I'm SO EXCITED to announce that my next book will be here September 19!
I CANNOT wait for you to read The Life We Almost Had!
I really don't have favorites when it comes to characters, but if I did, these guys would be up there! They and the little town of Sweet Home, Missouri, stole my heart.
I don’t want to say too much, in fear that I’ll give too much away. But I will say that The Life We Almost Had means a lot to me. It’s about two of my favorite things: young, wild love—the kind that will remind you what it's like to be fifteen again, and of course, second chances.
The book starts out in a little, ghost town that reminds me a lot of a place that is very real to me. And along with that, this might just be the most real story I’ve ever written.
So, I do hope you enjoy their journey. And you don't have to wait until September to secure your copy, either! The pre-order for the e-book is up on Amazon right now! And it's at a special price! So, hurry over there to get yours!
And without further ado, here's the back cover summary:
Back before everyone left the little town of Sweet Home to the ghosts, she was the girl next door. And he was the boy, who could never get on her father’s good side. But none of that mattered. The only thing that mattered was that her heart had picked him.
But that was years ago. And now, Berlin’s sister is praying for someone to show up to take her brother’s mind off the girl from his past. And surely enough, that someone does. But will this girl be able to cut the chains of his first love or will she just make him fall harder for that little girl he left behind in Sweet Home, Missouri?
One week is all they have.
I write about rain on tin roofs, gravel roads, old trucks with holes in the floorboards and small-town summer nights. I grew up on a farm in a little Midwestern town. Now, I live in Kansas City, Mo., with my weatherman husband.
Laura Miller's first contemporary romance novel, Butterfly Weeds, hit the Amazon Best-Seller's List and Top 100 in October 2012. The sequel to Butterfly Weeds, My Butterfly, released in June 2013. For All You Have Left, By Way of Accident, When Cicadas Cry and A Bird on a Windowsill followed. Look for The Life We Almost Had, releasing Sept. 19.