Consume - Melissa Darnell *Genre* YA Paranormal*Rating* 3.0*First Thoughts*Once again, I would like to send my appreciation out to Harlequin Teen for allowing me early access to Consume which just so happens to be the final novel in The Clann trilogy.Consume is once again told in alternating POV's via Savannah and Tristan which isn't all that surprising or awful. You need to have the ability to read what is going through a characters mind when they are faced with difficult challenges. You could, in a way, compare The Clann trilogy to Romeo and Juliet in that Tristan Coleman and Savannah Colbert come from different tribes and therefore are forbidden to be anywhere near each other. Even the school they attend, is segregated into different camps with Savannah always being the one left out in the cold. Luckily, she has some awesome friends in Anne, Carrie, and Michelle.Since the end of Covet, Tristan's life has been thrown into an entirely new direction thanks to the quick thinking of Savannah which forces her, and her father to escape from Jacksonville, Texas and go to where they can safety train Tristan in controlling his bloodlust. When a planned reunion goes horribly wrong, Tristan, Savannah, her father, mother, and Emily go on the run where not everything is happy or joyful. Fortunately for readers, the romance isn't always pleasant or hopeful. That would be entirely boring and unrealistic especially in a high school setting. You are almost required to have some sort of angst since they are still teenagers. There are severe challenges, dangers at each corner, vampires vs Clann, and villains who have no redeemable qualities at all and are willing to kill you rather than help you out. The duo really goes through a lot in order to be together and it really isn't over until the final chapter of Consume.I liked the fact that Tristan's sister Emily is more of a player this time around even though she can be a bit uppity considering the fact that she's pregnant. I also liked the fact that Savannah's parent's are aware of her troubles and try to help her in any way they can. They're not absentee parents for which young adult is notorious for having.*Recvd via NetGalley 06/30/2013* Expected publication: August 27th 2013 by Harlequin Teen