#SupernaturalThursday It's not what it seems
For the first time in her life, truck driver Charlie Kale
might have finally found her little piece of happiness.
She's got it all-her big rig, friends, a great mentor, and a
man about to join her on the road. Or so she thought. One by
one, the good things in Charlie's life all fall apart, until
a catastrophic accident leaves her at the mercy of a sexy
but mysterious gunman. He claims to be a member of a secret
order dedicated to fighting the supernatural monsters that
filter over into our world. She's given a choice-join up or
die, and while the gunman might be insane, Charlie's hell-
bent on not dying. Too bad it looks like that might not be
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Every story has its hero and heroine. He’s gorgeous, witty, totally alpha and absolutely drool worthy. She’s beautiful, got all the right curves, and is smart and snarky, yet still vulnerable. They’re perfection. I mean, as readers there’s always some trait we can relate to. Except for those of us that rated Queen of the Geeks versus Prom Queen, right?
That’s where Charlie Kale comes in. She’s the average Jane Doe. You know the one I’m talking about...the one we all relate to. The gal that’s willing to do whatever it takes to make a relationship work—in Charlie’s case that’s pursuing her second-choice career as a truck driver to pay her boyfriend’s medical bills (that’s a caring, nurturing trait), or making excuses for his wandering gaze on date night (looking is not touching), and blaming the extra weight she’s gained on not having time to take care of herself because she’s working so hard (come on, everyone tries to lose a few extra pounds now and again).
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