She had one rule: never sleep with someone twice.
Then Faith Hitchin met Elijah Fairclough and the Baroness’ son with the heart of an artist scorched her rule out of existence.
Until he shattered her heart.
Burned and hurting Faith battles to regain control of the protective barriers she keeps around her heart. But when two souls meet with the passion and Fire of artist and muse, walking away may not be an option.
When Faith’s last rule smashes and takes them both down with it, there may be tears of glass neither of them can survive.
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TEARS OF GLASS is the second book in a duet and cannot be read as a standalone.
I finished Tears of Ink a little gobsmacked, I mean what a cliffhanger! I was not happy with Elijah at all...
but oh boy, did he redeem himself in TEARS OF GLASS.
TEARS OF GLASS is about second chances, taking chances, making changes, two people from different backgrounds and society circles who are drawn to each other. I was transfixed with the plot.
I like a woman with backbone and Faith had that but at times that woman really pressed on my nerves, Elijah proved to be one of the good ones, time and time again he gave me swoon-worthy moments, but Faith is stubborn, struggling to change her ways and thankfully and finally (hallelujah) she begins to let him in, begins to let others in, she's a tough nut to crack.
This is a story filled with suspense, heartwarming moments, hotness and complex characters, it has it all and the plot is unique, I can't say I have met characters quite like Faith or Elijah in any of my previous reads.
Anna Bloom balanced everything out brilliantly, I turned the pages with vigor wanting to know how all this pans out and was quite happy with the outcome.
Told In First person pov and leads to a hfn.
Anna Bloom is a British author and I loved how she kept the theme British, Faith shopped at Tesco on a regular, I loved that about this book, so many British authors adapt things to please a wider audience and loved how Anna didn't adapt her words or change place names, these are British characters living in or near London and this book gives you a good feel for that which aids the imagination for those who are not familiar with British mannerisms,places, terminologies etc, just like it would a British person reading a book based in the U.S.
I am looking forward to more in this series, I have enough interest in the extended characters and a curiosity about how it will all go down at Bowsley Hall with the Baroness and questions over who will be the next Heir? Very exciting stuff to come.
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TEARS OF INK
by Anna Bloom
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