Tonight, as luck would have it, I stumbled upon an awesome Facebook post by Ms. Steph Campbell…and thank God I did. She was talking about revealing the cover of her newest book, A Toast to the Good Times, to release soon, which she co-wrote with Liz Reinhardt! I was super stoked to be able to get in on this action! The cover was done by Sarah at Okay Creations. As usual, she did an amazing job! Doesn’t this look and sound great! And, the good news is, it’s going to be released on November 20…so like 3 weeks!
If you haven’t read the first collab Steph and Liz did, you’re missing out. You can read my review of Lengths HERE! I’ve also read most of their other titles, so check out the reviews for those while you’re at it. You won’t be disappointed…in their books…not my reviews. Those might disappoint. Sometimes I ramble on… :)
Stay tuned for updates on this release! Personally, I cannot wait to get my hands on this. I am always a fan of these ladies’ writing…especially when they do it together…writing…not something else…sickos.
It’s the eve before Christmas Eve, and all that twenty-three-year-old Landry has on the agenda for the holiday is moping in the bar that he left everything behind to open.
And he’s got plenty to mope about.
He found his girlfriend treating herself to a little holiday delight with his best friend;
He hasn’t seen his family in over a year- since he alienated them all and ended up spending a night in jail;
And he may have just ruined the perfect, uncomplicated thing he had going with his platonically hot roommate, Mila.
Drinks all around!
But when he gets a call from his sister, Paisley, begging him to make it home for a huge announcement, he tosses aside his better judgment, (or, what’s left of it after that last round of drinks) and hops on the first train back home to Jersey.
But home for the holidays isn’t all mugs of cocoa and fireside chats with his family.
Landry left the people he loves the most high and dry when he fled to Boston and spent all of his inheritance…the inheritance money that he was supposed to use to help save his family’s floundering bar.
His dad will hardly look at him, his ex is maybe stalking him, his sister has dropped a bombshell on the family, and a flame from the past catches his eye. When Landry’s present and near past collide, it only further complicates things.
Landry thought he was leaving all of his problems behind when he left his family in New Jersey. But he comes home to find out that problems, like family, never go away. And sometimes facing the past with the help of someone who’s fearless about the future is the only way to move on.