Thursday, December 3, 2015

Glow (Glimmer and Glow #2) by Beth Kery [Review]

Alice Reed never dreamed she’d escape the stigma of her disturbing past. That’s why she was shocked when, out of the blue, she was recruited to join the elite Durand Enterprises by the enigmatic CEO himself, Dylan Fall. The erotic charge between them was fast and deliciously forbidden. But as Alice opened up to worlds she’d never known, everything changed once again with a stunning discovery: there’s much, much more concealed in the shadows of Alice’s troubling childhood, and her life is about to change forever.

Now, with another piece of the puzzle of Alice’s identity revealed, a mysterious adversary plots to destroy it all—and Dylan is determined to protect her. But as Alice’s sexual addiction to Dylan turns helplessly to love, she can’t help but wonder: how deeply can she really trust him? What were his true motives in drawing her close to him? And what other secrets does he know about her past that even she has yet to learn?

4 Calling Past Event Stars
Glow is part of the Glimmer and Glow series. Glow concludes Dylan and Alice’s story.  If you haven’t read Glimmer, don’t you fret, I won’t write any spoilers. Glimmer is the first book in the series and it focuses mostly on Dylan and Alice getting to know each other. I found Glimmer steamier and very adorable. I loved how Alice and Dylan meet and I love how standoffish Dylan was towards Alice.

Glow continues the story and it starts where Glimmer left off.  As Alice and Dylan continue to work on the relationship, many things start to happen and it puts a strain on the couple. There are a lot of questions that come up towards Alice’s past. Some is revealed in Glimmer, but a lot will be exposed in Glow.

Glow is a bit more suspenseful, which I am a fan of and Glow has little angst, which I love as well. I like that the main storyline dealt with who Alice was and what she went through as a child. I love how Dylan is the alpha care-taker and his main objective was to protect Alice, at all cost.

“We’ll do it just like we’re going to do everything else. One day at a time.”

A lot of characters come to play and you will question who is true and who is foe. Even Dylan comes to question.  Alice tries to focus mostly on the camp and the activities towards the kids, but it’s hard when she is in the middle of all the danger.

The chemistry between Alice and Dylan is undeniable. I’m surprised that Glow is tamer than Glimmer, but I wouldn’t have it any other way. I like the little moments between the main character and it really helped them grow closer together. Even though there’s plenty of crazy happening around them.

If you are a fan of the series and need your questions answered, then you will not be disappointed with Glow.

An ARC was provided 


Beth Kery is the New York Times and USA Today best selling author of over thirty novels, novellas and serials. She writes contemporary romances as well as erotic contemporary romances, her hallmarks being emotional intensity, leap-off-the-page realistic characters and steamy sexual tension.

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