Wednesday, August 24, 2011

Indian Summer Blog Tour - Guest Post by author Emily Cale




Welcome to my stop at the Indian Summer Blog Tour!

I am very excited to have the author of Indian Summer - Emily Cale - coming by with the guest post!
I read Indian Summer and I loved the book! You can read my review of Indian Summer here.

Ladies and gentlemen, please give a warm welcome to Emily Cale, the author of Indian Summer!

Indian Summer

by Emily Cale

I hate to be the one to tell you this, but India might not be the place for you. See, there are plenty of creepy critters and scary places that might keep you from enjoying yourself. So you can be prepared, I thought I’d give you a breakdown.


Snakes: Yep, plenty of them. For the most part, they leave you alone as long as you aren’t bugging them (you weren’t planning to shove sticks into their holes were you?). Of course, India has a few very poisonous ones, like kraits. You might not run into one, but, Cara and Jai do. Perhaps you should read the book to find out what you should and shouldn’t do if you were to encounter one.

Spiders: Really big ones. I’m more than capable of killing the little ones myself or even letting them live (they kill other creepy bugs), but some of these get as big as my foot. Sandals and trying to crush giant spiders is NOT a good mix. Of course, if you spot one, you’d probably run. If you aren’t scared but your partner is, Cara plays a little trick on Jai that gets his heart pumping hard.

Cramped spaces: Anytime you visit a monument or fort, I can guarantee there will be winding staircases that are just wide enough for one person to squeeze through. Add that to the fact that the people in front of you will move so slow you’ll swear they aren’t actually moving and your claustrophobia will kick in instantly. Of course, if you’re busy chasing down wild animals, you won’t have time to visit all the tourist attractions. You might have to hide out in some tight spaces though.

Traffic: Are you a nervous passenger? I gasp (and sometimes scream) when I’m riding with someone who doesn’t put their breaks on until the last minute. Traffic in India seems to have only a couple of rules, and I pretty sure those are only suggestions. My best suggestion is to make your peace before you get in the car. I’d say buckle up, but most vehicles don’t have seatbelts. Hold on, and hope that you don’t wind up on the side of the road.


Still want to visit India? Well, you should. It is beautiful and filled with more amazing things than you can possibly imagine. Plane tickets too expensive? Indian Summer provides a good description of one area of the country. Bonus: no spiders, snakes, cramped spaces, or car accidents.



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Indian Summer Blurb:

Excited to return to field work, Dr. Cara Newman arrives in India ready for a new experience. She'll stop at nothing to make sure her plans to find the nearly extinct Indian wild dog go exactly as she imagines. What she isn't ready for is Jai.

Jai Subramanium isn't sure his new partner is up to the challenge. After years behind a desk, she might not be capable of dealing with the difficulties of navigating the terrain and surviving hours under an unbearably hot sun. What he doesn't expect is the uncontrollable passion between them.

Their forbidden romance isn't the only thing at risk, a group of hunters threaten the lone dog, and places Cara and Jai's relationship and careers in jeopardy.

You can buy Indian Summer here:


Emily Cale Author Bio

Emily Cale spent the majority of her childhood as a visitor to the worlds of her favorite authors. With encouragement from her English teachers, she put pen to paper and began imagining her own stories. Preferring the fascinating lives of her characters, she majored in creative writing. When not lost in a manuscript or a good book, she enjoys crocheting, rock climbing, and playing board games. She currently lives in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, with her husband and a very spoiled cat

Giveaway:
You can win an e-copy of Indian Summer here! Emily Cale has been so kind to give one ebook of Indian Summer to one of my readers.

Please leave a comment why you would like to win this book! It's that easy!!!
Don't forget to add your email addy, so I can contact you in case you win!
Giveaway will run until the end of the blog tour, that is until 27th of August. Winner will be announced on August 28th.

Good luck!






There will be giveaway of 10$ Gift Card and swag from All Romance eBooks! So you keep following the tour and in the final destination you will have the possibility to win!

Thank you for visiting my stop at the Indian Summer Blog Tour! The next stop will be at Reviews By Molly on Thursday, 25th of August.
 
Happy reading!

7 comments:

  1. This book looks interesting, I'd love to read it.

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  2. Krysykat, thanks for coming by! Indian Summer was a good read!

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