Sunday, October 13, 2013

Review: Charmed (Death Escorts #2) by Cambria Hebert


Prince Charming is not so charming and his princess is sassy. Charming has worked for the Grim Reaper (G.R.) for a really long time and accumulated a lot of money and power. He’s selfish and totally a butthead. Frankie’s best friend, Piper from book #1 of The Death Escorts Series, stars in this fun, sometimes dark novel by Cambria Hebert. Compared to the first novel in the series, Charmed is full of smoldering looks, angst ridden love/lust, and sexy times.

Charming is charged with killing the ultimate hard to kill client. G.R. is out to get him after he failed his last mission to babysit Dexter from book one. Frankie gets herself into trouble (a lot) and ends up mixed up in Charming’s plot to whack the senators daughter. She poses as Charming’s sister which is fairly awkward throughout the whole book as they try not to make out the majority of the time.

Frankie was quite different from Piper from book one, but I appreciated that the author carried on with familiar character and their stories. There isn’t a dramatic time lapse between novels and it’s easy to see where the story took off. Learning the true grit of Charming’s story was sad and made me not hate him anymore- he was such a louse in book one! Frankie is sassy, goofy, fun, and always poking her nose into trouble. They make a good couple and I hope more novels will follow in this series.


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Cambria Hebert is the author of the young adult paranormal Heven and Hell series and the Death Escorts 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