The Runaway Wife ‘Hilarious! I loved every page… reminded me of The Unlikely Pilgrimage of Harold Fry.' Dawn at Crooks on Books
One evening in early August, while mashing the potatoes for dinner, Connie McColl decides she’s had enough…
Connie McColl is tired of solving one family crisis after another - usually involving her unruly grandchildren - while her husband Roger spends all day at his beloved golf course. Surely it must be time for her to shake off her apron and start living again?
So Connie packs a bag, gets in her little green car and drives off...
On her journey from England to Scotland, Connie stops in on long-lost friends and makes all sorts of colourful new companions along the way. As Connie has the time of her life, sleeping under the stars and skinny dipping in the sea, she finally begins to rediscover herself. And she starts to wonder, will she ever be ready to return home?
Or will this summer change her life forever?
The Runaway Wife is a funny, inspiring and joyously uplifting novel. If you loved The Kicking the Bucket List and A Man Called Ove this book is for you.
What readers are saying about The Runaway Wife:
‘A warm, funny, brilliant read! I love the warmth and humour that jumps from the page. Connie is proof that you’re never too old to have an adventure! I LOVED the ending!!!!’ Sue Watson
‘What a breath of fresh air! Wry and sharply observed, I was rooting for Connie the moment I met her. Fabulous!’ Kat French
‘I love Connie! I love the way she’s blossoming as she shares her time and life experiences and understanding with everyone she meets. Like shedding heavy layers - you can almost feel her getting lighter… like reading sunshine emerging on a grey day… Uplifting, riveting…’ Dawn, Crooks on Books
‘The Runaway Wife is a blooming marvellous novel… uplifting and inspiring.’ Novel Deelights