Immortals exist. Their underworld is real.
And they want her dead.
When a girl goes missing from the streets of London, Inspector Ingrid Jansen sets out to find her, but with every step she takes toward solving the case, mysterious forces mobilize to stop her.
Infamous vampires Jadeon and Orpheus reemerge into Ingrid's life. But what are their intentions? Are they allies or enemies?
Ingrid will be forced to push past the boundaries of fear and love in order to solve a centuries-old riddle that delves deeper than she could have imagined.
This is the time to let inhibitions go. This is the time of the Bohemian.
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OK Guys first Happy Halloween, This series is prefect for today or any day. I LOVE it. Ok first warning - I have sticky tape on my mouth, so I DONT tell you too much- this book(and the series) IS THAT GOOD. Ok what can I tell you.................................................................................................. OK, Ingrid Jansen, is in love with Dominion- king/ruler- Jadeon Artimas, they have a history but in order to protect her he's left. Ingrid is a Detective, in Scotland yard, and is working on a case to do with Hauville, which they first thought was a counterfeit/drugs case until they find a picture of a girl on his computer of a girl in shackles, she has a mark on her arm of a vampires servant, but she been drug and Ingrid has to find her, going to all the secret underground haunts she knows off, secretly hoping she'll bump into Jadeon. With the help of Anais -another vampire- she takes her to the elders where Jadeon will be. Is this what Ingrid wants......... OK vague a know, but guys YOU HAVE TO GET THIS BOOK AND THE SERIES and read it. I loved the series and I loved this book Bohemian. These books compel you from the beginning, I had quite a few late nights reading these, I couldn't put them down. These vampire books go up there with my favourite vampire books. I loved everything about them, the characters, everything, there wasn't anything I didn't like. Vanessa Fewings is an Author to watch out for. This book(and the series) is Amazing. it pulls you in almost like it has you hooked until its ready to let go. I definitely recommend this book and the series, you wont be disappointed. Vanessa, Thank you for an Amazing and Fantastic series of books. I give these 5/5 stars and 5/5 for movie moments.
I really enjoyed reading this book! I thought the characters were intriguing and very well thought out. Vanessa Fewings sets the story with amazing detail and clarity and not once did I think any of it was over the top or dramatic. Instead Vanessa paints a supernatural scene that makes you think that you would see it in your everyday life and believe it. Inspector Ingrid Jansen has lost the only man she has ever truly loved and struggles to lose herself in her work to dull to pain of her loss, but when the case that comes across her desk trusts her back into his world, she is at a loss in how to keep her feelings in check. Infamous vampire Jadeon is now the head of the vampire nation with many responsibilities and one of those is to stay away from the beautiful Inspector, that is if he wants to keep her alive, but the pull between them is as strong as ever and will not be silenced. Together they will find a way to work this case of the missing girls/vampires and find a way to be together even if it gets them both killed in the process! Amazing story! I couldn't put it down! Anaïs and Orpheus were my favourite characters. Anais because she was ruthless in her pursuit of finding answers at any cost and Orpheus because he was charming and sweet and I didn't think Ingrid really gave him the time he deserved. If you haven't read this series yet I would Highly recommend it! from just reading this one I am dying for more!!!! TBR it today!
If you had a chance at immortality, would you take it? This is a recurring question throughout The Stone Masters Vampire Series. In the fourth (and best) installment, Bohemian, author Vanessa Fewings poses the question once more. Inspector Ingrid Jansen who was introduced in the third book, A Vampire's Dominion, makes it clear that it's not easy being in love with a man who is a vampire and it is even more difficult being in love with a man who is the equivalent of a vampire king. More than anything Ingrid desires a normal relationship with Jadeon Artimas who has transitioned from being the son of a man who dedicated his life to annihilating vampires to being the most powerful vampire on earth. In her role as one of Scotland Yard's finest, Ingrid is called upon to investigate Lord Rupert Hauville, a possible counterfeiter, but in the course of her investigation she discovers there may be a more sinister element to the crime linking Hauville to the vampire world. Thus begins a complex plot which takes Ingrid back to a world of people and places she thought she'd left behind. As with all the Stone Masters books, Bohemian reads a bit like a Comedy Noir. Even though there is a lot of serious vampire business going on, there are also characters who are downright comedic...enter the lovable Paradom, an enormous bat-like creature, who hangs from chandeliers and eats cat food. Then there is Orpheus who achieves immortality in A Vampire's Rise only to find himself in a unique union with Jadeon in A Vampire's Reckoning and A Vampire's Dominion. Orpheus is gifted with a wry sense of humor that belies a long and often violent tenure as an immortal. When I accepted the challenge to review Bohemian even though I had not read any of the previous books in the series, I took the opportunity to read all of the books preceding Bohemian prior to my review. Whether or not this is fair, I don't know, but it gave me a unique perspective on Vanessa Fewings' growth as an author and I must say she exceeded my expectations. The author's vampires are old school. For fans of other vampire series, these will be more in the mold of Anne Rice and Bram Stoker rather than J. R. Ward. These immortals have a preternatural beauty, they read thoughts, they don't age, they don't need to eat...although the prospect of eternal life without chocolate definitely gives me pause. Bohemian ends with a rather shocking climax and because I read all of the series within a brief time span, I can see that the previous books have been pointing to this very climax. I, for one, am anxious to see where the creative mind of Vanessa Fewings will take her readers in the next book of the series. Disclaimer: I received a copy of this book directly from the author. I was not paid to read or review this book. All opinions are my own, and I was never influenced by anything or anyone.