About Daughter of Glass
Sasha Alexander has a powerful ability.
Either that, or she’s dangerously mad. She isn’t always sure which.
Her father shrouds her in isolation, convinced he’s protecting her from the same madness that took her mother. But the seven impossible guardians that only she can see insist she’s gifted. Her companions since her mother’s suicide a decade ago, they protect her from hurt, pain and fear.
They also keep her from feeling love.
Sasha doesn’t know how to react when Noah explodes through her defenses. This strange young man with the scarred hands suddenly makes her feel again. And she wants more. More of Noah, of his wakening touch. But the guardians don’t want to lose their decade-long hold, while her father despises Noah on sight.
Sasha risks exposing Noah to a world that would cheerfully see him dead.
But unless she can learn to control her own emotions, the biggest danger to them all may be Sasha herself.
Reviews for Daughter of Glass
This was one of those rare books that manage to suck me in right from the start. The first thing I saw was a lovely illustration of what turned out to be Anger. She’s all seething with her namesake emotion and wearing an outfit that made me want to meet her at some sort of con. The illustration really set the mood for the gallery scene.
Vicki has a very talented way of writing, making it feel as though one plot is our main focal point while the subplot is brewing, ready to take over, and it makes it very difficult to see where this book is going, but that is not a negative thing.I'm not going to give any spoilers away about how this book develops, because I think it's a really good thing to see for yourself, but I will say that by having the epilogue positioned with one of the guardians viewpoints, it's brilliant to get more into their heads