My Great Ex-Scape by Portia MacIntosh

Release Date: 01.16.2020


What if your future was somewhere in your past?

Rosie Jones has been dumped by every boyfriend she’s ever had - most recently by Dinosaur Dave, live on TV, during the ‘phone-a-friend’ segment of a quiz show.
After the footage goes viral Rosie receives a bunch of flowers with a message:

I love you, I should have never let you go, I want you back x

But who sent them?

At a loose end and with £50,000 prize money in her back pocket, Rosie decides to take a trip down memory lane, visiting each of her ex-boyfriends to see not just if they are the one who sent the flowers but if they are the one.

Her journey takes her back to the house she grew up in and on a transatlantic cruise to New York, but can Rosie figure out which ex-boyfriend is the love of her life, or should the past stay in the past?


My Great Ex-Scape was an enjoyable,entarteining read with such a positive vibe.

Rosie,our heroine,gets to appear on a quiz show, wins £50,000 and to be dumped by her boyfriend on live tv on the same night.No need to say that she unfortunately goes viral and the next day besides the hundreds messages on social networks that wait for her she also gets a bouquet of flowers with a mysterious unsigned message.She wants to find out who sent it to her so she starts a journey who will take her to the most exciting experience of her life.
I really liked to follow her research of happiness.

Portia MacIntosh was so good giving the reader such a great message, in fact, she wants to tell us that even if sometime our life looks crappy the future is not written yet and we have a chance to change it.

"Always take chances, and even if they don't work out, take new ones. You never know what's waiting around the corner that will completely change your life."

I recommend you to read this story,you won't regret to escape on a beautiful transatlantic cruise with our heroine and a group of amusing characters.


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