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on 3 February 2006
This is Laurents story, the rebellious Manticore Tribe vampire seen in I Hunger for you. Susan Sizemore combines her trademark fast paced narrative style with some red-hot love scenes in a book you won't want to put down.
Eden Faveau is from a long line of Vampire Hunters. She has never before taken on the role of hunter , and would rather be climbing volcanoes, but when she is called to action, she reluctantly obeys. Her family send her on an assignment to meet Sid Wolf, a Clan Prime, in order to fight the vicious Tribe vampires who are using a new drug called Dawn. It allows vampires to tolerate daylight, a worrying new development since previously, the only vampires who had access to daylight drugs were Clan and Family members; both groups are governed by strict rules designed to protect humans and vampires alike, unlike the Tribes, who see humans as strictly prey. So when a tall, blond and beautiful vampire turns up and fights the tribe vampires who ambush their meeting, she naturally assumes he is Sid Wolf.
Laurent, ever the opportunist, is happy to play along. He is on the run from Justinian, the leader of Tribe Manticore, with a laptop containing access to the Manticore's fortune. Unfortunately, he is not computer literate, but soon realises that Eden has the skills to unlock the laptop's secrets and make him very rich.
Eden takes Laurent to a safe house, whilst they track down the Dawn dealers. She has been warned about the fatal allure of vampires, and is on her guard, but soon the vampire Prime is getting underneath her skin and challenging her lifeheld beliefs about vampires. Things are not what they seem, and the electric attraction she finds increasing hard to fight is not her only problem. Laurent, meanwhile, is also getting worried- about the Tribe vampires determined to get back their property, about the whereabouts of the missing real Sid Wolf, the tantalising hints of his unkown past, and his increasing attraction to Eden. She is ruining his perfect, self cetered attitude to life, and when she is threatened by his enemies, he has to make a choice that will change his life forever, one way or another.....
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on 9 February 2006
I enjoyed reading the first three books in the authors new series about Vampires, and looked forward to reading this book.
The main character is Laurent, a rather unheroic hero. He was a secondary character in the last of Sizemores` books, and I`m glad he has has become the lead here as he is quite different from her previous Vampire heroes. He is not noble, but takes advantage of being in the right place at the right time. His reluctant attraction to the Vampire hunter, Eden, is fun to read.
Sizemore has now created a well developed world where there are different kinds of creatures of the night,who live with and interact with their Human counterparts.You don`t have to read the other books, but there are a few references that make more sense if you have.I liked the way that there is a little more humour in this book, and it is a little different, in that Laurents first instincts are not always those you expect from the Primes of the previous books.
Sizemore is an author who is getting better as the series goes on, so I am already looking forward to the next book.
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on 5 February 2013
Susan Sizemore is a brillient author whose books allow you to travel with your mind to wonderous places so much so that once you pick up one of her novels you can't put it down again until you have completely finished the whole story.

That is a mark of a brillient author whose goal is to engage her readers and take them on an incredible journey of the mind.

I can recommend Susan Sizemore to anyone who wants to escape reality for a while.
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on 10 December 2008
this is the fourth book in the primes series but i havent read any of the previous books and i still enjoyed it. does very well as a stand alone book because i didnt feel there was much back story that you needed to know. great chemistry between the two main characters and the story was quite easy to follow.
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on 13 November 2010
It's not a very long book, but still a fun read. This series is pretty fun, along the same lines of Sherrilyn Kenyon's Dark Hunter series, though not as elaborately world-built and with more sex. I like this book the best of the series - the heroine and hero are fun and quirky, and Laurent's reluctance to be a hero/laziness are not what you'd expect of noble vampires. Also, let's face it, my love of hot bad boys is a well-known fact of which I am unashamed.
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on 28 September 2009
This is one of those books that gets you so distracted that you miss your train stop (happened to me, several times) The series or other books by the author are just as good. Just the right amount of paranormal suspence and romantic and passionate plots. Well recommended!
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