Cover Reveal | Path Of Thieves | Sunniva Dee | Giveaway included in the end

Football hero by day and thief by night, Charles “Cugs” McConnely leads a double life in the small town of Newbark, Florida. At sundown, the seventeen-year-old turns burglar, forced into the business by the man who should be teaching him the difference between right and wrong: his father.

Cugs is a pro at both games, but only one can secure him a college scholarship. It should be an easy decision, a no-brainer—if Newbark hadn’t proffered the only life he knows.

After run-ins with Nadine Paganelli, his accidental victim and the sole person to have caught him in the act, Cugs starts to realize that hearts can be stolen too.
When his long-lost sister makes contact, lies are uncovered and truths revealed. Suddenly, Cugs finds himself questioning both plans and loyalties. Because sometimes the only way to move forward is by pulling the bottom out of the past.

Between studies, teaching, and advising, Sunniva has spent her entire adult life in a college environment. Most of her novels are new adult romance geared toward smart, passionate readers with a love for eclectic language and engaging their brain as well as their heart while reading.
Born in the Land of the Midnight Sun, the author spent her early twenties making the world her playground. Southern Europe: Spain, Italy, Greece--Argentina: Buenos Aires, in particular. The United States finally kept her interest, and after half a decade in Los Angeles, she now lounges in the beautiful city of Savannah.
Sometimes, Sunniva writes with a paranormal twist (Shattering Halos, Stargazer, and Cat Love). At other times, it's contemporary (Pandora Wild Child, Leon's Way, Adrenaline Crush, Walking Heartbreak, and Dodging Trains, coming in late March 2016).
This author is the happiest when her characters let their emotions run off with them, shaping her stories in ways she never foresaw. She loves bad-boys and good-boys run amok, and like in real life, her goal is to keep the reader on her toes until the end of each story.

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Excertp from "Path Of Thieves"
"We’re on the football field, and the bleachers are filled with family and friends in their finest getups. On a bench at midfield sit Nadine, my father, and Step-Cynth. I looked away from Step-Cynth this morning, half dressed as she was in some new pink outfit with thin straps that kept falling off the shoulders. Now she’s decent. At least the top half of her. The bottom half shows a lot of thigh and heels that say… Never mind. 

Nadine’s graduation was last weekend. She was third in her class, and her parents think she should study medicine. My girl doesn’t agree. She knows what she wants, she says. She might “go the midwife route” when the time is right too, supposedly. When is the time right for that stuff? 

I try to concentrate when the principal talks. Her voice booms through the microphone, a slight feedback twisting her words. Bear slouches at my side with Liza’s hand in his. She’s crying. Hasn’t stopped since we came here much too early this morning. 

Liza’s plans are to follow her boyfriend, who’s been signed to the Gators for a long time now. She’ll study whatever, she tells us. “Undecided,” her admissions ticket says. 

I scrunch my eyes closed thinking of mine. Which says nothing. I have been accepted to a few colleges, but without an athletic scholarship, there’s no way I can commit to going anywhere. 

I’ve talked with old Al at the hardware store. He nodded at my suggestion of starting there on an unpaid internship over the summer. After that, if Ben in Tools & Paint executes his plan of trying out the fish factories in Alaska, I’ll be in with an actual salary. 

I glance up and catch Nadine’s eye on the other side of Step-Cynth. She knows too much. She can’t even look at my father. In the time I’ve known her, she’s barely exchanged a word with him. Thankfully, he’s unaware that my girlfriend is dying for me to never have to see his face again. 

Marla adjusts the microphone, beaming out at us fellow graduates and waving at her proud parents, the director of our bank and the high school principal herself. “Graduation is one of the most important milestones in a person’s life.” 

I should be grateful to have three people sitting on those bleachers for me. If it weren’t for Nadine, I wouldn’t have cared about my grades once my football future fell apart. 

“…a world of new dreams and aspirations. It is after your graduation that you…” Marla throws her hair back in the slight breeze, performing for the masses. 

I screwed up. Dad helped me do that. But I’m excited for Bear. It’s not hard to read the quiet happiness in his eyes now that his future is right in front of him."

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