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I Hunger for You (Primes #3)

4.0 of 5 stars 4.00  ·  rating details  ·  1,585 ratings  ·  47 reviews
In her steamy new vampire romance, acclaimed author Susan Sizemore pits vampires against mortals, destiny against desire....
Mia Luchese comes from a long line of vampire hunters but has never believed in the supernatural. When she's attacked by vampires, though, Mia must accept her family's dark legacy. What she doesn't know is that sexy S.W.A.T. team leader Colin Foxe,
ebook, 336 pages
Published April 1st 2005 by Pocket Books
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It should have been a great read. But this is a book that has missed every opportunity to mine some angst and drama. Colin is a young (by immortal standards) vampire and Mia has recently discovered she comes from a clan of vampire hunters. Colin is a cop. He connects with Mia telepathically in a hostage situation when he and his team come to her rescue. A very blah rescue. They have sex. Which carries on for three months. And then one fine day, Colin decides he wants to graze greener pastures, t ...more

1.5/5 stars
Disappointing, because I've read better from this author.

Okay, so I read some of this book once before, a few years ago...and it never really did anything for me so I didn't finish it. But I was going through book withdrawal and I decided to pick this one back up and give it another go. That was a mistake. Firstly, the story felt rushed. The characters and the story don't feel to be very well developed, Colin came off shallow and Mia was supposed to be this spitfire but most of the ti
This is one of my favorite books in Sizemore's Vampire Prime series. Colin Foxe is an alpha jerk. He works on a LA swat team. Until he bonds with a female vampire, he enjoys bedding as many mortal women as he can. Any real involvement with a mortal woman is out of the question. He intends to bond with only a fellow vampire.

During a hostage rescue, he meets Mia, a mortal. The attraction is immediate. While Colin uses his best efforts to avoid any real involvement, Colin finds his attraction to M

A great series if you like the sexual strong male characters and their equally strong minded mates. For those who like vampires and romance will not want to put the book down. Mia Luchese (vampire hunter by birth) and Colin Foxe (Prime Reynard Clan vampire) their attraction towards each other is immediate and sexually charged. Time and again they are drawn together, no matter how they try to resist. When an outlaw Tribe makes Mia its target, Colin is forced to bring her into his world...........
I've finished it!!! Ok, it wasn't bad at all. I did feel I got robbed from a certain fight scene towards the end of the book, but even though Colin is an immature little vampire brat, and Mia is a stubborn little wanna be vampire hunter, they are perfect for each other and I actually found myself enjoying their little quarrels with each other. I guess it made it seem a little more real that vampires aren't perfect as they are usually portrayed. I am looking forward to reading the other books in ...more
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I tried to give these series a fair shot... read the first three, simply because I've heard good things. The first one was interesting yet really confusing, due to the writing style. I couldn't stand how "dreamy" everything felt, like I wasn't standing on solid ground (not in a good way). So I figured the next book would be better....and it kind of was... but then the third book, this one, really ended it for me. They meet and ten pages later, they'd broken up after a three month fling... and th ...more
Raymond Hu
I think this book was very somehow new in sort of way because it was like my first time reading a book that long and romantic and emotional. I loved how Susan Sizemore used her like grammar to show like desire and hunger which relates to the title of the book. I also like at how she uses a very amazing like story-line and also connects it with book 1 characters and story line to give you like a feel of what is going to happen. Like she gives us readers a fore-shadowing of like how the vampire me ...more
Mia, strong (for a human), psychic, disciplined, of a line of vampire hunters (though no one has confronted a vampire in 3 generations, and Mia isn't sure she believes her grandmother), living in a house inherited by her great grandfather - a man she didn't know or know about... Colin, a relatively new adult vampire who wholeheartedly accepts the Clan mission to protect humans, but he feels a bit superior to humans, and has plans to marry well to a vampiress, when he is older...

In a hostage situ
Not as good as the first book in the series in some respects so it took me a while to finish this book.

I think over time if Colin and Mia's characters stay in the series that their appeal will be greater as they mature into a stable couple. For me it got kind of old reading how much Colin always planned on bonding with another vampire and considered a mortal woman to be beneath him as his destined mate, especially as he made that quite plain to Mia over and over once she learned he was a Prime
It'd interesting to see how Primes from Tribe, Family and Clan interact within "vampire" society. I enjoyed the overbearing Colin but not quite sure if I liked Mia-even at the end.
I usually really like SS's books but this one really fell flat for me. Sure there were vamps and a tad bit of danger thrown into an unwanted bonding but the leads really weren't all that interesting at all. They were inches from being completely boring, I don't really know how to decribe the way the coversation's between the leads just went blah for me. The overall feel for me from the book was rushed, lacked depth in not only the leads but the wording as well, and just wasn't enough to draw me ...more
Dec 04, 2007 Jan rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Paranormal Romance - Vampire Lovers
The third book in the vampire “Primes” series.

This book is the second in a two part story arc that began with “I Thirst for You”. A well written and paced book, it neatly tied up the lose ends and fleshed-out more of the Primes social structure. I enjoyed reading about the bondmate/wedding ceremony and hope to see it again in future books. I couldn’t put the book down and had to finish it from cover-to-cover all in one reading marathon. Now I plan to go back and leisurely read through it a secon
Vfields is fighting to be Happy!
I picked this book up on the street from one of those guys and this was a good buy. It is not an easy book but it is a good, fun simple book. She is the descent of vampire hunters. He is a SWAT officer who is also a vampire. They meet and began an on-again off-again relationship. They eventually find out about each other and they relies they are to be bonded mates. The sex is real good, he is an interesting, and she’s not bad. I’ll read all the other books in the series with the grain of salt t ...more
Okay- I've read three books in this series, but I done. Doesn't matter that I have 5 more of the series at home, I will not read any more Susan Sizemore. They deserve 2.5 stars but I can't make myself stretch to that rating of 3. Sizemore's writing is subpar in my opinion. The characters are one dimensional and the plot is flat. I have read way too many works by great writers to be entertained or captivated by these attempts. They are simply dull... That being said- anyone want to buy them? Ha!
Colin doesn't want to settle for a mere mortal but he can't stay away from Mia Luchese... even after he has dumped her and wiped her memories.

Why I picked this book up: I've read others in her series and Sizemore is great for a light summer read.

Why I finished this book: I like groveling. And the book delivered at the level that I expected it to.

Who I would recommend this book to: Fans of Kresley Cole.
I really liked the way the story developed between 2 characters that don't want to have long-term relationship due to being a human / vampire. This deals with bigotry that many of us are guilty of just different circumstance same foundation.

I liked how the couple overcame their prejudices and allowed themselves to continue loving each other.
I read this several years ago and I'm struggling to remember enough to write a decent blurp. I gave it 4 1/2 stars on the inside flap. I remember that Mia came from a family of vampire hunters and she teamed up with SWAT man, Colin Foxe (vampire). Mia did not know he was a vampire. Enjoyed it!

Well, the fact that I polished off 4 of the 'primes' series books in 3 days is definitely an indicator that I enjoyed these books! Number 3 did not dissapoint and tied in well w/ the first two.
Sherrie Saxton

For people wanting "Twilight" go to the teen dept. of the bookstore. I wanted something that actually handled adult topics and I got it in this series!
Tears, holy tears. I liked this one a lot. I about hated Colin until the last 50 or so pages though. Good story, lots of action and hot lovin'.
Kate Moffatt
This is the first book in the series I read and I absolutely loved it - I can't wait to read the other books in the series.
The Prime books are starting to pick up steam and characters from earlier books are appearing, which is something I enjoy.
This guy is a total jerk. He has no appreciation for the heroine throughout the book and very little at the end.
This one is my favorite in the series. This series keeps me interested. Highly recommend it.
*****what It
Jul 19, 2008 *****what It rated it 5 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: vampire romance
Another hot vampire, and another strong female to ignite his passion. Susan does it again.
once again i remind you....Twilight this is NOT!!!
but is was interesting just the same...
I thought this book was good but the characters are not as developed as the action is.
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Susan Sizemore's life and interests include such varied activities as medieval costuming and embroidery, being a chef, and working in the defense industry.She is owned by her spoiled rotten, beloved mutt dog, rather than the other way around, and this is just fine with her.Current hobbies include hiking and studying t'ai chi. She travels whenever she can, loves history, loud music, movies, good co ...more
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Other Books in the Series

Primes (1 - 10 of 11 books)
  • I Burn for You (Primes, #1)
  • I Thirst for You (Primes, #2)
  • Master of Darkness (Primes, #4)
  • Primal Heat (Primes, #5)
  • Primal Desires (Primes, #6)
  • Primal Needs (Primes, #7)
  • Dark Stranger (Primes, #8)
  • Primal Instincts (Primes, #9)
  • Primal Call (Primes, #10)
  • Primal Cravings (Primes #11)
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