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(Glass Towers #2)

3.91  ·  Rating details ·  1,509 ratings  ·  83 reviews
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 fi
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Published January 13th 2013 by Adler and Holt
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SueBee★bring me an alpha!★
★★★★1/2! Shattered, book 2 (Glass Towers Trilogy). The explosive continuation of Harrison’s & Danielle’s story filled with off -the-charts sex, lies, deceit, secrets, suspense, greed & danger!


The Glass Towers trilogy is the story of small-town interior designer Danielle and larger-than-life, enigmatic and possessive international
Carla ☺Did I Say That☺
Mar 29, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: favorites, erotica
Short and sweet Review.. Only 2 words could describe this book *Harrison Towers*..if you have read this.. I wont have to elaborate any further..if you haven't this book and then come back to this will totally make sense!!
Kasumi Ren
Jan 31, 2014 rated it did not like it
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here.

Seriously. Who reads this shit? I mean, I read it, but honestly- to see the reviews... that's deceiving. :/

RANT: A heroine as stupid as this deserves to be killed. I swear, somebody give me a knife right now. And if she's killed, she's gonna lie there thinking 'this is a joke, and not happening'.
Like when she does as she has a phone stalker, and gets a missed call EVERYDAY, some at midnight, and thinks 'it's a telemarketer'.


Anyway, I cannot believe this is
Feb 13, 2013 rated it it was amazing
Wowed me once again! This book was HOT, EROTIC, kept me turning the pages to find out what was going to happen next. I literally read this in one day like the first book! VERY SATISFIED and panting once again at the sexy hot and erotic sex scenes. The pool scene in Palm Springs, I almost ran out of breath it was so freaking hot. My husband is very happy I am reading these! ;)THIS IS A PAGE TURNER, just like the first book. Would I recommend this book, OH YES. Am I buying Book 3, you bet! Thanks ...more
Mar 23, 2013 rated it it was amazing
OMG this is just getting hotter, I have never seen two people have that much sex before but also be that much in love with a whole lot of crap surrounding them, well it just got better and i can't wait to complete the finale in this series. Would recommend to all hopeless sex mantics out there lol
Mar 16, 2013 rated it really liked it
While reading this book I felt I should be sitting in a field under an oak tree, pulling petals off a flower, repeating "should I trust him, should I not".

The scandal surrounding Harris is tormenting. In a short amount of time, Danielle's happy-go-lucky life returns to uncertainty and challenges. While she wishes for mercy she questions her ability to fully trust Harris and is trying to probe how much she can emotionally tolerate. She is not only protecting her emotions; Harris suggests she is
Linda Sims
Feb 18, 2013 rated it really liked it

After Harrison's betrayal Danielle, can't believe she's fallen for another man who's out to deceive her. She should have learnt her lesson after divorcing Bradley.

But Harrison seems to have other ideas regarding Danielle. He's determined she fulfils her contract at the Towers. But since she found out he is engaged to Marion, Danielle wants nothing to do with him. But everything is not what is appears, as Danille soon discovers.

In this second instalment the tension is ra
~*~Brooke's Stripped Down Reviews~*~
3.5 Stars!
I enjoyed this one much more than the first, so I wanted to show a difference in the rating...but I still consider both in the '3 star' range.

What I was waiting for throughout book one was emotion, something else besides physical attraction to Harrison. I didn't hold much of a connection with him in the first book. Sure he is rich, gorgeous, and a sex god but there was something missing. Then in this book, the tables turned completely. Now the "L" word is thrown around, he becomes Mr.
Feb 14, 2013 rated it liked it
Shelves: challenge
Harrison Towers I like you now!! The second book in this trilogy is much better! Heartbreak is in store for Danielle as the ending to the first installment had Harrison engaged to Marion!! In this book, Harrison opens up more and he isn't hiding his true feelings for Danielle Yay! He's romantic, attentive and considerate of her feelings. Of course, he still attends to her every desire! They barely come up for air, but now it's better since they are both invested emotionally. Marion is a shrew an ...more
Donna ~ The Romance Cover
Feb 21, 2013 rated it really liked it
Wow, a lot happens in this book...I knew there was something wrong with Bradley but can't believe the dare he!!!! Marion, what a piece of work...I hope she gets her just desserts in book 3...loved the last newspaper headline FAN FREAKING TASTIC bet that went down like a lead balloon.. Harrison much as I want him to be he does not make my book boyfriend list, there is something missing and I cannot quite put my finger on it...definitely hot, definitely rich, definitely al ...more
Oy vey, another DAMN cliffhanger!!! But, at least by the very small teaser at the end of Shattered, we get the idea of where some of the suspense is coming from.....damn Marion and Bradley! I actually didn't see that coming...but it kind of makes sense now. I really REALLY just need to know when the 3rd book will be, really soon hopefully.

Its a good series so far, and considering both books have been free on Amazon, makes it worth the ONLY wish/hope, is that by the e
Jan 04, 2013 rated it really liked it
3.5 stars..I enjoyed part deux of this trilogy, but feel it lacks a little something. Harrison is the perfect alpha male, and has softened during this book. The storyline is good, and I did have an idea who Marion was working with..I guess it boils down to the emotional connection they have..,lots of "I love you's" and plenty of rip roaring fuckery, but I didn't always believe the intensity of their relationship.

I hope with the scene now set, we will get to see how the relationship grows..lookin
Apr 03, 2015 rated it did not like it
The heroine is too much a Miss Priss to use the word "pussy" and substitutes it with "P" - please spare me. On the other hand she and the hero talk constantly about "cumming" which is a word that I find totally unerotic and which is used frequently and inflationary in this romance. If there's ever been too much sex and too little plot than it applies to this trilogy. I only read one and a half books before I had to give up out of sheer boredom. D for the first installment and DNF for the second.
Dec 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Awesome book... We are left with another cliff hanger. Can't wait for the next book....couldn't put this book down.. I didn't want it to end...
Dawn Myers
Jan 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing
This was entertaining but became very repetitive. To me the sex scenes were just about the same, I would have liked things to be changed up a little. I don't like Harrison he has his secrets and will not answer any question with a straight answer. Harrison is a typical bully. I like Danielle but she is losing who she is, I would like to see her stand up for herself and walk away from Harrison, that way he will give her the respect she deserves and reevaluate his actions. The suspense end of the ...more
Mary Kate
Jul 24, 2017 rated it did not like it
If it wasn't free i would not have read it

This series is not getting better. What a chore it is to read thru the sex scenes. I think the book stops here as far as I am concerned. Good luck to anyone who purchases the next book
Rosh Disch
Aug 20, 2013 rated it did not like it
So this series was a pretty big let down for a variety of reasons, from character development to editing it needs a complete overhaul! I write this having read all three books (after the apparent rewrite of the infamous "P" word) and find they all lacked the same qualities that I find necessary in a GOOD book. I felt this was amateur hour. For example:

1. Neither character is all that inspiring. You want to feel something for them, you can almost start to, but they both seem so shallow and one di
Feb 14, 2013 rated it it was ok
this one was better than the last one it was still in my "meh...i had read betters" shelf but at least it wasn't a god why am i reading this kind of a book. i enjoyed some parts of the book but not all of it.
i didn'tlike the sex part because of the P thing that was really irritating, i find my self skipping over them just so i don't have to see the damn P. i mean come on you are naming everything but you can't say that. it just didn't sit well with me.
the other part that i didn't like was the de
Feb 26, 2013 rated it it was ok
I rate this book 2.5 stars. It's much better than Book 1. Dani shows some spine. Harrison shows other emotions instead of lust. Dani comes to know the truth about Marion & Harrison's engagement.(view spoiler) ...more
Book Girl
Apr 20, 2013 rated it it was amazing
OH YA! The mystery intensifies, the plot thickens and here we go!!!! LOVED this 2nd book in the trilogy. I swear, I was kept on the edge of my seat really throughout the first two books. These books have the right mix of sex, mystery, suspense, fun, sexiness, hilarious moments, and page turners. I have waited a long time to read another trilogy that I loved. I can't wait for the author to put out more books. PLUS these books have substance. Lots of juicy and intriguing pages. I get so pissed off ...more
Feb 17, 2013 rated it really liked it

This Trilogy has a Fantastic story line. Lots of mystery.
Tons of Hot steamy raunchy sex- I read the second book right after the first one and I have to admit now that there were just too many sex scenes- Gasp I know but the sex scenes are back to back read it and tell me your thoughts. I find it alarming that Danielle doesn't tell Harrison or someone about all the little things that happen to her - she seems to aloof about it sometimes. Bradley seems to know more about what Danielle is doing tha
Mar 24, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: series
(Note) My reviews of this series comes after having read all three.

This installment of the series was ultimately much better than the first, mostly because we finally start to get a sense of real feelings emerging from Harrison and Danielle.....I was glad to see it as Harrison seemed very detatched in the first book. The intrigue continues, but a pattern is emerging and a Villian (or two) are starting to become clearer if not obvious. Again, the sex scenes in this book could have been condensed
Feb 12, 2016 rated it liked it
Again this was difficult to read, and I ended up changing the way I read it so I could get through it. Admittedly I skimmed the sex because reading my "P" and my loins every second sentence was irritating.

The lack of contractions within the characters dialogue again was very irritating, but changing that in my head while reading made the book less difficult to read. I understand formal English means people who have English as a second language may lapse into very formal speech but those who were
Luisa Rivas
Feb 10, 2013 rated it liked it
The book is as entertaining as the first. I liked that Danielle gave Harrison the boot when she learned he was engaged, and held on. When he crawled, as he should have, she sort of made peace but kept vigilant. I wasn't too happy with the fact that they kept on carrying on whilst Harrison was engaged. it was tacky. I would have preferred that they kept a distance while things were handled, but then there would have been no story. I knew Bradley was up to no good, so his association with the witc ...more
Harrison got engaged to Marion because she was blackmailing him. Danielle is devastated. He assures her that its a farce. So they sneak around to see each other.

Danielle's stalker is getting brave and is making it known that she is being watched. Now she has to have security with her. Harrison is convince that it is Marion.

I was getting a little irritated with both Harrison and Danielle. Harrison wouldn't totally open up to Danielle about what is going on. Danielle keep refusing security even th
Emma bramley
Feb 21, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: reviewed
This is the second book in the set, I enjoyed the first book so i had to buy the second with out delay and this book didn’t disappoint one bit. This book carries straight on from the first with even more suspense and mystery as well as the steamy and romantic story lines. I could not put them down with all the twists and turns in the story line, it kept me reading long into the night. this is definitely a must read series you'll love

highly recommended

Nov 20, 2013 rated it liked it
Not as much sex as the first book but I skimmed the sex scenes. Too much!

They built their relationship up some, but still don't know how Danielle came to the conclusion that Harrison completes her and that she cannot live without him. She knows hardly anything about him.

The plot thickens in this book, though. It was more centered around the stalker and threats toward her than anything else. Still a lot of sex!

This series isn't poorly written, but it needs more build up of their relationship. The
Alexis Noelle
Nov 10, 2013 rated it it was ok
I want to give these books a good review but I can’t. The characters didn’t seem believable to me. They fell in love so fast and it seemed they barely had any time to even get to know each other. I love sex scenes as much as the next person, but not when it replaces conversation and takes up 70% of the book. By the end of the series I found myself skimming through the sex scenes because I was bored of them. I also hated that there was only one real problem and antagonist throughout the whole ser ...more
Feb 16, 2013 rated it it was amazing
OMG!!! JUST KILL ME NOW!!!!!!!! HARRISON GORGEOUS TOWERS!!! I am in AWE right now & I'm also a little ticked at the moment! ANOTHER freakin' cliffhanger!!! SERIOUSLY?? I need book 3 like PRONTO!!! I wasn't even sure if I was going to like this Trilogy, I just happened to come across this one...LUCKY ME ;) They don't come any HOTTER than HARRISON TOWERS!!! NOPE, he defined that word...OH YES INDEED!! All I'm going to say is read this series!!! prepared for some HOTTNESS!!. :D

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The author's of Glass Tower Trilogy happen to be two longtime friends, who met in the fashion industry years ago. They currently live in two different states and have co-written multiple pieces together but have not published until now.

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“He pushes me onto my back and mounts me, missionary style, while using his hand to rub against my wetness, wiping it up and down his cock. My God, he has done that before and it is the most erotic maneuver I have ever witnessed.” 3 likes
“...the mix of the cool desert air and Harrison's hot tongue pushed deep inside of me. My body is aching and convulsing with pleasure, as he works me over...” 3 likes
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