We’re excited to have a tour for Jeanette Escudero’s
to coincide with Hispanic American Heritage Month!
About The Apology Project
Publisher: Lake Union Publishing (August 1, 2021)
Paperback: 331 pages
Dear (almost) everyone: Can we be friends again?
Life is about to get complicated for Amelia Montgomery, a prominent litigator in Chicago. She’s been fired for not compromising her principles in a high-profile case and then punching her partner in the nose for the misogynistic comment he made in retort (not her finest moment). Leaving a career that gave her purpose, Amelia can only ask, What next?
Let it be better than her epic failure of a fortieth birthday party: an open bar full of no-shows except for John Ellis, a total stranger and the new associate at her ex-firm. As it turns out, though, he’s very good company–and a wake-up call. With the help of John and a lot of champagne, Amelia considers the people she’s wronged, from old besties to former boyfriends to coworkers. Amelia resolves to make amends–to those who really deserve it.
One apology at a time, Amelia’s looking at the choices she’s made in the past, the new ones she’s making with John, and those she’s making for herself. What next? Maybe a second chance she never expected.
Jeanette Escudero worked as an attorney before picking up a pen at thirty years old to write something other than legal briefs. Being published fulfilled a dream and gave her an outlet for her imaginative, romantic side. Writing as Sidney Halston, she is the USA Today bestselling author of the Panic series, the Worth the Fight series, the Iron-Clad Security novels, and the Seeing Red duet. In addition to writing and reading, Jeanette has a passion for travel and adventure. She and her family have been to the Galapagos Islands and have hiked Yellowstone, the Shenandoah mountains, and the Great Smoky Mountains. Born in Miami, Florida, to Cuban parents, she currently lives in South Florida with her husband and her three children, in whom she’s instilled a love of nature and an appreciation for the planet.
Connect with Jeanette
Wednesday, September 15th: @midnightbooklover
Friday, September 17th: @booksloveandunderstanding
Saturday, September 18th: @suethebookie
Sunday, September 19th: @rickys_radical_reads
Sunday, September 19th: @book.lover.laura
Tuesday, September 21st: @bookdragon217
Wednesday, September 22nd: @readwithjamie
Wednesday, September 22nd: @the.bookish.world.of.yrralh
Thursday, September 23rd: @nurse_bookie
Friday, September 24th: @andrea.c.lowry
Saturday, September 25th: @what.jenny.reads
Sunday, September 26th: @mrs._lauras_lit
Monday, September 27th: @thebookishalix
Monday, September 27th: @nsiabblog
Tuesday, September 28th: @readingthroughnaptime
Wednesday, September 29th: @ve_xo
Thursday, September 30th: @backporchpages
Friday, October 1st: @the_unwined
Saturday, October 2nd: @webreakforbooks
Sunday, October 3rd: @literannie
Monday, October 4th: @readsrandiread
Monday, October 4th: @bookishly_overdue
Tuesday, October 5th: @lifeinlit
Wednesday, October 6th: @bookapotamus
Thursday, October 7th: @boozy.bookstacker
Friday, October 8th: @girlsinbooks
Monday, October 11th: @readswithrosie
Monday, October 11th: @secretreadinglife
Monday, October 11th: @bookisheclectic
Wednesday, October 13th: @books_with_bethany
Thursday, October 14th: @abookwormwithwine
Tuesday, October 19th: @bookswritingandmore
Tuesday, October 19th: @the.caffeinated.reader
Wednesday, October 20th: @readwithmason
TBD: Thursday, September 16th: @the_book_lover_book_club_