Book Review: MAD MAX: UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES by Betsy Ashton
Imagine being a socialite grandmother living in New York City, attending concerts, plays, dining with friends, living the life most people can only imagine. And then you get the phone call saying your daughter has been in an automobile accident and may not survive. When the call comes, Mad Max Davies drops everything and flies to Richmond, Virginia, to see her daughter Merry and take care of her two grandchildren, Emilie and Alex, until her son-in-law Whip returns from a business trip.
Merry survives, but her values change; no longer is she interested in being a mother or a wife. Instead, she turns to a plastic surgeon to repair her once-beautiful face that was disfigured in the accident. The suspense quickens to where you don't want to stop reading or answer the phone or fix dinner or go to bed.
This is Betsy Ashton's first novel; it won't be her last. Once you've read Mad Max: Unintended Consequences, you'll want to read every book Betsy Ashton writes. I know I will.