Red Light by JD Glass

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Book in the Punk Series

Author: JD Glass


Sometimes, heroes need a hero of their own.

Red is… The blood family that Victoria Scotts, “Tori” to her family and “Scotty” on the job, has, the mother and younger sister she supports emotionally and financially, the famous cousin that seems to have even her mother’s favor, the family legend they’re all held up against.

Light is… Learning her true calling despite her mother’s censure as Tori becomes an EMT in the New York City 911 system, discovering true friendships despite and within horrific circumstances, and falling in love—really, truly, passionately, in love, not just “for real,” but “forever.”

Blood is… Shed when a good faith attempt to render aid, comfort, and compassion go horribly wrong, leaving Tori not only injured, but also questioning the validity of her relationships, the ties of flesh and those that transcend it, and her faith in the innate goodness of people.

Love, friendship, and loyalty, are all tested and pour out like blood under the Red Light.

Additional information

Publication Date

November 2015


epub, mobi, and pdf


revised edition


109,000 words




978-3-95533-520-5 (mobi), 978-3-95533-521-2 (epub), 978-3-95533-522-9 (pdf)


Ylva Publishing

1 review for Red Light by JD Glass

  1. Jane Shambler
    Rated 5 out of 5


    I absolutely love this author. I like her style and her writing. All of her books that I have read to date with the exception of Drawn Together are linked. Although all are very stand alone novels. But if you want to understand the beginnings I would advise you to read Punk Like Me as you are introduced to Nina at a young age and then journey with her through her life. I feel Nina is the force behind these books with various other characters coming to light to create further stories. The main characters apart from Nina are Samantha and Fran. In this book we are introduced to Nina’s cousin Tori.

    Glass never runs away from the tough subjects and she always handles them with compassion and sensitivity. This book is mainly about Tori and her journey to become a paramedic. Also about her girlfriend from hell. Some of the scenes are hard to stomach and clearly disturbing. Glass tells it from the victims stand point and with grace.

    I said earlier that I love this author and I really do. I find her writing honest and inspiring. She really does tackle subjects that many would avoid.

    I would recommend any of her books without hesitation, But also with a slight warning. Subject matter may make you take a deep breathe. If you want something off the beaten track then give this author a go. Enjoy! I did.

    *ARC provided by publisher via Ylva Publishing*

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