Published by Harry N. Abrams on March 7th 2017
Tourmaline Harris’s life hit pause at fifteen, when her mom went to prison because of Tourmaline’s unintentionally damning testimony. But at eighteen, her home life is stable, and she has a strong relationship with her father, the president of a local biker club known as the Wardens.
Virginia Campbell’s life hit fast-forward at fifteen, when her mom “sold” her into the services of a local lawyer: a man for whom the law is merely a suggestion. When Hazard sets his sights on dismantling the Wardens, he sends in Virginia, who has every intention of selling out the club—and Tourmaline. But the two girls are stronger than the circumstances that brought them together, and their resilience defines the friendship at the heart of this powerful debut novel.
Hello Wonderlings, and welcome to Of Wonderland‘s first blog tour participation!
I am absolutely delighted to be hosting today’s stop-off for Sarah Nicole Lemon’s debut Done Dirt Cheap. This book is adrenaline, fury and speed all wrapped in one delightfully blue package, with a sprinkle of badass, kick-butt girls who don’t mind causing a little trouble every now and again.
For this tour stop, I’m sharing a playlist I put together of music I listened to/thought of whilst reading Done Dirt Cheap. Of course, Fall Out Boy and Imagine Dragons make an appearance, because FOB always reminds me of speeding down the motorway with the wind in my hair and adrenaline pumping in my veins. *insert heart-eyes here*
So with some Lana del Rey, Fall Out Boy and Imagine Dragons under your belt, you are sufficiently equipped to enter the world of Done Dirt Cheap, and to meet our heroines Tourmaline Harris and Virginia Campbell! Don’t forget to hop on over to Beth’s blog tomorrow for more DDC shenanigans.
Also, don’t forget to check out Sarah’s playlist and Abrams&Chronicle’s playlist, too:
Have you read Done Dirt Cheap? Do you want to? Let me know in the comments below, and thanks so much for stopping by! <3
About the Author
Born and raised in the Appalachians, Sarah Nicole Lemon spent the first fifteen years of her life doing nothing but reading and playing outside and has yet to outgrow either. Writing allows her to do both on a professional level. When not writing, you can find her drinking iced coffee in a half-submerged lawn chair near her home in southern Maryland.