: Blood Therapy (Kismet Knight, Vampire Psychologist Series) ( ): Lynda Hilburn, Kate Rudd: Books. Colorado psychologist Kismet Knight and the dark world of vampires are back in this sexy, romantic sequel to the wicked romp, The Vampire reeling. Blood Therapy (Kismet Knight, Vampire Psychologist, book 2) by Lynda Hilburn – book cover, description, publication history.

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I say this because the sex scence feel sort of tacked on and not part of the story. I Loved this book too, but just not as much as the first one. Add to that an extremely dangerous psychotic vampire determined to kill any woman who reminds him of the gy as he works his way toward her and the story gets my five-star rating!

After a childhood filled with invisible friends, sightings of dead relatives and a fascination with the occult, turning to the paranormal was a no-brainer. Her bloodsucking patients won’t leave her alone, a monster sh This is the second in the Kismet Knight series.

Editorial Reviews Review ‘So did I like the book? At time Kismet questions her whole involvement with the Vampires as a race as well as her relationship with Devereux. That was until she met master vampire Devereux, an year-old hunk, who not only managed to convince the entirely rational shrink that vampires really do exist – he also persuaded her to start dating him.

I mean, Anne Rice is a great writer but I have to take a break after one of her books cause I feel like a psychic vampire left me hollow inside If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it.

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He’s definitely on top of the food chain, in his tgerapy level and his intensity. Kismet on the other hand has a tendency to overthink everything. A little dense in some places, and a bit rushed in others, this book nevertheless kept my attention and certainly induced me to pick up the sequel as well.


Devereaux declared his love for the main character stupid name also Kismet. Can Alan – or Devereux – track down the elusive Lucifer, or bloodd Kismet destined to confront him herself?

Aug 25, Heather Bood rated it liked it. Subscribe to Blog via Email Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Where the heroine finds clothes of exceptional quality that fit perfectly seemimgly with no physical means of being measured up for them. No trivia or quizzes yet. I recommend this novel for anyone who enjoys vampire novels but wish they had happier endings. It all comes to a gripping head, but it appears one of the famous people she has met is causing all the mayhem that has been affecting them, but it is good to see not all is bad between Kismet and Devereux they do get to spend some quality time together.

The story was entertaining, undead issues and after death issues make therapy hilarious. Product details File Size: Last time I got the impression that it would be romance and lots of paranormal fights in the second book.

Now it feels the story with her and the story hilbrn with Lucifer is really finished and we can move on to the next chapter.

Poor Kismet is desperate for any help, be that from an overly-amorous FBI buddy, mystical zen-vampire in charge of vampire library or even perverted Dracula Don’t have a Kindle? Excellent 2nd half to book 1.

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Just when you think, “this can’t get any weirder for kismet”, yup it does and you’re just left wondering what in the hell is next? There was a problem filtering reviews right now.


I did think that some of the mentally ill vampire patients were portrayed as a bit of a side show therapt there were a few places where I felt the portrayals were disrespectful – but it wasn’t enough to put me off from enjoying the book, and I hope to see more from this author.

This second book in the Kismet Knight, psychotherapist to paranormal entities, continues with its humorous, scary, horrific and romantic sort of foray into a different angle on vampires and other things that bump into humans. In The Vampire Shrink we see saw her fall in love with Devereux, and completely change her life tehrapy her business as a consequence. A page turner not only because I wanted to find out how everything resolved but because I couldn’t believe how twisted and layered the events and politics of vampires could be.

Some of her new vamp patients are so weird. The last two chapters were hyper boring. It then descended into s I wished I never bought all three of these books on my nook.

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I really bblood Blood Therapy. If you’re looking for a three-dimensional, deep-thinking heroine who doesn’t run from danger or all the things that go bump in the night, grab Blood Therapy and start reading. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Read more Read less.