: 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.
|Published (Last):||5 March 2018|
|PDF File Size:||19.28 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||6.29 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return hjlburn Book Page. Preview — Blood Therapy by Lynda Hilburn. Blood Therapy Kismet Knight, Ph. Kismet Knight knows exactly how to handle her clients, but when it comes to her lyndx, she’s on less steady ground.
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. Kismet’s still having nightmares after being kidnapped by Lucifer, a psychotic vampire. From a therapeutic perspective she finds his split personalities fascinating – but she’s constantly terrified. And Dev’s become obsessed with finding Lucifer – before he comes after Kismet again.
So much for her nice, ordinary life Paperbackpages. To see what your friends thought of this therqpy, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Blood Therapyplease sign up. Lists therapu This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
Blood Therapy : Lynda Hilburn :
Sep 08, Kara-karina rated it really liked it. I reckon that Lynda finally found perfect middle hhilburn with bood series. Last year when I reviewed The Vampire Shrink it was heavily leaning towards paranormal romance, albeit quite an awkward one. Blood Therapy feels like a better, stronger book. Although it’s still cross-genre between paranormal comedy and mystery, PNR factor is diminished to the point of it being almost farcical.
Not surprisingly I really enjoyed this hliburn, once I let go of all my expectations, and I’m sure you’ll do too. Kis I reckon that Lynda finally found perfect middle ground with this series. Kismet has a full life having to deal with her stunningly beautiful and perfect in every way master vampire as a lover, but as a psychologist she sees that his confidence and sense of well-being is slowly unravelling because he failed to catch and still can’t track a serial killer vampire who attacked him and Kismet few months ago.
Kismet’s vampire self-help group also doesn’t work as well blold she hoped. Some of her patients hoard dead bodies like toy soldiers, others keep trying to kill themselves or fail to move out from their overweight masters who remind them of their mothers It’s a frustrating mess, but someone has to clean it up.
Not only Lucifer is still after our psychologist, she finds out the unfortunate truth that unless she bloood how to protect her brain from Devereux’s power, sooner or later it will turn to mush.
What a revelation, and in a middle of a vampire ball hosted by Brad and Angelina, no less! Poor Kismet is desperate for any help, be that from an overly-amorous FBI buddy, ltnda zen-vampire in charge of vampire library or even perverted Dracula Plus the annual Psychology convention is coming up, and lyjda keep killing pretty psychologists. View all 3 comments.
I’m not a big fan of vampire books. The paranormal just isn’t my thing and I have to say this series is really surprising me. I absolutely loved it and it really had everything you could want in lynad book. Romance, jealousy, lots of mystery, some murders and a couple of “extra” corpses hanging out in your bed, some good sarcasm and comedy. But most of all it had an amazing plot and the story just kept getting better and better.
Just when you think, “this can’t get any weirder for Wow. 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?
I definitely couldn’t handle all the psychobabble. Mar 04, Bella rated it really liked it Shelves: Kismet now not only believes in vampires but they have become her clients. Now that she is part of this world and her too hot of a lyndx vampire boyfriends whom just so happens to be one of the oldest out there, Kismet live never has a dull moment. Still after her kidnaping form LuciferKismet is not handling it all so well and Devereux is determined to find Lucifer and end it once and for all.
But will there human, vampire relationship last? Lynds he die trying to protect Kismet? Th Kismet now not only believes in vampires but they have become her clients. Vlood will just never be quite again.
This book was a lot more action packed for me and I just overall enjoyed it. I still love me some Devereoux, even if he is hiding something. I liked Alan is this one and how well he just grow on me, he is a great character to read! There are a lot of new characters in Blood Therapy and Hilburn does a great job again making me enjoy the plot and just the overall storyline.
Blood Therapy by Lynda Hilburn
There are side effects and thing will start to change. She has two men she will have to make a choice with.
And Devereux will fight hard to find Lucifer, and fighting might make him lose everything. You will love this one; Hilburn does a fascination job sucking you in! So much more to read, so make sure you check out both books because book three will be here and you will be missing out! Forced myself to finish because the basic story is interesting but Kismet is too annoying for words.
Kismet needs some extended therapy herself. Yes, I know that good stories have conflict internal as well as externalbut Kismet’s internal struggles are tedious. I will not read the rest of the series.
Blood Therapy I would not want Kismet’s job for all the tea in China. Her vampire friends are Looney tunes. Her boyfriend is a master vampire. There are so many things happening to her you have to read this book to find out. Aug 25, Heather Chargualaf rated it liked it. Took me longer to finish and I wanted to stop many times. I found Kismet whiney and not the strong person she was in the 1st book. Yes big bad came after her and is still on the loose but it was painful to get through some of the book.
Book 2 I definitely will be reading the next book. Sometimes Kismet is a little scatter-brained but she’s still trying to find her way. Une bonne histoire d’amour tumultueuse. Presque un triangle amoureux mais pas vraiment. Sep 10, Carol rated it it was amazing. This book was even better than the first one. Things seem to always get a little crazy but it is a really fun book with humor and lots of action, one that I would gladly recommend to other readers.
Sep 11, Rita Barbosa rated it really liked it. Soft and cool enough for me to read it in 3 days. Jul 02, Ancy rated it it was amazing. A very captivating story about a vampire and mortal! The character Kismet is very influencing and the way the writer has described Devereux is unavoidable couldn’t stop reading!
Jan 11, PhoenixFantasy rated it liked it. The second book in The Vampire Psychologist series is a fast, entertaining read.
My professional career woman has morphed into an oversexed, indecisive, helpless female. I tried to write this off later, when some reasoning behind it became clear, but truth be told Kismet retained the essence of this persona for me throughout the novel, much to my disappointment.
She makes some bizarre decisions, repeatedly hollers for help from her two hikburn suitors three, at one point! I feel a bit like my Mum here.
As an issue, this gets a lot worse later in the novel lyndq Hillburn commits a cardinal sin, but here at least it can be shrugged off as an issue of personal taste. Like Charlaine Harris with Bubba in her first book. There was too much of a song and dance here for my liking.
Most damaging of all though was the inclusion of thefapy absolute legend of the genre. I think a lot of old school vampire fans are going to bail at this point. It felt far too brief, and seemed to just be tagged on as an afterthought. Will I read the third novel when it comes out? A good, fast, fluffy read.