Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Pandora Wild Child Tour ***GIVEAWAY***

Pandora Wild Child by Sunniva Dee
Publication date: October 28th 2014
Genres: Contemporary, New Adult

I’m free. Fucking free!

I’m in college with my best friends and far, far from home!
With my Scheuermann’s disease as the excuse, my father kept me locked up at home all through high school. Here in Deepsilver, I can finally be me,Pandora, so—
Why the hell should I hold back?
They accept our fake IDs at Smother, our local haunt. I’m the life of the party, everyone loves me—hell, I could get away with murder in this place! Drunk off my ass, I dance on the bar, and—
I’m on top of the world!
I need to get my shit together, though. If I don’t pull off good grades, my father won’t pay my tuition. There’s no way I’m moving back into his “fortress.”
At the bar, I set my eyes on a gorgeous stranger. My plans don’t involve him long term; one night should be enough. But Dominic is more than I bargained for. God, I’m so drawn to this man. My skin hums at his touch because—
He expels the shadows of my past and replaces my pain with desire.
Perfect Dominic. Beautiful, graduating, soon-to-move-on-with-his-life Dominic.
I’m a wild child. A hot mess. Not grownup and focused like him. He’s addictive, and I am weak, but—screw this; I can wean myself off him! With the right antidote—
Addictions can be broken.



We come to a halt at the entry of a gloomy alleyway, and… I’m not sure I’d deem this a “party street.” I can’t help tittering at the eeriness surrounding us. A recent rainfall has littered the frayed asphalt with moisture, lending an oily feel to the darkness.
“Mm, this it?” Mica asks.
“Yes, ma’am.” The driver indicates a retro neon sign spelling out “SMOTHER halfway down the road.
I take in the pink light bulb reflecting off the head of a bald bouncer. With thick arms crossed over his chest, he examines us as we spill out of the cab. I realize that no one else clamors to get into his little establishment.
God, my parents would have flipped out over this place. My old, strict, and really fucking prim parents.
My phone buzzes in my pocket.
“Goddammit,” I mutter, knowing.
“Mom checking on the heiress? Or Dad this time?” Shannon smirks at me. I fumble to get the piece of junk out of my skinny jeans.
Stupid freaking…
“Listen to me,” Destiny says, insistent. “If you just pick up once and tell them you’re fine, they’ll back off. You should have called them as soon as we arrived tonight.”
“Right, because checking in every four hours is normal when your daughter’s in college and about to turn twenty. Every. Four. Hours.”
“At least they let you come with us instead of driving you themselves. And your father could’ve insisted you stay in town for college. Remember they threatened that?”
“Whatever,” I puff out.
“You’re here on their dime too.”
What a low blow—Jesus! Aren’t we supposed to enjoy ourselves? Forget that I’ve spent years in nothing short of a jail?
The heiress. Yeah, right.
“Shut up, Destiny.”
My iPhone takes forever to blink off. God knows why I brought the thing in the first place. I should have left it at the apartment. The only ones with an urge to call tonight would be the parentals anyway.
I breathe out as my gaze meets Micaela’s. For a moment, her eyes glitter with understanding.
“Yeah! Time to party,” she growls, and I adore her for changing the subject. Narrowly avoiding a puddle, she latches onto me so as not to fall. My formerly delirious mood floods back in.
“Absobelutely! Fake IDs?” I stage-whisper to Shannon, our tour hostess.
“Ah, Pan—shush,” Destiny hisses, which Mica finds abnormally funny. She doubles over, howling with laughter.
The bouncer must be deaf; we’re so close, a normal person would hear every word. Or maybe he needs customers? Wait, maybe he doesn’t give a shit. He barely glances at the IDs Shannon hands him before shooing us inside.

I write New Adult fiction with a paranormal twist and don’t shy away from romance and heart-wrenching passion when necessary.

I moved from Norway to the United States in 2001, and the first awesome five years I spent in the San Fernando Valley, Los Angeles. Then I read “The Book,” aka Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil, which spurred my husband and me to move cross country to beautiful Savannah, Georgia.

I’m currently on my seventh year in the Deep South, where I enjoy the heat and the humidity. Besides writing, I spend my time with our “petting zoo” as in an opinionated parrot, a herd of cats that are experts on keyboard shortcuts, and puppies that…uh, bark.

I hold a Master’s degree in languages, with concentrations within literature and linguistics. I taught at college level for a decade before settling in as a graduate adviser at the Savannah College of Art and Design.

Writing is my passion, my joy, and my addiction. When I’m not writing, I read.
Shattering Halos is my debut novel, and its standalone sequel, Stargazer, is due out later this year.

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Tour-wide giveaway (INTL)
  • 50$ Amazon Gift Card
  • Signed copy of Pandora Wild Child
  • 5 eCopies of Shattering Halos

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