Ian Hemming is a werewolf and senior member of the London (nee Woolsey) Pack.
In wolf form he is described by Rue in Imprudence as one of the most attractive wolves, with black and gold markings on a creamy white background coat.
Hemming is a large, bumbling, salt-of-the-earth breed of chap. Big, blond, and rangy with delicate features. He has watery blue eyes and subtle but thick sideburns.
He's considered sensitive and the gentlest of the entire pack.
He used to model for painters who specialized in depictions of manor houses and handsome farmers.
In the books Edit
Hemming is present outside of Claret's in wolf form at the beginning of the novel.
- “Although Hemming, who made for a handsome wolf with his black and gold markings on creamy white, lurched in her direction - possibly operating under some latent need to protect.” (Imprudence, Chapter One)