Novel I had from the library. I think it was part of a series, perhaps quite a long one. I've done a few web searches, but haven't succeeded in identifying it.
The protagonist is in some way half a vampire. This happened because he was in an accident somewhere remote, I think it was Transylvania but I'm not sure, and Dracula came along and saved his life by giving him a transfusion of his blood, but not biting him, or something like that. This leaves him in some way half a vampire. I don't remember the details of what that meant. He is not sure what Dracula's reasons were for saving him and is rather worried about it.
I have an idea his name was Christopher, but I'm not sure. That could even have been the author's name instead (or both, or neither).
He has, I think, some kind of scam going where a friend steals bags of blood from a hospital for him. He is rather guilty about this since even that is taking it away from people who need it, but he's got to live somehow.
There were many varieties of vampire in the book's universe. For instance, the protagonist's girlfriend or ex-girlfriend was able to walk through walls, and he mentioned that most vampires couldn't do this but she could because she was partly descended from the "wamphyri", the only ones who could.
I remember an incident where he is taken in by a priest who runs a secret haven for vampires and other magical beings. Somebody brings him a bowl of blood, from a human volunteer. He is not sure how he feels about this.