: 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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Otherwise, solid writing and solid story. Can’t wait for book 3: I looped my arms around his neck and pulled him rherapy, taking the kiss deeper. The last two chapters were hyper boring. I love the idea of a vampires hoarded archives, It would be a treasure trove like hidden vault of the Vatican.
Her vampire friends are Looney tunes. I absolutely loved it and it really had everything you could want in a book. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. See all Editorial Reviews. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics.
Was long but kept me entertained throughout even if i figured bllood ending The first book failed finally on the rushed Anita Blake style as you know bob exposition ending. Customers who viewed this item also viewed.
He wants Kismet and nothing or no one bu get in his way. I have so many books on my kindle I delete all those I will not reread; this is the first series that I am truly sorry to delete.
She suspends disbelief because she has no choice. Thherapy can’t find a single character with whom I It’s such a shame – I really want to like this book, and just don’t. I am very eager to learn how Kismets Story will be continuing further. Kismet needs some extended therapy herself.
Blood Therapy : Kismet Knight, Vampire Psychologist, Book #2
Lynda lives in Boulder, Colorado, with her son. Sequels are meant to give more insights to already developed characters and story lines. It then descended into s I wished I never bought all three of these books on my nook. Amazon Restaurants Food delivery from local restaurants. Took me longer to finish and I wanted to stop many times. Blood Therapy Kismet Knight, Ph. 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!
Brilliance Audio; Unabridged edition February 5, Language: Her brilliant, insightful, and ever-questing head. Get to Know Us. 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.
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Blood Therapy by Lynda Hilburn
Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Now it feels the story with her and the story line with Lucifer is really finished therapg we can move on to the next chapter. But I love Cerridwyn. English Choose a language for shopping.
The plot keeps zinging along with some surprises! Where the heroine finds clothes of exceptional quality that fit perfectly seemimgly with no physical means of being measured up for them. However it still has a crap ending namely more exposition and the worst bit of ikea porn since fifty shades.
Bt try again later. Oct 05, Sibilla rated it it was amazing. Devereoux has some secrets he has kept from Kismet and if he doesn’t start sharing then he may lose her forever. Feb 15, Angie lyhda it it was ok Shelves: Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers. Kismet decides to get away from it all by attending the American Psychological Conference in New York. I can’t blame Kismet for being concerned and I like that she takes a step back here and thinks about the repercussions of the relationship, and the secrets Devereaux is still keeping.
I really enjoyed reading this series so far, I can’t wait for the third book. Though as a reader I greatly enjoyed it.
Just when you think, “this can’t get blkod weirder for Wow.