"I 'burn' for the next book in this series!"
Susan Sizemore's, I Burn For You is a fast read with
great action and intensity. Creating a new series where
Vampires are born and apart of the human history. That
there society is matriarchal and their technology is
cutting edge as some are able to walk during the day with
assistance of medical research.
Alec Reynard is formerly of the Delta Forces and a
Vampire. He is able to walk by day thank to the drugs he
has been taking. But something is going wrong. The drugs
are not as affective and his sensitivity to daylight is
increasing as his urge as a Prime to take a bondmate is
Domini Lancer has been somewhat psychic since she can
remember but tries to keep it low key, as she gets older.
Currently she is an employee of her grandfather's firm,
which hires out as security or bodyguards for those that
can afford it. With a strict work ethic and a somewhat
kick ass attitude, Domini knows her employment is
contingent on that she not fraternizing with the other men.
Alec is in need of work and distraction as he tries to
cope with his growing urges. Thus he stumbles into a job
that brings him literally in contact with his bondmate,
Domini. She too, senses recognition of this man and takes
an instant distrust to better secure her feelings for him.
Since the nature of Alec's clan is protection it is only
appropriate that he enter this line of work but to find out
his bondmate is there only creates a more frustrating irony
for him. As he knows he cannot have her until he can get
himself under more control. But things become complicated
as a security detail takes a turn when the real victim is
not their client, but Domini.
Susan Sizemore does a fantastic job of sexual tension,
hot love scenes and sexy dreams one could only hope for. I
found this book to be fast, fun and very sexy. This is
definitely an alpha male who has met his match, as Domini
is one tough nugget! Though some would say this is
reminiscent of other author writings, I still think Susan
Sizemore carves out her own niche in this very sensual dark
world and I look forward to reading more of this series.
Reviewed by Mindy Lobaugh
Posted March 4, 2004