...DIVORCED, DEPARTED, SURVIVED.
Ruthless, devilishly handsome businessman Harry Rose is head of Rose Corporation, No. 18 on the Forbes rich list, and recently married to wife number six. But now, with his business in the spotlight and his love life under scrutiny, Harry's perfect world has the potential to come crashing to the ground.
From eighties young gun to noughties billionaire, there's a reason why Harry's many wives have found him impossible to resist. But behind the money, sex and glamour lies a truer tale of infidelity, conspiracy and lies . . .
Loosely based on the trials and tribulations of the most infamous historical playboy of them all, Henry VIII, this tale of glamour and serial monogamy will leave you wickedly entertained.
'A delicious read for anyone looking to sink into a big juicy story about love, lust, betrayal and other unfortunate consequences of the heart' Renee Rosen
Olivia Hayfield is the pen name of British author Sue Copsey. Sue is usually to be found in her office editing other people's books, while Olivia is likely to be in her writing hut at the bottom of the garden, wondering what well-known historical characters would be like if they were alive today.
Sue worked for several years as a press officer at London Zoo, and then became an editor at Dorling Kindersley UK. She and her husband later moved to New Zealand, where Sue continues to work in publishing. She is also the author of several children's books, including The Ghosts of Tarawera, which received a Notable Book Award from the Storylines Children's Literature Trust of New Zealand. Wife After Wife is her first adult novel.
Sue lives in Auckland with her husband and two children.
There's a reason why Harry's many wives have found him impossible to resist . . . brilliant! * Women's Way * This tale of glamour and serial monogamy will leave you deliciously entertained * Female.com.au * Olivia Hayfield has managed to reinvent the genre, endowing the old-fashioned bonkbuster with a fresh outlook and a clever twist * New Zealand Woman's Weekly * Olivia Hayfield has a lot of fun with her modern re-imagining of the Tudor King . . . you don't have to know your Catherine of Aragon or your Catherine Parr to enjoy this slick romantic romp, but if you do it's even more enjoyable * Australian Women's Weekly * What a brilliant wheeze. Such fun * Country Style * An ingenious concept with a perfect anti-hero and addictive plot - I loved it! This page-turner will delight both Tudorphiles and readers who love a dishy tellallabout rich people behaving badly * Booklist * Wife After Wife is a wickedly fun story torn from the pages of history, and reset in the glittering world of twenty-first century celebrity. It's a tale fit for a king -- in this case, one Henry Rose, modern media mogul, and the women who fill his life. It is an epic saga, with everything from budding romance to bitter betrayal, and corporate intrigue to crushing heartbreak. With engaging characters you can't help rooting for, Hayfield's novel is a must-read for fans of both historical and contemporary fiction -- kc dyer, author of <i>Finding Fraser</i> You don't have to be a Tudor aficionado to adore Wife After Wife, however, those in the know will be especially delighted with this modern-day retelling of the six wives of Henry VIII. For all others, Hayfield's clever novel is a delicious read for anyone looking to sink into a big juicy story about love, lust, betrayal and other unfortunate consequences of the heart -- Renee Rosen, bestselling author of <i>Park Avenue Summer</i>