by Sandy HusebyAugust, 1998
A flight of freedomWhen the bliss of romance gives way to the harsh, dangerous reality of a marriage gone wrong, flight becomes the only way to survive in Say Goodbye to Daddy by Susan Bowden.
Vanessa Marston escapes with her son Roddy from her volatile marriage to Colin Craigmore and the suffocating stronghold of his aristocratic Scottish family.
In far-away Canada, Grant Kendall rescues the pair, only to become as much of a threat to Vanessa as the husband she left behind. Why, she wonders, does Kendall have a photo of her and her son taken at the Craigmore family Christmas just two days earlier?Bowden's transition from Regency writing to this fast-paced contemporary intrigue is accomplished and mesmerizing.
Sandy Huseby writes and reviews from her homes in Fargo, North Dakota, and Nevis, Minnesota. She is online at Shuseby@aol.com