Book Reviews of Primal Heat (Primes, Bk 5)

Primal Heat (Primes, Bk 5)
Primal Heat - Primes, Bk 5
Author: Susan Sizemore
ISBN-13: 9781416513353
ISBN-10: 1416513353
Publication Date: 7/25/2006
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.9/5 Stars.
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3.9 stars, based on 239 ratings
Publisher: Pocket Star
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 7
A good read with a swiftly progressing storyline. There's a fair amount of sexual tension and Sizemore drops bit of useful information at appropriate intervals of the story. It keeps your interest in the story piqued. I was pleased with the book and read it over two days.
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Helpful Score: 2
Part of her vampire series. Sworn to protect his people at any cost, Mathias's years of acting as guardian have left him feeling something is missing from his life. He finds out what that is when he becomes involved again with Phillipa, the police officer he once shared a brief affair with. Uncovering treachery against his clan, he tries to push Phillipa away to the safety of her mortal life. Can he ignore the desire for his lifemate in order to keep her safe?
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Helpful Score: 2
I really enjoyed this story! It's been my favorite so far in the series. I just love a man with an accent!
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Helpful Score: 1
I love this series! Very good addition.
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Helpful Score: 1
Each book in this series gets better. 5 stars!!!
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Helpful Score: 1
This is the first I have read of the author. I enjoyed the read. It was quick and it caught my attention right off the bat with the romance. It did not lead into a long introduction. I thought the writing was a bit corny at times. A little too unbelievable. There could have been more detail in the romance and how Mathias brings her to pleasure in a just a bite. He is a PRIME and just that title alone brings along a lot of expectations.

All in all it was a good quick read. I am going to continue reading the series.
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Helpful Score: 1
Can a heroic vampire protec his clan from danger-and save himself form burning desire?

I like this book about. It was a fast read for me
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Helpful Score: 1
Loved the book. Could not put down until finished.
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Helpful Score: 1
great book! nice peice to a Sizemore paranormal romance collection.
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Helpful Score: 1
Was so glad to finally get this one in the series. Read it in about 3 hours and loved it! Can't wait for the next one to come out!
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Helpful Score: 1
Ms. Sizemore creates sensual fantasy with strong female characters.
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Helpful Score: 1
Love her books and this series
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Helpful Score: 1
Great! This series gets better and better!
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Helpful Score: 1
Excellent!!
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Helpful Score: 1
Lots of fun!
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Helpful Score: 1
A good read!
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Helpful Score: 1
Ok read for a rainy day.
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Helpful Score: 1
Good read, though you really should read the others in the series first. I didn't think there was much development on the hero, but it still was interesting enough to read.
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Helpful Score: 1
What can I say, great book. Love all her books. This is about Prime Matt & Phillipa. Great story. Couldn't put it down, read in 1 day.
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Helpful Score: 1
another great Vampire read by Susan Sizemore.
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Helpful Score: 1
Don't usually let go of books in a series that I have on my keeper shelf, but this really didn't seem to have the zing of the others.
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Helpful Score: 1
This is one of my favorite paranormal series. However, this isn't really the best one. Sometimes it's a little slow and then towards the end it felt rather rushed. And not only that, many of the characters in the other books have much more believeable reactions when finding out about the paranormal things. The female in this one? She just seems a little too unbelieveable. And yes, I know that these books are supposed to be a little out there, but let's be serious.

But all in all? It's well worth reading and something that I'd suggest to anyone that wants a good paranormal book.
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These are generally a fast fluffy read. Nice distraction when you can't take anything heavy.
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I enjoyed this book so much I could not put it down! This is a great read if you're a romantic with a sense of humor. It has romance, suspense, erotic sex to get your blood boiling and will even make you smile.
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AS PRIME OF HIS VAMPIRE FAMILY, MATHIAS BRIDGER IS SWORN TO PROTECT HIS KIND AT ANY COST-BUT YEARS OF ACTING AS A FIERCE GUARDIAN OF HIS PEOPLE HAVE LEFT HIM YEARNING FOR MORE OUT OF LIFE. HIS CHANCE COMES IN THE FORM OF PHILLIPA ELLIOT,THE BEAUTIFUL POLICE OFFICER WHOSE ALLURE HASN'T DIMMED IN TWO YEARS SINCE THEY HAD A BRIEF,TORRID AFFAIR. AND THOUGH SHE'S INVOLVED WITH SOMEONE ELSE NOW,PHILLIPA CAN'T DENY THE FEELING THAT MATT IS HER DESTINY. ANOTHER GREAT BOOK FROM SUSAN SIZEMORE,I LOVE HER BOOKS.
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This was my first book I have read that Suzan Sizemore has written. I was looking for a good addicting series and I found it! Its an easy read with lots of sex and vampires. I read this and went to the computer at once to find the beginning of the series.
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I loved this book!! It was one of Sizemore's best.
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When I began this book I didn't realize it was a series, so when I began the book I was a little lost on the beginning. After I read through a few chapters I didn't feel like I missed much. I guess each book is a stand-alone, with a few references to characters in previous and future books.

After just the first chapter this book reminded me of the books written by Lynsay Sands, the "Argeneau" series. Both books are about Vampires who are not evil, but who have occasional rogues that murder humans and must be tracked down and killed. They both have hunters who track down the rogue and vampire hunters who want to kill them all.

Primal Heat is the fifth book in the series. This book is a story about a young woman, Phillipa, who feels she has lost control of her life. She use to be a cop, but is now afflicted with diabetes and is insulin depended, which has effectively ended her career. She feels drawn towards Bridger a man she meet a few years ago and who she still craves. Bridger hunts rogues and knows Phillipa is his mate, but refuses to claim her. He's afraid of placing her in harms way after the previous hunter lost his mate to a vengeful vampire.

This book contains some exhilarating moments when vampires, hunters and vampire hunters have their fight scenes. Some very close calls make the reading fun and hard to put down mid chapter. The hot and heavy moments were great but the story line was what made me not want to put the book down.

I love finding books with action, love, some violence and a plot that makes you not want to stop reading. I'll definitely be looking for more of Susan Sizemore's books.
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When I began this book I didn't realize it was a series, so when I began the book I was a little lost on the beginning. After I read through a few chapters I didn't feel like I missed much. I guess each book is a stand-alone, with a few references to characters in previous and future books.

After just the first chapter this book reminded me of the books written by Lynsay Sands, the "Argeneau" series. Both books are about Vampires who are not evil, but who have occasional rogues that murder humans and must be tracked down and killed. They both have hunters who track down the rogue and vampire hunters who want to kill them all.

Primal Heat is the fifth book in the series. This book is a story about a young woman, Phillipa, who feels she has lost control of her life. She use to be a cop, but is now afflicted with diabetes and is insulin depended, which has effectively ended her career. She feels drawn towards Bridger a man she meet a few years ago and who she still craves. Bridger hunts rogues and knows Phillipa is his mate, but refuses to claim her. He's afraid of placing her in harms way after the previous hunter lost his mate to a vengeful vampire.

This book contains some exhilarating moments when vampires, hunters and vampire hunters have their fight scenes. Some very close calls make the reading fun and hard to put down mid chapter. The hot and heavy moments were great but the story line was what made me not want to put the book down.

I love finding books with action, love, some violence and a plot that makes you not want to stop reading. I'll definitely be looking for more of Susan Sizemore's books.
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When I began this book I didn't realize it was a series, so when I began the book I was a little lost on the beginning. After I read through a few chapters I didn't feel like I missed much. I guess each book is a stand-alone, with a few references to characters in previous and future books.

After just the first chapter this book reminded me of the books written by Lynsay Sands, the "Argeneau" series. Both books are about Vampires who are not evil, but who have occasional rogues that murder humans and must be tracked down and killed. They both have hunters who track down the rogue and vampire hunters who want to kill them all.

Primal Heat is the fifth book in the series. This book is a story about a young woman, Phillipa, who feels she has lost control of her life. She use to be a cop, but is now afflicted with diabetes and is insulin depended, which has effectively ended her career. She feels drawn towards Bridger a man she meet a few years ago and who she still craves. Bridger hunts rogues and knows Phillipa is his mate, but refuses to claim her. He's afraid of placing her in harms way after the previous hunter lost his mate to a vengeful vampire.

This book contains some exhilarating moments when vampires, hunters and vampire hunters have their fight scenes. Some very close calls make the reading fun and hard to put down mid chapter. The hot and heavy moments were great but the story line was what made me not want to put the book down.

I love finding books with action, love, some violence and a plot that makes you not want to stop reading. I'll definitely be looking for more of Susan Sizemore's books.
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As Prime of his vampire Family, Mathias Bridger is sworn to protect his own kind at any cost-but years of acting as a fierce gaurdian of his people have left him yearning for more out of life. His chance comes in the form of Phillipa Elliot, the beautiful police officer whoes allure hasn't dimmmed in the two years since they had a torrid affair. And though she's involved with someone else now, Phillipa can't deny the feeling that Matt is her destiny.

When the Family comes under attack from Fanatical vampire hunters, Matt uncovers treachery that shatters his world...
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Primal hot. Vampires in modern times.
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As Prime of his vampire Family, Mathias Bridger is sworn to protect his own kind at any cost--but years of acting as a fierce guardian of his people have left him yearning for more out of life. His chance come in the form of Phillipa Elliot, the beautiful police officer whose allure hasn't dimmed in the two years since they had a brief, torrid affair. And though she's involved with someone else now, Phillipa can't deny the feeling that Matt is her destiny.

When the Famliy comes under attack from fanatical vampire hunters, Matt uncovers treachery that shatters his world. So how ca he possibly invite Phillipa into it? Fighting to protect his kin, he tries to push Phillipa away to the safety of her mortal life==but he aches for her and his will is no match for the flames of their all-consuming passion...
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When I began this book I didn't realize it was a series, so when I began the book I was a little lost on the beginning. After I read through a few chapters I didn't feel like I missed much. I guess each book is a stand-alone, with a few references to characters in previous and future books.

After just the first chapter this book reminded me of the books written by Lynsay Sands, the "Argeneau" series. Both books are about Vampires who are not evil, but who have occasional rogues that murder humans and must be tracked down and killed. They both have hunters who track down the rogue and vampire hunters who want to kill them all.

Primal Heat is the fifth book in the series. This book is a story about a young woman, Phillipa, who feels she has lost control of her life. She use to be a cop, but is now afflicted with diabetes and is insulin depended, which has effectively ended her career. She feels drawn towards Bridger a man she meet a few years ago and who she still craves. Bridger hunts rogues and knows Phillipa is his mate, but refuses to claim her. He's afraid of placing her in harms way after the previous hunter lost his mate to a vengeful vampire.

This book contains some exhilarating moments when vampires, hunters and vampire hunters have their fight scenes. Some very close calls make the reading fun and hard to put down mid chapter. The hot and heavy moments were great but the story line was what made me not want to put the book down.

I love finding books with action, love, some violence and a plot that makes you not want to stop reading. I'll definitely be looking for more of Susan Sizemore's books.
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Can a heroic vampire protect his clan from danger-and save himself from burning desire?

As Prime of his vampire Family, Mathias Bridger is sworn to protect his own kind at any cost-but years of acting as a fierce guardian of his people have left him yearning for more out of life. His chance comes in the form Phillipa Elliot, the beautiful police officer whose allure hasn't dimmed in the two years since they had a brief, torrid affair. And though she's involved with someone else now, Phillipa can't deny the feeling that Matt is her destiny.

When the Family comes under attack from fanatical vampire hunters, Matt uncovers treachery that shatters his world. So how can he possibly invite Phillipa into it? Fighting to protect his kin, he tries to push Phillipa away to the safety of her mortal life-but he aches for her, and his will is no match for the flames of their all-consuming passion...

"[A] sizzling tale." -Library Journal on I Thirst for You