Hot for the Fireman (Boston Heat #1) by Gina L. Maxwell #BookReview
Lieutenant Erik Grady, head of his fire unit made up of the very same men he commanded in the Rangers, is on medical suspension for signs of PTSD, and he's not excited about checking in with the shrink whose professional opinion could make or break the rest of his career. But "excited" can't contain the spark he feels for Olivia Jones the moment he sets eyes on her. 'Course, he doesn't know her name then because they're all about the anonymous (and off-the-charts hot) hookup, but the minute he steps into her office to find that his sexy one night stand is the very same shrink his career is riding on... well, Erik can't seem to separate work and play any longer. Because Olivia is his, [...]
June 24, 2012
Review: The Vampire Shrink (Kismet Knight, Ph.D., Vampire Psychologist #1) by Lynda Hilburn
Dr. Kismet Knight, a psychologist based out of Denver, does not believe in vampires. That all changes after a fateful session with a vamp wannabe new client that claims to hang out with them and Kismet is opened to a side of Denver she thought impossible to exist. After a string of dead exsanguinated teens comes to light, Kismet finds herself not only in a love triangle with head of the local vamp coven, Deveraux, and FBI investigator Special Agent Alan, but the new fixation of a dark, demented vampire that is the embodiment of pure evil. The Vampire Shrink is a GraveTells Must-Read!
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