Prisoner of Glass by Tempest C. Avery - Review

Tuesday, March 1, 2016




Prisoner of Glass

Title: Prisoner of Glass
Author: Tempest C. Avery

Summary:
If anyone had ever asked Delaney Grace what her plans were after high school, she certainly wouldn't have answered, "getting kidnapped". Unfortunately, that's exactly what happens. As if that wasn't enough, turns out the man kidnapping her isn't a local. He's from another planet. In a twisted case of mistaken identity, Delaney is taken to a foreign world where she's forced to pretend to be an alien princess. If she can pull it off long enough for the real princess to be found, she'll get to go home, if she doesn't, she risks enslaving the entire human race. Tricking the princess's betrothed, Trystan, isn't going to be easy, but not falling for Ruckus, her accidental kidnapper, might be an even bigger feat. Especially when the three of them get caught up in a deadly game of truth or dare. Will Delaney be able to pull off the acting job of a lifetime, or will she ultimately be the cause of a massive war? One the human race most likely won't survive.

Review:
Aliens, sexy soldiers, romance, cliffhangers... guys this book has everything! I was given the opportunity to read the Ebook version and I just could not stop reading. I was amazed by Avery's alluring writing. Not once was I able to guess what would happen next and I loved it. This book has easily been added to my favorites list.

The characters pull you in right from the beginning and the pages are full of action packed events. Kidnapping, murder attempts, and steamy make-out scenes leave the reader constantly wanting more. I even had to pause and take a breath every now and then, dramatic, I know.

Delaney is a lovable character who has a witty tongue and a tough attitude. She is the strong and clever protagonist that all other protagonists try to be.  Her relationship with Ruckus is steamy and just the right amount of "mushy". You'll have to imagine for yourself what Ruckus looks like, but all I could see was a blonde version of Liam Hemsworth... Oops, sorry just dreaming about hot aliens over here.

Anyways, I think you can tell that I loved the book. And guess what? You can read it and love it too! Head on over to swoonreads.com and check out this amazing book! Go vote for Prisoner of Glass so Tempest C. Avery can get published and then delight us with book 2!

*Rating 5/5

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