“Supremacy” started out good with Kate being this semi-naive girl who loved nature and was willing to help a guy out when his bike broke down. Then as it went on I got extremely irritated with Kate and the things she did. She’s supposed to be this super smart girl but some of the things she did and said made me wonder.
Then you have bad boy Lucas who came out of nowhere and is full of secrets. Christin did a good job unveiling things and portraying each character's emotions. By the time I was halfway through the book I felt really bad for Lucas and really just wanted to give him a big hug. His life is weird, interesting and crazy as hell but it’s believable and that’s what makes it so damn good.
I had a hard time in the beginning putting it down but towards the end I really just wanted it over with. I know Kate is curious about things but come on, sometimes when someone tells you not to do something, don’t do it. Lucas knew more about his world and where he came from than Kate did and she listened when she wanted to which led to a lot of crap and situations that could have been avoided.
Kate Parker, is a 17 year old senior living in Texas. She's on the swim team, has two incredible best friends, and a passion for saving animals. She falls hard when she meets a mysterious and fascinating guy named Lucas. He has a sexy accent and a killer smile. However, she sees unexplained pain and anger in his dark brown eyes. He claims he’s a foreign exchange student from Spain who is attending the local University—Kate knows there’s more to his story than that. She works hard to discover who he is—what he is.