Sunday, 15 September 2013
Much like Beth, Callie had the misfortune of stumbling across Deacon, bringing her into his dark and disturbing world. After leaving a party she was quite intoxicated and also very upset, having just argued with her so-called best friend. Deacon appeared to her as a kind and gentle man, declaring that he wasn't comfortable letting such a young girl walk the streets alone at night. Referring to his own daughter, he confessed that he wouldn't allow her to do it either and this admission made Callie somewhat comforted, knowing that he had his own children but the fact that she was also extremely attracted to him played a major part in her decision to follow, as he led her down the street which ultimately became a very bad decision that will probably haunt her for the rest of her life. She met Megan whilst being held Deacon's prisoner and luckily they were freed by Sabrina who was there on her own agenda of revenge for Deacon's wrong doings. Considering herself human, Callie was terrified of the men surrounding her and despite being rescued by them and brought to a safe place, she found it hard to come to terms with the paranormal creatures living under the same roof as her. Callie has her staring role in book two where she finds her origins are not what she thought and that she is no longer the orphan she was led to believe. Her family members begin to crawl out of the woodwork but they are far from loving, making the beasts who have brought her to their home look like fluffy bunnies in comparison. Callie learns quite quickly that she needs to be strong to deal with the events surrounding her and use the power that she holds within. Through past horrors, heartbreak, love and finally feeling like she belongs, Callie has somewhere to call home and a family she loves although she still has a fight ahead of her if she wants to keep what she has fought so hard to achieve. When her maternal family mix with her newly adopted family, let's just say trouble is a mild excuse for the events that are about to unfold.