Today I'm thrilled to be taking part in the blog tour for Tiny Glitches by Rebecca Chastain, I'll be posting my review later today but this is a brilliantly fun paranormal romance that I thoroughly enjoyed and can highly recommend to anyone looking for a light hearted and hilarious read.
About Tiny Glitches:
Dodging repeated attempts on her life made by ruthless corporations hunting the elephant is easier for Eva than quelling her growing affection for Hudson, and while protecting an elephant is hard, controlling her curse is a lot harder. However, Eva must do both, because if she lets her emotions free and falls in love with Hudson, neither of them will survive.
Enchanting and quirky, TINY GLITCHES fuses electrifying romance and high-voltage suspense in a rollicking adventure.
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Amazon (UK): http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B017Z9NROY
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Extract from Tiny Glitches by Rebecca Chastain
(Posted with permission from the author)
The trailer rocked, the heavy metal frame groaning in protest. The trailer wasn’t wide, and before the baby elephant could stampede more than four steps, it mashed against me, pinning me to the wall. I scrunched my toes in my open sandals and braced for a mauling. The elephant flapped her ears and the hem of my skirt fluttered. My eyes popped open.
“Good elephant, you don’t want to hurt me,” I said, wriggling to the side. “Please don’t eat me.”
“I think elephants are vegetarians,” Hudson said, coming into view at the open back of the trailer. He stepped inside and pulled the door shut behind him.
“It looks hungry. Maybe it’s starved beyond reason. And look at those feet. It could cripple me with a single step. Oh God, what are you doing?”
The elephant snuffled me with her trunk. I backed up as far as my handcuffed wrist would allow. She followed. The moist tip of the trunk prodded my knee below the line of my skirt and beelined for third base. Dirty sandpaper skin scraped up my naked thigh.
“No! No, no, no, no. Bad elephant!” I twisted and thrust my butt away from the elephant, the tendons in my shackled arm radiating fiery pain from my bruised wrist to my shoulder. Doubled over as I was, if the wild elephant charged, she’d slam into my solar plexus and rip my arm clean off.
The elephant’s trunk reversed direction and constricted around my ankle. I squeaked. Bright brown eyes lifted to my face. The trunk tip released me to molest the straps of my sandals. I shimmied to the side, easing the pressure on my arm.
“That’s a good elephant. Keep your trunk to yourself and I’ll—eep!”
The elephant swung her head to look at Hudson, pivoting on a back foot, rocking the trailer. It took me a moment to recognize the incongruous sound.
“You’re laughing? Now?” With my ass in the air and my body contorted painfully around an unpredictable killing machine, he had the audacity to laugh? Shooting Hudson a glare, I squeezed between the elephant and the wall of the trailer and straightened, sidling closer to the bar I was handcuffed to. The man had great crow’s-feet when he grinned, the bastard.
To celebrate the release of Tiny Glitches Rebecca Chastain is giving away a $25 Amazon voucher. You can enter using the rafflecopter form below. The winner will be announced via Rafflecopter and they will be contacted directly by Rebecca or her representative to arrange sending the prize.
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