Just received this from the publisher and author, through NetGalley. Well, at least on Savannah’s part that is, since she was able to stand strong and steady throughout for the most part. What was wrong with her? But in this book, I developed love for other characters, as well. Just don’t expect him to honor it. The author does a great job of presenting the hot, wooded surroundings of this East Texas town focused on high school football. Much more than Savannah and Tristan is on the line here.
Savannah begins to learn about her magic, on her own. Chapter after chapter, I dove myself deeper into the story never wanting to step out. I could not put this book down Also, the constant ‘complaining’ from both Tristan and Savannah irritated me, so I began to dislike the book from that point, when the story line was too focused on their relationship rather than the plot itself. Usually most people anticipate the second, third, fourth, etc. It also seemed like a really easy way for the author to make something happen, that might not have happened quite so easily had the circumstances not forced it to happen.
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The story itself picks up right where we left off in Crave. I’ve lived in East Texas practically my entire life covst have been to Jacksonville many times.
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Book review: Covet (The Clann #2) by Melissa Darnell
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But it is not enough anymore there is an inter-racial war game going on and the peace treaty between the Clann and the Council may well be on a dangerous ground. Well, at least on Savannah’s seriex that is, since she was able to stand strong and steady throughout for the most part. If you want to allow spoilers, you must include the word spoilers in the title of the topic, otherwise spoilers are prohibited.
The Clann Series (Crave, Covet, Consume, Capture) –
Ok, well I found the first book quite confusing. Their love has sustained through so much, and I can only hope that is continues to do so. Change the cover it’s weird and ugly.
Nov 06, The BookWhisperer rated it it was amazing Shelves: Covet follows the action and the consequences of Crave, Savannah and Tristan may have broken up but Tristan still holds on.
Sep 16, Laura rated it liked it. Plus, Savannah has red hair. The cover was amazing too. Mar clan, Suzanne rated it really liked it Shelves: Paperbackpages. Sep 03, Andrea Heltsley rated it it was amazing Shelves: I thought he was really funny.
It was super fascinating and I simply can’t wait for the third book.
Tristan even went as far as asking Savannah’s father to turn him doesn’t happen because their blood cannot be combined, lethal. The cover isn’t really that amazing sorry I really don’t like it but don’t let it fool you, this next installment in the series is as intense if not much more than the first one.
He is also Annie’s ex, and there hhe pretty cool surprises because of him. Tristan is a vampire?? Dylan is still around Even though this series really just focuses more deeply on Sav’s existence and how she will have to deal with it, I feel in the next novel we will have this same experience from Tristan.
Covet (The Clann, #2) by Melissa Darnell
There love is clanj deep and the feelings are full of tension. He finally got what he wanted! Just don’t expect him to honor it. Melissa Darnell produces this perfect! Melissa Darnell didn’t fail me with this sequel, but with Covet fantastic vlann I will be on pins and needles waiting for Sav and Tristan in Consume. She’s reckless and stubborn and he’s sweet and caring. Also, Covet was really funny. Also, the constant ‘complaining’ from both Tristan and Savannah irritated me, so I began to dislike the book from that point, when the story line was too focused on their relationship rather than the plot itself.
How will this series end? The plot was interesting, but there wasn’t an ‘oomph’ to it. He wants to turn into a vampire! Ron becomes the friend she truly needed and all throughout this book, we see Savannah grow so much. I like that they serkes were friends to each other till the end.