The Mutt: An Order Series Short Story by Kasia Bacon #LGBT #Fantasy #RGR Giveaway #Excerpt #Spotlight

It is our pleasure to welcome Kasia Bacon to Rainbow Gold Reviews today. She has brought an excerpt of her new fantasy short story ‘The Mutt’ to share with us and is giving away an e-book copy of the book to one lucky commenter. More info below.

 


Excerpt:

I wanted him from the start. From the very first time I laid eyes on him. Everyone kept talking about him in the days prior to his arrival to the camp, curious about this half-breed born to an influential Elven clan, but brought up by humans. A hybrid. A mutt.

Lochan Féyes.

I was curious as well. Maternal half-breeds such as him were a rarity. They retained all physical qualities of a pureblood and enjoyed, at least in theory, equal social status. Not that discrimination didn’t occur. The real losers in the biracial game were the paternal ones. Considered downright human and non-citizen, they constituted the lowest caste in society.

I wasn’t sure what to expect, but he exceeded my expectations. Later I discovered he had a knack for doing just that.

If I hadn’t known human blood flowed in his veins, I wouldn’t have been able to spot it. The tips of his ears were perhaps less pointy, and his eyes—not as distinctly angular as those of an average Elf.

Even back then, at seventeen, he proved every bit a killer. He made that obvious during the first training session. He was deadly. Calm. Steady. Cold. Disinterested. So self-assured that he seemed arrogant. I wanted to bring him down a peg. Teach him a lesson. Break him. Taste him. Make him beg me to kiss him.

I wanted his attention, but he refused to give it to me.

So I had to find a way to claim it.


Blurb:

I, Ervyn Morryés of the Black Mountain clan, know all about control.

As the only fair-haired Dark Elf in the Highlands, I had to learn to control my fists and my temper in the face of derision.

To become the best archer amongst my peers, I had to learn to control my breathing and my movements.

But the day the half-breed called Lochan Féyes arrived at the training camp, my discipline faltered. Because—sweet gods—when I am around that aloof, blue-eyed assassin, my need is uncontrollable.

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A linguist and an avid reader with a particular fondness for fantasy and paranormal genres, KASIA BACON lives in London with her husband. When not tearing her hair out over a translating project, she writes stories about the shenanigans of emotionally constipated assassins and sexy Elves. Otherwise, she can be found shaking her loins at a Zumba class, binging on anime or admiring throwing knives on Pinterest. She has a mild coffee and lemon tart addiction. A lover of MMA and Muay Thai, she also enjoys nature and the great outdoors. She dreams of becoming independently wealthy, leaving the city and moving into her wooden mini-manor—located in the heart of stunning forests resembling those of the Elven Country depicted in her tales.

 

Find her online at: Website | Twitter: @kasia_bb | Facebook | Pinterest | Email: kasiabacon@gmail.com

 


Comment on this post for your chance to win:

one eBook copy of ‘The Mutt’ by Kasia Bacon

You need to be 18 years or older to participate. Void where prohibited. Etc.

This giveaway will end on March 19, 2017 at 11:59 PM CST. Good Luck!

 

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7 thoughts on “The Mutt: An Order Series Short Story by Kasia Bacon #LGBT #Fantasy #RGR Giveaway #Excerpt #Spotlight

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