Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers, Sep 20, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 272 pages
Gabriel and Shay are convinced that they can make their relationship work. Knowing that Shay is half-vampire, Gabriel thinks that his coven will embrace her as one of their own, but instead they view her as an abomination, a thing that doesn’t belong in either world. And they want her dead. Now Gabriel must make the ultimate decision - watch his love be killed by his coven or defy the people closest to him, the people he has spent centuries with to save her.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - LibraryThing
Leaving off where Crave left off. Gabriel's vampire family isn't accepting of Shay coming to live with them. Once at the lab compound of Gabriel's family she is imprisoned. Even if his family doesn't accept Shay being half-human-vampire Gabriel knows he loves her and isn't going to let anyone including his family hurt her.Filled with some of the previous nove'ls characters as well as new ones makes it even more of an appreciated read. We are also introduced to characters mentioned during Gabriel's ealier life. While Sacrifice is the sequel to Crave it isn't as compelling as its pedecessor. The reasons being fom a surpising turn of events in the end that don't add up and some loss of momentum in the overall story. Would still recommned reading if you enjoyed Crave. Even so, Sacrifice is a read that will draw you in easily. Concluding quite nicely while still just so to have a possibilit for more novels. Oveall: Touching read Genre: Vampires, Young Adult, Romance
Review: Sacrifice (Crave #2)User Review - Goodreads
So I finished this without notice and I am really loke the twist in the story. I mean the book has at least 300 pages and it has a lot of story on it. Sorry for being "Judging the book by its ...