Witch vs Werewolf in Love Redeems (A Redcliffe Novel) #TheRedcliffeNovels

Happy Hump Day! Since we are so close to Halloween, I decided to share an excerpt from book 3 in the Redcliffe novels series, Love Redeems. Jessica has embraced her heritage as a witch and is causing chaos in the werewolf pack, much to Danny Mason’s annoyance.


“Of course we frighten the alpha,” she said scornfully, in my mind, “He is but a wolf. We are far superior. Allow me to demonstrate.”

And she sprang forward without warning, heading straight for my body. I cried out, trying to move away from Danny and Simon, but I was too slow. My body convulsed as Suri merged her spirit with mine. I felt it happen, but I was powerless to react. I had no idea what I was dealing with. I was still just a witch in training. Opening my eyes, I turned slowly, searching for the alpha male. Danny was standing in the doorway, staring at me, his own power flaring, swirling around him in a delicious storm of turmoil. Licking my lips, I advanced upon him slowly, stalking my prey. My body felt lithe and supple, and while I still looked and walked like a human, I could feel a tail swishing behind me, and my muscles were that of the snow tiger. She was superimposed around my body, and both wolves could clearly see her.

“Jessica,” Danny said, shaking his head, “Jessica, please don’t do this. Send her away. Fight her.”
I laughed, and my voice sounded deep and throaty, ending in a growl.

“I do not want to send her away,” I said, “I want to embrace her power. She is my tiger. We work together.”

“You don’t mean that,” Danny replied, “Remember who I am.”
“You are the alpha male,” I said, “You are worthy of our attention.”

“Jessica,” Danny said, “I do not want to play with your tiger. I want you,” he paused, staring at me with glowing blue eyes, “Jessica, I want you.” He said again.

I hesitated, mulling over his words. Something stirred within me, a memory of another man who looked identical to the alpha. The other man was not a wolf. He was dead. I didn’t want a dead thing. I wanted heat, power, and life. I moved towards the alpha, my body preparing to pounce. My movements were smooth, agile and feline. I loved the way I moved, so graceful and delicate, so strong. I pounced.

#TheRedcliffeNovels Series

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. That includes Simon Bunce, manager of the Ship Inn, who turns out to be lieutenant to the Redcliffe werewolf pack, and lover to the wolf alpha Danny Mason. He fights to protect his master from the ethereal animal familiar who threatens to claim their pack. Who knew the Cornish coast could be so deadly?

Click here for more details about the Redcliffe Novels series.

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Shop Latest Offers at Poppy Shop

Here are the latest offers available at Poppy Shop. Do your Christmas shopping early and do your bit for local charities at the same time.

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A Halloween Poem

It’s the spookiest week of the year and today I share with you a poem written by my 8-year-old daughter. She was inspired recently when I attended an online poetry class. Tell us what you think of it in the comments!

Photo by Kristina Paukshtite on Pexels.com


Halloween is spooky

And very, very gloomy.

It’s got spiders

But no gliders

It is code black

Not cute pink

It is so dark

With no spark

Maybe you could make it bright

But not as bright as the daylight.

By Georgina Green (age 8)

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Superblends and Cold Infuse Tea Offers at Twinings

Stock up on your favourite tea blends now and try something new while you are at it. Maybe you can find special gifts for upcoming birthdays and occasions.

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Shop The Sale at English Heritage Shop

You can save up to 50% off in the Sale at English Heritage Shop. Discover our range of historical items inspired by our range of heritage sites around the country. Perfect as a gift for those who love history and are looking to build their collection. Don’t miss out, as only available whilst stocks last.

Stonehenge Equinox Bone China Teapot

Serve tea to your guests with this Stonehenge Equinox Teapot. The fine bone china teapot showcases English Heritage’s specially commissioned Equinox design that takes inspiration from the ancient stones and their relationship with nature.

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The Victorian Way Bone China Side Plate

Serve cakes, biscuits and finger sandwiches to your guests with this side plate from our The Victorian Way Collection. Taking inspiration from ceramics produced in the Victorian era, this side plate features a beautifully classic gold metallic scroll pattern.

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Stonehenge Beech Wood Bottle Opener

Keep this handy bottle opener in your kitchen for use at parties, events and social gatherings. It has a beech wood handle that features a carving of the word ‘Stonehenge’, making it a lovely souvenir of a recent visit to the ancient stones.

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English Heritage Runner Bean Scarlet Emperor Seeds

Add some home grown veg to your meal with these English Heritage runner bean seeds. Runner beans originate from Central America. Runner bean ‘Scarlet Emperor’ is thought to be a selection of ‘Scarlet Runner’ that was introduced into the UK in 1633.

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Stonehenge Mini Rockers Children’s Backpack

Allow your mini rocker to become a true rock star with our Stonehenge Mini Rockers Backpack. Featuring one of our Neolithic characters with the famous trilithon stones, this backpack is a great souvenir of a trip to the ancient stone circle.

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Dracula Travel Mug

Do your bit to save the planet with this Whitby Abbey Dracula Travel Mug. The plastic mug has a screw lid with a drinking spout, so you can enjoy your favourite hot drink on the go and it means no paper is wasted in the process!

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English Heritage Face Covering – Down House Geometric Wallpaper

Help keep yourself and others safe with this English Heritage face covering. The blue geometric pattern is taken from wallpaper found inside Charles Darwin’s bedroom at Down House that was re-created by English Heritage.

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Dover Snow Globe Large

Keep this snow globe on a desk or shelf as a reminder of a recent trip to Dover Castle. A mini castle sits encapsulated in the globe with white snowflakes. The base of the globe features the highly detailed walls of the castle, grass and even a path leading up to the main entrance.

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Stonehenge Equinox Bone China Tea for One Set

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Last Chance Offers from CraftStash

Daisy Mae by Clare Rowlands just puts a smile on your face and a spring in your step. Wonderfully hand-drawn stamps featuring whimsical woodland friends and the most beautiful of home and garden accessories perfect for cardmaking and 3D projects alike. As well as stamps treat yourself to matching dies, embossing folders and papers and step into a happy crafting place.

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Everything Crafter’s Companion does is with the aim of making crafting fun, inspiring and fuss-free for its customers both in the UK and internationally. Its products are aimed at meeting the needs of the enthusiastic crafter and have been designed, created and manufactured by fellow crafting fanatics.

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Create memories that last a lifetime with a LEGOLAND® Christmas break from £179 per family!

Join us at the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort to build memories that will last a lifetime, as we celebrate the most special time of the year with ‘LEGOLAND at Christmas’.

Extend the festive fun by booking a ‘Santa’s Sleepover’ in one of our fully themed hotels – with special activities for kids young and old to enjoy including Father Christmas riding around the park in his magical sleigh! Click here to book your stay.

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● 1-day entry to ‘LEGOLAND at Christmas’ including selected rides

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Give the Gift of Healing this Christmas with Goldstone Reiki

We live in a crazy world. Last week I watched a tourist rocket launch into space. I heard on the news that we will struggle to get what we want for Christmas because we don’t have enough HGV drivers in the UK. People are being told not to panic but to start their Christmas shopping now.  

Why don’t you consider giving someone the gift of healing this Christmas? Or better still, treat yourself to some healing and self-care. I’m sure you deserve it and I bet you need it with all the stress we are feeling these days. I offer Christmas themed gift cards and regular gift cards so a reiki healing treatment would be perfect for a Christmas present, a birthday gift, or a pick-me-up gift for someone you love. Order gift cards online now.

Goldstone Reiki at Cheshire Lasers in Middlewich

A reiki treatment with Catherine will focus on mindfulness and easing mental health challenges from a holistic perspective, encouraging you to examine your thought processes and perspectives and learn to heal from within. We all need a break from our busy lives, and she is here to give you a chance to rest just for an hour, so that you can recharge your batteries and calm your mind.

Book your reiki healing session today and take care of yourself from the inside out.

For more information about what reiki healing involves see this article.

Catherine holds the following reiki qualifications from the lineage Usui Reiki Ryoho:

  • Shinpiden (Reiki Master 3rd Degree)
  • Okuden (Reiki 2nd Degree)
  • Shoden (Reiki 1st Degree)

What to expect in a treatment?

So, what happens in a reiki treatment? Magic! All you need to do is lie down on the therapy bed or sit on a chair if you prefer, close your eyes and relax. The session lasts for around 40 minutes, during which time Catherine will channel natural energy that is freely available to everyone. It will permeate your body, clear some of the rubbish from your mind, and help you make sense of your busy life. Regular reiki treatments should leave you feeling more balanced, less anxious, and happier with yourself and your situation.

Price List:

Reiki therapy treatment – £25 – lasts approximately 40mins.

Distance reiki healing session – £12.50 – lasts approximately 20mins.

Catherine is available at Cheshire Lasers on the following days:

Tuesday – 12pm until 5pm

Wednesday – 9:30am until 2:30pm

Saturday – 9am until 12pm.

Home visits and distance reiki sessions available by request outside of these hours.

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How to Make some Cash before Christmas

Do you have a desktop computer that’s redundant, or maybe a laptop lying around? You could sell them and get some quick and easy cash to help with your Christmas shopping. Let me tell you how.

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Choosing the Right High School

I cannot believe we have reached this milestone. It is time to apply for High School for our eldest daughter, who is now in her final year at Primary School. Excuse me while I cry in the corner for a minute.

Ok, I’m back! Seriously, this is a huge deal for me. Back in the early 90s when I started high school, we simply went to the local school that we could walk to. There was no choice of neighbouring schools, we weren’t Catholic, my parents had no expectations of finding a school that was best for me and my siblings. How times have changed. We have been invited to school open evenings (pre- and post-Covid), we have pored over prospectuses, we have studied bus routes, and we have spoken to our friends about their experiences of choosing the right high school. It seems like a monumental task.

We are fortunate here in mid Cheshire to have several good schools within the catchment area. There is one in our town which is where we assumed we would send our children to. My husband and I both walked to school in our home town (he went to the rival Catholic school), he had a much better school experience than I did, and we felt that our local high school would be sufficient. Then we visited a girls’ high school in the nearby town and suddenly it wasn’t so clear. Our daughter loved it! We loved it. She will have to catch a bus and leave home earlier than she currently does, but she is excited about this new school possibility.

The girls’ high school is a ten-minute drive from home and the bus goes right past our house on the route. It is a large school, much bigger than the one in our town that we previously thought we would be applying for. This high school was welcoming, modern, well equipped and seems to have something for everyone. I think it was the purpose-built dance studio and drama studio that clinched it for our daughter, but she fell in love. She can study dance and drama at GCSE level if she wants to. I never had that opportunity. She will have a business studies class as part of her curriculum. She has access to an engineering workshop where the girls are encouraged to explore STEM subjects, build electric cars, and be part of the future with design and technology.

I still remember being humiliated in Year 9 by my electronics teacher because I struggled to understand a basic circuit board. He made me sit at my desk almost in tears after shouting at me in front of the whole class, and guess what, I lost interest in technology after that because I thought I wasn’t good enough. My high school experience was poor by comparison, and I was anxious about this transition for my daughter. I now feel more confident about our decision because I truly feel that she will be encouraged to develop her natural skills and talents and to learn new ones, which ultimately will give her confidence and capability to pursue whatever career she chooses in the future.

How was your experience of high school, and how did that inform your decision for your children? Please share in the comments.

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