22 pages is NOT enough!
Darn you Becca!
“Pulled” is a short story in Becca Campbell’s Flawed series and the only complaint I have is that it’s TOO SHORT!
I want more! And I’m sure you will too!
She give us just enough of these new characters to whet our appetite and then she yanks the rug out of from under her reader.
Hopefully, we will see the characters again soon in one of the other novels planned for her Flawed series!
You can find this short novella for Kindle and Nook and I’m told it will shortly be available on iTunes as well.
The story is not a continuation of Becca’s first book in the Flawed series, “Empath”. It is a stand-alone side story in that same universe. We meet Juniper, a “runaway” foster child and Becca gives us just enough background to make us want more.
She also introduces us to several other characters who are “gifted” – like many of the characters we met in “Empath”.
It may be labeled YA and it may be a story about an 8 year old girl but Becca caught me with the very first sentence – which would be why I was so shocked at the sudden ending. I’m sure that was part of her evil plan…lol
All told, a most intriguing story and well worth the sticker price of $.99
Don’t miss it! And watch for Becca’s next story in the Flawed series: “Outsider”
What GoodReads has to say about “Pulled :
Eight-year-old Juniper has been labeled many things—troubled kid, orphan, runaway—but none of her foster families have known what she really is: a girl with a unique and brutally inconvenient ability to teleport.
Her spontaneous jumps are not only beyond her control, they get her into trouble. When Juniper disappears, no one believes her wild stories, so she’s stopped trying to convince them.
One day when Juniper gets pulled away, finding her way back is harder than ever. Stranded on the side of a deserted highway, she must rely on her own instincts to determine who is a creepy stranger and who she can trust.
Resourcefulness may get her home, but is getting home enough when you don’t have parents that love you?
Juniper knows something most people don’t: there are others like her with unexplained abilities. Until now, she’s exercised stranger-danger caution, but maybe these people can offer what she needs.
Will Juniper find a family she can share her secrets with?
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