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Lord Gregory Stockton is a powerful and respected businessman embracing the modern era of the Victorian industrial revolution. He owns a grand and beautiful manor complete with a repertoire of servants and a charming attractive young wife. The only thing he lacks and desires is an heir to the family estate. 
Lord Gregory knows he can never produce a child, for he is a vampire, and his wife and servants know nothing of
his secrets. However, there may be other ways to provide an heir for his estate. Lord Gregory notices the subtle growing romantic attraction between his wife and the handsome young stable hand Marcus Scott resulting in the humans becoming unwitting pawns in a vampire’s game of lust, love and control. 

Lord Gregory Stockton loves a life of luxury… He has everything any lucky man could want… A adoringly wife, money, luxuries and plenty of women at his disposal… Though he is happy, his life is missing something… A little someone to call him daddy…

He knows his wife wants nothing more than to give him a child… But as a vampire he knows that can’t be possible… But has come up with the perfect plan to get Sarah pregnant and give her what she really wants…

This was a very interesting story… I don’t usually read about vampires but the fact that it was also a Victorian (historical) made me want to read it… I liked the way the author emphasizes each character and how important they are for the story… This book will score a 4/5 in my ratings and look forward to reading more of Catherine Green’s books 🙂

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Author of adult paranormal romance series The Redcliffe Novels, Catherine Green  was raised on books from a young age, and has happy memories of Saturday mornings
spent in her small local library, devouring the contents of the shelves. Aside from the Redcliffe novels, Catherine has short stories published in YA anthologies Devils, Demons and Werewolves, and The Mirador Fantasmagoria, and she writes articles for
websites including Write and Share UK. Catherine is also a freelance copywriter
and copy editor.

Catherine has always been fascinated by the supernatural world, and it feels natural for her to write about vampires, werewolves, witches and other mystical creatures in her stories. She is a shaman in training and a mother of two (plus dog), with an interest in crafts and social history. Catherine practises Law of Attraction and truly believes  that everyone can achieve their dreams if they can step beyond the fear of social conformity.

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