Cameo By Tanille Edwards *Giveaway
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by Tanille Edwards
New Pop R & B Song “Baby Comeback to Me” by Tanille free with purchase of Cameo. Email us Music@Tanille.com. Cameo by Tanille is your next sinful beach read. Be 17 again! This page turning who done it is packed with mystery, drama, and steam. Nia is a high school beauty who discovers she’s being stalked by someone in a secret underground society. Everyone is suspect. The pressure is mounting and problems are stacking up. Who is behind all of this? Which one of her friends is connected with this secret society? And why?
“I lost your number. I … I thought you were pretty and stuff. …”
Wait a minute. He thought I was pretty even when I had full cheek acne, although I did have a mean blowdry and fly ’70s flip bangs. I couldn’t believe I was becoming one of those superficial girls I disdained just to prove I was too fly for him. By the way, I haven’t used the word “fly” this much since sixth grade. This was going nowhere but down.
“Save it. It’s just fine. We’re seniors. That was a long time ago,” I said.
I could see in his eyes he didn’t believe me. “The economy is in a recession, an undiagnosed recession. That’s a hot topic,” I said.
“Nia, I’m not trying to get you back,” he said.
My mouth dropped. It was like a slap in the face. “We weren’t even dating!” I yelled.
“I just want you to know what happened. I would never not call a girl. Especially one like you. … Look, I lost your number in my locker or something the day of my last final. I just couldn’t find it. I called everyone I knew, but apparently you weren’t social—at least that’s what one of my boys said.”
Jason wanted to say who said it. I could see it in his face. Was he blaming me for him not calling me? Can we say arrogant?!
“So it would have been better for several other boys at school to have my number? Hmm. What kind of girls do you deal with?”
Jason shook his head. “Nah, it’s not like that. That was rude. I’m sorry.”
“So what ideas do you have for the project? Me being a social recluse and all, I don’t get out much. But I do fill up on CNBC. What’s your source? Sports Illustrated?” I said.
“I didn’t think of any on the way here,” he said, disappointed that his lack of a topic suggestion proved me right, that he was behind the ball.
My eyes searched his face. I had promised myself I wouldn’t be a jaded cliché. You know, girl’s boyfriend breaks up with her, and girl hates all boys. He was looking at me but not the way I wanted him to. “I was wrong,” I said.
“That was big of you.”
Now I was the one who was shocked. That was something I would totally say. I laughed lightly under my breath.
“Um … I’ll do some research on the current economic conditions. … Gas prices, retail sales, stock market points,” Jason said.
“I’ll check into real estate prices, analyst opinions, and federal reserve interest rate news,” I said.
He was taking detailed notes. He looked at me, then down at my hands, as if he expected me to do the same.
“Let’s say we’ll collect one year’s worth of research,” I added.
“All right.” He sighed as if he was relieved. “I’ll do some tonight.”
“Me, too,” I said. I pushed my chair back, and he flew out of his seat. He pulled my seat out a little more.
“I got it,” he said.
“It’s already out.”
He held his hand out.
“I can get out of my seat by myself. This isn’t 1890.”
Yet again he looked at me, disappointed.
AUTHOR Bio and Links:
Tanille is the co-author and creator of the children’s green book series “Jordan & Justine’s Weekend Adventures.” She is also the author of the new media young adult novels with music “Cameo by Tanille,” and “Broken by Tanille.”
The Undercover Starlet Journal is a title Tanille created to inspire young women and has extended Undercover Starlet into brand extensions that appear throughout her novels.
Tanille has been writing music and books since age 16. She earned an MBA at 21 and graduated magna cum laude.
Readers of her latest young adult romance novel “Broken by Tanille” get free music downloads of her new Pop R&B hits “All of Me,” “Feel It,” “Baby Comeback to Me,” “It’s Not Okay,” and “What’s a Girl to Do” all written, performed and co-produced by Tanille.
The Undercover Starlet Reading Project is a new project we’ve launched, tasked with inspiring young teens in urban communities to reads and express themselves. We are committed to going above and beyond to reach youth with inspiring messages.
Buy Cameo by Tanille on Amazon Now: http://www.amazon.com/Cameo-Tanille-Edwards/dp/0978730224/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1412557822&sr=8-1&keywords=cameo+by+tanille
Tanille will be awarding a $15 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn winner via rafflecopter during the tour, and a $15 Amazon or B/N GC to a randomly drawn host.