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Review – Glass Heart Hero by Lindsey Iler

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Glass Heart Hero; Glass Heart Academy # 3 
(#3 within an interconnected series)

Publication Date: March 25, 2021

Genre/Tropes: New Adult/Bully/Second Chance Romance

Author: Lindsey Iler

Review Rating: 5 Gold Stars



A suspenseful, dark read with twisty turns and a delicious bad boy hero!

Breaker is a dark hero who doesn’t see himself in that light whatsoever. He’s a tattooed bad boy who lives in a glass house with the devil and his demons. While Breaker may be the nicest demon that lives at Glass House, it still doesn’t make him less of a monster, at least in his eyes. However, if you ask his buddies, his buddies girls, and even Delaney, the title of hero comes in many forms, and just because you may be a monster, doesn’t lesson you from being a hero when the situation calls for it.

Breaker will do anything to save those he cares about and he doesn’t care what those consequences are. Sounds pretty heroic if you ask me? However, according to Breaker, because those morals of his would make him do anything from giving the shirt off his back up to digging the grave to bury the body he help decimate, well he has no compass when it comes to what his limit is, hence he doesn’t see himself as a hero. Still…the fact that he cares and will be there no matter what, yeah Breaker is completely sigh worthy.

Now, don’t discredit in thinking Breaker is a complete monster, Breaker is definitely the one guy among his friends who probably has more of a conscience and a soft spot than any of the others. He’s the one who lead both Marek and Byron to see semblance of reason, he keeps Dixon out major trouble, and he now looks after the girls who have become special to each of them as well. But who keeps Breaker safe and keeps the demons from riding too hard on his back?

What drives this dark hero and what haunts him? It is both the same girl that brings him sanity and drives him crazy. Delaney has been with him through a lot already, but last semester broke her. She ran after her friend, Palmer, went through a harrowing ordeal and Delaney was dragged into it and barely escaped. Instead of staying and finding comfort with her friends and more importantly Breaker, she went home and ended up finding solace in a straight laced, khaki/polo wearing boy named Tripp.

Tripp and Breaker go head to head over winning Delaney’s affections, while the boys at Glass Heart also continue working on uncovering the conspiracy that almost lead to the girls demise last semester. A conspiracy that runs decades deep and is more twisted into their backgrounds than they all realize.

Glass Heart Hero is full of suspense, action, and steamy heat. Delaney and Breaker work on a relationship that is broken by a past full of demons and a future that has a potential for more. Can they push past them and really make a relationship work based on a foundation full of darkness?

Welcome back to Glass Heart Academy where lies, deceit and corruption are just part of the education.



Loyalty. Corruption. Family.
A gauntlet rooted in love and jealousy may be the destruction of the students at Glass Heart Academy.

Parts of me were stolen in the confines of a dark room. No matter how hard I fought, I got nowhere. The damage has already been done.
Now I find myself in the arms of an unexpected boy. He catches me in the darkness, where I’m too afraid to face the cruel world I now know exists.
He wants every piece of my heart. But how far is he willing to go when it already belongs to another?
After everything, Breaker Davenport haunts my dreams and loving me quickly becomes his own worst nightmare.

I have always been certain of a few things in life. Birth doesn’t make a family and when you find someone worth dying for, you fight until you bleed.
Delaney Chambers is worthy of painting the world red.
Fighting for her hadn’t been something I expected to do. Little did I know, he wasn’t the only one trying to take her away from me.
They won’t whisper her name, but I’ll make sure they curse mine.
The monster inside of me won’t stop until they’re buried amongst all their skeletons.

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