Blood Relations

Blood Relations In a time when vampires have gained civil rights and walk freely among humans they must still overcome the factions who seek to take away those rights and return them to the role of the hated and hu

  • Title: Blood Relations
  • Author: J.P. Bowie
  • ISBN: 9780857153432
  • Page: 245
  • Format: ebook
  • In a time when vampires have gained civil rights and walk freely among humans, they must still overcome the factions who seek to take away those rights and return them to the role of the hated, and hunted.Rob Lydell employed by Blood Relations , a philanthropic group of wealthy businessmen, is asked to negotiate a meeting with Gabriel Torrance, a powerful vampire The objIn a time when vampires have gained civil rights and walk freely among humans, they must still overcome the factions who seek to take away those rights and return them to the role of the hated, and hunted.Rob Lydell employed by Blood Relations , a philanthropic group of wealthy businessmen, is asked to negotiate a meeting with Gabriel Torrance, a powerful vampire The object of the meeting is to improve relationships between humans and vampires, who have recently gained civil liberties.Rob and Gabriel form a close relationship of their own, but not everyone is happy about vampire civil rights and Rob soon finds himself the target of attacks and threats, while the violence against vampires by members of so called staker gangs increases.As Rob and Gabriel s blood bond grows, they are startled to discover that the biggest danger they have to face may come from a power play within Blood Relations itself not to mention some members of the Vampire Council who still regard humans as prey, rather than equals.

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    About “J.P. Bowie

    • J.P. Bowie

      J.P Bowie was born and raised in Aberdeen, Scotland He wrote his first unpublished novel a science fiction tale of brawny men and brawnier women that made him a little suspect in the eyes of his family for a while.Leaving home at age eighteen for the bright lights of London, he found himself in the midst of a diverse and creative crowd that eventually led him to the performing arts For the next twelve years he sang, danced and acted his way around the theatres of London and the provinces, appearing in shows with many famous British singers, actors and comedians.After immigrating to the US and living for many years in Las Vegas where he worked for that incomparable duo, Siegfried and Roy, J.P found himself entranced by the fair city of San Diego where he currently lives with his partner, Phil.J.P loves to hear from his readers and can be contacted at jpbowie cox

    913 thoughts on “Blood Relations

    • What would happen if, not too long from now, vampires were to be officially recognized as citizens and given equal rights (or close to) with humans? A question that hasn't come up in too many vampire stories that I've read - and the central theme of this book.I love the way that J.P. Bowie wove current politics and thinking into a scenario that shows the not too distant future. The foundation of an organization in charge of improving human-vampire relations, the naming of liaisons on both sides, [...]


    • While it does not give something new to the Vampire myth, this story does take an interesting plot regarding genetic engineering. I like the idea that it happens not so distant future, where vampires incorporated into the society are treated less than gays (Better fags that fangs!; does that make me evil if I smile on this??). Characters wise, I like Rob, he has this innocent ingenue flair in him. I always like to read guys who still blushes and has attractive pout *grin*. Gabriel, on the other [...]


    • This was a very quick read. In a not so distant future, vampires have come out and they're trying to integrate in the human society. Blood Relations is a company that are more-or-less lobbying to make people accept vampire. They send Rob to meet Gabriel, one of the most fascinating vampires, to hire him for the pro-vampire campaign.Gabriel has a lot of the vamp trademarks: aloof, beautiful, powerful, mind-reader, flyer. Rob is naive and generous, but I couldn't really see why Gabriel was so attr [...]


    • To be honest, I haven't got a whole lot to say about this book, except that it's okay. The story is alright, but the sex is unrealistic in parts (which I find irritating) and it is all wrapped up quickly and conveniently. Nothing special, but not absolutely dreadful either. I've given it the benefit of the doubt and rounded the 2.5 out of 5 stars I would award it, up to 3 for the actual 'official' rating, because it was quite sweet between Rob and Gabriel, and it was a pleasant way to spend a co [...]


    • This was a very good book! I like Rob and Gabriel together and I hope t see more of them but i'm most drawn to Marcus for some reason, he just seems really sexy. The writing style was nice and the story wasn't overdone. I hope their is a sequel.


    • Seldom I truly enjoy vampire stories because of the blood and violence, etc. But this story was written in such a way, that I have to admit it was truly enjoyable. The plot is well set and the action, too. I really liked both main characters, they were hot together.



    • Blood Relations has a very nice plot. It fits in well with other Vampire books by the same author. I really enjoyed reading it. Well done! I give Blood Relations three stars.



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