Covet by Melissa Darnell













Book 2 (Book 1: Coven)

Novel Summation:

Dangerous to be together. Painful to be apart. 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. 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 honor it. But even as he prepares to fight for the girl he loves, forces beyond their control take them both in directions neither could have foreseen or prepared for. A reckoning is coming…and not everyone will survive.

My Thoughts:

So I read this book awhile ago so this section  may be short. I really liked this book and there wasn’t too much that I didn’t like about. I do remember feeling that nothing was really happening. There didn’t see to be much plot development and it was more a story about the characters adjusting to being single and with their own changes. There were potential romances for both Savannah and Tristan but it was obvious that they weren’t going to work out and that the two of them would end up together. The ending of the book wasn’t too much of a shock but it should be interesting how everything works out in the next book. I did like Savannah’s dad playing a greater role in the book. I remember feeling that one side (either vampire or witch) was more emphasized in detail but I can’t remember which side that was, only that I was dismayed that the other side wasn’t as explored. Also, on a side not I really dislike the covers for these books. I would recommend this book for people who like a good story, which is something this series does. It never feels like too much but it can be anti climatic.

Future Books:

The next book in the series is called Consume and is due out August 27, 2013.


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