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Lucy Jorik is a champ at never embarrassing her family—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.
Instead of saying "I do," Lucy flees 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.
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. Here, she hopes to find a new direction . . . and to unlock the secrets of this man who knows so much about her. 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.
I didn't enjoy this book as much as most of the older SEP novels. It moved a little too slow & Lucy was a little too odd imp but overall it was still a great book, just not one of... Read morePublished 23 days ago by Sara B.
Great characters, good story line, funny,and hard to put down. It moved along quickly with a lot of surprises and never got boringPublished 1 month ago by Ann
Susan Elizabeth Phillips always comes out with a winner. I like how other characters from previous books make an appearance.Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
While this is not my favorite Phillips book, it may be just because the hero isn't my type and I never connected to him. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Girl in the Green Bathrobe
A nice blend of action, romance and emotional angst. I picked up the story of Ted and Meg and couldn't wait to read Lucy's story.Published 3 months ago by Jennifer Bartlett
I have many books written by Susan Elizabeth Phillips and I would have to say this was not near as good as all of the others. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Lori Darrow
Good, entertaining story. Only criticism is that it might be a tad too long. Story could easily end 20 pages earlier than it does.Published 4 months ago by C. Royall