Vivian Must Die

by S. D. Lewis



Book Details

Language : English
Publication Date : 3/3/2020

Format : Softcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 698
ISBN : 9781490799926
Format : Hardcover
Dimensions : 6x9
Page Count : 698
ISBN : 9781490799933
Format : E-Book
Dimensions : N/A
Page Count : 698
ISBN : 9781490799940

About the Book

The last time the Johnson family were together all hell broke loose. Willie Mae informed her family that she was no longer the old maid just hoping some man, any man would pay her some attention but she let everyone especially her mother Vivian know that she had found love, true love with Dr. Harrington Wilson and she was his wife. Of course her mother thought it was just Willie Mae’s way of once again trying to upstage her younger sister Angie to get attention. It never even crossed Vivian’s mind to congratulate her oldest daughter and instead she tore her a new one by accusing her of being so desperate she would do anything to shine but no one shines more than her favorite daughter Angie. It didn’t take very long for Vivian to realize that she was the only one in the room with such a low opinion of Willie Mae. Angie and Darryl were happy for her. Her father Michael was a little disappointed that his eldest daughter had eloped but he was happy she was happy. He welcomed his new son-in law into the family. He even helped pack Willie Mae’s things together. When that day ended Vivian was left alone in her mansion with just her servants. Losing Willie Mae was something she had never thought about because in her mind Angie is the only child that she truly cared about and Michael still wanting the divorce only hardened her heart more. Vivian Must Die is the continuation of the story of the Johnson family with Vivian fighting as hard as she knows how to stop the divorce but when she realized that some things are beyond her control there were no limits she would not go to make everyone know she would not go down without a fight. She knew as long as she was Vivian Marie Johnson and she had a breath in her body she knew Michael could not resist her, would want her back and couldn’t live without her. That is until another woman with just as much beauty and sass made an entrance and took Michael’s focus off of Vivian once and for all. Get comfortable and sit back and prepare to get lost in the lives of all the wonderful and not so wonderful characters from the novel The Maid of Honor. You will laugh, you will cry, you will get angry, you will shout for joy and some of you may even sympathize with your most hater characters when you take a walk in their shoes. Vivian Must Die will tie up a lot of loose ends but don’t get too comfortable because when you think you have figured everyone out another surprise is around the corner.

About the Author

The Author S.D. Lewis is a southern girl raised up in a small country town name Wrens which is thirty three miles south of Augusta Georgia. Growing up in a small town with only one red light gave S.D. Lewis nothing but time to just sit and watch the grass grow and daydream about the days when she would one day travel the world but until that time her imagination was her greatest asset which helped her create an escape into the written word which turned her tiny world into a great place to reside. She is the author of the wonderfully written, top seller novel The Maid of Honor. This was not the first book she wrote but it is the first one published and it is the novel that set the stage for Vivian Must Die. S.D. Lewis did travel the world and raise a family of four, three sons and a daughter. She has been married twice, once for ten years and she is on her second marriage going on thirty years. She loves to read, write, listen to music and collect dolls. Her favorite book is The Temple of My Familiar by Alice Walker the author of The Color Purple. Her favorite foods are shrimp and Macaroni and cheese. Her favorite color is royal blue and her favorite place to visit is the beach. She loves children and she taught Pre-school for over eighteen years until she had to retire due to a liver disease. Her favorite time spent is with her grandchildren and hanging out with her best friend Barbara. When asked what she wanted to be when she grow up the answer was always the same “I want to be an author just like John Boy Walton” Even today in the far reaches of her mind she still hope that one day she will actually meet the young man that played that character (Richard Thomas) because she wonders if he knows how valuable he was to someone’s childhood watching him become exactly what he dreamed he would become gave her reason to believe she too could achieve her dream. She is working on her third novel which is the final novel in the three book series with the Johnson Family. Her future projects includes finishing a book she started over ten years ago about some of the entertaining and not so entertaining characters she grew up with and a family photo album of her amateur photography. When being interviewed for the Jefferson Reporter her hometown newspaper she was asked “ knowing all that you know today if you could go back in time what would you change?” S.D. looked away and her eyes begin to mist and she answers “ absolutely nothing.”