Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Review: Masquerade

Masquerade by Cambria Hebert

My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Please note: I read this book in December 2011 from a copy provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. I just wanted to add that disclosure and update my formatting.

My Synopsis: Heven used to be popular, a cheerleader, beautiful … all that was Before. Then she was attacked and left with scars on her face – now she hides herself behind her hair, inside hoodies, under baggy clothes. She tries not to be noticed. Then he comes to school – Sam. Tall, muscular, gorgeous – and he wants to be with her. But he holds mysteries – has he told her the truth about who he is? Can she live with that truth when it comes out?

My Thoughts: “Masquerade” is Cambria Hebert’s first published novel, although she’s had a couple short stories released recently as well: “Whiteout” and “Before,” which is the prequel to “Masquerade.” This may be her first published novel, but it is obvious she has been honing her skills for a good while – the plot flows smoothly, the characters are well developed, the twists and turns come without warning. All in all it is a great story and one that fans of paranormal books should all love. If you haven’t yet experienced the “Masquerade,” you need to do so … now.

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