Companions Selena Crawford is a Chicago homicide detective She is also the unwilling companion of Istvan chief of the Enforcers They do their best to avoid one another until they both find themselves investigat

  • Title: Companions
  • Author: Susan Sizemore
  • ISBN: 9780441008759
  • Page: 166
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Selena Crawford is a Chicago homicide detective She is also the unwilling companion of Istvan, chief of the Enforcers They do their best to avoid one another until they both find themselves investigating the murder of a vampire.

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    1 thought on “Companions”

    1. Unpleasant. Don't bother. This series sucks. If curious, read the first in the series by checking the book out from the library. Then quit. I read this far because I bought the series on impulse. My bad.

    2. While the Prime vampire series is more popular, I prefer the Laws of the Blood series. This series is more plot driven. It still have sexy love stories, but it has an interesting underlying story about vampire politics. Companions is my favorite book in this series. Istevan is an enforcer, which is a vampire cop. He kills bad vampires. Then he eats them. During an investigation of a corrupt Chicago vampire, he rescues Chicago Cop, Selena. Despite centuries of avoiding the companion bond, Istevan [...]

    3. Better than the first two, the author dropped the annoying multiple points of view and stuck with just the main two characters.Still can't recommend this series, no matter how much they talk about soul mates the whole link between companions and vampires is far too much like rape and slavery, even between the characters your supposed to like.Since I don't normally write reviews unless I have something specific to say, here's the break down of how I rate my books1 star This book was bad, so bad I [...]

    4. This time the companion is Selena, a Chicago police detective. Her vampire is Istvan. We've heard about him in earlier books. He is a damphire, the son of a male vampire and a Roma woman, born in the time of Vlad the Impaler. As in each of the books, the coupling already exists, but isn't working out too well at the beginning of the book. The HEA at the end of each book makes it Paranormal Romance in many ways. And as in each of the earlier books there is more than one pairing going on, and as u [...]

    5. I read this book several years ago and didn't realize it was part of a series (which I did not read). I found it hard to follow. Having said that, I remember some specific things I did not like about this book. First, Selena was the "Companion" to Istvan (AKA Steve), the Vampire. They were supposed to be soulmates and all that, but he treated her horribly. Steve would pop in and out of Selena's apartment (booty call). She never knew when he would come/go, and once he was too busy and two years w [...]

    6. I got to the middle of this book and put it down do to shear boredom, that was a month and a half ago. Last night I finally picked it up and finished it. I can't understand how this series can be so bland and yet Sizemore's "Primes" series can hold my attention in a vice grip and not let me go. I still have 2 more books in the series to read, and read them I will. I bought them at full price and it would be a shame to waste the money I paid by not reading them.

    7. I actually much preferred this book to the other 'Laws of the Blood', the characters seemed far more interesting through the aid of the chatrooms and so on, but as a whole the book just seemed quite flat and predictible. But hey, I'm reading number four now, so what does that say about me?

    8. Somewhere between pages 80 to 100 I got bored. I tried to let go and just enjoy a silly smut novel but the writing was pedestrian and I couldn't take anymore. I did skip to the end and read the final chapter which didn't seem to matter. This book just wasn't for me.

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