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4.39  ·  Rating Details ·  31 Ratings  ·  8 Reviews
Marie Kincaid is devastated after losing her family in a violent crash…so she runs. One morning, she awakes in an infirmary with total memory loss and a new power: Glazier. The cold frozen mists of Glazier’s instincts enable Marie to embark on a new life free of pain but most importantly free of the past. Heightened senses, accelerated strength,speed, and learning abilitie ...more
Kindle Edition, 271 pages
Published July 14th 2011 by Astraea Press (first published June 1st 2011)
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This was an exciting, enjoyable read. The first in a planned new series, this book sets the stage well for more adventures in future installments. The main characters fit well together; each has certain insecurities, was easy for me to relate to, and also, had some unique strengths. For the most part, I really enjoyed their interactions together, but there were a few times that Marie’s insecurities and feelings of low self-esteem sort of got old and irritating. This became less of a problem for ...more
Romancing the Book
Sep 12, 2011 Romancing the Book rated it really liked it
Shelves: paranormal, romance
Review by Valerie
Ebook provided by author for review

I liked this book from the get go! I really liked how Marie’s character was shielded from painful memories by the entity named Glazier throughout the entire story. It made for a very interesting dilemma for the guy who falls hard for her, Henry. He knows that she has painful memories and knows that if she remembers them, she may no longer want him in her life...and so begins the game of cat and mouse between them.

While a good part of the story
Terri Dion
Aug 13, 2011 Terri Dion rated it it was amazing
i just finished Glazier right now and I always put books I pick up into 3 categories 1. Books I just cant get into 2. Books I enjoy reading in my spare time and 3. Books I start and cant put down until i'm done or my brain starts hurting lol lets put it this way my kids had to get their own dinner tonight because I am not stepping away from my computer until I read the whole book and no matter how tempted I got to skip ahead and answer certain questions I made myself wait for it to unfold. Again ...more
Sep 27, 2011 Hywela rated it it was amazing
This is almost a case of Lara Croft meets wonderwoman, meets James Bond - except that there is far more to the plot than this, and the theme is much more mysterious and subtle. I love the concept of ‘spies with paranormal powers' and the novel certainly has plenty of action and intrigue, but for me it was the characters who really make the story.

First there is Marie, unable to remember her past - and unsure whether it would be a good thing to do so. I really liked Marie. She’s sassy and courageo
Kathleen (Kat) Smith
Glazier is a term to define a type of power a person is endowed with that enables them to remember things better, have super human speed and strength and have to ability to influence peoples thoughts.

Captain Henry Tenison believed that he alone was the only one, until Marie was brought into his life. He would now become her protector and trainer. He would teach her how to trust Glazier whenever the situation would warrant it. It could be possible to control this ability so well that you could us
Tishia (Paperback Opinion)
Aug 21, 2011 Tishia (Paperback Opinion) rated it really liked it
After finding out that her husband and children died in a terrible car accident, Marie is devastated. She runs from her life, not really knowing where she is going or what she is going to do. She falls asleep and wakes up in an infirmary, with no memory of who she is. She's told that she is special – she has powers known as Glazier. She trains with Henry, the only other known Glazier, to become a spy.

Henry has been alone for a long time. Having Glazier has made him different – not able to become
I tried three times to read this book, but couldn't focus on it. Maybe it's just not my kind of book, but I really couldn't get into it. The writing was chaotic and sort of random. The plot itself wasn't much better. Maybe I'll try again in the future, but for now this book is officially my first "dropped" reading of 2011.
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