The Bride of Glass by Candace Robinson

Rating: 💚 💚 💚 💚 💚
Author: Candace Robinson
Title: The Bride of Glass
Series: Glass Vault #2
Number of pages: 213
Genre: dark fantasy, fantasy, ya, romance
Published: September 1st 2017 by CreateSpace
Goodreads link: The Bride of Glass

Received from Author in exchange for honest review

This one was such a surprise. After reading the first one, that was... OK, I thought to give it a try. And I am so glad I did, because The Bride of Glass is so amazing. :)

Difference between the first one and the second one is incredible. Usually, for me at least,the first book in the series is great and the next ones are... OK. Here is the other was around. :)

So, Perrie is Bride, under Vale's control, transforming people in the Glass Vault left and right. She has this amazing powers. He is abusive and controlling, using her in every way. After few day out of the Vault she starts to remember and run away, but he will search for her. She was never my favourite character (I couldn't connect with her in first one), I like her a bit better now. We see her grow and develop. 

Maisie and Neven are looking for Perrie, to save her from Vale's clutches. She is definitely my favourite part of the series. So special and unique, however there is depth to her. I love that there is more of her in the book. 

Story of what is happening now is intertwined with characters stories of the past. We get to know them, and understand them a bit more. Especially Maisie and Vale. And the romance... it's just sooo sweat. 

The world portrait in this series in as interesting, as scary at the same time. I was on the edge of my seat, the are a lot of twists and turns. I wanted to know what happens and at the same time didn't want to finish it. :) 

Highly recommend it!

Happy reading,


Amazon link: The Bride of Glass (Glass Vault Book 2)(Affiliate link)


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