Lies and Scandals and It Must Be Monday

How is November flying by so fast?! We gained an hour and yet, somehow I’m even more behind. Life math is weird.

Anyhoo, I bring you yet another fantabulous feature from the rocking rockers at Rockstar Book Tours. This is a book that had me at the cover. Women, in evening gowns, with shovels behind their backs?! I NEEDS THE PRETTY! And so do you…

BE WARNED!!! This is for a second book in a series, so if you haven’t read the first, get thee to a book shoppe, or a library, or an internet, post haste.

For the daring, reckless, or those who have read the first book. Dudes, this excerpt is for you.

Deadly Little Scandals

A second box—this one bearing my name—sat near the pillow. I crossed the room, picked it up, and opened it. Nestled inside, I found a single elbow-length white glove. Pinned to the glove, there was another note, this one written on thinner paper in bloodred ink.

The Big Bang, 11 p.m., back room.

“Lily,” I said calmly, “don’t take this the wrong way, but is this an invitation to an orgy?”

“A what?” Lily Taft Easterling did not, as a rule, shriek, but this time, she came close.

“The Big Bang,” I replied. “Doesn’t exactly sound PG to me.” Lily glared at me. I grinned. Sometimes getting a rise out of her was just too easy.

Okay. Less an excerpt and more a bite. A nibble. A tease. Definitely a tease. But, it’s Monday. Now you’re distracted and wondering how to get your hands on this book. And also a million inappropriate Big Bang jokes are running amuck, so my job here is done.

Oh! Want to win a copy? Enter my clicking the graphic below. 3 winners will receive a finished copy of DEADLY LITTLE SCANDALS, (US Only).

“Think of the White Gloves like the Junior League-by way of Skull and Bones?”

Reluctant debutante Sawyer Taft joined Southern high society for one reason and one reason alone: to identify and locate her biological father. But the answers Sawyer found during her debutante year only left her with more questions and one potentially life-ruining secret. When her cousin Lily ropes her into pledging a mysterious, elite, and all-female secret society called the White Gloves, Sawyer soon discovers that someone in the group’s ranks may have the answers she’s looking for. Things are looking up… until Sawyer and the White Gloves make a disturbing discover near the family’s summer home–and uncover a twisted secret, decades in the making.

No one is quite who they seem to be in this twisty, soapy, gasp-inducing sequel to Jennifer Lynn Barnes’ unputdownable Little White Lies. 


If you haven’t read the first book, be sure to grab your copy today!

“I’m not saying this is Sawyer’s fault,” the prim and proper one said delicately. “But.”

Eighteen-year-old auto mechanic Sawyer Taft did not expect her estranged grandmother to show up at her apartment door and offer her a six-figure contract to participate in debutante season. And she definitely never imagined she would accept. But when she realizes that immersing herself in her grandmother’s “society” might mean discovering the answer to the biggest mystery of her life-her father’s identity-she signs on the dotted line and braces herself for a year of makeovers, big dresses, bigger egos, and a whole lot of bless your heart. The one thing she doesn’t expect to find is friendship, but as she’s drawn into a group of debutantes with scandalous, dangerous secrets of their own, Sawyer quickly discovers that her family isn’t the only mainstay of high society with skeletons in their closet. There are people in her grandmother’s glittering world who are not what they appear, and no one wants Sawyer poking her nose into the past. As she navigates the twisted relationships between her new friends and their powerful parents, Sawyer’s search for the truth about her own origins is just the beginning.

Set in the world of debutante balls, grand estates and rolling green hills, Little White Lies combines a charming setting, a classic fish-out-of-water story, and the sort of layered mystery only author Jennifer Lynn Barnes can pull off. 

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Jennifer Lynn Barnes (who mostly goes by Jen) is the author of more than a dozen critically acclaimed young adult novels. She has advanced degrees in psychology, psychiatry, and cognitive science, including graduate degrees from Cambridge University, where she was a Fulbright Scholar, and Yale University, where she received her Ph.D. in 2012. Jen wrote her first published novel when she was nineteen-years-old and sold her first five books while still in college. In additional to writing YA novels, Jen has also written original pilot scripts for television networks like USA and MTV, and she is one of the world’s leading experts on the psychology of fandom and the cognitive science of fiction and the imagination more broadly. Jen is an Associate Professor at the University of Oklahoma, where she holds a dual appointment in Psychology and Professional Writing.

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Be sure to give the rest of the tour some love!

Tour Schedule:

Week One:

11/4/2019 The Heart of a Book Blogger Review
11/5/2019 Avid Reader Review
11/6/2019 Don’t Judge, Read Review
11/7/2019 Here’s to Happy Endings  Review
11/8/2019 A Dream Within A Dream Review

Week Two:

11/11/2019 Jena Brown Writes Review
11/12/2019 Bookhounds YA Excerpt
11/13/2019 Book-Keeping Review
11/14/2019 Wonder Struck Review
11/15/2019 The Reading Corner for All Review

Week Three:

11/18/2019 Lisa Loves Literature Review
11/19/2019 A Gingerly Review Review
11/20/2019 Confessions of a YA Reader Excerpt
11/21/2019 YA Book Nerd Review
11/22/2019 THE BOOK NUT Review

Week Four:

11/25/2019 Riddle’s Reviews Review
11/26/2019 Review
11/27/2019 Savings in Seconds Review
11/28/2019 Book Briefs Review
11/29/2019 Geronimo Reads Review

Week Five:

12/2/2019 Two points of interest Review

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