It's official: Harrison Towers is engaged to Marion Devereaux. Danielle struggles to pick up the pieces of her shattered life after her steamy affair with the enigmatic mogul comes to a screeching halt. She chastises herself for letting her guard down and tries to suppress her feelings for the man who possessed her body and stole her heart. Making matters worse, Danielle finds herself the victim of a mysterious stalker, who seems to know her every move.
Caught in a tangled web of danger, money and power, Danielle begins to despair, as escape seems impossible. Meanwhile, things are not exactly what they seem with Harrison and Marion. Harrison's insatiable appetite for Danielle may not have been extinguished with the announcement of his upcoming nuptials. Refusing to accept her resignation from the HQ decorating project, Harrison ensures that Danielle is not entirely out of his grasp.
Will Harrison and Danielle be able to keep their hands off each other, or will they rekindle the fire that burned between them? Will their connection be strong enough to see them through the journey on which fate has set them, or will meddling forces come between them?
What listeners say about Glass Towers: Shattered (Volume 2)
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In love with this series!
I love everything about this book. There has not been one thing that I have not liked! I like the narrator and the story line I love all the characters and how they interact with each other. The drama is just right and the sex is SO HOT that I have to fan myself on some of them! I'm off the the third but wish there was already a fourth I'm sure!
- Kindle Customer
If you could sum up Glass Towers: Shattered (Volume 2) in three words, what would they be?
What other book might you compare Glass Towers: Shattered (Volume 2) to, and why?
only the first glass towers trilogy
How did the narrator detract from the book?
awful sorry there's no other word
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
yes & it was
Any additional comments?
the only reason i kept on listening to these books is because i enjoyed the story