Kismet Knight, Ph.D., doesn't believe in the paranormal.
She especially doesn't believe in vampires. So what happens
when she finds herself neck–deep in the vampire
Kismet is smart, witty and attractive. She's respected in
her field, successful and prosperous. She's followed all
the rules –– done everything right. So, what's
the problem? Her life is empty. There's no passion. No
vitality. No excitement.
That is, until a new client introduces Kismet to the
vampire underworld, and a drop–dead gorgeous,
800–year–old vampire named Devereux. Kismet
isn't buying the vampire story, but can't explain why she
has such odd reactions and feelings whenever Devereux is
near. Kismet is soon forced to open her mind to other
possibilities when she is visited in her office by two
angry bloodsuckers, who would like nothing better than to
challenge Devereux by hurting Kismet.
As Kismet gets pulled deeper and deeper into the vampire
subculture, she struggles to hold onto her professional
ideas about what is and isn't "real." The more she finds
herself attracted to the charismatic, handsome Devereux,
the more out of control her life becomes.
When one of her clients shows up in her office almost
completely drained of blood, Kismet finds herself immersed
in an ongoing murder investigation. Kismet is questioned by
irreverent, handsome FBI profiler Alan Stevens, who warns
her that vampires are very real. And one is a murderer. A
murder who is after her.
In the midst of all this, Kismet realizes she has feelings
for both the vampire and the profiler, but even though she
cares for each of the men, facing the reality that vampires
exist – along with all the other supernatural
insanity she discovers – is enough of a challenge.