I thought it was high time I picked up the second book in this series since I loved Hex Hall and read that quite a while a go.
Demon Glass is set at Thorne Abbey in London. Sophie’s father persuades her to spend the summer with him there, Sophie agrees under the condition that her best friend Jenna is allowed to go with her. Her father agrees, he also makes Cal go along with them as the council want to see the extent of his white which healing powers.
I definitely enjoyed Demon Glass. It was different to Hex Hall but it was the same with the exciting plot line and had me trying to figure out what on earth was going on. That’s the main thing I loved about this book. I didn’t know what was going on until Sophie figured it out herself.
I have to say that I was rather disappointed with the romance in this book. Sophie is admitting to herself that she’s in love with Archer at the beginning of this book but I’m not convinced that she is. In Hex Hall I mentioned that I felt like their romance was insta-love. In this book we get to see Archer but he and Sophie are admitting their feelings for each other pretty much straight off the bat, and that annoyed me only because I really didn’t feel like they had a connection. Also there was a love triangle which felt forced, out of the blue and unnecessary. Therefore I wished the romance hadn’t played such a huge part in this book because I really wasn’t sold on it.
Besides all of this the ending of Demon Glass was shocking and I really need to know what happens next. So I will definitely be picking up book three!