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The Vampire Shrink (Kismet Knight, Vampire Psychologist by Lynda Hilburn

By Lynda Hilburn

Kismet Knight, PhD, does not think within the paranormal. She specifically does not think in vampires, yet she starts to clever up while she is brought to a good-looking guy named Devereux who claims to be 800 years previous. Kismet does not purchase his vampire tale, yet she additionally cannot clarify why she has such bizarre reactions and emotions while he's close to. Then a shopper nearly thoroughly tired of blood staggers into her ready room and indignant males strength their means into her workplace, inflicting her to contemplate the chance that she has run afoul of a vampire underworld. input FBI profiler Alan Stevens, who warns her that vampires are very genuine, and one is a murderer—a assassin who's after her.

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I cannot be other than I am. All vampires are telepathic, but not all are as skilled 35 as I am—it is one of my gifts. ” I demanded, much louder than I’d meant to. I couldn’t honestly say I believed he’d read my mind, because that just wasn’t possible, but I had to admit I couldn’t explain how he knew what I was thinking. Not being able to explain it made me nervous. He smiled, and gave another bow of his head. “With most humans, there is little pull to their thoughts. Their minds are fi lled with ordinary, unimportant details and I can easily turn my attention elsewhere.

I picked up some business cards from my desk and handed them to her. ” I walked her into the reception area and she stopped with her hand on the doorknob and turned toward me again. “Oh, yeah. I forgot to tell you. I told Dev I was coming to see you that first time—that my parents were making me see a shrink—and he was very interested in that. Well, anyway, he was waiting for me after our appointment, and he asked me lots of questions about you and what we talked about. He asked me how you look.

He reminded me of a demented, miniature muscle man. A nightmare come to life. These guys made my stomach hurt. It wasn’t only that they’d invaded my privacy, or that they appeared danger54 ous, or even that they could assault me at any moment. It was something else. Some basic, preverbal fear that caused the hairs on my arms to stand up and the warning system in my head to fire a red alert. I kept having the odd, lessthan-comforting intuition that death was in the room, and my usually manageable radar was picking up so much fearful information that it plunged into overload and threatened to shut down.

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