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Sunrise at Sunset (Sunset Vampire Series, Book 1) (Discontinued First Edition) (The Sunset Series) Paperback – September 30, 2010


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Product Details

  • Series: The Sunset Series
  • Paperback: 432 pages
  • Publisher: Rutherford Literary Group (September 30, 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0982861303
  • ISBN-13: 978-0982861301
  • Product Dimensions: 0.9 x 5.5 x 8.5 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (116 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,344,035 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"I must tell you it is no ordinary vampire story." — Gloria Lakritz, Paranormal Romance Guild

<span>"I must tell you it is no ordinary vampire story." — Gloria Lakritz, Paranormal Romance Guild</span>

<span>"I must tell you it is no ordinary vampire story." — Gloria Lakritz, Paranormal Romance Guild</span>

Review: Sunrise at Sunset. What a refreshing read. A book where the tables are turned on the human girl/vampire boy. Here we are a very strong alpha female vampire, Katrina. She is a mix of both Traditional vampire (kills, drink human blood, can't go out in sunlight) and the new vampire that is books just now. Katrina is very an old vampire and in my head with Jaz's skillful writing I could hear that she was old the way she spoke. Caleb is the human, who is a real treat to read. Not often do I read a novel where the male is the human. Caleb has an innocence about that it real intriguing. Although neither them was my favourite character. I love Paige, she is just fun to read. A perky vampire who would be a great best friend but never get on her bad side. She also had the best line in the whole book. "Friends may help move furniture. But best friends help dispose of body parts" Sunrise at Sunset is a fantastic read that really kept me on my toes wondering what was going to happened next. There was never a dull moment while reading it. Jaz Primo has produced a fantastic story in the first of The Sunset Series and I am looking forward to find out what is going to happen next with the characters I have grown to love. A huge two thumbs up Jaz. Siobhan (admin), Love Fantasy Novels, 14th Oct 2010 --Love Fantasy Novels Book Club

From the Author

Jaz Primo delves into flights of fancy and realms of imagination; eagerly sharing with you. -- jazprimo.com

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Jaz Primo: Delving into flights of fancy and realms of imagination; eagerly sharing with you.

Wicked Sunset, the latest work from award-winning author Jaz Primo, is the fourth novel in his extremely popular Sunset Vampire series (preceded by Sunrise at Sunset, A Bloody London Sunset, and Summit at Sunset) which was third-place winner of the Paranormal Romance Guild's Reviewer's Choice Award Best Paranormal Series in 2012. The next book in the series, Sunset Rising, is tentatively scheduled for release in late 2014.

Bringer of Fire is the first volume in Jaz's Logan Bringer urban fantasy series. In Bringer of Fire, an army veteran manifests telekinetic powers only to confront corporate and governmental cover-ups, as well as threats from a clandestine terrorist organization. The world quickly discovers that one man's powers could change the course of humankind. The sequel, Bringer Unleashed, is due out in late 2014.

His first young adult paranormal romance, Gwen Reaper, was released to extremely positive Amazon reader reviews, and went on to win the Paranormal Romance Guild's Reviewer's Choice Award for Best Young Adult Novel of the Year in 2012.

For more information on Jaz Primo's books, please visit: http://jazprimo.com

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The Sunset Vampire Series
Sunrise at Sunset
A Bloody London Sunset
Summit at Sunset
Wicked Sunset
Sunset Rising (Fall 2014)

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The Logan Bringer Urban Fantasy Series
Bringer of Fire
Bringer Unleashed (Late 2014)

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Gwen Reaper (A Young Adult Paranormal Romance)
Winner of the Paranormal Romance Guild's Reviewer's Choice Award
for Best Young Adult Novel of 2012!

Customer Reviews

Just a good book if you enjoy vampires like I do.
Amazon Customer
The plots are not the same by any means, but there are just too many coincidences- including covers that seem somewhat similar.
J. E. Ramsey
Here we are a very strong alpha female vampire, Katrina.
Wee Shubba

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

159 of 165 people found the following review helpful By Kerry A. Bangs on September 20, 2011
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Let me explain why I'm complaining about this book as clearly as possible so you can make an educated decision about whether or not to read it.

It all started when the vamp chick met this kid at age 8. She watched him grow up and took care of him from afar until he became a college teacher in his early 20's. Do I sense a sex with mommy theme? Uh, yeah...

When she revealed her true identity to him, he freaked out in such a shameful way that he almost killed himself running away from her, then stayed away from her for days. When they finally talked again, she first assured him that she loved him and he was safe with her. Then in the next breath, proceeded to tell him a list of "rules" of being with her, and that if he broke them, she would be forced to kill him, and that she has killed all her previous mates except the one that committed suicide. Uhh, ok. So we're then to believe that he stayed with her?

Next, he gets a mysterious job offer from a woman who behaves just like his vamp girlfriend and even lays down some think innuendo about having him for dessert, but somehow the lightbulb doesn't go off that she's also a vamp??? Ok, this guy is beyond dim witted! I'm starting to hope he gets killed.

So now he's kept prisoner at his vamp girlfriend's house to protect him, and she ignores him, talks harshly to him, scares him, and they argue constantly, but not in a passionate "I just love you so much" kind of way. She refuses to share anything about herself, even how old she is, and gets pissed if he even asks. Whenever she actually is nice to him, she talks to him like he's five. And she mommy's him like crazy, reminding him to drink water and take his vitamins. Eeewwwww!!!
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28 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Soltrain on March 5, 2011
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I really HATED this book. Unfortunately, as bad as this book was, the worst part for me was that I paid full price a couple weeks before the price plummeted to 99 cents. Anyway, my major issue with this book is the main characters. I chose this book because it sounded like a great urban fantasy. The great thing about urban fantasies are the kick @$$ heroines, and in that way Sunrise did deliver. However, I don't read 70's or 80's wimpy historical romances because of the pathetic, too-stupid-to-live heroines who cannot think for themselves and need the strong man to save them from life. Imagine my horror when I realized that Sunrise just flipped the switch and gave me an uber heroine to save the day then go home to her TSTL lover (who by the way couldn't even be left alone without a babysitter. I kid you not, the dude was left behind with a babysitter!)
I have NEVER read a book like this, and with any luck I never will again. Take my advice, stay out of the Sunrise or you might get burned.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Albinomex ~ Jeni's Bookshelf on September 14, 2012
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I enjoyed this book! Jaz Primo has a clever way of mixing up "the norm" & making you want to see what's to come. Throughout the book I had mixed emotions about the alpha vampire Katrina. The author did a great job giving her very common feminine traits, & while it definitely made sense for her role it had me wanting to scream to her at times "If you'd just voice your thoughts rather than holding them in people might have a chance to show you their potential! Give 'em a chance!" LOLz I also enjoyed getting to know Caleb's character. Who wouldn't fall for his endearing qualities?!? :)I loved all of the unexpected twists that came, & I truly felt I understood the characters & their feelings, decision making, & plotting. I absolutely loved the vampire buddies coming in to the story as well! Alton & Paige quickly became characters I looked forward to seeing more of the following chapters. And finally the ending...every time I feared it was coming to an end & prepared myself to say goodbye to this great book & it's characters we were hit with another unexpected twist & got a few more chapters out of it. :) Furthermore each time I thought I had the ending figured out I was pleasantly surprised it went a completely different direction! Bravo!!
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7 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Loyal Fan on January 17, 2012
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While this only cost 99 cents downloading it to my Kindle it wasn't worth it. The characters were one dimensional and cliched. I gave up after the 3rd chapter as it was just too awful. I love strong female lead characters and good authors like Jeannine Frost, C. J. Baker and Diana Pharaoh Francis to name just a few are much better bets and well worth the money.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By BARBARA VOGT on February 18, 2013
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Utterly outstanding book. However, I couldn't call it perfect. I enjoyed the switch from male dominence to female. Its a great shift and makes the book interesting.
I did get confused with the height issues. Some times Kat was taller than Caleb, sometimes not. Also, it seemed strange that noone would miss Caleb while being cared for.
I would highly recommend this book and those that follow.
Eliminate the middleman, I'll be going to the authors web site:)
Thank you for introducing me to a great new series.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Taina Boricua on January 18, 2013
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The first book on the Kat and Calen saga. Here you have one where the female is the vampire that cares and protects the male, even when he doesn't want her too. You will be hooked and will want to read books two and three to see what happens next. A lot happens in this book the to set the events of the next two books. I love this series!
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