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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