on July 22nd 2013
Source: Gifted from a friend
Life or Death? Not many people would choose death. But what if death chooses you? What if death doesn’t mean the end of your life, but the beginning?
For a Death Escort, death is life. Death is your paycheck. Death is your job.
And Charming is the best Escort the Grim Reaper has ever had.
But when you piss off the Reaper, being the best doesn’t matter. So Charming is assigned a Target who is practically impossible to kill. He knows the Reaper hopes he fails—that he’s counting on it. So Charming vows to prove him wrong. He vows to make the kill.
But someone else vows to get in his way. Someone with a big mouth, a sugar habit, and blond hair. Someone who makes his heart start beating again.
And so Charming is left holding more than one person’s fate in the palm of his hand. He thought the choice would be easy, that there really wasn’t a question at all.
He was wrong.
Life or Death?
I read Recalled a few months ago and I absolutely loved it. It had one of those endings that you weren’t sure to be happy or sad. I have so much respect for an author that can bring out such strong emotions like that from a book. I was so excited to learn about Charmed from her website.
Anna from Read Between the Lines and I actually had a conversation about this. I was telling her how much I loved Recalled but was kinda bummed that it wasn’t steamier. That was a mistake on my part since I just automatically assumed since it was NA. Anyway, Anna was saying that all of her other books are YA and she didn’t think she’d ever write something that steamy. Well, Anna, we were dead wrong LOL. The romance in Charmed robbed me of breath. Seriously! Charming is a force to be reckoned with. That man is so sexy that it’s sinful. The best part is that he wasn’t the only star of the story. Frankie is my girl! She is so funny and I had a blast reading this story. It was amazing to see Charming turn into the man that he is in the end. I’m also glad that it didn’t end like Recalled. I think I would have really punched Cambria next time I saw her LOL.
It was great to see a different Death Escort at work since Recalled touched on all the basics. The characters were so different from one book to the next. The best part is that book ended satisfactorily but open ended, like there could be another story. I don’t know how she would swing that one but I’d so be down to read that!
Cambria Hebert is a latte sipping author of the Heven & Hell series, the Death Escorts series, and the Take It Off series. She loves a caramel latte, hates math and is afraid of chickens (yes, chickens). She went to college for a bachelor’s degree, couldn’t pick a major and ended up with a degree in cosmetology. So rest assured her characters will always have good hair. She currently lives in North Carolina with her husband and children (both human and furry) where she is plotting her next book. You can find out more about Cambria and her work by visiting http://www.cambriahebert.com
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