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  • Mass Market Paperback: 352 pages
  • Publisher: Pocket Star (June 1 2004)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0743467434
  • ISBN-13: 978-0743467438
  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 10.3 x 16.3 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 91 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #463,797 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)


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By Buggy TOP 100 REVIEWER on Oct. 10 2013
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I'm pretty certain this was a case of the right book at the right time. And I say that because I've read some highly rated books lately that for whatever reason I've struggled to get through and yet couldn't put this one down. It might just be that I haven't read a paranormal (vampire) romance for ages and I welcomed the change from NA, YA, erotic shades of grey and romantic suspense, or it was a cleansing of the palate back from the days when I read nothing but vampire romances. (I think I must have missed them.) Then again maybe this was just an awesome book.

Anyhow, I Thirst For You is the second in the Prime series and I loved it. Easily read as a standalone (some world background/clan history is provided) this is a great story that will hit all your secret vampire fantasy buttons (you'd forgotten about) and will also work for those of you (me) into the whole kidnapping/taken hostage/prisoner/on the run thing -I personally love that theme. The story is very sexy, humorous, with good action scenes and an exciting yet somewhat predictable ending. All in all it's a great ride, in fact for the first hundred pages or so I couldn't put it down.

Pilot Josephine Elliot is recovering from a plane crash which left her feeling responsible for the death of several of her passengers. Filled with guilt she has escaped to the quiet of the desert for a week of camping and solitude. Jo is also suffering because she is able to read emotions and right now needs to block the noise in her head.

Vampire and `prime' Marcus Cage has just escaped from a top secret lab and is running across the desert. He is very hungry having been starved, abused and used as a test subject for months.
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From the first page, what can I say, dark, sensual, sexual, exciting, and electrifying! If you like vampires and erotica, this is the book for you! I had a most difficult time putting this book down each night. The writing was crisp and snappy. I just loved the edginess of the two main characters, Jo and Marc. Susan's world of family, clans, and tribes is refreshing. I give lots of kudos for I Thirst For You. Can't wait to read I Hunger For You next Spring! Way to go, Susan!
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By Tracy Allen on July 5 2004
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Yes there are very strong resemblences to Christine Feehan, but only in the best way and not at all derivitive. Sizemore is a very good writer who's in top form with this series. The prose is snappy, the story interesting, and the world-building fascinating. This is a don't miss for any fan of paranormal romance
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Having read other books by the same author, I found I was more than a little disappointed in this one, especially as part of an ongoing series.
The book itself is fairly short for the genre at 325 rather largely-typed softcover pages. As necessity, the character development, especially of Marc the hero, is stunted. If you haven't read the first in the series, you probably spent at least a couple dozen pages scratching your head and wondering what the heck a "Prime" was. There's a miniscule explanation, which doesn't at all do justice to what was a major plotline in book 1 and looks to be in book 3.
The heroine is typical: sexy, spunky, a little extraordinary, willing to accept a lot of strange behavior from a guy who looks good in a towel. What we know of the hero is also standard fare: sexy manly man with lots of secrets. That's about as deep as it gets, with barely a glance at his all-important family and clan lines. I'm not really sure why Sizemore chose to focus so much on the familial demands in the vamp hierarchy in book 1, only to nearly completely drop it in book 2.
The bad guy is interesting in a sort of mad-scientist cliched way and Sizemore keeps one theme constant that I appreciate: that the vamp isn't necessarily all-powerful, able to leap buildings in a single bound while never getting tired. Other than that, this book could easily have just appeared as one of the Harlequin books of the month. There's not much in here that is deserving of either the romance or the horror aisle, just enough of both to make it readable until the new Laurell Hamilton book is out.
I would only recommend this for die-hard Sizemore or vamp romance fans. It's not particularly well-written and the story won't stay with you for much more than an hour or two past finishing it, but it's okay for a painless, quickie beach read.
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I LOVED the first book, and read the sneak preview in the back of it for this one. The publisher should be spanked; they not only changed the title between publication of the sneak chapters and actual distribution of the book (Makes it hard to pre-order a book when you have a bogus title!) but once they put it out, they used cover art with NO relationship to the actual main charactors (He has curly short dark hair and a largish nose, she has short blonde hair; cover shows him with longish straight hair and her with long dark hair. Duh)
The first book concentrated on one faction of Vampire society, the Clans; this book features a representative of the Families. Each group sees the other through an ethnocentric point of view, which is refreshingly humanlike - - - I can't wait to see what she does with a member of the Tribes as a main charactor, or better yet, what the first-person view of a female vampire would be, considering their somewhat restricted biology. What I didn't like was the introduction of a paramilitary "DPI" like evil organization intent on developing immortality by experimenting on Vampires in a labratory. Hmm... read this elsewhere. She loves alpha males, fast pace, intricate personal relationships, and invests her writing with good background detail.
This was overall an engaging read, and you should read both this and "I BURN FOR YOU", if you haven't already.
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