Review: Glass Ceilings (True Heroes #2) by A.M. Madden

May 21, 2016 Review 0

Review: Glass Ceilings (True Heroes #2) by A.M. Madden

When a perfect new love is shattered, two hearts will do anything to pick up the pieces. In this sizzling novel from the author of Stone Walls, irresistible heat leads to sensual thrills—and a secret that changes everything.

Two years ago, Nick Farley was undercover as a bartender in Chicago. The tough-as-steel FBI agent was working all the angles to build a case against a local crime syndicate, but even his intense focus was no match for the sight of Angela Cavallo’s plump pink lips pulling on her drink. All Nick got was one night—the longest, hottest, sweetest night of his life. It could have been the beginning of something real. Instead, she walked away—and Nick watched her go.

Angela has made some mistakes in her life, but Nick was never one of them. Nor was the baby boy he doesn’t know about. But Angela has been running from a stalker for so long that she’s forgotten how to feel safe. So when Nick suddenly reappears in her life, Angela faces a moment of truth. She wants to trust him and reveal her secrets—her life and the life of their son may depend on it—but first she needs to know that Nick can handle her past, and promise the one thing she most craves: a future together.

Includes a special message from the editor, as well as an excerpt from another Loveswept title.

Glass Ceilings is meant for mature audiences 18+ due to sexual content and adult situations. Glass Ceilings is a stand alone novel from the True Heroes Series.
Loveswept / Random House Edition

Title: Glass Ceilings
Author: A.M. Madden
Other books by this author that we've reviewed: Stone Walls, Dark Corners
Series: True Heroes #2
Other books in this series that we've reviewed: Extreme Honor, Stone Walls, Dark Corners
Published by LoveSwept
Source: Publisher
Published: May 24, 2016
Genres: Contemporary Romance, Romance, Romantic Suspense
Pages: 315
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Stars: four-stars
Flames: three-flames
I received this book for free from the Publisher or Author in exchange for an honest review, or I purchased it with my own funds. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.
300 Review

Glass Ceilings is the second book in the True Heroes series by A.M. Madden and can be read alone as it does not continue from the previous book. Nick just has one last undercover mission before he moves onto New York. Angela thought she knew who she loved and followed to Chicago. Once he shows his true colors, Angela runs and vows to live her life how she wants it. Meeting Nick was never part of the plan neither was falling in love.

Nick was a favorite character of mine. He was always putting Angela first and he was always so perceptive of those around him that made him so likeable and good at his job. I was saddened about how things went down between Angela and Nick that seemed to stretch on a little longer than necessary. But when they finally reunite it is magic and Nick fills in his role perfectly. Angela was a likeable character but it felt like she was a push over in a few ways especially when it came to Eve and even Nick at certain points.

Miss Madden has an amazing way of bringing her characters to life that it feels you are part of the story. I was hoping to get more of Angela’s POV but even without it, it felt like I knew what she was thinking and feeling. I enjoyed seeing Ben and Ella again which was awesome because I loved those two. You could see how Angela and Ella will be great friends given time where each can nurture the other. Nick will be doing the same thing as he helped her out of her shell and gave her the strength to stand on her own.

This novel was filled with suspense that was kind of predictable but still enjoyable. The connection between Nick and Angela is what I loved the most. Overall, I cannot wait for the next one and I hope it is about David!

I was gifted a copy of this novel from the JeepDiva in exchange for an honest review. The opinions and ratings are solely my own.



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