#Selfie by Cambria Hebert

Title: #Selfie 
Series: Hashtag Series #4 
This is not a standalone
Release date: May 18, 2015 
Genre: New adult college romance 
Author: Cambria Hebert 
Format: Ebook and Paperback


It’s all about the #Selfie.
She was the one girl I never wanted.
Until I had her.
One night.
One mistake.
Something we both wanted to forget.
I got rid of the proof. The one piece of evidence that could remind us both.
At least, I thought I did.
When it shows up on the school Buzzfeed, rumors fly. Friendships are tested and the feels get real.
I don’t do relationships. I don’t open my heart.
Especially for a girl everyone knows I hate.
What happens during spring break, stays in spring break.
Until it follows you home.


Cambria Hebert
owned by Cambria Hebert
Do not
didn’t think. I just reacted.
leapt over the railing with ease. The distance down and the uneven sand I would
be landing on didn’t even cross my mind.
didn’t matter.
landed like a cat, no trouble at all, and the second my feet hit the sand, I
moved forward. Ivy was almost beneath the deck, but not quite. Her back was to
me and she was sitting up, hunched forward over part of herself.
was muttering some pretty damn colorful curse words beneath her breath, and my
face split into a smile. “Another angry crab attack you?”
stiffened and looked over her shoulder. Long blond hair cascaded down her back
and partially over her shoulder, creating a waterfall around her.
she was beautiful.
No. No, she wasn’t.
cleared my throat.
She glanced up, surprised. “Did you jump down here?”
you screamed like you might be dying,” I quipped.
She tried to roll her eyes, but it turned into a grimace. “I need a Band-Aid,”
she said pathetically.
bit back a smile and crouched down beside her. “Let me see.”
leaned back a little so her body wasn’t blocking my view. The movement brought
her closer against me, and the scent of cinnamon wrapped around me. My stomach
muscles tightened and I jerked slightly. There was no way she could have
noticed, but her head tilted back and her eyes found mine.
stared at each other for the span of a few heartbeats, neither of us moving or
saying a word until someone called down from above, wanting to know if we were
blinked, bringing myself back from the edge—the edge I always seemed perched on
around her—and motioned for her to show me what was wrong.
lifted her foot into her lap, and I looked down.
heard myself mutter something, but I was back to not thinking again.
had the cap of a beer bottle sticking out of the bottom of her foot. Blood
oozed out around it and dripped into the sand.
cradled her foot in my hand and gently stroked my thumb along her heel. A
shudder moved through her, and I glanced up.
huh?” I murmured.
blinked. “Uh…” She blinked again. “Yeah.”
one hand, I reached around to the base of my neck and pulled my T-shirt up over
my head. I didn’t say anything when I reached for her again, and without any
warning, I yanked the cap free.
breath hissed between her teeth and she smacked my arm.
I snapped.
hurt!” she yelled, but it came out more like a whimper.
tossed the cap over my shoulder and glanced back down. Fresh blood welled.
“It’s over now,” I said gently and used my shirt to wrap around her foot.
the shirt was in place, I pressed her foot between my hands, applying a little
I just wasn’t ready to let go.
Her voice caressed me. Being down here mostly concealed by the deck in the cool
sand and low lighting brought back last night. It reminded me of the undeniable
electricity between us.
thought for sure it would be gone.
was still there.

Cambria Hebert is a bestselling novelist of more than twenty books. 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 resides in North Carolina with her children (human and furry) and her husband, who is a United States Marine. 
Beside’s writing Cambria loves a caramel latte, staying up late, sleeping in and watching movies. She considers math human torture and has an irrational fear of chickens (yes, chickens). You can often find her running on the treadmill (she’d rather be eating a donut), painting her toenails (because she bites her fingernails), or walking her chorkie (because her dog runs her house). 
Cambria has written within the young adult and new adult genres, penning many paranormal and contemporary titles. Her favorite genre to read and write is romantic suspense. A few of her most recognized titles are: Text, Torch, Tryst, Masquerade and Recalled.
You can find out more about Cambria and her titles by visiting her website: HERE
Cambria Hebert owns and operates Cambria Hebert Books, LLC
You can contact her at: HERE
Like her on Facebook: HERE
Follow her on Twitter: HERE


 (US only)

One Hashtag Bag full of swag

One WolfPack t-shirt (like Braeden wears in the book) 

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *