Burning Emerald by Jaime Reed
(Cambion Chronicles)

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Book 2 of The Cambion Chronicles

Dating the most popular guy in school is every girl's fantasy. But to Samara Marshall;he's a dangerous force come to rekindle their tangled past. Only it's not her past…

Samara faces a challenging senior year. Controlling her inner demon is a struggle;even with help from her Cambion boyfriend;Caleb. But her life takes a turn for the worse when the hottest jock in school begins pursuing her--especially since Malik's anything but what he seems. They share a connection from a forgotten past--a secret that could destroy her and Caleb.

As the attraction becomes harder to resist;Samara is now at the mercy of the demon within her. To break free;Sam must fight a battle where she is the enemy and the prize…and victory will come at a deadly price.

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"Sexy and snarky! I dare you not to laugh while reading this fantastic debut." --Kody Keplinger;author of The Duff and Shut Out

"Jaime Reed breathes fresh life into paranormal romance." --Lee Nichols;author of the Haunting Emma series


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Published May 29, 2012 by Kensington Books. 304 pages
Genres: Romance, Young Adult, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction

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While Nadine also transferred many of her memories, there are still unanticipated gaps in Samara's Cambion knowledge, leading to bombshell revelations of important details that affect Samara's life.

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