The Great Escape

THE GREAT ESCAPE                                 SUSAN ELIZABETH PHILLIPS
Posted: June 30, 2013

The Great Escape (Wynette, Texas, #7)The Great Escape

Where do you run to when your life has fallen apart?

Lucy Jorik is a champ at never embarrassing the family she adores—not surprising since her mother is one of the most famous women in the world. But now Lucy has done just that. And on her wedding day, no less, to the most perfect man she's ever known.

Instead of saying "I do" to Mr. Irresistible, Lucy flees the church in an ill-fitting blue choir robe and hitches a ride on the back of a beat-up motorcycle plastered with offensive bumper stickers. She's flying into the unknown with a rough-looking, bad-tempered stranger who couldn't be more foreign to her privileged existence.

While the world searches for her, Lucy must search for herself, and she quickly realizes that her customary good manners are no defense against a man who's raised rudeness to an art form. Lucy needs to toughen up—and fast.

Her great escape takes her to his rambling beach house on a Great Lakes island. Here, she hopes to find a new direction . . . and unlock the secrets of this man who knows so much about her but reveals nothing about himself. As the hot summer days unfold amid scented breezes and sudden storms, she'll also encounter a beautiful, troubled beekeeper; a frightened young boy; a modern-day evil queen; and a passion that could change her life forever.

In this dazzling follow-up to her New York Times bestseller Call Me Irresistible, Susan Elizabeth Phillips tells the funny, touching, enchanting story of a young woman searching for her destiny . . . and of a damaged man who doesn't believe in second chances.


MY REVIEW:

I had no idea who Panda was until the airport.  I just loved all the messed up characters but at the same time it was hard to follow what the heck was going on sometimes. The whole what's on first who's on second routine. The characters themselves were great. To see them unfold was so much fun. Like Big Mike. I loved how he wore his love for Bree on his sleeves & how he love Toby so very much. I loved how Susan addressed PTSD & how each person has to find the treatment that is best for them but to come forward with it because support is so important & freeing. This book has a lot of twist & turns. Could it really happen not likely but that is why it is called fiction.

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