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.
5 star review!
**ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.**
Out of the entire Stone Masters Vampire series, I believe that Bohemian was my favourite book. I don’t know if it was the storyline, I don’t know if it was the fact that it was told from Ingrid’s POV (whom I absolutely love), but I do know that I couldn’t put it down.
As I’ve stated, this novel is told from Ingrid’s POV, who we met in A Vampire’s Reckoning and A Vampire’s Dominion. I am just in awe of Ingrid as she is strong, independent and not afraid of a challenge. I love the powerful role that she plays within this novel because we get to see a whole lot more of her than we did previously. The story centres around an investigation that Ingrid is working on that has ties to the underworld. While searching for clues and the truth, she must decide whether she listens to Jadeon’s warning to stay away from all vampire associations, or follow every lead that can help her find the missing Gothica. Obviously, Ingrid does what she does best… meddles in vampire affairs to get the answers she is looking for!
Jadeon and Orpheus are also back in this new addition to the series, and they are a lot more friendlier towards each other than they were before. I absolutely love both these men, but was definitely swayed more towards Jadeon being my favourite until we see how much Orpheus has changed in Bohemian. It’s safe to say that I’ll call this one a draw; I love them both too much!
Who remembers Paradom? Well, he is still hanging around in this book, literally. I don’t know what it is about him but I just think he is completely awesome. Who’d ever thought that an insane vampire that eats cat food would be awesome?
My only query now, is whether this is the end of the Stone Masters Vampire series or if we can expect more to come? I honestly hope to see more of Ingrid, Jadeon and Orpheus in the future. It just doesn’t feel like the story is completely over. What about the Stone Masters? Will Paradom ever be sane again? What happens to Sebastian? Where is Jacob? ..maybe that was more than one question!
About the Author:
Vanessa Fewings (aka V.M.K. Fewings) is the award-winning author of The Stone Masters Vampire Series. Her first erotic novel, Enthrall, will be released later this summer. Prior to publishing, Vanessa worked as a registered nurse and midwife. She holds a Masters Degree in Psychology. She has travelled extensively throughout the world and has lived in Germany, Hong Kong, and Cyprus. Born and raised in England, Vanessa now proudly calls herself an American and resides in California with her husband.
Vanessa has been invited as a special guest to attend the Anne Rice Vampire Lestat Fan Club’s Annual Ball and Undead Con in New Orleans this Halloween. Alongside some of the most distinguished authors, including Anne Rice herself, Vanessa will be a guest on writer panels and at the author meet and greet where fans will get the chance to chat with her personally about her new vampire novel Bohemian.
Vanessa Fewings is repped by management firm IPG.
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