Friday, September 7, 2012

Covet (The Clann, #2)

Melissa Darnell
488 pages
Release date: September 25, 2012
Publisher: HarlequinTeen
Source: NetGalley

You can read the Goodreads summary here.

Savannah and Tristan have broken up and while Tristan thinks they could have found a way to stay together, Savannah knows it was for the best.  Her powers as a teenage witch-vampire hybrid are starting to come to fruition and she doesn't want Tristan to get hurt.  Meanwhile, other things are afoot in the Clann world...

Covet is the second book in The Clann series.  The first book, Crave, I read last fall and you can see my review here.   Covet had that same special magic in it that Crave did, that something indescribable that drew me in and reminded me what a fantastic series this is.  As with the first novel, I found the characters to be fully developed and distinct, particularly Savannah and Tristan.  Even though they had different though processes on their relationship, it was obvious they still wanted to be with each other.  It was interesting to watch them struggle with the same issue in different ways.

Of course the plot was intensely interesting, as well.  There was always something going on in Covet.  It starts with what happens to Savannah's grandmother and the action and plot just doesn't really stop until the end of the book.  Oh, the end of the book!  I was flipping the pages on my Nook just as fast as I could for the last twenty pages or so.  I absolutely cannot wait until next year to find out what happens next.  I have a feeling that the next book is going to be just as great as Crave and Covet were.

Four stars!  The book dragged a little in the middle but despite its almost five hundred pages in length, I was addicted and didn't want to stop reading for most of the novel.  The ending was utterly spectacular and has me wanting more... now!  But I have to wait for the next book, Consume, to come out in 2013.  If you haven't started this series yet, I highly suggest that you do!

1 comment:

  1. I loved this book. I STAYED up late way too many nights reading it. Just couldn't. put it down. If you are wondering if you should read this book, trust me. You should.

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