her new life All of them play a role in Corrie s search for love and success One of them intends Corrie s ultimate destruction From the Trade Paperback editionDanny, the actress, with her sensual beauty and impossible temper, soon has the eligible men of the Riviera chasing her, Louisa, the scriptwriter on the rebound from a broken love affair, finds herself and drawn to the mysterious Jake Mallory While Sarah, the producer, just wants to hang out and have funBut they quickly discover that the sparkle of Riviera life conceals a dark presence that pulls them all into a game no one can win And when mayhem and madness begin to stalk them, to their terror they find that there is no way out."/>
  • Paperback
  • 471
  • Summer Madness
  • Susan Lewis
  • English
  • 11 March 2017
  • 0749320559

About the Author: Susan Lewis

Summer Madness PDF ´ Paperback summer free, madness ebok, Summer MadnessSummer Madness Epub 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.


Summer MadnessSummer Madness PDF ´ Paperback summer free, madness ebok, Summer MadnessSummer Madness Epub Corrie Browne is an ordinary girl with extraordinary ambitions Determined to find the father she has never known, her search takes her from her quiet Suffolk village to a new life in London, a fast paced television career, and to three colleagues who come to dominate her new life All of them play a role in Corrie s search for love and success One of them intends Corrie s ultimate destruction From the Trade Paperback editionDanny, the actress, with her sensual beauty and impossible temper, soon has the eligible men of the Riviera chasing her, Louisa, the scriptwriter on the rebound from a broken love affair, finds herself and drawn to the mysterious Jake Mallory While Sarah, the producer, just wants to hang out and have funBut they quickly discover that the sparkle of Riviera life conceals a dark presence that pulls them all into a game no one can win And when mayhem and madness begin to stalk them, to their terror they find that there is no way out.

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10 thoughts on “Summer Madness

  1. Elaine says:

    Out of all the Susan Lewis books I have read so far, I have to say this is the one I have liked the least and on reflection, if it had been the first of hers that I had read, I doubt whether I would have gone on to read another It is a sizzling sexy story set in the millionaires playground of the South of France with three young women enjoying a lazy, relaxing summer break That is, until they find themselves being drawn into a world of deception, intrigue, danger and double dealings At nearl Out of all the Susan Lewis books I have read so far, I have to say this is the one I have liked the least and on reflection, if it had been the first of hers that I had read, I doubt whether I would have gone on to read another It is a sizzling sexy story set in the millionaires playground of the South of France with three young women enjoying a lazy, relaxing summer break That is, until they find themselves being drawn into a world of deception, intrigue, danger and double dealings At nearly 500 pages it is a long read and, in theory, would make an ideal page turner of a beach road but I just found it quite boring on the whole Over the first three quarters of the book the story seems to develop by way of accusations and counter accusations so many in fact that at one point I forgot what exactly all the accusations were about It doesn t really start to get interesting at all until the last 100 pages or so It is an over the top plot which I don t usually mind in an escapist read, but this one does go too far over and just turns out to be a very silly read all round Having said all that, it hasn t put me off reading her books I have still got another three or four in my TBR pile and hopefully this was just a one off dud Finally, I have to comment on the cover a pretty, young girl staring into the camera nice enough, but it doesn t bear any relation to the story at all It is not the first time I have noticed this about one of her books and it just makes me wonder why

  2. Sharon Metcalf says:

    It s funny how expectations work I d read a number of Susan Lewis books before this one and so I felt I knew how she wrote and to a certain extent thought I knew what to expect I ve recommended some of her other works to friends and simply expected this would be equally as enjoyable So it was quite a surprise to discover this book was most unlike any of the others I d read to date Initially it felt like I was reading a Jackie Collins novel or something of that ilk As the story progressed it It s funny how expectations work I d read a number of Susan Lewis books before this one and so I felt I knew how she wrote and to a certain extent thought I knew what to expect I ve recommended some of her other works to friends and simply expected this would be equally as enjoyable So it was quite a surprise to discover this book was most unlike any of the others I d read to date Initially it felt like I was reading a Jackie Collins novel or something of that ilk As the story progressed it felt like a thriller not that I ve read too many of those Honestly I didnt have a clue who was lying and who could be trusted.and really, I suppose that was the intention because it was precisely that environment the characters found themselves in Whereas I am normally very engaged with the characters in a Susan Lewis novel and enjoy her portrayals of everyday people, in this case I was not particularly taken by the characters and in some cases I actively disliked them Perhaps there are people who live the way these characters did but they were so far removed from my reality that the book just didn t do it for me I think in this case I possibly could ve judged the book by its cover Not only did the picture look dated but the description Racy Blockbuster on the cover should ve been a pretty big hint Anyway, it had to be read as I had chosen Susan Lewis as my author for the Q2 challenge and this was my letter S book It was certainly readable but I would steer away from others of this vintage in preference to herrecent books So, in all fairness I can t rate this onethan 3 stars

  3. Roz says:

    Couldn t put this book down Read it in two days, and that s quick by my standards Full of twists and keeps you turning the pages for .

  4. Kaye Dil says:

    A surprisingly good read the suspense and intrigue engulfed me in ways I couldn t imagine what mattered most the ending I hoped for

  5. MRS S WELLS says:

    Excellent read lots of twists and turns.

  6. Shannon Mitchell says:

    Loved this Susan Lewis book Couldn t put it down, needed to know the ending and was quite surprised.

  7. Tracy Barrall says:

    When two people are telling you conflicting stories who do you believe Consuela the very rich widow who never leaves her house or Jake the scar faced gruff of a thug whose stare alone can do damage This is the dilemma for Sarah, Louisa and Danny, three friends who spend a summer together soaking up the sun in the south of France when their TV show comes to an end They get caught up in the battle between these two people and the three friends choose very different sides..

  8. Ramona Frandes says:

    I ve read it while I was on my summer holiday and I must say now after coming back I felt like I ve lived two holidays It absorbed me for hours Perfect title and perfect moment to read it I was a bit upset and disappointed about how life treated Jake and Louisa but I guess this is actually how it happens in real life I was a bit shaken by all the intrigues and the pure evil that surrounded them and also about how Jake felt in the end..

  9. Kat says:

    As others have mentioned this book is a slow read for the first 75% of the book I found the relationships between the 3 main characters who are supposedly friends to be tiresome and far fetched One of the 3 is a self absorbed attention wh ore and a horrible friend, in my opinion The fact that the other 2 level minded friends would put up with her backstabbing and shenanigans is hard to believe and made me frustrated.

  10. Jody says:

    This book description does not match the book I read called Summer Madness by Susan Lewis But here s my review on the one I read about 3 girls who go on a 6mth holiday in France after their successful TV Series reached its end For a cheap 3.50 from KMart this truly surprised me It had it all Romance, sexy, mystery, murders, twists struggled to put it down towards the end This book description does not match the book I read called Summer Madness by Susan Lewis But here s my review on the one I read about 3 girls who go on a 6mth holiday in France after their successful TV Series reached its end For a cheap 3.50 from KMart this truly surprised me It had it all Romance, sexy, mystery, murders, twists struggled to put it down towards the end