Books by Susan Sizemore

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The Price of Innocence

A Retro Review originally published on April 17, 1999 Susan Sizemore's book, The Price of Innocence, takes place in late Victorian London. Sherrie Hamilton is an American - a widow with an eight-year-old daughter, Minnie. She has come to London with her cousins, Faith and Daisy and her aunt Dora t ...

C
Primal Heat

This latest entry in Susan Sizemore’s seemingly endless series of vampire romances has about as much bite as a bowl of Count Chocula. I had hopes for this one, quite frankly, because the first few chapters featuring a wedding reception quickie between cop Phillipa Elliot and vampire Matt Bridge ...

B
Scandalous Miranda

While it is true that Romance-land contains no shortage of spies or family series, there are still spy romances out there well-written enough to grab and hold a reader's attention. While I admit that the premise of a family of lovable spies seemed a bit much for me to go along with initially, Mir ...

C
I Hunger For You

I Hunger for You is the third single title in Susan Sizemore's vampire series. The series, which has hooked a multitude of readers and also features two short stories, is one I've enjoyed in the past, but I found this particular entry lacking. Colin Foxe is a Prime vampire out to have a good ...

B
The Shadows of Christmas Past by Susan Sizemore and Christine Feehan

The Shadows of Christmas Past offers two stories, one a wonderful read and the other only just good enough to pass the time. Both stories, though, have enough plot to keep the reader interested and spread a little holiday cheer. A Rocky Mountain Miracle by Christine Feehan Although the tit ...

C
I Thirst for You

I Thirst for You is the fourth book I've read by Susan Sizemore, who seems to be somewhat uneven as an author. I enjoyed her 2001 vampire fiction release, Laws of the Blood: Companions, but this new book is saturated with lust and cheese and almost devoid of characterization. Jo Elliot is a pi ...

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I Burn for You

I love sinking my teeth into a great vampire book. Sizemore's hunky vamps can visit me anytime! Domini Lancer works hard at her grandfather's private security company. She loves her job and protects her clients very efficiently. Lately, though, her psychic abilities threaten to interfere with ...

D
Captured Innocence

Captured Innocence is a princess story with little charm. I read and enjoyed one of Sizemore’s fantasy titles, so I was a bit surprised at how little this book engaged me. Lady Lily Bancroft grew up living a fairly simple life in the English countryside. Her parents were loving, and she didn ...

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Laws of the Blood: Deceptions

Though I've read a couple of Susan Sizemore's romance novels, she's gone in an entirely diffferent direction with this series. A romantic element remains, but be warned: these are not kind and gentle vampires. While the books in Laws of the Blood are genre novels, the genre is horror - not romance. ...

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Laws of the Blood: The Hunt

I've heard many positive comments about Susan Sizemore's Laws of the Blood vampire series, and being a tremendous fan of vampire fiction, I was thrilled to find Laws of the Blood: The Hunt, the novel that began it all. But as I began to read my excitement faded and I continued turning the pages only ...