Love Redeems by Catherine Green
Can she survive? Or will love finally end her life completely?
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 struggling with her lust for his werewolf brother and their vampire friend.
Can she survive?
Or will love finally end her life completely?
Review by Andrea L. Stoeckel:
Remembering the old metaphors of vampire as erotic love, werewolf as overwhelming anger, and witch as healer and wise woman does help in reading this book, and its previous stories. And as a big fan of Anne Rice and Stephenie Meyer, I was fascinated with another take on the idea.
Jessica is a new witch, not understanding of her powers, and certainly unable to control her familiar. She lives in an England that accepts “non humans” as a part of life. However, in this writer’s opinion, Jess seems a bit naive to the fact.
Tolerence, education, understanding and growing up are all parts of this story. Jess’ lover is a vampire, his brother is a werewolf, her best male friend is also a werewolf. She has a powerful witch/mentor and her mother is a ghost that she has confabs with.
Her best female human friend, not only overwhelmed with a new baby, but with all that’s happened to her friend and Jess wants very much to placate her.
And although there’s been one batle that opened up all these revelations, this book contains another, both inward and outer. Jess’ understanding of love and faith and a whole life will hang in the balance. This is why I highly recommend this book, and I will look for its predecessors as well
Review by Paul&Gina:
Loved these books! Even though I really wanted her to be with Danny the story ended very well….both brothers is what she got! Really really loved these books!
Amazing work Catherine Green…
Review by Dionna McClure:
I 100% enjoyed this series……thanks for the ride!!! I’m looking forward to reading everything you write. Very good job….thanks again