Charmed New Release and Excerpt

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Please welcome the amazing Cambria Hebert to the page with her new book and amazing cover.

If you haven’t read anything by her yet please run to amazon and get them!

Not only are her covers gorgeous but she is an amazing author.

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Title: Charmed
Series: Death Escorts NOTE: you do NOT have to read Recalled to understand Charmed. You can just read Charmed. Reading Recalled will give you a little more background info though.
Author: Cambria Hebert
Release Date: July 22, 2013
Genre: New Adult Paranormal Romance. ***Note: Due to Sexual content and some language this book is recommended for readers 17+***
Synopsis:

***This is a New Adult book. Due to sexual content and some graphic language this book is recommended for young adults. Mature readers only. 18+ recommended.***

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?

Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/17463583-charmed
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Direct Youtube link: http://youtu.be/7azkIV7FCqM

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CHARMED EXCERPT

Frankie

Sugar. I needed more of it if I was going to make it through this day. The chocolate

croissant and caramel latte I had this morning wasn’t near enough to combat the massive lines,

the noise, and disgruntled people that filled the DMV. Whatever in hell made me think that

working at the Department of Motor Vehicles, here in Alaska, was a good idea?

Maybe it was the good pay. Maybe it was because I got weekends off.

Or maybe it was because I had a moment of temporary insanity that unfortunately

coincided with me saying, “I accept,” when I got offered this job.

Besides the fact that the lines were permanently out the door, the computer systems were

temperamental at best, and my boss was a complete broom rider, my stash of chocolate and Sour

Patch Kids was empty.

That meant someone was going to die today.

I glanced back up at the ninety-year-old woman whose head barely cleared the insanely

high counters we stood behind and tried to hold on to my patience. “Mrs. Eldridge,” I said

extremely loudly. “Like I told you last week, you have to go and get new glasses before I can

renew your driver’s license.”

“I have new glasses,” she insisted.

Lord, save me now.

“You got those ten years ago. You need some from this year.” Or decade I finished

silently.

She shuffled out of the line like a turtle and I took her slowness as a chance to really

search beneath my station and chair for a long-lost piece of sugar. Anything. Even a stray

jellybean would likely find its way into my blood stream at this point. Of course there was

nothing. I briefly considered hiding beneath my desk until five o’clock. My car. I had an

emergency stash in my car. I glanced at my watch. I had another hour until I was able to take a

fifteen-minute break.

A pair of black pumps appeared before me and I inwardly groaned. Just what I needed—

a run-in with the witch. But instead of being greeted by her condescending, screechy tone, an icycold red can appeared before me.

Hallelujah, praise the Lord, it was caffeine and sugar!

I snatched the Coke out of her hand and popped the top, taking a large, satisfying chug.

The bubbles crowded down my throat, slightly burning, and I took another swallow.

“I love you,” I murmured to Lela, the girl who worked right beside me.

She laughed. “I know that look when I see it.” Then she straightened and whispered.

“Witch alert.”

I shot up, my head bumping into the counter on the way. I wanted to shout out in pain,

but I clamped my mouth shut, not wanting to draw the attention of my boss, Satan’s assistant.

I turned back to my line, my eyes colliding with a broad chest. I looked up, and the can

slid out of my hand, hitting the floor with a thud while fizzy liquid poured over my favorite

boots.

I didn’t even notice.

“What the hell are you doing here?” I growled as I looked around for something sharp I

could stab him with.

A thick brow arched. “So is this where you spend your days? As if the DMV isn’t a

horrible enough place to visit without the poor people of Alaska having to tolerate you.”

There wasn’t enough sugar on this planet that would save him. I reached out and picked

up the black phone. If I couldn’t bludgeon him to death here at my place of employment, then I

could at least call the cops. I began dialing, but he reached over and cut the connection.

I slammed the phone down on his hand, which was still pressed on the hang-up button.

Breath hissed between his teeth and his green eyes shot to mine. “Careful, George, you’re

pissing off the wrong man.”

“My name isn’t George.”

He shrugged, pulling his hand away from the phone. “When you have a man’s name,

does it really matter?”

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AUTHOR BIO

Cambria Hebert is the author of the young adult paranormal Heven and Hell series, the new adult Death Escorts series, and the new adult 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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Cambria website: http://www.cambriahebert.com
Youtube Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/CambriaHebert?feature=mhee

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