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About Back to Good:
Charlotte Banks (Charlie) is newly graduated from college and working in public relations. She is given a case that is just a bit too close to the heart. Joey Carino is a rock god, but now with his life spinning out of control, it’s up to Charlie to try and save his reputation with his record label and his fans. However, dealing with Joey means dealing with Matthew Johns, Joey’s best friend and Charlie’s worst nightmare.
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I took a sip of my coffee, trying hard not to burn my tongue on the hot liquid. Thankfully, that first sip seemed to calm the nerves, if just for a second. “It’s not so much the what, as it’s more the who.” I was being deceptively vague, but I still wasn’t one hundred percent sure if I could or would take this client. Can I deal with seeing him again?
Placing his coffee cup on the counter, he led me over to the table, pressing me into a chair as he placed a warm, gentle hand on my shoulder. It was a familial touch, and I appreciated it. His eyes were zoned in on me. “Didn’t you just say the other day that you were tired of being the errand girl around here? You know the biz. We have to get our hands dirty sometimes, and we can’t always be choosy.”
Of course, I knew all this. My dad had been running this company since before I was born. It was his passion. He didn’t take on many clients anymore, but he had a team that he respected with proven track records. But for some reason, I felt like I was being tested because I was his daughter. I was the new kid on the block.
I fiddled with the rim of my coffee cup, and he asked, “Who’s the client?”
“Joey Carino.” I gave him a worried look, and then jumped out of the chair, straightening my blue suit jacket and pacing back and forth.
Andrew’s brows shot up into his hairline as he choked on his coffee. Regaining his composure, he blinked a couple times. “Holy shit,” he said, wiping the coffee from his chin.
I frowned at him, my eyes blazing. “What the hell is that supposed to mean?”
“Charlotte,” he started sounding defensive. “Joey could be a difficult client at best, and with the hist…” His words trailed off. He gave me a kindly stare, but I knew exactly where he was going with it.
“I know what you’re thinking.” I nodded with the confidence I didn’t have. “Yes, Joey’s career is hot. But according to the file, he’s kinda all over the place.” It was kind of a lie. I really wasn’t sure what Andrew was thinking, but I wanted to prod him a little make him finish what he was saying. It wasn’t typical of him to clam up when I needed advice. He would never go against my father, but he also respected the hell out of me.
“So why does your father want you, specifically, to take this job?” He rubbed his chin in thought.
“That’s a good question and I haven’t been able to figure out yet. Joey’s been on a bit of a destructive streak.” I plopped back into the chair again and ticked off the facts. “His record label is threatening to cancel his ass, and he’s got a huge concert coming up at the Hollywood Bowl. It seems his drug use is becoming an issue.
About Laura Benson:
Laura Benson was born in 1968, during a year of terrible strife.
She is a wife and the mother of two daughters, one stepson, and the grandmother of precocious 8- month old. With Two basset hounds and the Arizona dust, she can’t seem to keep her floors clean.
Her penchant for wine has gotten her into more than trouble than necessary. Especially when she is with her friends.
Originally from Massachusetts, she made her way out west in 2013 and hasn’t looked back. The lack of blizzards is big bonus to living in Arizona.
She started as a blogger in 2008, attended many book conventions and author signings and is ready for this new part of her life.
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