Covet was so amazing, it almost literally blew my mind with how good it was. Unlike with Crave, Covet had no slow or boring parts, everything that was happening smoothly went from one event to the other and there was always something holding my attention, making me HAVE to turn to the next page. There are so many turning of events, it made for such a good book. At the end of Crave, Savannah was just finding out about her vampire side. In this book we see Savannah go through the transition from human to vampire, with new changes happening around every corner.
Tristan is also back in this book, only there isn't as much of him as there was in Crave. It's still all fireworks and sparks between him and Savannah, though they can't be together like before. I see why the author did it this way, having them not being able to be together, but I still would have loved them to be able to be together. I missed having Tristan and Savannah together as a couple, though they may or may not find a way around it. Can't tell you ;) So many things and events happened that I don't know what else to say without totally giving something away, so I'm just gonna leave it at that.
Covet was almost 10 times more amazing than Crave. And I loved Crave, so that's saying something! It is definitely not your typical vampire/supernatural/paranormal series, it's much better. Even if you have read Crave and didn't care for it, you for sure have to give Covet a try, it's MUCH better than the first book.