The Great Escape

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Lucy Jorik is a champ at not 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. Instead of saying "I do" to the most perfect man she's ever known, Lucy flees the church and hitches a ride on the back of a beat-up motorcycle with a rough-looking stranger who couldn't be more foreign to her privileged existence. At his beach house on a Great Lakes island, Lucy hopes to find a new direction . . . and unlock the secrets of a man who ...

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Overview

Lucy Jorik is a champ at not 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. Instead of saying "I do" to the most perfect man she's ever known, Lucy flees the church and hitches a ride on the back of a beat-up motorcycle with a rough-looking stranger who couldn't be more foreign to her privileged existence. At his beach house on a Great Lakes island, Lucy hopes to find a new direction . . . and unlock the secrets of a man who reveals nothing about himself. But as the hot summer days unfold amid scented breezes and sudden storms, she discovers a passion that could change her life forever.

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Whether her last name is Obama or Bush, the daughter of a president or former president lives under all too much scrutiny; they often long for the great escape. In the case of impetuous Lucy Jorik, her restlessness already manifested in her leaving her hunky fiancé at the altar. Now her rebelliousness resurfaces when she takes off, straddling the back of a motorcycle driven by a handsome complete stranger. Susan Elizabeth Phillips' latest romance taps emotions that we all share.

Publishers Weekly
Phillips (Call Me Irresistible) reintroduces Lucy Jorikin in this delightful, if initially somewhat slow, romance. As a former U.S. president's adopted daughter, Lucy feels the pressure to be perfect. But when Lucy runs out on the perfect man, Ted Beaudine, on the day of her wedding, she shows that she wants something else. Throwing caution to the wind, she accepts a ride on the back of a motorcycle from a menacing-looking stranger nicknamed "Panda." Lucy isn't quite ready to face her family, and the rest of the world, again, and her growing attraction to the grizzled biker just makes it easier to keep her real life on hold. After a secret about Panda comes out, however, Lucy realizes that escaping her too-perfect life will be harder than it seemed. Readers may be impatient during the beginning and unconvinced by aspects of the ending, but with two such hot leads, a few flaws can easily be overlooked. (July)
Booklist
"With her latest flawlessly written romance, Phillips delivers the kind of complex, realistically complicated characters and richly emotional love story her fans have come to expect. Fueled with incendiary sexual chemistry, and deliciously witty, The Great Escape is another jewel from one of the genre’s most incandescent stars."
Chicago Tribune
Phillips’ signature mix of complicated characters, sexual chemistry and emotionally compelling writing is irresistible.
Booklist (starred review)
“With her latest flawlessly written romance, Phillips delivers the kind of complex, realistically complicated characters and richly emotional love story her fans have come to expect. Fueled with incendiary sexual chemistry, and deliciously witty, The Great Escape is another jewel from one of the genre’s most incandescent stars.”
Jayne Ann Krentz
“No one tops Susan Elizabeth Phillips”
People
“...intelligent, funny and hot enough to make you sigh.”
People
“...intelligent, funny and hot enough to make you sigh.”
Library Journal
In last year's Call Me Irresistible (a New York Times best seller, of course), Lucy Jorik—dutiful daughter of the former President of the United States—left picture-perfect Ted Beaudine at the altar. Here Lucy is looking for adventure—by climbing on when a bad-boy stranger offers her a ride on his motorcycle. With a one-day laydown on July 10, a 250,000-copy first printing, and an eight-city author tour; essential where romances are read.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780062106063
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 7/10/2012
  • Pages: 432
  • Sales rank: 1,188,682
  • Product dimensions: 6.38 (w) x 9.12 (h) x 1.43 (d)

Meet the Author

Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Susan Elizabeth Phillips is the only four-time recipient of the Romance Writers of America’s prestigious Favorite Book of the Year Award. A resident of the Chicago suburbs, Phillips is also a hiker, a gardener, a reader, a wife, and the mother of two grown sons.

Biography

Susan Elizabeth Phillips believes if Jane Austen were writing today, novels like Pride and Prejudice would be sitting on the bookshelf alongside the love stories that she and her fellow romance novelists pen. "Oh, and one more thing," she said, wagging her finger at a Chicago Tribune reporter in 1999, "Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy should have kissed at the end of that story, and if I'd have written it, they would have -- and it would have been a good kiss, too."

Such sass is Phillips' calling card, and since her 1994 football romance It Had to Be You, she’s been stitching threads of humor into her romance novels.

"I'm not a particularly funny person in person. I can't tell jokes, but it just seems like it happened when I started to write," she told The Romance Reader in 1997. "It wasn't anything that was planned. I'm a very intuitive writer; I just sort of let the characters talk to me, and they started saying funny things, so I wrote them down."

A schoolteacher until her first son was born, Phillips began writing in the early 1980s with her best friend and neighbor. The two were both regular readers and decided to try their hand at a book of their own, plotting their story during nightly bike rides with their toddlers in tow. They got the name of a publisher at Dell who liked the book and published it under the pen name Justine Cole.

Her friend moved into a legal career, but Phillips continued writing and publishing, this time under her own name. She released what she calls her "big books," titles like Fancy Pants and Honey Moon featuring Hollywood starlets and jet-setting London socialites.

Her stories, she has said, moved outside of the mainstream after that. She gives her romantic characters emotional wounds and personal difficulties that often impede their inevitable happy endings. But without such obstacles, there would be no story.

"I've grown increasingly interested in writing about family dynamics and much less interested in sticking a psychopath with a gun in any of my books," she said in an interview with the web site iVillage. "Technically, I've simply learned how to capitalize on my own distinctive voice and how to be a better storyteller."

The healing process that the characters go through is what makes the novels work. "Creative plotting adds sparkle, and entertaining, well-drawn secondary characters round out the novel, but it is the growing, healing relationship between the protagonists and how they finally form a family that touches the heartstrings and makes this contemporary romance an unforgettable read," the Library Journal wrote in a review of Phillips' 2000 book First Lady.

The dialogue, she has said, is also important. The exchanges in romance novels are satisfying to women who love to communicate, she told USA Today. "Women really like to talk. That's one of our processes. We talk to gather information. Women love the connection that comes from conversation," she said. "My husband says we broadcast. He thinks through things before he talks, but he says women just kind of broadcast until they zero in on what they want to say."

Phillips has also disputed the notion that romance novels are nothing more than books about "throbbing thighs." They aren't about sex, she told the Chicago Tribune in 1992, but are instead complicated fictions about women taking charge of their lives and being the stories' heroes.

"The woman always wins the man," she said, "and he always gets tamed in the end."

Good To Know

Phillips wanted to publish her first novel under the pseudonym Chastity Savage, but her best friend and co-author nixed the idea.

Though two of her books -- It Had to Be You and This Heart of Mine -- have football plots, Phillips doesn't consider herself much of a sports fan. "In my mind, if you don't have to wear mascara to do it, it doesn't count as recreation," she told Book Page.

Her family helps her keep the details straight. Husband Bill was her technical adviser on describing Dallie Beaudine's golf game in Fancy Pants, and son Zach's interest in knives, guns, and dead insects surfaced in Teddy, the son of the novel's leading lady. He also wrote and recorded a companion CD to her title This Heart of Mine, which is available from her web site.

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  • Posted July 18, 2012

    I am not a book critic...I am an avid book reader, and since I w

    I am not a book critic...I am an avid book reader, and since I was 16 years old, Susan Elizabeth Phillips has been one of my favorite authors. I'm one of the few who places her release date on my calendar and run to Barnes and Nobles to purchase her hardcover because I don't care how much her books cost; I just want a great read. I say this to establish my loyalty to her, and explain to anyone reading this post, that I say this out of genuine affection and nostalgia of her other books.

    I am truly disappointed with this book. It took me a week before I garnered the courage to read it in the first place-- I did not like "Call Me Irresistible." My expectations were already low from Meg and Ted's story; so for me to be disappointed is really telling. I waited twelve years for Lucy to grow up and fall in love, and two years for this book, and it did NOT allow me to fall in love with adult Lucy or Panda (I didn't even have a crush...however his role was better than Ted's). I needed something more from Lucy...I kept waiting for her to open up to Panda and deal with her insecurities. Maybe that's why the love scenes weren't passionate at all because Lucy and Panda did not have an emotional connection like many of her other characters in other books.

    I'm used to crying at some point during Phillips's novels...I'll never forget Patches peeling off his face paint in "Honey Moon" and laying his soul bare. Or Kevin Tucker running with Molly and jumping into the lake. Nor will I ever get the memory of Dean building a relationship with Jack Patriot at his summer house. Those are only a few memories running through my mind right now from SEP's novels. All of these moments are what make Phillips' books so special and memorable. And I guess that's why I'm so disappointed. "The Great Escape" did not have any moments like those to get me to feel.

    Will I stop reading SEP? Probably not, but I'm hoping enough of us fans will help her find her passion for writing again...I feel that it's waning. And that breaks my heart.

    11 out of 12 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2012

    Frustrating

    I have not read SEP's other books, so that probably puts me at a disadvantage in terms of character development, but while the sex scenes are fun and a bit steamy and the setting rather unique, I was constantly frustrated by the clueless, stupid behavior of Lucy. We are to believe a world-weary, politically savvy, 31 year old former social worker (to troubled teens), powerful lobbyist (for children's issues)and, daughter of a former president, decides to throw off her responsiblities much the way a really dumb 18 year old might: dressing up like a tramp in ridiculous "goth" gear, hanging out in bars (and is shocked when her provocative behavior causes real danger), breaking into her one-night stand's house and refusing to leave (it's "her house" because he "doesn't deserve it"), using a dumb alter-ego name ("Viper" does bad things, not Lucy) and then blaming her targeted one night stand for HIS behavior. She deliberately seduced him and he took her up on the offer, yet somehow he's to blame for taking advantage of her and not being totally honest with his identity?? This from the woman who keeps saying all she wanted was "tawdry" "bad girl" sex with a stranger? It's his fault he's too much of a stranger? Whaaa? I wanted to shake her petulant teeth out most of the time. While I realize this is supposed to be just a fun, light, beach read--I at least want some unity and logic to my froth. By the end, we're bogged down with PTSD, strange family connections, over-the-top reality show stars, troubled teens...and WHY is Panda's nickname NEVER explained?! Nothing about that character fit that name and we're left totally in the dark. Annoying.

    7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 17, 2012

    Horribe!

    I have loved just about all of SEP's books, but this was just a disaster. The 2 main characters are utterly boring and the whole gothic disguise is annoying. I could not have cared less about either Lucy or "Panda" - what a ridiculous name! I basically forced myself to finish the book. I hope SEP starts to write the hilarious, lovable romances that she is known for like Heaven, Texas and the entire football series. How about a hockey series?

    6 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 16, 2012

    What a mess!

    I want to preface this by saying I've read and loved all of Susan Elizabeth Phillips' books leading up to this. I've loved some more than others, and there are a few that I wouldn't consider "keepers", but I've never been tempted to toss any of them aside unfinished, and I've never thought even my least favorites were bad writing.

    Until now.

    Until The Great Escape.

    The characters are never fully explored or defined, there's no real character arc for either Lucy or Panda. The hero's nickname, as a matter of fact, defines the whole problem with the story. It comes from nowhere, from nothing, means nothing to us, the audience, and its origins are never explained. It's not sexy, not particularly male, offers no clues to who the hero is, and doesn't even have anything to do with his equally weak name, which is Patrick Shade. Patrick is fine, but Shade conjures up slightly negative connotations, as in "shady".

    There are too many subplots going on, and they ultimately steal all the thunder from the main story. The main characters are "off-screen" for a good deal of the story, and spend much of that small amount of time apart.

    Everything feels contrived and fake and like the author was just getting words on a page in order to satisfy her deadline. Lucy's "Goth" disguise, their fakey-fake let's just have sex for sex's sake sex. The stupid candy scene, which seems to be included just to appease the explosion in erotica due to the 50 Shades phenomenon. I couldn't connect to anyone in this book. I'm not interested in lesbian couples, and I resent the political overtones of that storyline. The other subplot was unnecessarily so racially aware and politically correct. It was like getting mini liberal propaganda lectures mixed in with pages and pages of filler description and very little actual character growth or plot.

    I could get past the Molly rape scene in This Heart of Mine, but I can't get back the lackluster, mediocre, my-heart's-not-in-it, preachy tone of this book.

    5 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 12, 2012

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    Overall this one was a disappointment, especially since we waite

    Overall this one was a disappointment, especially since we waited so long for it to come out. It seemed to go on much too long, and Lucy acted far less mature as an adult in this book than she did as a teenager in First Lady! I thought her "great idea" for getting Patrick (I just can't call him Panda. I would have really liked to have known where the heck he got that nickname, but it was never shared) back in the end was just horrible. I can't believe he wasn't more ticked off by it--sure, they should end up together, but not like that. She behaved like a petulant child. The secondary storylines took up far too much time, yet for all that weren't really sufficiently developed--Bree's story especially was just far too rushed in the end. I usually love SEP's books, but felt that this one really missed the mark.

    I soooooo miss Anna Fields. No one can narrate SEP books like she did--and it's entirely possible that if I'd read it myself or if there had been a better narrator (the voices on this one were horrible, especially Lucy's and Matt's) I'd have given this one another half star. I probably would not have upped the rating a full star, though--too many other issues with the story.

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2012

    Diassappointed!

    I'll start of by saying i am a long time fan of SEP...but this is not her best work. I like her typical plot devices but she uses them all here. There is usually one good subplot but i felt like two was just overkill. I liked Bree as well as crazed fitnrss guru but they were both introduced too late and i felt like their storylines were competing with each other. I wish she had chosen one to develop more fully and left the other go. Then...PTSD and secret family connections. SEP needed to focus on one issue for her hero too. I guess i feel like SEP had too many good ideas s just couldn't let them go. All in all I enjoyed Lucy a lot...but there was just too much going on!

    4 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 10, 2012

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    Another great book by Susan Elizabeth Phillips! Lucy Jorik has d

    Another great book by Susan Elizabeth Phillips!
    Lucy Jorik has done the unthinkable! The adopted daughter of the POTUS has jilted Mr. Perfect, literally at the altar, and made a run for it. She finds herself on the back of a motorcycle driven by a man named Panda who she remembers seeing at the rehearsal dinner. Panda is lean, mean, sexy and crude but he is all she has at the moment and she bribes him into taking her along on his travels.
    Lucy is looking to find the girl she once was- a young girl with gumption- not the cashmere twinset pale version of herself that she has become. The Lucy we met from “The First Lady” was a real firecracker who didn’t take any guff from anyone and has somehow turned into a pleaser with no backbone. With Panda she starts to find a little bit of that old spunky Lucy. After a short time together, sparks fly and they end up in bed together. Then he dumps her and sends her back to her family.
    Panda is a man in a difficult position. He is attracted to Lucy but he has to keep his distance and get her to back to her family for her own protection. After Lucy figures out the truth about him, she sets out to find him again and ends up squatting in his Michigan lakeside home. When he returns, things become pretty interesting. Lucy has adopted a new personality and starts to make friends with the locals including Toby, her pre-teen neighbor and his guardian, Bree.
    Although the book is primarily about Panda and Lucy, there are many other interesting characters in the book, Mike, the flashy real estate salesman with hidden depths, Temple, a mostly crazy fitness guru who has let herself go to pudgy, and assorted other folks who add color to the story. There is an interesting backstory about the history of some of the island residents and it relates to Panda as well.
    Lucy and Panda are so good together even when they are fighting and insulting each other. Lucy needs to get her mojo back and Panda needs to settle some old issues that are keeping him from engaging in having a happy life and they need each other to do it. When I read the last page, it felt like everything had just turned out so right both for this couple and for Meg and Ted, who make a brief appearance. Loved, loved, loved this book!

    4 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 31, 2012

    Disapointment

    I love SEPs books, but I had a tough time reading this book. It seemed disjointed. She had elements of her usual formula but i did not laugh or cry like I normally do.

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 15, 2012

    Please, go back to football.

    A struggle to get thru.

    3 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 10, 2012

    I Also Recommend:

    I loved this book. very well written. Finished it very quickly

    I loved this book. very well written. Finished it very quickly

    3 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 5, 2012

    Not so good :(

    I have always been a Phillips fan, but these last couple of books have just not been very good. I never felt the connection between these characters. It was hard to figure out what they even saw in each other. They seemed like two very different people. I kept trying to get over the hero's crazy name, Panda, but just couldn't do it. It just seemed ridiculous to me. I wondered if she name him that as some kind of joke. Strange.
    I'm very sad to give this a bad review. I hope Ms. Phillips returns to her previous writing style in her next book.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 29, 2012

    A little frustrating :-( I have read a few of Ms. Phillips boo

    A little frustrating :-( I have read a few of Ms. Phillips books and
    I've always found them ok - not terrible but not good enough to buy. I
    recommend checking out the library first for any of her books... sorry
    to all her fans. I read "Call Me Irresistible" which is sort
    of the "prequel" to "The Great Escape" and I didn't
    think it was great either so I was counting on this one being better.
    Didn't happen. I thought it was funny & witty up until the part
    where Panda brings the evil queen to his home in Michigan - from there
    it goes down hill. I found the part where Lucy used a gothic disguise
    annoying and even more annoying her acting like a tramp-teenager. It
    seemed to me that Lucys' character and even her best friend Meg from the
    previous book are very insecure which doesn't make sense since Lucy is
    very accomplished. I didn't care for the parts where Lucy & Panda
    were supposed to be having "kinky sex" - it seemed tacky not
    sexy. *Note: If you are a fan of Ms. Phillips there is a chance you
    might like it ok, but if you're a fan of Nora Roberts you're going to
    hate it since Ms. Roberts writing is far superior

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 21, 2012

    It didn't click for me.

    Broke my heart -- I've always loved her books. But this one needed more editing and a plot revision.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted July 13, 2012

    I loved the book! SEP is my favorite author and I love all her

    I loved the book! SEP is my favorite author and I love all her books for different reasons. She has the ability to take something farfetched and make it believable.

    1 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2012

    Great book

    SEP at her best. Very satisfying story with depth and great secondary characters. Once you start to read, you wont want to stop. I hated for the book to end.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 12, 2012

    Loved it.

    Great read

    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 11, 2012

    I have read all of SEP's books and some of them numerous times..

    I have read all of SEP's books and some of them numerous times...this is definitely one of my favorites and ranks up with This Heart of Mine and It Had to Be You as one of the better ones. Definitely better than What I did For Love or Match Me If You Can, even Natural Born Charmer. This and Call Me Irresistable are definitely two that I will reread again.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted July 10, 2012

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    1 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 21, 2012

    The book has not shipped yet do why are you sending me this email

    The Barnes and Noble website is having technical troubles as this book is preordered and not scheduled to ship for 3 more weeks!

    1 out of 26 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted November 27, 2013

    The was the first book I've read by Susan Elizabeth Phillips and

    The was the first book I've read by Susan Elizabeth Phillips and now I'm wondering why? Her writing is really well done. Lucy actually did
    a courageous act by not marrying the man everyone thought was perfect, by realizing he wasn't her perfect man.  Enter Panda, the bad
    boy on a motorcycle to her rescue. I also enjoyed the friendships that Lucy found in the journey of finding herself again. I highly recom-
    mend this book. 

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