Recalled (Death Escorts #1)
Author: Cambria Hebert
Genre: New Adult Romance with paranormal, thriller and mystery elements
Release Date: February 15, 2013
Love or Death? A simple question really. The choice seems obvious. But. What if you never knew love, what if your life was spent just trying to survive? What if you knew your fate before you were fully grown?
And then you died.
And you were given another chance. A better chance.
This new life depended upon one thing: your job. And so you agreed. You thought it would be simple. You thought it would be cut and dry.
It never is.
And now you are left holding the fate of someone else in the palm of your hand and you have to make the ultimate choice.
Love or Death?
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“Secret - Something kept hidden from others or known only to oneself or to a few.”
He wanted to know my secrets. I almost told him. I almost told him everything. Lying out there in the Alaskan snow hadn’t been cold. It was warm. We’d never been that close before. Sure, I always felt a little pull between us, but tonight it seemed stronger I felt like I might get a glimpse of the man he seemed to hide.
I almost admitted my secrets. I thought about it. But I knew in that moment I wouldn’t be able to stop at one. They all would’ve come tumbling out of my mouth. The way he looked at me through the dark… I could feel his stare. And even though my hands were gloved, I swear I could feel the heat of his skin against mine.
For a moment, when he touched my cheek, I thought he might kiss me, lay his lips upon mine, and that the northern lights would’ve become just background to the show of colors and feelings swirling within me.
But something held him back. Just as something held me back.
I wasn’t quite sure what it was, but I wanted to find it. I wanted to erase it so the only thing between us was the beating of our hearts and the barrier of our skin.
I knew what held me back was the missing pieces of the puzzle that was Dex, but the more I got to know him, the harder it was to remember I was trying to piece him together. I was beginning not to care about the things I didn’t know. I was beginning to only think about the things I did know.
He said he felt as if he were competing with the man who died. That might have been true in the beginning, but now the tides were turning. What Dex didn’t seem to realize was that everything else was beginning to have to compete with him.
And he was winning.
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