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Denver psychologist Kismet Knight counsels vampires. Her life changed forever when she discovered a preternatural underworld and became involved with gorgeous eight-centuries-old Devereux, the powerful leader of a vampire coven.
Still adjusting to her new role as an expert on all things paranormal - as well as her unexpected notoriety and new clientele - Kismet schedules what she believes is simply another radio interview. She couldn’t be more mistaken. Not only does the radio host behave very strangely, but an ominous on-air call from day-walking vampire Lyren Hallow turns Kismet’s world upside down - again.
Shortly thereafter Maxie Westhaven, a tabloid newspaper reporter in search of a juicy story, befriends Kismet, leading her into a bizarre world of role players, lost souls, and death, while events conspire to cause Victoria Essex, Devereux’s building manager and resident witch, to disclose a startling secret of her own.
Meanwhile Luna, Devereux’s hostile femme fatale personal assistant, recognizes a perfect opportunity to throw a wrench into her boss’s blossoming relationship with the human psychologist and, to complicate matters further, Kismet’s old boyfriend, self-absorbed psychologist Tom Radcliffe, shows up with his own outlandish request.
Immortal insanity, anyone?
“Lynda Hilburn has created a fascinating world of vampires and the supernatural.... Believable, exciting, and different, this series is one any vampire lover will surely adore. Hilburn’s writing style is exquisite and her imagery amazing.” (Night Owl Romance)
“[A] steamy, bloody, and funny read, with Kismet's and Devereux's dialogue making me laugh more than a few times. The introduction of a few new characters, and the reappearance of some others made this a great sequel, and I can't wait to read more.” (ParaNormal Romance)
“Crimson Psyche is a page-turner. The first-person narration is top-notch, and Hilburn mixes suspense and humor as she turns contemporary Colorado into a playground populated with quirky humans and vampires.” (Romantic Times)