Friday, May 31, 2013

Virtual Review Tour: The Complete Lily Lansing by Bastian Caldwell

Congratulations to Eva M., winner of the prize for commenting.

Goddess Fish Promotions is organizing a Virtual REVIEW ONLY Tour for The Complete Lily Lansing by Bastian Caldwell, a Women's Contemporary Fiction available now from Wild Child Publishing. The tour will run July 15 - 19, 2013 and the book is available in PDF format.

Bastian will be awarding a $10 Wild Child GC to a randomly drawn commenter during the tour.

Lilike Avrill Lansing is damaged. She is also unemployed, barely surviving a loveless marriage, and hiding a secret so painful that it’s eating her alive.

The damage began when, as a student, Lily, inhabited a unique and dangerous world: Whitman College. Located in a small city with big murder and crime rates, it is nothing like the suburb she was raised in. But the harsh city is not nearly as dangerous as the predators that roam the Whitman campus, preying on innocence and leaving a trail of ravaged souls in their wake.

The damage culminates ten years later at a dinner party where in the span of an evening Lily destroys her marriage and alienates her friends. She finally realizes that she must tell everyone the truth about what really happened during her years at Whitman. But can her marriage, her friendships, survive the truth?

The Complete Lily Lansing takes you on an emotional and often humorous journey as Lily struggles to make peace with the past and embrace the present. Along for the ride are Erica, Lily’s movie buff best friend, and Petra, the girl in college who was known more for her bad reputation then her grade point average.

The novel touches lightly on contemporary issues like feminism, anorexia, relationships and sex, while conveying the positive message that honesty, laughter, friends, and watching the movie Gone With The Wind can fix anything.

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