- Kristof Nast, Father. Estranged, when her mother stole her away. He is killed by Savannah when she tried to raise the dead.
- Eve Levine, Mother. Very protective. Stole the girl away from her father.
- Paige Winterbourne, Adoptive parent
- Lucas Cortez, Adoptive parent
- Sean Nast, Half brother
- Bryce Nast, Half brother
- Margaret Levine, Great-Aunt
- Thomas Nast, Grandfather
- Joey Nast, Cousin
- Josef Nast, Uncle
Eve and Savannah were kidnapped by scientists who found out about the supernatural world, while they drugged Eve they didn't do the same for Savannah mainly because she was not a threat. Eve made a plan for her and Savannah to escape and fakes 'interest' in a guard moving to a private room and knocks him out and gets Savannah out of the cell telling her to stay behind while Eve takes care of the rest of the guards. Eve let down her guard when she thought she heard Savannah behind, but instead is killed in cold blood. Savannah is taken back to the cell unaware that her mother is dead and getting buried in the nearby woods.
Savannah (along with her mother) is kidnapped and brought to a compound to be researched. Ruth Winterbourne sees that Savannah is powerful and begins subtle training with her while imprisoned there. Leah O'Donnell later tries to frame Savannah for Ruth's death, but ultimately the truth is revealed. Elena along with Clay, Paige, and Adam rescue her.
Dime Store MagicEdit
Paige fights for custody of Savannah, but she accidentally kills her father while trying to bring back her mom back to life.
She is seen as possible target since she's the child of the Nast and is placed under Pack's protection. Uses her spells to helped fight against Edward.
Eve becomes an angel, and Eve watches over Savannah. The Nix tried to kill her.
Wedding Bell HellEdit
Savannah attends Paige and Lucas's wedding
The Case of El ChupacabraEdit
Savannah's half brother Sean, asks Paige and Lucas to investigate a murder case for him.
No Humans InvolvedEdit
Is mentioned an few times and is seen when helping Jaime.
The Ungrateful DeadEdit
Is in the short story
The first rule of a supernatural fight club? Don’t kill your opponent.
When the fighters come with lethal spells, werewolf strength and half-demon powers, that can be a lot tougher than it sounds. It’s hard to attract talent if they know they might not leave the ring alive. So when fighters at a California club start dying, it’s bad for business.
Witch detectives Paige Winterbourne and Savannah Levine take the case. Going undercover in the power-heavy arena of the fight club is a welcome change of pace for Paige.
Waking the WitchEdit
(Savannah narrates) Savannah investigates her first case by herself, a triple homicide with magical traces. After it's brought to her attention that she indirectly made a daughter of a murder victim go to foster care, she swears ' If she would have to give up her powers to help her she would' not knowing what someone would actually doing between the time she went to sleep to when she wake up the next morning.
Savannah Levine is in terrible danger, and for once she’s powerless to help herself. At the conclusion of Waking the Witch, Savannah swore that she would give up her powers if it would help a young girl. Little did she know that someone would take her up on that promise.
And now, witch hunting assassins, necromancers, half-demons, and rogue witches all seem to be after her. The threat is not just for Savannah; every member of the Otherworld might be at risk. While most of her fellow supernaturals are circling the wagons at a gathering of the council in Miami, Savannah is caught on the road, isolated from those who can protect her and unable to use her vast spell casting talent, the thing she counts on most.
Narrated by Savannah, Thirteen continues where Spellbound left off.