Savannah Colbert knows she broke up with Tristan Coleman for the right reasons. Most of all, to keep from killing him with her new vampire abilities. But try telling her heart that…
Now, lost in a sea of hostile Clann faces, Sav tries to come to terms with what she’s becoming and what that means for her future. And that someone is doing their best to bully her into making a terrible mistake.
Tristan can’t believe Sav won’t even talk to him. If being apart is her decision, fine. Just don’t expect him to honour it. But even as he prepares to fight for the girl he loves, forces beyond their control take them in directions neither could have foreseen, prepared for…or possibly withstand.
A reckoning is coming…and not everyone will survive.
Things are about to get messy fast. Welcome back to the world of half vampire, half witch Savannah who discovered in the last book her unique heritage as the only successful hybrid in the world. Prized by the vampires and hated by the Clan because of it, she is becoming more isolated as her vampire side starts to emerge. Forced to live with her father so he can help, Savannah for one time in her life doesn’t have to worry about money which leads to other problems as her father brings the vampire council into town. Meanwhile, Tristan is trying to forget and prove he is the golden boy of the Clann as the other teenagers don’t trust him and they are all waiting for him to fail so they can report him. Things are changing in the world of the Clan, for better or worse you have to see for yourself.
For a couple who have gone through a lot, the heroine and the hero of this book are strong and resistant from the moment at the end of the summer when they are forced to break up as part of the agreement between the Council and Clann. Savannah’s mom is departing to travel, leaving Savannah in the care of her father. Nothing is going to stop them for going on with their lives. Yeah, there are moments when they struggle, like the time when Savannah gets told she can’t dance and watches her friends eat. And then there’s Tristan’s accident and subsequent loss, but you always know in the back your mind that the author is going to make things work out in the end somehow, and it’s the reason why I chose to review this book.
When I saw a list of upcoming titles for publication, I knew I had to pick this book. I love a hybrid paranormal character but never have read one featuring a vampire and witch. Darnell has a done a wonderful job with this story. If you loved Crave, you will love this as the book takes it to another level as we learn more about the small town and the Clann who rule it with an iron fist. The characters that make up this town and the Council who play a large part in this book will have you either falling in love or hating them as we discover the evil lurking beneath the surface. Twists and turns that you won’t expect will leave you wanting more as this plot is captivating and it gets you hooked from the get-go. Full of action, there isn’t a chapter that won’t leave you wondering what on earth is going to happen next as it is full of suspense and intrigue as we follow the couple throughout the school year The twist at the end and sneak peek into the next book in the series will leave you, like me, waiting in eager anticipation for the next chapter in this series. 4 Couples. I’m enormously enjoying the books that Harlequin Teen has been putting out recently. Fans of Adult paranormal stories who want to get into YA paranormal need to try Harlequin Teen. Trust me, you won’t regret it.
Publisher : Harlequin Teen Australia
Source : Publicist Provided for Review
Released : October 2012