Colorado psychologist Kismet Knight and the dark world of vampires are back in this sexy, romantic sequel to the wicked romp The Vampire Shrink.
Still reeling from the so-called vampire murders around Halloween, Kismet is trying to adjust to her new otherworldly patients and her unique relationship with drop-dead gorgeous nightwalker Devereux. She can’t deny her attraction to him, but is his intoxicating hold on her a loving embrace or vice-like grip? And while Devereux has been clear about what he’ll do to any immortal who lay a fang on her, Kismet is still being stalked by Lucifer, the obsessed bloodsucker targeting therapists for death.
With Kismet scheduled to make a presentation at the American Psychological Association’s New York conference, handsome FBI agent Alan Stevens feels it’s too risky to let her go without him. Not only is he concerned that the conference is a psychologist smorgasbord too juicy for Lucifer to pass up, but there is also some unfinished personal business with Kismet to be settled.
Can Alan - or Devereux - track down the elusive Lucifer? Or is Kismet destined to confront him herself?
©2013 Lynda Hilburn (P)2013 Brilliance Audio, Inc.
Kismet interal banter with herself.
Kismet. His is hilaroius!
Kismet. She does a better job with female voices.
At the top of my list, up there with Molly Harpers Werewolf books. A totally entertaining read. Characters are interesting and the book sucks you right in.
Its a vampire book, with a new and exciting twist.
When Devereux (vampire boyfriend)popped into Kismet's hotel room and she and the FBI Agent were in bed, but it wasn't what it looked like. Devereux jumped to conclusions. It was funny. I found myself laughing out loud, which happened several times in the two books
Yes, but I didn't, I savored it.
I really enjoyed reading this series so far, I can't wait for the third book. Blood Therapy wasn't as steamy or romantic as the first book. Although, I must say the drama and action was intense.
I liked the reader better in Vampire Shrink than Blood Therapy, but just a personal preference. Both were good.
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