"A steamy, bloody and funny read"
Kismet Knight has become the psychologist who counsels
vampires. Her life changed forever when she discovered a
dark preternatural underworld and became involved with the
gorgeous Devereux, who is the powerful leader of a vampire
coven in the city of Denver. Kismet is adjusting to her new
role as an expert on all things paranormal and her
unforeseen 15 minutes of fame. The interviews are a blur as
she moves from one to the next. However her next radio
appearance is one she will not forget in a hurry
Firstly, the radio host's behaviour leaves her sure that
this will be an experience she will never forget, but then
a strange and creepy on-air call turns Kismet's blood cold.
With a new friend to help her, a gorgeous boyfriend to
protect her and a nice new office to work in things should
be great. Although Kismet hasn't noticed how different she
has been acting since that weird radio interview and her
friends are not sure what is happening to the lovely
Doctor. What is the caller, Hallow up to? Has he got more
control over Kismet than she realises?
Dark Harvest is the long awaited sequel to 'The
Vampire Shrink' and the second book in the 'Kismet Knight,
Vampire Psychologist series'. Not due out till October,
readers who love a great mix of paranormal and romance with
a great heroine should go and get a copy of 'The Vampire
Shrink' in preparation of this new release.
Kismet is a great lead character and it was interesting to
see how her character changes in this book when Hallow gets
involved. It was a steamy, bloody and funny read with
Kismet's and Devereux's dialogue making me laugh more than
a few times. The introduction of a few new characters and
the reappearance of some others made this a great sequel
and I can't wait to read more. I have to say that I
loved 'The Vampire Shrink' and thought it couldn't get any
better but the author has excelled with 'Dark Harvest' and
should write more and faster!
Reviewed by Amber Chalmers
Posted September 6, 2008