Blood Vigilance by J.P. Bowie

Blood Vigilance by J.P. Bowie
Publisher: Pride Publishing
Genre: Sci-Fi/Fantasy, Paranormal
Length: Full length (150 pages)
Other: M/M, Anal Sex
Rating: 4 stars
Reviewed by Moonflower

In a future Los Angeles, vampires are forced to protect themselves from roving gangs intent on ridding the city of the undead.

In the year 2038, vampires might have civil rights, but that doesn’t mean the population treats them with civility. Master Vampire Marcus Verano wants to put an end to the violence, but the charter they signed states that no human must be harmed in any confrontation.

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Ross Delaney, owner of popular downtown bar The Bitter Brew, comes to the aid of vampire Tristan Munro when he is attacked. Ross is intrigued by the vampire and asks him to return the following night—which he does…and many nights thereafter.

As a Vigilance member, Tristan is partnered with Leah, a fiery red-haired female who resents being subjugated by humans—and male vampires. It isn’t long before she rebels against the Vigilance and seeks vengeance on humans, holding Ross hostage and defying Marcus and Tristan.

Can she be stopped, or will her actions destroy the Vigilance…and the growing relationship between Ross and Tristan?

In a world where vampires exist, you would imagine they are at the top of the food chain. In Blood Vigilance though, it is the opposite. Humans know vampires exist, but vampires are under strict conditions and laws to ensure they are ‘harmless’… inasmuch as a vampire can be. This puts them at a serious disadvantage from angry and violent humans who disapprove of their differences!

This is a book in a series (which I was unaware of when I started reading it) and as such, it did have a slight impact upon my enjoyment of the story. It’s not so much the couples who are already together, but the stories and the situations mentioned that failed to have much meaning to me. I would recommend you read this as a series, rather than a standalone.

However, saying that, I thoroughly enjoyed the world-building, and the fantastic set of characters that either starred, or were supporting members, of this story. The pacing was smooth, with tension in all the right places. I noticed no editing or grammatical errors, and found this book to be an intriguing piece of work from beginning to end. Definitely recommended by me.


  1. Thanks for the good review. Sorry you hadn’t read the others in the series – My Vampire and I. I can send you a copy of Book One if you’d like to read it.
    Cheers, JP

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