Spotlight: The Redcliffe Novels Series – Catherine Green @SpookyMrsGreen

Eye of the Tiger A Redcliffe Novel - Catherine Green

The Redcliffe novels series follow the adventures of bookshop owner Jessica Stone as she meets a man and falls in love, only to discover the hidden werewolf secrets of her close friends. Who knew the Cornish coast could be so deadly? Love Hurts (A Redcliffe Novel) is about a young woman who runs a bookshop … Continue reading Spotlight: The Redcliffe Novels Series – Catherine Green @SpookyMrsGreen

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#CoverReveal: Eye of the Tiger by Catherine Green @SpookyMrsGreen

Cover Reveal

I'm pleased to welcome you to the cover reveal for Catherine Green's latest novel in her Redcliffe series, a British based paranormal romance series. Below you will find some information about the novel along with the cover. If you've not started the novels yet, you can sign up to Catherine's newsletter and get one of … Continue reading #CoverReveal: Eye of the Tiger by Catherine Green @SpookyMrsGreen

Week in Review – 30 April 2017

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This week I drew the winners of my Blogiversary Giveaways, all of the winners have been notified by email and I've received word that some of the prizes have already landed.  I'm so grateful to everyone who entered, for the people who donated prizes, and to all of you for all of your support. The … Continue reading Week in Review – 30 April 2017

#Review: The Darkness of Love by Catherine Green @SpookyMrsGreen

The Darkness of Love - Catherine Green

Description Lord Gregory Stockton is a powerful and respected businessman embracing the modern era of the Victorian industrial revolution. He owns a grand and beautiful manor complete with a repertoire of servants and a charming attractive young wife. The only thing he lacks and desires is an heir to the family estate. Lord Gregory knows … Continue reading #Review: The Darkness of Love by Catherine Green @SpookyMrsGreen

Week in Review – 23 April 2017

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It's been a funny old week this week. I had a book that I'd been chomping at the bit to read that I had to admit defeat on just past the halfway mark. I will write a brief review on it next week as I did make it far enough to form some valid opinions … Continue reading Week in Review – 23 April 2017