Tybalt Jones is the star of Immortal Lies. He's a vampire, but he's not your stereotypical creature of the night. He prefers Havana shirts to black, swirling capes and his "sidekick" is a curvy faery girl, not a hunchback with a taste for bugs. He'd rather avoid the vampire "scene" if it's left up to him.
Sometimes it's not.
Your hook starts here:
Vampires in the City are disappearing. That's bad enough on its own, but they're all connected to Tybalt (insert the description of Tybalt here) somehow. Worse, he's got an enemy set on immortality who can drag him into a nightmare realm any time he likes and the local vampire Boss has set a deadline—literally—on getting the problem solved. It takes Gypsy know-how, a little faery magic and a lot of old-fashioned elbow grease to get things back to "normal" again.
You're not specific enough about the problem or the antagonist to make this compelling.
I like the vampire guy though.