Vampires! A Bundle of Bloodsuckers [NOOK Book]

Overview

A bundled compilation of Lynda Hilburn's vampire short stories.

Until Death Do Us Part
A 5,000-word mini humorous Kismet Knight story. Denver Psychologist Kismet Knight counsels vampires. Meeting with this couple reminds her that vampires aren't merely humans with fangs, and some bloodsuckers are harder to counsel than others.

Devereux: The Night Before Kismet
Master vampire ...

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Overview

A bundled compilation of Lynda Hilburn's vampire short stories.

Until Death Do Us Part
A 5,000-word mini humorous Kismet Knight story. Denver Psychologist Kismet Knight counsels vampires. Meeting with this couple reminds her that vampires aren't merely humans with fangs, and some bloodsuckers are harder to counsel than others.

Devereux: The Night Before Kismet
Master vampire Devereux has it all: immortality, good looks, intelligence, money, a body to die for, and a constant stream of available women. Sounds like an ideal existence. So, what’s the problem? He’s listless. Bored. Unhappy. After 800 years, coming up with reasons to rise for another meaningless night can be a challenge, and he’s starting to question his choices. Worried, two of Devereux’s old friends concoct a creative plan to energize and encourage him to rejoin the land of the unliving. They don’t want their friend to seek true death, so they’re willing to do whatever is necessary. What could go wrong?

Diary of a Narcissistic Bloodsucker
Zara is a very naughty vampire. She lusts for both sex and blood, but unfortunately something has gone awry and her normal habits now create new problems to solve. In the midst of sorting things out, she meets an intriguing human named Niven -- a musician who lives in the magical kingdom of contemporary Boulder, CO -- and discovers that he is much more than he appears to be. Then, if things weren't interesting enough, Zara encounters her old mentor/lover -- the vampire who originally turned her -- and things get downright supernatural.

Undead in the City
Blood, Sex and Rock 'n' Roll in the Motor City. Musician Tempest Moon is a take-no-shit lead guitar player on the mean streets of Detroit. She's had a rough journey, and doesn't expect things to get any better. Tired of his immortal life, Malveaux is an undead assassin used to calling the shots and getting what he wants. No matter what the cost. When they meet, the blood hits the fan. Together they’d take on the human underworld and the undead.

Blood Song
A voice like sunlight...
Grace Blackburn's extraordinary voice is a gift. And a curse. As a sound healer, her otherworldly singing can create miracles. It can also kill. Only her sound circle provides the safety she craves, until the night Grace crosses paths with a fanged creature and dreams she is rescued by an angel.
A soul lost to the night...
Ethan James is sexy, playful, irreverent. And a vampire. Between his sadistic master and his dangerous blood lust, he's losing all control of his life. Assigned to exterminate feral vampires to protect humans and prevent any unwelcome light shining on the hidden world of the bloodsuckers, he rescues a woman whose soothing voice reminds him of the humanity he's lost.
A deadly dance...
Grace has spent a lifetime avoiding the strong emotions that trigger deadly consequences, but Ethan arouses her like no other. He saved her, but she may be his salvation. Each is dangerous to the other. Now they must join forces and trust in the transformative power of love as they battle the hungry forces of the night.

Sex in a Coffin
Bloody, sexy and funny . . .
Sex in a Coffin is a 14,645-word short story which takes place immediately after the events of THE VAMPIRE SHRINK, book #1 in the Kismet Knight, Vampire Psychologist series. I recommend you read THE VAMPIRE SHRINK first.
Ever since Denver Psychologist Kismet Knight discovered the frightening world of the vampires, she’s been struggling to hold onto her sanity – with varying degrees of success. Join Kismet and 800-year-old Master Vampire Devereux as they share a typical night on the other side of the Looking Glass. Can a brainy scientist and an ancient bloodsucker really be an item? Friends with benefits? More?

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940045137942
  • Publisher: Lynda Hilburn
  • Publication date: 12/7/2012
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 252,310
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Lynda Hilburn writes paranormal fiction. More specifically, she writes vampire books. After a childhood filled with invisible friends, sightings of dead relatives and a fascination with the occult, turning to the paranormal was a no-brainer. In her other reality, she makes her living as a licensed psychotherapist, hypnotherapist, professional psychic/tarot reader, university instructor and workshop presenter. Her first novel, “The Vampire Shrink” -- which introduced us to Denver Psychologist Kismet Knight and a hidden vampire underworld -- was first released in 2007 and was re-released (the rewritten, expanded version) by Quercus Books 9/2011 and Sterling Publishing/Silver Oak 4/2012. Several more books are planned. “Undead in the City,” an erotic paranormal novella, and “Diary of a Narcissistic Bloodsucker,” a satire/parody, are now available in e-form from Amazon.com. Her short story, “Blood Song,” is part of the Mammoth Book of Paranormal Romance anthology, April, 2009. For more information, visit Lynda’s website: www.lyndahilburnauthor.com

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