By Amelia Atwater-Rhodes
Sarah Vida has given up every thing for romance. From a mythical kinfolk 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 guts. yet now Sarah IS a vampire—changed via the boy she idea 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 continuously does her relatives proud. but if Aida's mom insists that Sarah be discovered and killed, Aida is given the only task that she is probably not capable of perform.
Taking position over simply twenty-four hours, ALL simply GLASS tells the tale of a game-changing conflict that may perpetually 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 responsibility. darkish, fully-imagined, and difficult to place down, ALL simply GLASS will thrill Amelia's fans—old and new.
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They had never been prolific, and in the past century many had been born completely human, with no power to speak of. Michael was the last witch of his line. When he spoke, his voice was barely a whisper. ” The Rights of Kin were one of the oldest of the Macht witches’ laws, spoken by the very first Vida after her mother was brutally slain before her eyes, and passed down orally for centuries before written language was developed. They applied to every living line descended from that ancient tribe but had not been called upon in more than a thousand years.
After a few minutes, Michael came to the table. Zachary looked up. The three hunters exchanged wary glances. ” Zachary asked. Adia shook her head, just barely. 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.
But she hadn’t. Before Adia could learn any more, another bloodbond had leapt forward and sent them both through the window. Adia had wanted to fight at that point but had already found the information she needed, and knew that Dominique would disapprove of her lingering. Realizing she was approaching her exit, she slowed—probably more abruptly than she should have, but who cared? It was six in the morning on a Saturday, and she hadn’t seen another car in nearly half an hour. She was almost home, and when she pulled into the driveway, she would have to be fully under control.