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Love Hurts (The Redcliffe Novels series Book 1) by [Green, Catherine]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 595 KB
  • Print Length: 262 pages
  • Publisher: Mirador Publishing (5 July 2011)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005AXVDZS
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #638,332 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Format: Paperback
This is the first book of the Redcliffe Novels and I really liked this book, it's probably not one that would've caught my eye if it hadn't been brought to my attention, but saying that, I thought the storyline was going to be a bit cliche in the beginning, but it soon turned around and caught me by surprise.

The characters and details of the town were described very well, I could imagine every detail as it was being read. Catherine Green has a great imagination and in depth knowledge of the paranormal goings on and it could be seen in her writing.

All in all the story was about the love between Jessica and Jack and his brother Danny and the turmoil Jessica went through deciding whether or not she could carry on in a world where nothing seemed real or go back to her world where everything was normal in her life and her friends weren't monsters.

A good book, well worth starting the series and I look forward to reading the other two books in this series.

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
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I read this book because the author is a fellow blogger whose posts I enjoy. Paranormal romance is not my usual reading choice but I consider myself an eclectic reader and some time ago enjoyed Maggie Stiefvater's novel "Shiver" which is in a similar genre. As I began to read "Love Hurts" I enjoyed the descriptions of the Cornish town and could imagine I was there. I liked Jessica, the main protagonist, and she comes over as a self possessed, confident heroine. The writing style is simple, clear and fluid. The author builds the sense of unease very well, conveying that note of doubt and fear amongst the normality of life. My problem lay with the sudden transition into the world of the paranormal. I felt the author had not built up enough of a sense of supernatural foreshadowing that would fully have convinced me. For me it would have been better if she had fed in the characteristics of the vampire slowly, perhaps introducing us first to the fact that he was born 150 years ago. My other difficulty lay in Jessica's choice to take on the danger of life with Danny and Jack. I know that is the premise of the story, but I never really understood why this intelligent, strong minded heroine would make such a choice. Yes, Danny and Jack (and Marcus) are gorgeous and sexy but even so.... I found myself thinking I'd prefer life as it was before in this idyllic town with regular visits to The Ship pub!
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Format: Paperback
If only Cornwall really was this exciting. I read this because of the Cornish connection and loved it, which surprised me. I swear I've been in the pub described and the bookshop, but the best thing are characters themselves. I've never been into vampires and werewolves, often scoffing at the romantic lead they take in so many stories, but now I understand why. I hold my hands up, I'm converted.
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I followed the heroine into my first unguided expedition into the world of werewolves, vampires and witches. What I didn't know was that these guys are so sexy and neither did she. The story is given an immediacy by being written in the first person of Jessica, a straight up kinda gal who just wants to run a book shop. She encounters adventures which leave her open to all manner of horrors and indeed erotic possibilities - the latter being of far more interest to me. There's never a dull moment in the supernatural blood and lust of the beautiful seaside resort of Redcliffe - deep in the brooding rock hard male passion of Poldark country. For me this was a holiday read that drew me along with the question of how this girl was gonna handle so much desire in her own being and so many possibilities in her new world. It was great to see her letting go with more than one partner. Others, male and female, ping on the radar for later consumption. This is a well paced read which created a lot of erotic tension that could (for me) have had more detailed sensual release. Onwards to the sequel..........
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A smart and sexy story of love, vampires and everything else.

All Jessica wanted was to enjoy running her bookshop with her best friend in the seaside town of Redcliffe. But spending her spare time hanging out at the local pub with her friends complicated her life in a way she couldn't possibly have foreseen. As Jessica struggles to reconcile herself to the strange behaviour of her new boyfriend, she soon finds herself completely out of her depth and her life in danger. A fresh approach to the paranormal romance/thriller genre, I highly recommend this book.
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A new genre of book for me, my partner was given the book as a gift but he is not a reader of books. I was reluctant to read it as i normally read books by Josephine Cox, Meg Hutchence etc...The story totally captivated me, the emotion, description jumped out of the book and I could almost feel it, taste it. I am definitely converted! I have just purchased Love Kills and Love Redeems and I cannot wait for the books to arrive. If you are feeling a bit sceptical about trying the book, please give it a go you will love it.
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