By Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
Sarah Vida has given up every thing for romance. From a mythical family members of vampire-hunting witches, Sarah was once raised to by no means belief a vampire, to by no means allow her safeguard down, and to prevent all difficult attachments of the center. yet now Sarah IS a vampire—changed by way of the boy she suggestion she enjoyed. Her kinfolk has forsaken her, and Sarah herself is disgusted by means of her urge for food for blood.
Aida Vida is Sarah's older sister, the nice, trustworthy sibling who continually does her relations proud. but if Aida's mom insists that Sarah be discovered and killed, Aida is given the only task that she is probably not in a position to perform.
Taking position over simply twenty-four hours, ALL simply GLASS tells the tale of a game-changing conflict that may ceaselessly swap the area of the Den of Shadows. And at its middle is the tale of 2 sisters who needs to make a choice from love and accountability. darkish, fully-imagined, and tough to place down, ALL simply GLASS will thrill Amelia's fans—old and new.
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Zachary had moved out when he was sixteen and Adia was nine, so they had never been as close as siblings. But when they exchanged a glance at that moment, Adia could see that he was as thrilled by their new freedom as she was. She knew that her expression did not show her excitement—she had trained too long and hard to let such an emotion betray her—but her cousin would see it in her eyes just as she could see it in his. Sarah would have. And just like that, the excitement came crashing down. “You take the resident halls,” she said softly.
She had learned what she had needed to learn. She had learned the last thing she had wanted to learn. Adianna Vida, now the only child of Dominique Vida, matriarch of the ancient line of witches, wished she were still ignorant. It had taken a hell of a fight, but she had finally, unfortunately, throttled the information out of someone. “Looks like she’s decided to live, witch,” a bloodbond had told her, the last word like a curse. “She’s staying with Nikolas and Kristopher. Not that you’ll find them.
She had some ideas, but they couldn’t be spoken in front of Hasana. Once the healer was gone, the hunters would begin to make their plans. M. SARAH SAT ON her feet so she could look across the scarred old oak table at her sister. The year between them might as well have been a century, if one judged by the awe with which Sarah regarded Adia—or the childlike haughtiness the eight-year-old demonstrated in response. “It’s ‘make no deals, barter no honor,’ ” Adia corrected her gently. ” “It’s only with them.