Book Review: Blood Therapy


Blood Therapy (Kismet Knight, Ph.D., Vampire Psychologist, #2)

Blood Therapy is a dark contemporary fantasy with humor, mystery, romance and adult situations. Book #2 in the Kismet Knight, Vampire Psychologist series.

Dr. Kismet Knight and the dark world of vampires are back in this sexy sequel to the wicked romp The Vampire Shrink. Still reeling from her earlier adventures, the spunky, smart, and tough heroine tries to adjust to her new reality–and new undead clientele. Then she discovers a frightening secret about these powerful immortals that further warps her world. Needing to escape, she flees to New York for the American Psychological Association’s conference, where she meets up with hottie FBI Agent Alan Stevens. Unfortunately, he’s not the only blast from the past in the Big Apple: so is Lucifer, the demented tormentor who nearly killed her. As the killer closes in, everyone is rounded up for a shocking finale that no one will survive unscathed.


I think I might possibly like this one even more than I liked The Vampire Shrink. What a great second book in the series! It has even more adventure, mystery, humor, spookiness, and sexiness. I absolutely loved the hints at certain celebrities we all know being vampires…really makes you go Hmmm..What if?

There are some celebrities that never seem to age…







OMG they’re all vampires! 😉 hehehe  Or maybe we all just need some good moisturizer and botox like them! 😛



I love how Kismet is really developing into a strong, independent woman who isn’t going to be pushed around by these vampires who have come into her life so suddenly. She doesn’t even let Devereux tell her what to do anymore. I hated how she was so influenced by the vampires in the first book, especially Devereux. But now that she had her mind cleared and has learned the humming technique, she can actually make rational decisions…which makes me like her even more.

Also, I have to admit that I was hoping with Devereux acting like such a jerk and Alan going to the conference with her, that Kismet and Alan would finally get a chance to connect. I really want them to be together. Don’t get me wrong…I like Devereux, but I just really want Kismet to give Alan a chance. The hunky FBI agent? Yes please! I feel like in all of the vampire books I have read, the girl always ends up with the vampire…it would be quite an interesting twist for her to end up with Alan.

The vampires that were in the group therapy were hilarious! I love how Esther is obsessed with Twilight and wants to sparkle like the Cullens. What a great way to bring some modern vampire movies into the story. And we all know that real vampires don’t sparkle 😉 When Esther pops up all covered in glittery body paint, it always makes me smile.

There were parts in this book that had me on my toes and reading as fast as I could to find out what happened, especially at the end. And we finally find out why Lucifer is so obsessed with Kismet!

I definitely recommend this book to all of my fellow paranormal fans! (or even those who aren’t yet paranormal fans…) But don’t forget to read The Vampire Shrink (Kismet Knight, Ph.D., Vampire Psychologist) first! See my review HERE


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