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ISBN:0751514578
Author: Janet Dailey
ISBN13: 978-0751514575
Title: Rivals
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ePUB size: 1578 kb
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Language: English
Category: Contemporary
Publisher: Time Warner Paperbacks; New Ed edition (January 4, 1990)
Pages: 480

Rivals by Janet Dailey



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Author: Janet Dailey. Flame Morgan, the high-class VP of a San Francisco ad agency, is instantly attracted to Chance Stuart, a wealthy, powerful land developer. Chance romances her lavishly but withholds a damaging secret during their whirlwind courtship and quick marriage. Starting with the Oklahoma land rush, there has been bad blood between the Stuart and Morgan clans, but Chance has long desired Morgan’s Walk, a family estate that Flame has inherited. Flame believes that Chance only married her to get at Morgan’s Walk and blocks his land grab

Feb 01, 1989 – Instead of shrinking from cliches, Dailey rushes to embrace them with a fervor that brings passion and fun to the tale she spins, making the latest novel by the author of the bestselling Calder series a sure-fire winner for her fans. Flame Morgan, the blue-blooded, redheaded v-p of a San Francisco ad agency, is instantly attracted to Chance Stuart, a wealthy, powerful land developer.

Janet Anne Haradon Dailey was an American author of numerous romance novels as Janet Dailey (her married name). Born in 1944 in Storm Lake, Iowa, she attended secretarial school in Omaha, Nebraska before meeting her husband, Bill. Bill and Janet worked together in construction and land developme Janet Anne Haradon Dailey was an American author of numerous romance novels as Janet Dailey (her married name).

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Janet Dailey, who passed away in 2013, was born Janet Haradon in 1944 in Storm Lake, Iowa. She attended secretarial school in Omaha, Nebraska, before meeting her husband, Bill. The two worked together in construction and land development until they retired to travel throughout the United States, inspiring Janet to write the Americana series of romances, setting a novel in every state of the Union. In 1974, Janet Dailey was the first American author to write for Harlequin. Her first novel was No Quarter Asked.

A successful advertising executive with impeccable family connections, Flame Bennett had attracted Malcolm Powell as a powerful ally. As her mentor, he wanted to see her succeed. As a man, he wanted more of Flame than she was willing to give any man-until Chance Stuart walked into her life. A brash and powerful real-estate mogul, Chance was a man for whom no dream was too daring, no risk too dangerous. He was determined to have Flame Bennett-at any cost

Janet Anne Haradon Dailey (May 21, 1944 – December 14, 2013) was an American author of numerous romance novels as Janet Dailey (her married name). Dailey was both an author and entrepreneur. Janet Anne Haradon was born on May 21, 1944 in Storm Lake, Iowa to Boyd Clayton Haradon and Lena Louise (Zimmer) Haradon. She grew up in Iowa and graduated from high school in Independence, Iowa.

PUBLISHERS WEEKLYFlame Bennett was a successful advertising executive, who owed part of her success to her mentor Malcolm Powell. PUBLISHERS WEEKLY Flame Bennett was a successful advertising executive, who owed part of her success to her mentor Malcolm Powell.

Flame Morgan, the high-class VP of a San Francisco ad agency, is instantly attracted to Chance Stuart, a wealthy, powerful land developer. Chance romances her lavishly but withholds a damaging secret during their whirlwind courtship and quick marriage. Starting with the Oklahoma land rush, there has been bad blood between the Stuart and Morgan clans, but Chance has long desired Morgan's Walk, a family estate that Flame has inherited. Flame believes that Chance only married her to get at Morgan's Walk and blocks his land grab. The story throbs with Dailey's legendary mix of mystery, revenge, jet-set action, and red-hot sex-not to mention her tried-and-true formula for down-home color and sweet romance.
Reviews: 7
Paxondano
A very entertaining read. I had to order this book from Britain. It took its sweet time getting here, but it was well wroth the wait. I'm not sure Jilly Cooper has made much of a splash in the US, which is a shame, because this Brit author is a master of the arch social novel of the upper class manners and UK media. The characters are very intelligent, very cultured, and capable of being very bitchy in the way that (one imagines) only upper-class Brits can be. Though the situations are a little unfamiliar to the American reader -- the plot revolves around a battle over the license for a television network (or stations, frankly, I'm not sure) it's nothing you can't suss out, and the business details are incidental to the backstabbing, affairs, and rivalries. "Rivals" is circa 1988, but it didn't strike me as dated as a novel about contemporary American from that period might; perhaps this is one instance where unfamiliarity with the local terms of engagement helps a bit. "Rivals" is second in the 10-book Rutshire Chronicles series, which stretch from 1995 to 2016. I shall read more, even if I have to wait for the books to ship from overseas. Fun stuff.
Doukree
While Riders is still my favorite book, I am incredibly pleased with Rivals. Having great characters like Rupert Campbell-Black and Billy Lloyd-Fox back, and with the introduction of racy, sexy new characters, this is a book you won't be able to put down.
The book reads fast, involves the reader right away and makes you want to follow these characters throught the rest of Ms. Coopers novels.
I highly recommend.
Nalmergas
I thoroughly enjoy reading this book. It is not intellectual but the characters are fun and believable.
Deorro
Easy light fun summer reading. Well written and great interesting characters. No problem following with interruptions, highly recommend for a trip to the beach. Enjoy!
Doomblade
This is one of my favorite Jilly Cooper novels as it's the one where Rupert meets Taggie. All of the other characters are great as usual, but, the O'Hara family is definitely 'dyslexic' as a whole.

I met Jilly Cooper for the lst time traveling in Ireland almost 20 years ago and have been a huge fan of hers ever since. I am on my second reading through all of her books, this time on my kindle, so I can refer back to Rutshire history whenever I need to! Great writer and wonderful stories and characters. I'm eagerly awaiting another book!
Fearlessrunner
keeping in mind that Jilly wrote this book years ago in an age without internet and mobile phones, it is still a wonderful story.
VariesWent
Janet stories always keeps me reading to see what is going to happen next
Great escapism is to be found in this book - I thoroughly enjoyed it. A great saga with easy reading.