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Evernight Celebrates 5 Years of Publishing! #BirthdayBash

Evernight Celebrates 5 Years of Publishing!




Thanks to readers like you, Evernight Publishing has grown by leaps and bounds in five years so they’re pulling out all the stops and throwing an extreme BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION BLOG HOP in your honor!

That’s right! It’s Evernight’s birthday but YOU get the presents…

Prizes include:

Apple Watch Sport

NEW Kindle Paperwhite

Fitbit Flex

Evernight, Amazon, and ARe Gift Certificates

Plus, each author on the hop will offer his/her own special prize!

I’m honored to celebrate this momentous occasion with Evernight. I’m going to give you a look at my first Evernight title and my latest release but first, a few words to express me gratitude.

Wow. What a ride I’ve had with a publisher that has treated me so kind and like family. I’ve met (and read!) so many great authors across the globe. We encourage each other like no other publisher I’ve been with thus far. I am beyond proud to be an Evernight author.

Let’s take a through memory lane, shall we, with my first solo release with Evernight.

The Wolves of Argonne
Published Jan 24, 2012
Naughty Fairytales Line

Rosabel lives on the edge of Argonne Forest just outside Bois de’Lune village. A place where werewolves rule and don’t care for humans meddling in their affairs. During the harvest festival, she catches the attention of the alpha Urlic. Beneath the mask, he makes intent known with one hungry stare and awakens something she dwelling deep within her soul. With the virile and powerful Urlic, Rosabel discovers extortion of the sensuous kind and submits to his whims unconditionally. When the arrival of another werewolf challenges Ulric for his prize, Rosabel finds herself between two wanting lovers. Can Rosabel choose between her lusty suitors, or will the overbearing males learn to share their lady in the crimson cloak?

Available for purchase at: Evernight Publishing, Bookstrand, All Romance and Amazon.

Obviously, I love writing Naught Fairytales because my last release was also one, and I plan on many more!

rumpledbetweenthesheets1lRumpled Between the Sheets
Published March 20, 2015
Naughty Fairytales Line

Tales from Beowulf Hollow, Book 2

Some want to find love at all costs. Some believe there is a cost to find love.

When Mary Becken’s mother passes away, she takes over her business of making fine tailored clothes in the small town of Beowulf Hollow. Not satisfied with the fabrics available, she unearths her mother’s loom and creates a new textile by weaving thin strands of gold. Soon her small mountain town is swarming with new customers and invitations come pouring in for New York Press Week. One in particular isn’t interested in her sharing her talents with the rest of the world.

Benjamin Elstiltzkin is a man used to getting exactly what he wants. For his fashion business, he’s downright ruthless and a small town woman isn’t going to ruin his chances in being on top of the fashion world. He hatches a plan to make Miss Becken work exclusively for him whether she wants to or not. The one thing he never counted on in his strategy was the temptation she’d pose to his never-ending bachelorhood.

With a deadline looming to get his collection, Benjamin might have met his match in more ways than one.


Evernight Publishing | Amazon | All Romance eBooks | Bookstrand


So what’s blog hop without a giveaway, right? Here’s the swag I’m giving away:

Signed print copy of The Romance Novel Book Club, Magnet, pen, and book charm.
Signed print copy of The Romance Novel Book Club, Magnet, pen, and book charm.

How to win? Tell me how you found out about Evernight Publishing and what was the first book you read? Since this is a print copy, only the continental US is eligible. Since I know we have readers from around the globe, I’ll reserve two ecopies of my two featured books–The Wolves of Argonne and Rumpled Between the Sheets–as a giveaway.


It’s a great time for an Evernight shopping spree because all Evernight titles are 25% off through October 9th at AllRomance eBooks!



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19 thoughts on “Evernight Celebrates 5 Years of Publishing! #BirthdayBash”

  1. I found out about Evernight Publishing from I was doing their Snarktember contests. The first book I ever read was Peter Pan. It’s still my favorite book today.I can’t wait to see the new movie!

  2. Erin M. Leaf’s Lick Is A Four-Letter Word was my first & it was recommended to me by a friend. Thanks.

  3. I first heard of evernight publishing from an invite to a fb party. I sadly don’t remember the first book I read.

  4. One of my favourite authors Shawn Lane had a book published by Evernight “Loving The Boss” so I had to buy it and found the site great so I buy books all the time now.

  5. I honestly don’t remember how I found out about Evernight or what my first read of theirs was, but I have enjoyed many over the past few years.

  6. Not sure which book it was but I found out about Evernight by doing a search for Sam Crescents books now I’ve found so many more authors including your work. Happy 5th Evernight. susieq13458(at) yahoo (dot) com

  7. I cant remember how many years ago, about two or three. And I dont remember which was my first but I know some of my favorite are Khloe Wrens dragons.

  8. I first heard of Evernight last year at a convention. I honestly do not remember what the first book I read was.

  9. I can´t remember how, but I´m guessing it was a rec on FB =)
    Thanks for the giveaway & Happy Thursday!
    ps I´m International ❤

  10. Thank you for the giveaway! I first heard of Evernight through friends either on goodreads or facebook. If I remember correctly, the first book I read was Beyond Friends by Xondra Day.

  11. Thank you for the giveaway! I read so many books I do not remember how I found Evernight or the first book. I do know it would have been from something on FB.

  12. I found out about Evernight through Night Owl Reviews. And it’s been so long I don’t remember the first one I read.

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