Not Your Average Valentine – Love Hurts (A Redcliffe Novel)

Happy Valentine’s Day! Today I would like to offer you a little something from the werewolves, just to shake it up a little. We return to the first novel in the Redcliffe series, Love Hurts. I wrote this many years ago when I felt the pain of young, romantic love. For me that love turned dark when my vampires and werewolves appeared on the scene.

With that in mind, here is an excerpt where our heroine Jessica Stone witnesses a mysterious exchange between the werewolf alpha Danny Mason, and his lieutenant Sally Frost. At this point Jessica is not aware of vampires and werewolves, and she has no idea of what she has gotten herself involved in.

Excerpt Love Hurts (A Redcliffe Novel) Book 1

Danny was standing close to Sally, and he looked quite angry and intimidating. In fact he looked different, more frightening, very like Jack had on that morning when he pinned me in the bedroom. Sally seemed to be acting submissively to him, as though she had done something wrong, but I couldn’t imagine what. Surely, they must be a couple and they were having an argument. But why would Danny be in the hospital when Sally was working? He should be at work today I knew that. He was dressed in jeans and a smart shirt rather than his usual surfer clothes. I knew enough to see that these were his work clothes. Maybe he was on an investigation or something. 

End

Mysterious happenings, aren’t they? Ha, ha! If you haven’t read Love Hurts yet (and why haven’t you?!), here’s your link to get the book.  

Download your FREE copy of It’s Complicated (A Redcliffe Short Story) and meet the werewolves of Cornwall, England.  Click here

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