Author: Vanessa Fewings
Series: Stone Masters Vampire
Published May 21st 2013 by VMK
Source of copy: Literati Author Services
Vampires Jadeon and Orpheus have a few things in common. They both hate each other. They’ve both killed each other.
And they both just woke up in the same body.
When a vampiric reincarnation goes tragically wrong, two immortals find themselves ever-meshing into the newly-formed William. To make matters worse, someone is poisoning London's vampires and no immortal is safe.
William's struggle to come to terms with his identity and maintain his survival leads him to the beautiful and intelligent Inspector Ingrid Jansen, a woman who not only awakens his heart but may also help him save the city.
Embarking on a perilous adventure, William and Ingrid struggle to decipher ancient clues while staying one step ahead of the pursuing Stone Masters. Scouring the city from the aristocratic heights of its regal facade to the darkest deviancy of its corrupted core, they search for a way to reverse his catastrophe—and save all vampires from a growing threat far worse than the Stone Lords ever were.
Rising straight from the ashes of the shocking ending of A Vampire’s Reckoning, V.M.K. Fewings brings faithful fans back to The Stone Masters Vampire Series right where they left off, while guiding new readers into the embrace of London’s nightwalkers.
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This series is really coming together. I must admit I am truly a fan now. I must know what happens next in this series, but lets not jump ahead. This book was a great read. The character are really coming into themselves. It was really fun to see how Jadeon and Orpheus dealt with being William.
The characters have really come together in this book. I now see the importance of the back stories in the previous books. I can look back and really enjoy them as novels. I can also finally see the pieces of this complex puzzle. I am very curious to see how this story will come out in the next installment.
I loved the new characters introduced into this book. Each book as brought new and interesting characters and kept the old characters developing and the mystery of the Stone Masters a live and well. Each book is filled with so much action and mystery it is hard to put down.
I must say this is probably my favorite read so far in the series. I truly can't wait to get my hands on Bohemian, the next installment of this great series. It just keeps getting better and I can't wait. Oh and I still love these covers!