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DARK HARVEST
by Lynda Hilburn

Genre: Paranormal/Urban Fantasy, Vampire, Paranormal Romance
Sensuality: HOT

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Hilburn's follow-up to The Vampire Shrink is a page-turner. The first-person narration is top-notch, and Hilburn mixes suspense and humor as she turns contemporary Colorado into a playground populated with quirky humans and vampires.

Kismet Knight is adjusting to her job as a psychologist to vampires when she's thrust into the middle of a centuries-old fight between her lover, Devereux, and a psychotic slayer named Hallow, who's in town to harvest someone. Devereux does his best to keep Kismet safe, and when she witnesses a human sacrifice, Kismet becomes drawn to Hallow.

When Hallow grabs a powerful
witch and then Kismet's former lover, the stakes are raised. If he succeeds with his dark plan, Devereux will lose more than he knows. (MEDALLION, Oct., 362 pp., $15.95)

Reviewed By: Karen Sweeny-Justice

Publisher: Medallion

Published: October 2008

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