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Master of Darkness (Primes #4)

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4.01 of 5 stars 4.01  ·  rating details  ·  1,509 ratings  ·  41 reviews
When vampire hunter Eden Faveau mistakes Laurent, a renegade vampire of Tribe Manticore, for her new partner, he's not about to correct her. He's stolen a laptop full of sensitive files from the Tribe leader, Justinian, and needs help cracking the encryption. At first he wants sexy and intelligent Eden only for her computer wizardry -- but soon he wants her for much, much ...more
Paperback, 303 pages
Published February 1st 2006 by Pocket Star
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Jean
Romantic novel about vampires. I found myself laughing very early on - but not for the right reasons.
Su Halfwerk
This was my first book by Susan Sizemore, might be my last. Not sure yet.
This book had a very good premise, a brilliant setup, and an intriguing plot, yet it didn't deliver.
I felt the story was all over the place, without a proper focus on the blooming romance between Laurent and Eden. They just met, and then Bam! they are lovers. I couldn't detect that special bonding between them, the connection that could make a vampire hunter change her life for a vampire or why a vampire, as confused as he
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Laura the Highland Hussy
This is the 4th book in the Primes series by Susan Sizemore, and I will definitely be reading the whole series now! I was drawn into her world of Clans, Families, Primes and even werewolves and Hunters. It was a little hard at first diving straight into the 4th book without any background (I got the book secondhand and didn't know it was a series), but it was great. My favorite line of it was when Laurent and Eden were fighting some Manticores, when Laurent shouted at them, "Hey! That's MY human ...more
Danielle

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. Laurent renegade vampire Tribe Manticore has a bounty on his head from Justinian. Vampire hunter Eden Faveau cannot believe she gave up Hawaii to hunt vampires to work with Sid Wolf a member of Clan Wolf, on a drug dealings with Dawn. Laurent misguides Eden into the assumption that he is Sid Wolf when they first meet. The
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Marina
Read this in two days. Could not put the book down. Awesome chemistry between the main characters. I really was curious about the ending and I can't wait to read book 5 in the series next.
Rva Booklover
Laurent, the hero of Master of Darkness, is one of those characters who stands out, demands you notice him and goes out of his way to keep your attention. He first appears as a quasi villian in I Hunger For You, seemingly working with Tribe Manticore, the lowest of the low.

In Sizemore's world, there are 3 classes of vampires; The Clans, who are like royalty; The Families, who are upper to middle class; and The Tribes, the poor cousins. Laurent's mother, a Clan vampire, was captured by Justinian
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Ann aka Iftcan
Ok, before we get to the review, I have to lodge one of my "what the heck were they thinking with this cover model" rants. Why, why, why can't they at least check with the author and ask the simple question, "what do the hero and heroine look like?" But no, this seems to be an idea that publishers can NOT get into their teeny, tiny little brains. Our hero, Laurent, is a blond with long hair. The cover model is a brunette with SHORT hair. Sigh.

Ok, having gotten that rant out of the way--I enjoy S
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Jan
Dec 08, 2007 Jan rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: Paranormal Romance - Vampire Lovers
Book #4 of the vampire “PRIMES” series.

Bad boy vamp Laurent was introduce in “I Hunger for You”; his story is fleshed out and concluded in this book. I got'ta say I’ve always had a soft spot for misunderstood bad boys, who have a wicked sense of humor and deep down really want to be the hero. Such is the story of the renegade vampire, who doesn’t really want to be saddled with a mate and would rather be foot loose, fancy free, and rich from stolen wealth. But as they say things don’t always turn
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Kuljit
Okay, I picked up this book just by chance but I instantly fell in love with it during the first chapter. It's got a great plot - really interesting and Sizemore always kept me guessing what was going to happen next. The characters are funny, witty and of course sexy. Laurent is a great personality. He's charming, and as Eden describes in the book "quirky". I love Eden. She's strong, independent, smart and resourceful but you can always see the feminine side of her that falls for Laurent.
Michelle O'flynn
Gotta get the rest of the series and investigate the differences between Families, Clans and Tribes! While I have only read two int he series, and not in order, I have gleaned plenty of info about these differences, but this second instalment has me hungering for more!
Natalie
This is number 4 in the Primes series. If you like action, adventure, paranormal romance and sex, witty heroines and some implausible relationship snafus (typical paranormal romance stuff) then you'll enjoy all the Primes books, this one included.
Dana
Finally - a bad boy. Like this one better. I need my characters to have a little more depth and we had more of a comprehensive storyline with this one.
Kristin
Probably my Favorite from the 'Primes' series. (All of which I really enjoyed). I have yet to read anything of Susan Sizemore's that I didn't like!
Sarah
Good. I liked it a lot. I liked how both characters evolved into less narrow-minded people and they found happiness at the end.
*****what It
Jul 19, 2008 *****what It rated it 5 of 5 stars
Recommends it for: vampire romance
Again with the love and the biting during sex. OOOOHHH, LA, LA!!! Susan makes the characters real and vibrant.
Nay Nay
Good characters with great chemistry. I enjoyed the storyline, it was a quick read, a real page turner.
Tammy  Rigney
So far this is my favorite in this series. LOVE Laurent!
Lisa
Laurent is such a likeable character - very enjoyable.
Mary Cathie
Okay story...not as good as the first ones I've read.
Rebecca
Damn this was so good loved Laurent yum
ChampagneL8T
Laurent Wolf & Eden Faveau
Ju
I loved Laurant's story.
Cristina
3.5 really enjoyed it.
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Ally
20/1/09 - 3 stars
Kristen
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StrangeBedfellows
This is one of those books I've been tossing around for a while and have decided to finally give it a fighting chance. Why? Because lots of people seem to recommend Sizemore and her blurbs are all over the place. Plus, a series about vampires and werewolves? Of course, I had to try it on.

But first, let's take a moment to rant. The whole vampire/werewolf thing... done to death, am I right? I mean, I get that in a world where vampires exists it seems only fitting to allow for werewolves and what h
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♡ Sassy ~ Amy ♡
What I HATED!!

1. Cover - The dude is supposed to have supe long platinum blond hair. Who is on the cover? Not him.

2. The language - it is so old. Old terminology drives me nuts. "Was I missed?" in stead of "did you miss me?" Just little quirks all through the book including her romantic interlude (her words) and it's description.

3. Several conversations were incongruent to what was happening. Things brought up, but never answered. Partial info. that needs to be answered now, not in a couple boo
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Cinnamingirl
I just picked this tonight and read it on my nook - 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 ...more
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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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