Review: Masquerade

Masquerade by Cambria Hebert
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Everything was so much better Before.

Heven lead a charmed life Before. After that night that changed everything, Heven cannot remember what happened and is left with visible and invisible scars. Convinced she’s now a freak, Heven seeks to hide herself, though nothing could hide her from Sam. Mysterious and compelling, Sam forces his way to Heven’s side and shows her she is still beautiful.

But there is darkness watching over both Heven and Sam. As Sam fights to protect Heven, his secret is revealed. This new twist vows to either break their relationship or pull them closer together than they ever imagined.

Told from four different viewpoints, the reader gets to see how Heven and Sam grow and deal with a complex set of emotions, especially for a teenager. There is constant tension within Sam as he struggles each minute to be good enough for Heven, not knowing she’s already fallen for him.

Masquerade is full of real characters with complex emotions trying to make the best of their situations. Daily struggles between ‘good’ and ‘evil’ keep the characters on their toes and the reader turning the pages. Heven and Sam’s whirlwind romance grips you and doesn’t let you go.

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