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message 1: by PurpleObsessor_15 (last edited Mar 10, 2008 02:39AM) (new)

PurpleObsessor_15 (hunnybunn13) | 7 comments This author, Susan Sizemore has the most imaginative way of displaying vampires I have ever SEEN!! Granted, her books are a bit OLD for me, but they don't seem like your reading porn. In my favorite one "I Thirst for You", all the sex is just a bond between Josaphine and Cage. It isn't disgusting, it's sweet and sentmental, and something sacred. My mother can't understand that.
If none of you have read anything by Sizemore, I SO recomend her.

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calicheri | 39 comments I really like her books too.

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Shannon  (giraffe_days) Someone recommended her to me before, but I can't quite figure out which is the first book. I like to read in order if I can.

message 4: by Laura (new)

Laura (laurastamps) Thanks, Goth Chick!

I have almost all of Sizemore's books ready to read next after I finish the Feehan series. She had been reccomended to me last year, so I am really looking forward to reading her vamp series. I'm thrilled to hear you like it too!


This is the series in order. It is called "Primes"

1.) I Burn for You
2.) I Thirst for You
3.) I Hunger for You
4.) Master of Darkness
5.) Primal Heat
6.) Primal Desires

Happy reading!


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message 6: by Jan (new)

Jan (jan1228) I LUV her Primes series. I started off by reading #6 Primal Desires. Purchased the whole series and started reading it from the beginning. BTW, Book #7 "Primal Needs" comes out Dec. 8, 2008

FYI: There's 2 novellas in the series -
#2.5 "A Touch of Harry" in The shadows of Christmas Past (ISBN 0-7434-8296-4)

#6.5 "Tempting Fate" in Moon Fever (ISBN 1-4165-1490-2)

PurpleObsessor_15 (hunnybunn13) | 7 comments Glad I could be of help. Does anyone suggest any other books by her?

message 8: by Jan (last edited Mar 13, 2008 03:13PM) (new)

Jan (jan1228) She has a series called 'Laws of the Blood' but I’d be very wary of them. My impression of the first book "The Hunt" is as follows:

"I don’t know what it was about this book, but I just couldn’t connect with it. There were two different story view points that left me bewildered and detached; until about the last 6 chapters of the book when they finally meshed together. I couldn’t seem to feel any empathy for the characters, and I had to grit my teeth and force myself to finish the book."

If you're still curious I'd find it at the library or half price at a used book store.

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Anita (anitaw) | 165 comments I recently finished Harlequin by Laurel K. Hamilton (book 15 in the Anita Blake series - I'm finally ready for Blood Noir), and there was a particular indiscrepencany that has been an itch in the back of my brain ever since. When Anita was recovering from a particularly brutal attack and was about to invoke the ardeur, Sophie (Richard's 2nd in command) excused herself from the room because "she doesn't do women." I thought Sophie was gay with a therapist wolf girlfriend and that the whole reason she didn't want to be lupa was so she didn't have to have sex with men. Wasn't that in Lunatic Cafe, or somewhere around that book in the series? If someone has a steller memory or is on that book right now, I'd love to know I'm not losing my mind.

Jael ~ *~ Syhren ~* ~ (wwwgoodreadscomprofilejael) Anita- I thought I was losing my mind when I read that as well. I just chalked it up to her not wanting to be apart of Anitas' harem and it was meant to as sort of a funny dig.

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Erica Poole | 21 comments Is the Anita Blake series the one where she is stuck with some Vampire guy that she kinda hates as her 'boss' and she is dating a werewolf or something too? If so, the early ones were good, but eventually it became too much for me, did she write Micah? Because I just couldn't take that one, didn't get past the first few chapters, but I love the ones that you listed Laura, read all of those!

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Gina (ginrobi) | 137 comments I've read up to Danse Macabre and I seriously debated on picking up The Harlequin. That's how disappointed I was with DM. I had a hard time finishing it. The whole book consisted of nothing but sex and politics and by halfway through the book it was getting tiresome. But, I picked up The Harlequin anyway. It's sitting in my TBR pile as we speak - just haven't had the incentive to pick it up as of yet. Some people think I'm late with this series, but I can't afford to pick up hardcover and have to wait for the MMP. I sure hope the story line picks up in this one or, much to my own horror, I may just give this series up. And I've never given up a series in my entire life!

message 13: by Summer (new)

Summer (summerbp) | 59 comments Do it--you probably won't regret it (wait, not give it up. I meant read The Harlequin! Many of us felt that it revived hope in the series.)

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