RUMOUR HAS IT.
Discover the dark love story dripping in glamour and scandalous family secrets that's been described as 'A MUST-READ for 2022' . . .
*Loosely based on one of history's greatest unsolved mysteries - the Princes in the Tower - and the royal enigma that was Richard III*
EVERYONE WANTS TO BE FAMOUS
Everyone has heard of the Snows. Belle, world-famous singer of Woodville fame. Her husband Teddy, acclaimed actor by day, notorious party animal by night. Their children: Emma, Pearl, Crystal, Elfred and River.
EVERYONE EXCEPT EMMA SNOW
Emma Snow wants three things in the world: to become a writer, own a cat, and never think about Rowan Bosworth again. Darkly handsome with a tragic past, Emma should know better than to be in love with him. She's never sure whether he actually likes her, or if she's just a pawn in one of the twisted games he likes to play.
EMMA SNOW WANTS TO BE EXCEPTIONAL
One Valentine's Day, a terrible event occurs which rips the Snow family apart. Determined to uncover the truth, Emma is forced to delve into the dark underbelly of her celebrity family - and once and for all decide whether to think with her heart or her head . .
When you're surrounded by rumours, it's difficult to see the truth . . .
The perfect racy, pacy must-read for 2022, Notorious is perfect for fans of Danielle Steele, Melanie Blake, Louise Bagshawe, Tasmina Perry and Penny Vincenzi . . .
Believe the rumours - EVERYONE is talking about Olivia Hayfield's NOTORIOUS!
'Rich people behaving badly' Booklist
'Ingenious and addictive' Francesca Hornak
'A delicious read' 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.
Sue lives in Auckland with her husband and two children.
A rattling good contemporary love/detective story which people will enjoy on many different levels