Lovely and Lethal Blog Tour: Elegantly Wasted by C. Elizabeth Vescio

Posted by on Jun 17, 2013 in Cara Elizabeth, Genres, Map to Self Publishing, New Adult, Reading | 4 comments

Lovely and Lethal Blog Tour: Elegantly Wasted by C. Elizabeth Vescio

Welcome to day one of the Lovely and Lethal Blog Tour!

In case you missed, fellow Muse Cara (published as C. Elizabeth Vescio) has a book out called Elegantly Wasted. It’s published by a small press called Luna Station Press and the book is fantastic! It’s a new adult book and it contains a snarky, female main character who has recently become an assassin. I’m telling you, it’s brilliant. With that said, the Lovely & Lethal blog tour kicks off today. Check out the listing below for where you can follow along and a little more about the book. Lovely & Lethal Blog Tour

 Elegantly Wasted Blog Tour Stops

June 17: Pen and Muse: Kick-off!

June 18th: Let’s Get Nerdy

June 22nd: YA Stands

June 23rd: Left to Write

June 24th: Jolie Hudson

July 25th: Krista Newport

June 26th: Refreshingly Riki

June 27th: Deadly Ever After

June 28th: Almost There

June 29th: Jessi Shakarian

June 29th: Jen Greyson

June 30th: Misadventures in Bookland

July 1st: Pen and Muse


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About Elegantly Wasted

On the eve of her high school graduation, proper socialite Francesca “Frankie” Fairholm rebelled against her elitist and controlling family to pursue the dark lifestyle of a contract killer for the enigmatic Osiris Corporation. Years later, with her training complete, she believes she’s doomed to the life of a sociopathic lone gun until a botched hit brings two unlikely allies, her cousins Addison and Katharine. Using Katharine’s etiquette school, Elegance, Inc., as a front, the trio weave through Frankie’s dark underworld, carrying out contracts, drinking too much wine, and trying not to get each other killed. Trouble follows the team home when the death of the cruel Fairholm matriarch reveals more than they ever wanted to know about their family. As the funeral preparations play out, the trio begin to realize there is much more to their employer than meets the eye and their family connections run deeper than they ever imagined.

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About C. Elizabeth Vescio

C. Elizabeth VescioJack of all trades and stereotypical black sheep, Cara has been writing somewhat dark and morbid since that teen angst hit somewhere in the early 90’s- probably because her dad was a mortician. After pursuing a degree in English, she changed gears to photography and design in 2006… although she kept penning stories for fun while reading the works of Edgar Allen Poe, Oscar Wilde and Hemingway (whom she adores even though he was a huge douche canoe). In 2009, her life shifted considerably and she found herself writing Elegantly Wasted- helping her sort out a bunch of stupid feelings and other lame stuff. She enjoys cynical debates, cupcakes, making her mother-in-law sew her aprons that she never wears, zombies, the Fifth Element and Tomb Raider. She gathers her life inspirations from Neil Gaiman, Julia Child and Paul Simon. When she isn’t out photographing her next project, she’s studying color, concept and design or writing stuff down in hopes it makes sense one day… or she’s on Pinterest. Cara lives in Las Vegas with her husband, John and their three genetically altered dogs all of which have personal vendettas for the guy who cleans the pool.   Cara on Goodreads Cara on Twitter Cara contributes to: Pen and Muse


  1. I’m so excited! Love Elegantly Wasted!

  2. This is amazing. So fucking classy. Love Cara. Love her book. Love this. Love everything.

  3. thanks! you guys are the best ^_^

  4. This is awesome! Love the book & Cara. Can’t wait for EW2 to come out!


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