4Stars to Glass Heart
As odd as their relationship is, I really like the coupling of Wren and Gabriel. While he has a 6th sense which isn’t so uncommon, with her witching abilities they seem to mesh so well. It’s almost as if Gabriel grounds her, keeps her sane while her powers become stronger.
Making a huge showing in Glass Heart is Wren’s sister, Robin. Her powers are growing every day and becoming very hard for their to ignore.
This time around Wren isn’t bringing back ex-boyfriend, but something more dangerous. She meets two people (Bay & Fiona) who have the same powers as she does, except they are what you’d call extreme. She’s not sure if she should get to know them or what and even Gabriel isn’t so sure about them.
The problem is Bay. He’s the very dangerous bad boy that you father will absolutely tell you that you can’t know and for very good reason. That reason – you’ll have to read Glass Heart to find out!
One things for sure – Amy Garvey can write romance – many times throughout I was swoon at moments between Gabriel and Wren. Honestly, I’d love to see Amy write a contemp story. I have no doubt she’d have us off the pages.
Glass Heart is out tomorrow – be sure to pick it up!
Wren can do things that other people can only dream of. Make it snow on a clear, crisp day. Fly through an abandoned tunnel. Bring a paper bird to life.
Wren knows her abilities are tinged with danger—knows how easy it is to lose control—but she can’t resist the intoxicating rush. And now that she has Gabriel by her side, someone who knows what she can do—what she has done—she finally feels free to be herself.
But as Wren explores the possibilities of her simmering powers, Gabriel starts pushing her away. Telling her to be careful. Telling her to stop. The more he cautions her, the more determined Wren becomes to prove that she can handle things on her own. And by the time she realizes that Gabriel may be right, it could be too late to bring him back to her side