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Wednesday, January 18, 2012

"Waiting On" Wednesday: The Great Escape

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  • "The Great Escape" by Susan Elizabeth Phillips
    Expected Publication Released Date: July 10, 2012

    A Note About the Book from the Author:
      Dear Readers,

      I’m so glad you’ve come to visit. If you’ve read one of my books, you already know quite a bit about me, but here’s what I know about you... You have a great sense of humor. You believe life is stressful enough without having to read depressing novels. You love a good love story, but you want a little extra, too. A tear. A laugh. A sigh. A sense of recognition. You’ve come to the right place, and I hope you enjoy your visit

      As all of you who’ve read "Call Me Irresistible" know, Ted Beaudine’s bride, Lucy Jorik (from "First Lady") runs away from her wedding at the very beginning of the book. (No spoiler.) We never see her again and—I know that’s sort of rotten—but I had good intentions. I originally planned to include Lucy’s story as part of "Call Me Irresistible," but it quickly became evident that this was a woman who needed her very own book...and her very own man.

      For better or worse, she has it!

      "The Great Escape"
      On Sale in hardback
      July 10, 2012

      Meet the mysteriously sinister man named...Panda.

      He had too long black hair that curled past his collar, cold blue eyes set above high cheekbones, and sadistic lips. After so many years of Secret Service protection, Lucy had grown used to taking her safety for granted, but she didn’t feel safe now, and the fact that she dimly recognized the biker as a guest at last night’s rehearsal dinner—one of Ted’s odd assortment of friends—didn’t exactly reassure her. Even semi-cleaned up in a dark suit that didn’t fit well, a rumpled white shirt open at the collar, and motorcycle boots that appeared to have received nothing more than a dusting, he didn’t look like anybody she wanted to meet in an alley. Exactly where she happened to be...

      Happy reading, Susan

      [For more on this note please check out her website]

    My Previous Review(s) for this Author : Ain't She Sweet | What I Did for Love | Nobody's Baby But Mine | Honey Moon | Dream a Little Dream | Lady Be Good | Just Imagine | Hot Shot

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