Blood Therapy

Blood Therapy

Lynda Hilburn / Jul 22, 2019

Blood Therapy Paranormal Women s FictionBloody Sexy Funny Kismet Knight knows exactly how to handle her clients but when it comes to her love life she s on less steady ground That was until she met master vampi

  • Title: Blood Therapy
  • Author: Lynda Hilburn
  • ISBN: 9780857387226
  • Page: 170
  • Format: Paperback
  • Paranormal Women s FictionBloody, Sexy Funny .Kismet Knight knows exactly how to handle her clients, but when it comes to her love life, she s on less steady ground That was until she met master vampire Devereux, an 800 year old hunk, who not only managed to convince the entirely rational shrink that vampires really do exist he also persuaded her to start datiParanormal Women s FictionBloody, Sexy Funny .Kismet Knight knows exactly how to handle her clients, but when it comes to her love life, she s on less steady ground That was until she met master vampire Devereux, an 800 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

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      • Lynda Hilburn

        Lynda s books can be classified as urban fantasy dark fantasy with romance, suspense mystery, satire, horror, humor and sex.Lynda Hilburn writes paranormal fiction More specifically, she writes vampire books 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 In her other reality, she makes her living as a psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, professional psychic tarot reader, university instructor and workshop presenter Her series, Kismet Knight, Vampire Psychologist is being rewritten and will be republished by Quercus Books in the UK and Europe, and by Sterling Publishing Silver Oak in North America The UK version of the first book in the series, The Vampire Shrink will be published September, 2011 The North American version a few months later Book 2 tentatively titled Blood Therapy , which is a new book, will be published a year later, and book 3 the book that used to be called Dark Harvest will follow a year later She also has a short story in the anthology, Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance, called Blood Song Diary of a Narcissistic Bloodsucker and Undead in the City are available through and Smashwords.


    1. I reckon that Lynda finally found perfect middle ground with this 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 book, once I let go of all my expectations, and I'm sure you'll do too. Kis [...]

    2. Wow just wow!!!!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 a 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 ki [...]

    3. 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 old 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 Lucifer , Kismet 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? Can it last? Will he die trying to protect Kismet? Th [...]

    4. 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 external), but Kismet's internal struggles are tedious. I will not read the rest of the series.

    5. 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.

    6. 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!

    7. The second book in The Vampire Psychologist series is a fast, entertaining read. Hilburn’s writing is engaging, and once you pick this one up it’s hard to put down. The fact that this is true even of a reader like me, who doesn’t normally go near PNR with a bargepole, speaks volumes.I wanted to make that clear from the start, because I’m about to gripe about this title, and I don’t want you to think I hated it. I really didn’t, I was just sorry that it didn’t have the same impact a [...]

    8. Reviewed by Shirley ~ 4.5 starsThis is the second book in this amazing series. The series shows vampires in a different light, in the sense that some of them are just as mucked up as individuals as us humans.It tells you about the very hazardous life of the very attractive human psychologist Dr Kismet Knight. Not only does she try to help these vampire patients that she sees in her professional life, but she also has in her personal life the up and down relationship with the Master of all vampir [...]

    9. MY REVIEWI received this book directly from Quercus/Jo Fletcher Books in exchange for my honest opinion and review. Thank you for this brilliant book!The cover depicts Kismet, in the dress Devereux gives her to wear to a vampire wedding they attend. You also see the rather large cross she is wearing. Whilst the religious symbol does nothing to protect Kismet from Vampires (because they aren't afraid of religious symbols)it is an old expensive piece of jewellery from Devereux's family. Devereux e [...]

    10. The second installment in the Kismet Knight, Vampire Psychologist, Blood Therapy, picks up a short time after the conclusion of The Vampire Shrink.With the deranged vampire that kidnapped Kismet in book one, Lucifer/Brother Luther, still on the loose, much of the plot action is concerned with the search for him as he continues to stalk Kismet and resumes his killing spree - this time targeting female psychologists with a resemblance to Kismet. Hilburn maintains suspense as Lucifer moves ever clo [...]

    11. Reviews for bookchickcityAfter 145 pages and 9 chapters I decided that BLOOD THERAPY wasn’t for me. It’s not that the book was awful, but just that I wasn’t connecting with the characters, and when I found myself putting off reading, I decided it was time to move on.The crux of the problem was that Kismet started to drive me a little bonkers. She seems to make some quite strange choices and at the same time unable to make a decision. In The Vampire Shrink we see saw her fall in love with D [...]

    12. I wished I never bought all three of these books on my nook. Thought the first one was stupid, but had to trudge through the second one because well i bought it. Luckily, it was chridtmas at my parents and wasnt looking for a taxing read.I was intrigued by the idea of a vampire psychologist. It was a different take on a (tiring) genre. The first book was ok until (urgh cant say his name but) Devereaux declared his love for the main character (stupid name also) Kismet. It then descended into sill [...]

    13. This is the 2nd book in the vampire shrink series and it follows the vampire psychologist, Kismet Knight, in her journey through the vampire world. The story picks up, where the Vampire Shrink finished. Kismet is in a relationship with Devereux. But she is really unsure if she should be in one with him. Kismet learns more about her powers and what she is capable of. She also challenges Devereux. He is used to people doing what he says, but Kismet isn´t having that. Through another vampire, she [...]

    14. The second book in Lynda Hilburn’s Vampire Psychologist series, Blood Therapy, the feisty psychologist, Kismet Knight, has come to realization that vampires exists amongst us. Coming off the heels of The Vampire Shrink, Kismet’s life have been frenzy ever since being kidnapped by a psychotic vampire named Lucifer and after learning about her powers and what it is capable of. Devereux, her master vampire lover, is breaking down as he is unable to track down Lucifer. Even the gathering of vamp [...]

    15. DNF @ 16%Tired of Kismet's denial and excuses for hanging around Devereaux. Stop using the vampire-wannabe book as an excuse and just admit that the sex is great.

    16. Having previously read and loved the first book in this series ("The Vampire Shrink"), I was eager to start reading "Blood Therapy". If I'm being honest, I found this book a little difficult to get into, but then once I found my feet with it, I couldn't put it down! For me, the "action" really got started in the last half of the book (and especially the last 100 pages) - the story line picked up, the characters got their acts together and the ball started rolling!Kismet, Devereux and Alan are st [...]

    17. Liked the story, but I wish there was a lot less “Ooo, how yummy he is’ and more real relationship growth. And I wish he would stop being so vague and tell what’s going on. Her constant mental lapses and ignorance are life threatening, not to mention just plain story wasted space.At least by the end of the story Kismet starts to get control, thanks to Anne, whom I don’t like by the way. But I love Cerridwyn. Great character. But Luna has to go.Some of her new vamp patients are so weird. [...]

    18. My sister lent me this book, and I finished it in two days. I loved the first in this series, The Vampire Shrink, and this story is just as fun. It starts with Kismet Knight, Vampire Psychologist, still reeling from the mess of the grisly Halloween murders and showdown with Lucifer/Brother Luke. Kismet has her hands full of vampire clients with a range of issues, as well as the stress of knowing that Lucifer, the mad vampire, is still after her and has been killing other therapists who bear any [...]

    19. It's such a shame - I really want to like this book, and just don't. The writing is good and the story should make this a page-turner of a book. It's just the characters that leave me cold.Kismet's prevarication and second-guessing of herself makes me want to throw the book against the wall. The vampire Devereux is has suddenly become introspective. I usually praise books where the characters change overtime. These changes just seem too forced for me. I can't find a single character with whom I [...]

    20. I really enjoyed reading this series so far, I can't wait for the third book. The only thing about Blood Therapy is that it wasn't as steamy as the first book. Although, I must say the drama and action was intense.Kismet has a convention involving other Psychologist to go to, however Lucifer is still out there murdering people and can't be found. If that's not enough to deal with she is also trying to figure out her feelings for Alan and Devereoux.Devereoux has some secrets he has kept from Kism [...]

    21. This is the second in the Kismet Knight series. I Loved this book too, but just not as much as the first one. It wasn't quite as romantic but there is lots of action. As before Devereux her vampire lover is swoon worthy.Now Kismet Knight has learned how to handle her vampire patients and the wannabe vampires. Kismet decides to get away from it all by attending the American Psychological Conference in New York. Only there is no escape. Her bloodsucking patients won't leave her alone, a monster sh [...]

    22. I really enjoyed Blood Therapy. It picked up right where the Vampire Shrink left off. The basic story has been reviewed by so many others that I won't do that. Suffice it to say, the plot is stronger than Vampire Shrink, and the characters are much stronger and detailed. We are introduced to some new characters, some of whom are responsible for a couple of unexpected twists. The only issue I had is some of the formatting for the Kindle. There were quite a few spots (8 or so) where a sentence did [...]

    23. Damn, Dev is one hell of a master vampire. He's definitely on top of the food chain, in his power level and his intensity. He wants Kismet and nothing or no one will get in his way. He has to adapt a little because Kismet is not going to just fall for his greatness. Kismet on the other hand has a tendency to overthink everything. There were times I wanted to shake her and get her head back on track. She's intelligent, a survivor and true to herself. I really loved this series and I'm so excited [...]

    24. Enjoyed this sequel immensely. I felt that the three main characters (Kismet, Devereux and Alan) had developed a lot and all of them more likeable. Fast paced, but also a little more detailed than Vampire Shrink which was a plus. I felt immersed into their world and enjoyed every minute of it, reading it in record time. I can't personally decide where I'd like to see Book 3 take them, but I'm eager to find out. Many times I've dreamed of living in my own Vampire world, and this is certainly a pl [...]

    25. 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. I haven't read the first book in the series, but found I wasn't lost. I did think that some of the mentally ill vampire patients were portrayed as a bit of a side show - 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. T [...]

    26. Fluttering through weirdness Kismet is still trying to adapt to the vampire world. Devereux is not himself he is set to destroy those who have humiliated him. Alan is still trying to find the serial killer so he can stop him. This three way relationship is very intriguing. Kismet is handling it alone and I applaud her confidence and strength. This is definitely a great follow up.

    27. I totally lived this book. It was much better than the first one. Stronger somehow and by far funnier. The interplay between the characters was more engaging and real, well as real as one came get when doing vampire interactions. I can honestly say I can't wait for Crimson Psyche to come out. I wish there was a release date for it already.

    28. I read these books for the lol factor. And I was not disappointed. It didn't take long for the author to introduce a certain movie star as a vampire, and I was left sitting there thinking 'does she actually meanoh yes, she does' Questionable characters and plot elements just make this a very entertaining read.

    29. With Blood Therapy I managed to put the book down quite a few times, but I think that was because I started it immediately after finishing Vampire Shrink, although I still managed to finish it in the same time frame. Again, I enjoyed this book as much as I did the first one and will certainly be purchasing book number three in September!

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