London Craft has exactly the life she wants. She’s a successful artist with a hot line of edgy clothing and merchandise she sells from her boutique, Hell in a Handbasket. Along with her incredible chosen family, she’s in a loving relationship with Reggie, her girlfriend of six years.When Reggie blindsides London with a public marriage proposal, London freezes. She’s never wanted anything traditional, let alone marriage. When Reggie leaves her, she thinks things can’t possibly get worse, until she receives the call that her estranged mother has died. Suddenly, she’s catapulted into contact with the family she hasn’t seen in nearly twenty years.After her mother’s funeral, London discovers a letter she wrote to her future self as part of a school project when she was ten years old. Face-to-face with her childhood ideals and the drastically different life she’s built, London must find her way to the future—and love—she truly wants.https://www.bookloft.com/book/9781635555622Nan Higgins wrote her first book—a seven page ghost story about the rickety old Victorian farmhouse she grew up in—when she was ten, and she has been writing ever since. She majored in music theater and puts her schooling to use by singing and dancing much more often than her friends and family think necessary. She is the cohost of Stalled, a podcast about the victories and struggles of two writers who got a late start trying to turn their passions into their profession.Nan lives in Columbus, Ohio, with her fiancée, two sons, and a bearded dragon.