My debut novel GUESTLIST is coming out on March 27th. But then again, you already knew this.

I know you’re excited and can’t wait to read it. Hell, I’m excited for you. Though I’ve already given you a small peek into the world inhabited by Juliet, Swann, Ava, Sharane, Mare, and Napoleon Fey, I know that you’re hankerin’ for more.

Today, you get to read a passage from the point of view of Juliet, the novel’s main character. Check it out below.

“I didn’t bring any money,” Mare said. “So if we don’t get in by midnight, what are we going to do?”

“I don’t know what you’re going to do,” Sharane said, her face scrunched up in disdain. “Juliet and I will be inside having a good time. Why didn’t you bring any money?”

“I didn’t think I’d need to,” Mare said. “Not with free entry and open bar.”

“You’re a dumb bitch,” Sharane said. “You need at least twenty dollars, cash, on your person at all times. What if you need to take a cab home?”

Mare didn’t say anything.

Sharane rolled her eyes. “You’re a dumb bitch.”

“If it comes to that, Mare, I got you.” Juliet often wondered how and why these two women became friends. It seemed they fought more than anything, and she got the feeling that Sharane forced Mare into some kind of competition. But whatever, that was those two. Sharane wouldn’t bully Juliet around like that—fuck that.

Oh oh ohhhhhh! Do we have a little conflict here? Perhaps! Feel free to post your thoughts and feedback in the comment below. But to find out what’s really happening, you’ll have to read the book.

GUESTLIST drops on Tuesday, March 27, and will be available in paperback and for Kindle, Nook, and iPad.

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