- What others have to say about Significance and Shelly's other books -
"Shelly Crane always provides a captivating story, and this time was no different. You'll find yourself running into walls because you won't want to put it down!"
-Molly McAdams, NYT Bestselling Author of Taking Chances
"An addicting series!"
- Abbi Glines, NYT Bestselling Author of Existence and Fallen Too Far
"It's the kind of love that we begin dreaming about as little girls and never stop enjoying long after we've found our own knight in shining armor."
- M. Leighton, NYT Bestselling Author of Madly and Down To You
"Sparks flew for Maggie and Caleb, and they flew for me too! Shelly Crane's characters will stay with you long after you've finished reading that last page."
- Jessica Verday, NYT Bestselling Author of The Hollow Trilogy
"It's nice to have someone think out of the box. The world Crane created was so unique and intriguing. It was awesome to see how intense Caleb felt for Maggie. I loved how Maggie did not fight her destiny but was fire roll with the punches . All in all this was a great read with a very unique take on paranormal romance. Well done Ms. Crane. "
- Quinn Loftis, USA Today Bestselling Author of the Prince of Wolves and Elfin
From the Author
Caleb came closer to me, releasing my hand and framing my face with his. I felt a flood of calm and warmth.
"Breathe, Maggie." I hadn't realized I was holding my breath. I took a deep breath and felt the air rush in and out frantically as I blinked. My head cleared a little. He smiled. "Everything's going to be OK. All right? Just don't be upset. You don't have to be scared."
"What are you doing?" Kyle asked and pushed Caleb's hands away. The second he did that, I felt cold, oddly desperate, and heard myself gasp. "Dude. Not cool. Look, I understand that she saved you and you feel- whatever- but I told you about this girl. You can't just--"
"She's the one, Kyle," Caleb interrupted, never taking his eyes from mine. It felt like an eternity had passed since he'd first taken my hand and I was still tingling in my veins from whatever had taken place. "It's her."