By Lynda Hilburn
Kismet Knight, PhD, does not think within the paranormal. She in particular does not think in vampires, yet she starts off 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 atypical reactions and emotions whilst he's close to. Then a shopper virtually thoroughly tired of blood staggers into her ready room and offended males strength their means into her workplace, inflicting her to contemplate the prospect 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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Inappropriate humor. That’s a symptom in several diagnoses. I wonder what he’s basing his role on. I’ve never seen a movie vampire who went around telling people he was a vampire. Wasn’t that the point? To avoid the stake in the heart thing? Maybe I could just rattle his delusion a little bit. “Why do you want me to know you’re a vampire? ” “I want you to know about me because I have a feeling about you. ” An important role in his life? This was definitely getting out of hand. Maybe I should rework my idea about counseling vampire wannabes.
So, I did nothing except brood. When Midnight came in for her next appointment she wasn’t wearing her vampire costume and she wasn’t alone. I almost didn’t recognize her until she spoke to me. Dressed in jeans, Renaissance Faire T-shirt and athletic shoes, with her long hair pulled into a ponytail, she was the fresh-scrubbed girl next door. It turned out that underneath all the makeup was a beautiful young woman. Sitting quietly next to Midnight in the waiting room was a thin, frail-looking female, with dark circles under her green eyes and tangled, black hair.
After she answered the nurse’s questions, Midnight and I sat in the hard, orange chairs in the huge, white, noisy waiting area. The emergency room was fi lled with people in various states of crisis, and more trauma victims arrived every moment. There was that ever-present hospital smell: a combination of antiseptics, body fluids, and fear. I couldn’t even imagine how it would be to work in a chaotic environment such as this, where the adrenaline was constantly pumping. It was almost as if I could see the tension in the air.
The Vampire Shrink (Kismet Knight, Vampire Psychologist series) by Lynda Hilburn