Cover Reveal: By Way of Accident by Laura Miller

Posted August 7, 2014 by bookstobreathe in Cover Reveal / 0 Comments

Cover Reveal: By Way of Accident by Laura MillerTitle: By Way of Accident
Author: Laura Miller
Publisher: Self-Published
Release Date: Fall 2014
Genre: Contemporary Romance
More Info: Goodreads
They say in every guy’s life there’s a girl he’ll never forget and a summer where it all began. Well, for me, 1999 was that summer, and Brooke Sommerfield was that girl. But that was nearly nine years ago. And what they don’t tell ya is that you’ll blink, and both the summer and the girl will be gone. 

I have no idea where Brooke ended up. She disappeared that same summer I met her. And kind of like when you move something on a wall after it’s been there for a long time and everything around it is faded, that’s how I feel about Brooke. She wasn’t there very long, but when she left, everything around her memory sort of dimmed. That is until a letter postmarked the year she left mysteriously resurfaces. And call me crazy—everyone else has—but I have to find her. I have to know what became of the green-and-gray-eyed girl who stole my last perfect summer. I have to know if she believes in second chances—because I do—even if they do come with good-byes.





About Laura Miller

​Laura Miller is the national best-selling author of seven novels and one children’s book and the recipient of the Mid-Missouri Writers First Place in Non-Fiction Award. She was born in the Missouri River Bottoms in Berger, Mo., grew up in New Haven, Mo., and attended the University of Missouri-Columbia (Mizzou). While in college, she was a 400-meter and 600-yard runner on the University’s track and field team. She later graduated from Mizzou with a degree in newsprint journalism and spent some years as a newspaper reporter, covering government and business news.

Laura also spent some time in San Diego, Calif., and Charleston, S.C., before moving back to the Midwest. She now lives in Kansas City, Mo., with her husband.

When she’s not working on her next small-town romance, you can probably find her pretending to be a chef on Chopped or moonlighting as the voice of T-Rex for her niece and nephews.

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