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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.

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A Surprisingly Good Sequel
January 13th, 2014
This book continued right from where Crave left off. Right on that plane scene. As this book went on, I thought at first that it was boring and a pointless sequel. Due to the amount of whining and tears and jealous actions of Savannah and Tristan because they are forced to no longer be with each other, no matter how much they love each other. Savannah is half vamp half witch and Tristan is a witch. Witches and vamps have hated each other for centuries and are appalled at the idea of a half vamp and witch being together, again. New vampires and plots arise in this installment of The Clann series. Losses on both sides, the vamps and witches, almost causes another war. But in the end the culprit of the mischievious plots and crimes is turned to ash along with his horrid plot. When the time came, Savannah was forced to do something she promised herself she would never do, causing a whole nother problem.
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