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All Bags Go to Cleveland

paranormal romantic comedy by CS Hale

cover of All Bags Go to Cleveland by CS Hale

Angela Grimalke appears more blonde bombshell than the gremlin she is. But there is no denying her supernatural truth after her clumsiness gets her fired from her modeling career. Forced to work for her family’s upscale airline, she spends her days slinging luggage and wishing her parents would get off her back about finding a nice gremlin guy to settle down with.

Relationships were the last thing on her mind, not that her family would accept that.

For Dave Ford his frequent business travel made it next to impossible for him to find a woman who could tolerate his chaotic schedule. Which is why he appreciates Angela. Neither of them are looking for love, but Dave feeds Angela\’s addiction for chocolate while she provides him with the chaos to keep him on his toes.

However, as Angela’s parents bombard her with a parade of \”eligible\” gremlin men at their weekly family dinners, she finds herself torn between who she longs to be and her family’s expectations. Will she give in and live the life of magic they want for her? Or risk it all by to confessing to Dave that she isn’t human?

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Excerpt

Focusing on the sparks of energy skittering along her fingers, she sent her magic into the printer. Angela might look like the cover model she’d once been but no one would guess that Windsor’s check-in counter was currently staffed by a pair of gremlins. Dave’s day—or rather night and morning—were about to become a little more exciting than he’d imagined. Dave would have a nice, relaxing flight to London while his garment bag went to Cleveland.

She tamped down the tendrils of guilt rising in her gut. It needed to be done. It was this bag or some mishap not of her choosing. Besides, who in their right mind would check a Louis Vuitton garment bag? First class contained specially built closets in which to hang them. She searched Dave’s thoughts again.

Where have I seen her before?

Angela snapped right back out and jerked her head down. She attached the claim sticker to his boarding pass and handed it to Dave, keeping her focus on the counter. Hopefully, her smile hid the panic now whirring in her chest like the engines that would take Dave across the Atlantic. “Enjoy your flight, Mr. Ford.”

“Always do.” With a small salute, Dave headed toward the security queue. What were the chances he’d be so cheerful in the morning?


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An Interview with CS Hale

-What is the sweetest thing someone has done for you?

Okay, I’m going to tear up with this one.

I hate my birthday. It’s always a c@#pfest if I try to do anything special, so I try to ignore it. My third grade class last year asked me about my birthday and I explained to them that I don’t celebrate it and why. *fans face* But my birthday is posted on the chart with all of theirs. One student decided they needed to change that and organized the class into doing special things for me ALL DAY LONG. I cried more than once that day.


-How would you spend ten thousand bucks?

Well, I’m self-published so I’m always investing my cash into the next book. *stops so I don’t get into to effects of book piracy on that* I really need to replace my 17-year-old car, which I haven’t because I spend my cash on writing trips to London. So I would probably put part of it into a down payment on a new car and bank the rest for my next writing trip to London. I write everything out longhand first in notebooks and when I can get 200 pages written in 6 weeks in my tiny 14 square meter flat in London, it’s worth every penny.


-Where do you get your best ideas?

The shower. Or when I’m driving. Neither of which are places where you can actually write anything down.
-What comes first, the plot or characters?

Characters. I had one show up several years ago that I’m still trying to work out a fully formed plot for. And I’ve been half-heartedly (too many stories, not enough time) trying to work out the plot to an Aurora retelling to go with my other fairytale retelling that’s currently in a drawer. I fall in love with these characters and then have to work out what to do with them.
-What does your main character do that makes him/her special.

Most people would think it’s Angela’s magic, but I think it’s Angela’s heart. She is so kind hearted that she doesn’t like to use her magic. She finds it malicious. So she ends up having all these magical accidents because it builds up and explodes out. Oh, she does use it from time to time – some people are deserving of a little chaos. But her hatred of her powers means that she denies who she is. Something that is dangerous because it opens the door to other people controlling you.

About CS Hale

Catherine “C.S.” Hale has been writing fantasy since she could hold a pencil. When not holed up in a comfortable corner writing all her books out by longhand, she can be found somewhere by the sea, enjoying tea and pastries.


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