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by Suzanne Forster

ePub Lord of Lightning (Loveswept, No 449) download
Author:
Suzanne Forster
ISBN13:
978-0553440874
ISBN:
055344087X
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Publisher:
Bantam Books; 1st Printing edition (December 1, 1990)
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Subcategory:
Contemporary
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Rating:
4.5
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530

Suzanne Forster, Suzanne H. Foster. Mr Lonelyhearts (Silhouette Romance, No 519). WILD HONEY (Loveswept, No 314).

Suzanne Forster, Suzanne H.

A Biography of Suzanne Forster. The children SAW IT first. Lise stared in disbelief as a tiny arc of green lightning connected their fingers. Spiky and white-hot, it was visible even in the harsh glare of the store lights. Good Lord, she breathed, realizing that the spark couldn’t have come from the transformer. It wasn’t plugged in! Seemingly endless seconds flashed by before Lise had the presence of mind to pull her hand away. She had no idea how much time had actually elapsed. The entire incident played like a horror movie scene in slow motion.

When a mysterious stranger arrives in Shady Trees, things go quickly awry: clocks stop, small children insist they’ve spotted UFOs, and the prim and proper schoolteacher begins indulging in abduction fantasies. One night in quiet, bucolic Shady Trees, two children witness a startling occurrence: A giant silver figure engulfed in green light emerges from the darkness before them, picks up a dead bird, and brings it back to life. The next day at school, Miss Lise Anderson hears her students buzzing about the sighting and dismisses it as a childish rumor.

Lord of Lightning book. Mass Market Paperback, Loveswept, No 449, 199 pages. Published December 1st 1990 by Bantam Books. 055344087X (ISBN13: 9780553440874).

She might even have decided to shop on another day. At another hardware store. rs and rheostats, just two of the high-tech gizmos she needed for her class’s science project the next day. She was wondering how in the world she was going to teach twenty rambunctious summer school students to build a model metrorail when she had trouble telling a monkey wrench from a pair of duckbill pliers.

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Open Road Integrated Media LLC (2011). This ebook features an illustrated biography of Suzanne Forster including rare photos from the author’s personal collection. When a mysterious stranger arrives in Shady Trees, things go quickly awry: clocks stop, small children insist they’ve spotted UFOs, and the prim and proper schoolteacher begins indulging in abduction fantasies. Lord of Lightning Suzanne Forster.

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When geologist Stephen Gage collides with schoolteacher Lise Anderson, the sparks they feel flying between them are only a hint of the passion and rapture to come
  • This one left me a bit confused.

    I give credit to the Loveswept line, that really did have some great unique category romance stories. This one is no exception. Is it paranormal, is it science fiction, is it small town romance. I think maybe it tried to be a bit much all at once and then I was a bit let down I guess.

    But it is certainly a memorable story. A bit flowery but not just going over that purple line.

    I did really enjoy it though overall. I don't think there is much contemporary stuff out there with these touches of other sub genres.

    ** read September 2013

  • I thought the ending was a little abrupt, and I was confused throughout the book, but that was because I thought I new where the plot was going. Man was I wrong. I expected some other worldly story, but Forster kept it mostly on Earth. It was certainly and interesting read.

  • A very entertaining story of real aliens living among us or so the children of Shady Tree says; well that is what the folks of the San Bernardino Mountains believe as well. While shopping in the Tools `R Us Hardware Store Lise Anderson meets the man who will change her life forever. While collecting supplies to enter a science fair Lise runs into Stephen Gage literately. Stephen appears to have mythical powers that keep the good folks of Shady Tree guessing. Stephen needs an advocate when artifacts began disappearing and Lise proves to be just that for him. Now she will need to make him trust that she can be more to him than just an advocate of justice. Suzanne Foster has outdone herself with this one. It was an easy read kept me guessing and a true love story. I enjoyed this book very much and will be adding it to my keepers list.

  • Reader beware: this book was originally published in 1990 as Loveswept, No 449. Random House is "repacking" these books from the late 80s / 1990s and re-releasing them as e-books.
    Despite the effort to update the books, this story is still dated. The writing is weak and the dialogue between the characters borders on silly. It's a very typical Harlequin / Silhouette book. Even the potential of a paranormal storyline couldn't make this book exciting. It's not bad; it's just not great.
    Disclaimer: I received the Kindle book in exchange for my honest review.

  • Book Blurb -
    When a mysterious stranger arrives in Shady Trees, things go quickly awry: clocks stop, small children insist they've spotted UFOs, and the prim and proper schoolteacher begins indulging in abduction fantasies
    One night in quiet, bucolic Shady Trees, two children witness a startling occurrence: A giant silver figure engulfed in green light emerges from the darkness before them, picks up a dead bird, and brings it back to life. The next day at school, Miss Lise Anderson hears her students buzzing about the sighting and dismisses it as a childish rumor. Then she encounters handsome geologist, Stephen Gage. Unable to ignore the electricity coursing between them, the buttoned-up Lise seeks out the stranger.
    When two precious artifacts go missing from the town museum, locals accuse Gage. Lise emerges as his only advocate. Is her attraction to him clouding her judgment? After Gage arrives at her home unexpectedly during a storm, and takes her against her will to the hills, she realizes she's begun a risky erotic game with a man as dangerous as he is desirable.
    This ebook features an illustrated biography of Suzanne Forster including rare photos from the author's personal collection.

    Cover & Title - 3 out of 5
    Favorite Line - "Well, if he decides to take another shot at impregnating this earth woman," Lise said sardonically, "I hope he doesn't know me out first."
    Favorite Character - Lise

    I must admit throughout almost the entire book i was intrigued but at the same time befuddled. Even though i have just finished the book i am still unsure of what i have just read. I have been left with many questions & few answers. I actually found the story quite gripping, maybe it was the constant feeling of disarray? I do not know what hooked me on the story but something did. It was a very strange book but i liked it.

    I theme songed this book, Live - Lightning Crashes.. its fitting :)