I loved this book so much more than the first one! It was SO good!
Perrie Madeline is trapped in the clutches of Vale, a demon of the Underworld. In order to gain strength, Vale intends to send human souls to the Glass Vault, where Perrie was once trapped. After dying in the Bride of Frankenstein display, she is alive once again—and his. Can Perrie escape Vale’s hold on her, or will the Bride, her new alter, keep her from coming back?
Maisie Jaser is on a rescue mission to retrieve her cousin and best friend, Perrie. Together, she hopes to bring down Vale and rid the world of the destruction he has caused. But will she even be able to find Perrie, or will Vale prevail?
The Bride of Glass concludes the duology in this dark romance.
What I Liked:
- I loved the relationship between Vale and Perrie! Even when it was dark and twisted, there was something super lovely about seeing him be so protective and kind towards her. I like him better as he is in the end though.
- Neven and Masie! Squeee!
- I like how the ending isn’t completely ‘happy’. (More on this below)
What I Disliked:
- I disliked how quickly I got through the book. It was so good and I felt like I just devoured this duology. I know it was meant to be short but I wish there had been more!
Spoiler Section Thoughts:
(Don’t read this part until you’ve read the book)
I love how they’re immortal and everyone is dead… everyone handled it realistically but they also dealt with it in a super epic, badass way! I did not see the plot twist coming with Vale and his father and his backstory!
It’s not often that I love a sequel more than the first book, but in this circumstance, I really enjoyed reading The Bride Of Glass! I highly recommend this duology as a quick, fun, dark and gripping read!
Black Tea | This was a strong, powerful book with an intense plotline/characters