Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Catherine Green Visits Vampire Review To Discuss Her Book: "The Darkness Of Love"

Vampire Review is happy to have Catherine Green, dark romance author from Spooky Mrs. Green guest blogging today. Welcome Catherine!

Gothic Victorian Vampires in The Darkness of Love
Dark Romance Author Catherine Green
by Catherine Green

Hello there my fellow vampire lovers and thank you, Tami Jackson, for hosting me over here on the Vampire Review. Today I would like to introduce my fourth novel, The Darkness of Love. It is a Gothic Victorian vampire romance full of decadent passion and deadly games. In other words, it's a perfect holiday read for the festive season! 


The Darkness of Love was inspired as I developed my series of novels set in the fictional Cornish seaside town of Redcliffe. In my debut novel Love Hurts (A Redcliffe Novel) I introduced a vampire character called Marcus Scott. In present-day Redcliffe, he is a charismatic, charming and drop-dead-gorgeous vampire/businessman who stirs up trouble for our fated heroine Jessica Stone. He was actually so charming that he persuaded me to write his own separate novel, and that became The Darkness of Love.

Our story is set in Victorian England, in the grand estate of Lord Gregory Stockton. Marcus Scott is a lowly stable hand, born and raised on the estate by his parents who also work for Lord Stockton. Marcus is sharp and intelligent, and he is battling a serious case of forbidden lust for Lady Sarah Stockton. 

The two young lovers begin a dangerous game, totally unaware that their lord and master not only knows about their illicit affair, but that he is a powerful vampire determined to use their emotions to his advantage. Marcus is a changed man by the end of his adventure, and it marks the start of a whole new immortal life, forever tied to his master.

Sounds hot doesn’t it? Well, Marcus Scott is very persuasive when he wants to be, and Lord Gregory Stockton is pretty hard to resist as well. 

Then we meet his old friend Lady Amelia Richmond and the whole story becomes even more twisted and dangerous. 

The Darkness of Love is a delicious foray into the era when England was undergoing huge social change, where people hid more secrets than anybody could begin to guess at, and where vampires could play and satiate their thirst wherever and whenever they chose.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR CATHERINE GREEN

Author of adult paranormal romance series The Redcliffe Novels, Catherine Green was raised on books from a young age, and has happy memories of Saturday mornings spent in her small local library, devouring the contents of the shelves. Aside from the Redcliffe novels, Catherine has short stories published in YA anthologies Devils, Demons and Werewolves, and The Mirador Fantasmagoria, and she writes articles for websites including Write and Share UK. Catherine is also a freelance copywriter and copy editor.

Catherine has always been fascinated by the supernatural world, and it feels natural for her to write about vampires, werewolves, witches and other mystical creatures in her stories. She is a shaman in training and a mother of two (that's before counting the dog). With an interest in crafts and social history, Catherine practices the Law of Attraction and truly believes that everyone can achieve their dreams if they can step beyond the fear of social conformity.

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OTHER BOOKS BY CATHERINE GREEN 
All the books are available direct from Mirador publishing in multiple eBook and paperback versions: 

  • Love Hurts (A Redcliffe Novel) by Catherine Green

    Love Hurts is about a young woman who runs a bookshop in Cornwall with her best friend. She falls in love with a local police detective and later discovers that he is a vampire, and that his identical twin brother is a werewolf. She is dragged into their complicated and dangerous lives, to her detriment, where secrets are told and lives are lost...

  • Love Kills (A Redcliffe Novel) by Catherine Green

    Love Kills is book 2 in the developing Redcliffe series. In the quiet Cornish seaside town of Redcliffe, Jessica Stone recovers from an horrific werewolf attack and comes to terms with revelations that her lover, Jack Mason, is a vampire, his brother, Danny, the werewolf pack leader, and her best friend, Simon, is a werewolf.  Add to that her discovery that she is a witch, and life is suddenly a whole lot harder than it used to be. Jessica has to fight for her own life and Jack’s when faced with his jealous vampire master who wants her old lover back. But things are never easy, and a vampire master is not so easy to defeat…
  • Love Redeems (A Redcliffe Novel) by Catherine Green

    Life has changed forever in Redcliffe, Cornwall. Jessica Stone used to be a normal, happy human. Now she is an angry, conflicted and confused witch. It all happened when she met Detective Jack Mason and his identical twin brother Danny. Jessica almost died twice, fell into a love triangle, and she became a murderer. Now she faces the ultimate challenge as she continues the fight to save the man she loves, while simultaneously struggling with her lust for his werewolf brother and their vampire friend. Can she survive, or will love finally end her life completely?


They are available on Amazon in Kindle and paperback format:

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