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Sneak Peak of Masquerade by Cambria Hebert

Sneak Peak of Masquerade by Cambria Hebert

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Published by Elisandra Franzmann
Before. Everything was so much better Before. I wasn’t haunted by nightmares, my place at school was secure and my face was flawless. Now, I’m a freak and everything has changed. The worst part is that I can’t remember the night I was sentenced to the shadows. The memory has been stolen from me and I just can’t shake the feeling that someone, something is out there -watching.

Just when I think I have my life handled, Sam, with his intimidating golden stare and shiver inducing voice, makes me realize that I don’t know anything. He makes me see that my scars don’t matter. That they never mattered. I can’t help but fall for him, completely unknowing that he knows exactly how I got this way. Not knowing he was involved.

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Heven has no idea how closely death stalks her. She has no idea what I have done to keep her alive. I fear the day she learns my secrets, finds out what I really am. But even then I cannot stop, I vow to make things right. Finally her hunter will be hunted, Heaven and Hell, faith and sin will battle, and we will be victorious. But first, Heven must learn to be what she never imagined. I know her strength is there – I feel it. If we are to overcome all odds, she must push past her flaws - her frailties - to become much more.
Before. Everything was so much better Before. I wasn’t haunted by nightmares, my place at school was secure and my face was flawless. Now, I’m a freak and everything has changed. The worst part is that I can’t remember the night I was sentenced to the shadows. The memory has been stolen from me and I just can’t shake the feeling that someone, something is out there -watching.

Just when I think I have my life handled, Sam, with his intimidating golden stare and shiver inducing voice, makes me realize that I don’t know anything. He makes me see that my scars don’t matter. That they never mattered. I can’t help but fall for him, completely unknowing that he knows exactly how I got this way. Not knowing he was involved.

***

Heven has no idea how closely death stalks her. She has no idea what I have done to keep her alive. I fear the day she learns my secrets, finds out what I really am. But even then I cannot stop, I vow to make things right. Finally her hunter will be hunted, Heaven and Hell, faith and sin will battle, and we will be victorious. But first, Heven must learn to be what she never imagined. I know her strength is there – I feel it. If we are to overcome all odds, she must push past her flaws - her frailties - to become much more.

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Published by: Elisandra Franzmann on Dec 11, 2011
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06/05/2014

 
 
 
 Masquerade 
(Heven and Hell #1)
 
Copyright 2011 Cambria Hebert This is a work of fiction. Names, characters, places, brands, media, and incidents are either the product of the author's imagination or are used fictitiously. Any similarity to persons living or dead is purelycoincidental.  All rights reserved. Without limiting the rights under copyright reserved above, no part of this publicationmay be reproduced, stored in or introduced into a retrieval system, or transmitted, in any form, or by anymeans (electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise) without the prior written permission of both the copyright owner and the above publisher of this book.Published by Otherworld Publications
http://otherworldpublications.com/
 
 
 Chapter One
Heven 
The street was dark and deserted. I wished, not for the first time, that I had a car. But I didn’t,and I’d spent too long in the library, so now I had to walk home in the dark. It was a clear night,and there were a million stars nestled in the sky, twinkling brightly alongside the moon. I wasnearly home, my street just yards away. The night was quiet, exaggerating the sound my heelswere making on the pavement. Usually, I liked the clicking sound; it made me feel womanly, andit announced my arrival. However, at this moment, it seemed I shouldn’t announce my presence.I slowed slightly, gentling my steps and glanced to my right at a wooded, overgrown lot. Iimagined something hiding in the brush, watching. I laughed a little at my silliness, butquickened my pace. This time, allowing my heels to slap loudly on the pavement, hoping thesound would ward off any animals that might be around. Behind me I sensed movement andwhirled around to confront it.There was nothing there.I began walking again. I’d walked this street many times, I knew it was safe.Wasn’t it?Just as I passed an empty lot, I heard some rustling and turned back. Something was definitelythere, a dark shape unfurling from the weeds.

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