#1 NYT bestselling author Linda Lael Miller


What An Age We Live In

I just ordered groceries online for the first time. Wow! No driving, parking, pushing a cart through a crowded store. No lugging the stuff from the Avalanche to the kitchen once I get home!

I am so jazzed!

Maybe it’s the approaching New Year, but I’m in the mood to try things. This old dog is definitely learning some new tricks.

One week from tomorrow, “One Last Look” will be in the stores. After all this time and all these books, it still makes my heart beat a little faster to see a book with my name on it.

I cannot wait for you to meet Tony and Clare, either for the first time, or again.

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