Fierce Women and the Men who Love Them

Do you like stories where the women save the day? Strong female characters can still fall in love and feel the need of a partner or lover. And that doesn’t just apply to humans.

I like to consider myself a fierce woman, and yet I get soppy over a cute animal or a baby. I am not a fighter in the physical sense, but I have fought and continue to fight many battles that affect my mental and emotional states, and I think these can leave scars that are just as bad as surface wounds if we don’t treat them properly. And yes, my husband loves me, and I know that he needs me around for support in many ways.

While my life is generally normal and boring, I was inspired to create the Redcliffe Novels series set in Cornwall, where I found a spiritual home during my twenties. My heroine, Jessica Stone, is just a regular human until she meets a man and falls in love, and later discovers his vampire secret and those of his identical twin brother and their friends. Cue crazy supernatural power struggles between vampires, werewolves, witches, and a few other creatures along the way. My novels are sexy, brutal, and magical, but you have to read them to experience it!

I recently spotted this t-shirt for sale at Spark Co, and it made me smile. Now if I could only get one printed up to reflect Jessica and Jack from the Redcliffe novels…

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