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Book Reviews of Primal Heat

Primal Heat
Primal Heat
Author: Susan Sizemore
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ISBN-13: 9781476711140
ISBN-10: 1476711143
Publication Date: 8/1/2012
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 2 ratings
Publisher: Gallery Books
Book Type: Paperback
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ceeceelandau avatar reviewed Primal Heat on + 282 more book reviews
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.
ceeceelandau avatar reviewed Primal Heat on + 282 more book reviews
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.
ceeceelandau avatar reviewed Primal Heat on + 282 more book reviews
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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