Have you read this book?

Posted by Chantal | 2:30 p.m. | 7 comments »

I received a recommendation for this book when I placed a book order.

The Vampire Shrink by Lynda Hilburn

Denver psychologist Kismet Knight just wants a little excitement in her life. She doesn't believe in the paranormal, especially not vampires. Until she meets gorgeous, 800-year-old Devereux and finds herself up to her neck in undead. And blood-drained bodies. Enter another gorgeous man, FBI profiler Alan Stevens. Uh. . .No more worries about excitement. . .


More about it here on the author's website.

I thought I was over Vampires, but this one sounds interesting. However, I have been dupped before.

Thoughts?

7 comments

  1. Holly // 2:51 p.m.  

    Meh. I think that cover is ugly and I HATE vampires. I don't understand the attraction at all.

  2. Jill D. // 10:10 a.m.  

    I haven't heard of this one. I still don't mind vampires as long as the book keeps me entertained. I'll pretty much read anything. Although, I never did finish Christine Feehan's carparthian series or Sherrilyn Kenyon's darkhunter series. I got bored after a while.

  3. Seneca // 11:18 p.m.  

    Hi girls,

    I do like Vampires, but I am at the point where I am worn out from them. Vampire overload maybe?
    No longer am I grabbing up every vamp book that I find.

    If a buddy promises that one is good, then I'll read it, but I don't want to invest more time into anymore of them if it's just going to be like every other vamp book, know what I mean?


    Since no one seems to know much about this one, I'll pass on it.

  4. Kris // 9:26 p.m.  

    I have not heard of this one at all either.

  5. Rowena // 10:59 p.m.  

    I'm so pooped out on vampires that if I never read another vampire book again, I would be a-okay with that and I agree with Holly...that cover is yuck.

    I've never heard of this book so I can't even say if I've heard this book was good, great or so-so. Sorry sweets.

  6. Seneca // 9:17 a.m.  

    That's okay :)

  7. Flora // 12:59 p.m.  

    I did read it but it was not that good.