I am delighted to be a part of the blog tour for; It Could happen by Melissa Baldwin, I love the look of this book it sounds right up my street, and am incredibly excited to be sharing an exclusive guest post with you all; When Will Our Best Be Good Enough, I hope you love it as much as I do, have a look!

It Could Happen

I don’t like change. That’s fine, because I, Tori Hayes, am quite content with my single status and fulfilling sales career. I’ll make an exception and step out of my comfort zone to be a part of my college bestie’s wedding party. Anything for a friend, you know?

But this—this is not what I thought it would be. Suddenly, I’m thrown into drama that only a Southern belle bride and her friends can stir up. The secrets, the lies, the deception—it’s more than I can take. Not to mention that groomsman Tyler, who seems to know exactly how to push my buttons.

I don’t like my buttons pushed. Or maybe I do.

Dashing groomsmen aside, why do I keep finding myself in the middle of all this madness? I want to support Caroline and give her the perfect day, but things are getting messy and fast. Is there going to be a happy ending amid all this chaos?

It could happen …

USA Today bestselling author Melissa Baldwin presents a brand new romantic comedy about friendship and finding love when you least expect it.

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Guest Post

When will our best be good enough?

I can do it all or at least I try too? What woman doesn’t want to be everything? The best employee, the best girlfriend, the best wife, the best mom, the best friend…the list goes on. At what point will I realize that I am doing my best? I think we all ask ourselves this question at some point.

Long ago I gave up my dreams of learning how to sew my own designer gowns. And after many failed attempts at making the yummiest gourmet recipes found on Pinterest, I admitted that I don’t like cooking. Speaking of Pinterest, those boards are still full of crafting and organization ideas that I never implemented into my busy life. I do consider myself a master at multi-tasking, but I’ve also sat in the middle of my bedroom floor doing the ugly cry. I remember many days I wondered what I wanted to do with my life.

It was New Year’s Day 2014, I began that day at the gym, climbing the dreaded revolving stairs trying to lose the pounds of holiday treats I’d consumed between Halloween and New Year’s Eve. I was even listening to Tony Robbins in search of the ultimate method to motivate me. It was at some point during those forty minutes that I decided to write a book.

That’s all I remember.

Six months later I finished writing the book I had started repeatedly. And with the help and advice from a wonderful friend, I published it.

I’ll never forget that feeling. I still remember the day I held the beautiful paperback in my hands. My eyes filled with tears as I flipped through the pages that I created. I did something I never believed I could do.

The worst part is that it never stops, no matter how much we grow, learn and accomplish our tasks. We will always want to be better. This is not a bad thing as long as we’re happy with where we are in the present. We can continue to strive to accomplish our goals and when we do, we can add another to that never-ending bucket list.

We can all talk about wanting to travel the world or run a marathon but until you book your flight or register for that race, that’s all it is—just talk.

As I look back on the early days when I began my quest to be the best at everything, I had no idea what to focus on. I just knew that I had to try, even if I failed. And I did fail over and over again.

I’ve come to accept that I’m a work in progress and that’s okay. I’m proud of the person I’m becoming and most of all I hope to inspire others with my story.

Author Bio

USA Today bestselling author Melissa Baldwin is a planner-obsessed Disney fan who still watches Beverly Hills 90210 reruns and General Hospital.

She’s a wife, mother, and journal keeper, who finally decided to write the book she talked about for years. She took her dream to the next level, and is now an award-winning, bestselling author of twenty-five Romantic Comedy and Cozy Mystery novels and novellas. Melissa writes about charming, ambitious, and real women, and she considers these leading ladies to be part of her tribe.

When she isn’t deep in the writing zone, this multitasking master organizer keeps busy by spending time with her family, chauffeuring her daughter, traveling, attempting yoga poses, and going on rides at Disney World.

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