Forever Love

Rated 5.00/5 based on 3 reviews
Nurse Sabrina Boyd’s life was fine before Dr. Joe Walker, her cousin’s widower, returned home to South Georgia. Avoiding the man who wants a romantic relationship with her isn’t her biggest problem. She has seen Demon Cat, harbinger of death for the Boyd family.Now she’s obsessed with finding and saving the person the cat wants, and she’s immersed in old journals about ill-fated lovers. More
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About Mary Marvella

Mary Marvella has been a story teller for as long as she can remember. She tutors students in language arts, writing, and reading - perfect since she taught language arts/English for 15 years.

Mary made up stories as a child, she made up stories for her daughter, and now she's sharing the stories of her heart. Join her for a taste of love, lust, and sweet tea.

Mary lives in Georgia, north of Atlanta, and is Southern to the core.

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Reviews of Forever Love by Mary Marvella

Linda Nightingale reviewed on Sep. 27, 2011

Love, lust, magic, and Sweet Tea. – A perfect description of Mary Marvella’s work. I loved the Demon Cat and the hero. I read a lot of paranormals, and this short read ranks with the best of them. You can read it in one seating and you will. You’ll quickly get caught up in this story.
(reviewed 5 months after purchase)
Beth Trissel reviewed on July 5, 2011

I read this story in one sitting, found myself engrossed! Very enjoyable and imaginative love story. Wonderful characters. Fabulous chemistry. Highly recommended.
(reviewed 59 days after purchase)
Annie Rayburn reviewed on June 8, 2011
(no rating)
A black "demon" cat (or is he?), a native American shaman of indeterminate age, a beloved grandmother, a nurse, a doctor: these are the motley collection of interesting characters you'll find in Forever Love. It's story of love that transcends time in interesting and unusual ways.
(reviewed 30 days after purchase)
Edie Ramer reviewed on May 23, 2011

I thoroughly enjoyed this story of a nurse in love with the widowed, still grieving doctor - or so she thinks. But nothing is as it seems in this paranormal novella. Especially the black cat that appears to the women of her family before a death. This well-written book drips with a southern Gothic atmosphere and a contemporary sensuality. A surprising story that I definitely recommend.
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)
MJ Stars reviewed on May 14, 2011
(no rating)
This story is a quick read and held my interest to the end. The chemistry between Sabrina and Joe is smoking hot. The Demon Cat is the perfect paranormal element. I couldn't put this down.

(reviewed 11 days after purchase)
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