Thursday, April 24, 2014

Evernight Pub's Book Boyfriend Blog Hop! April 25-May 2nd



The Book Boyfriend Blog Hop is back and better than ever!

The authors of Evernight have a brand new team of swoon-worthy book boyfriend candidates. A sexy assortment of cowboys, Doms, detectives, millionaires, royalty, vampires, soldiers, and shifters are just a click away.


Get ready to find your next book boyfriend...

Hi! Karly Germain here, I write MM erotic romance and I am featuring my hero Ethan Stone, from Stone Cold Beast (#2 The Umbra Shifters)



The Umbra Shifters, 2
Ethan Stone, lion shifter, had lived many lives. He’d been a biker, musician, and an Umbran, or shadow hunter. Everything changed two years ago when a nightclub fire killed the members of his rock band and left him the only survivor. Now scarred and living the solitary life of a nomad, Ethan just wants to be left alone in his isolated world.
Daric McNamee, a cheetah shifter and also an Umbran, has been given an assignment. Ethan Stone. Find out what happened the night of the fire and recruit Stone back into the Umbran. Not an easy task considering Ethan is stubborn and wary. Almost immediately, both men feel a mate connection, but the last thing Daric wants is to be a submissive to a scarred, terminally angry lion shifter.
However, the attraction between them can’t be denied—though Ethan tries. When it comes time for them to part, will they admit they are mates? Can Daric convince Ethan he is more than a stone cold beast?
Be Warned: m/m sex
Read The Umbra Shifters, 1 in Alpha's Claim: Manlove Edition



Look for the first story in The Umbra Shifters 'His Great Dane' in  in the bestselling 'Alpha's Claim: Manlove Edition'




Now, what about Ethan Stone? He is a lion shifter who has lived many lives and who has a little vampire blood just to make things interesting. he will have an extended life, extra strength and stamina, and heal quicker. But the vampire blood couldn't help completely heal the burns he acquired during a night club fire. Ethan is a loner, hiding away from life. Brooding and sexy, this stone cold beast is a passionate man, but keep his deeper emotions well buried. I love this kind of hero! Do you?

What’s up for grabs?
              One lucky hopper will win a $100 Amazon Gift Certificate sponsored by Evernight Publishing.
              Plus, each author is giving away their own unique prize! So visit each blog hop stop for a host of fabulous prizes to win.

I am offering an ebook copy of Alpha's Claim: Manlove Edition Anthology (The Umbra Shifters #1) AND Stone Cold Beast (THe Umbra Shifters #2)

And The Umbra Shifters #3 has just been contracted. Look for WICKED HOT KILL in June!

How to enter? Answer this question in the comments below…

Do you like scarred heroes? Tell me why (or why not) in the comments and leave your email address as well to also be entered in the grand prize drawing of a $100 Amazon gift certificate and for the drawing of the 2 ebooks I am offering~

Be sure to leave the answer and your email address to be eligible to win a prize. Each comment gives you an entry for the grand prize (one per blog hop stop).

Keep hopping to the next author or blogger. After you've met each hero click here to vote for your favorite book boyfriend. You’ll earn an extra grand prize entry!


Favorite Book Boyfriend vote link:




You’re one step closer to meeting your next Book Boyfriend...


VISIT the other participants in the blog hop:


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23 comments:

  1. A scarred hero is good, because vulnerability makes him more lovable and believable!

    vitajex(at)aol(dot)com

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  2. I don't think scars should define a person. My husband has scars but I don't really notice them. People should be judged for who they are not what they look like. PlumCrazie@ymail.com

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  3. I loved a scarred hero because it shows the human side of the person and proves not all heroes are perfect. Thank you for the hop!

    lavidabrisco(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  4. I don't mind either way, but it can build to the story and give more background, making more depth to the story as long as it dosn't get to sappy!! thank you so much
    badboatygirl@gmail.com

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  5. Love a scarred hero because damaged men are hot!
    rockybatt@gmail.com

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  6. Scars are not an issue. They indicate they have lived and survived.
    debby236 at gmail dot com

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  7. scars show a person has lived through something bad and survived

    leetee2007@hotmail.com

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  8. Yes because that makes him mysterious and intriging.

    novella-group(at)mail.com

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  9. Sometimes, if they are open to be loved. If they are completely closed off then no.
    magic5905 at embarqmail dot com

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  10. I love my men majorly damaged -- but ultimately redeemable!

    Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
    elizabeth @ bookattict . com

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  11. To me a person that has been scarred has been through a huge ordeal of some kind and that just makes them more special than they already are.
    amybowens34@yahoo.com

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  12. Sure, every scar is a piece of what makes them who they are.

    Thanks for participating in the hop!
    simondex68 (at) gmail dot com

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  13. Yeah! Because it always makes a story more interesting when the hero has scars,... and they usually open up to the person they are falling for after spending so much time together. And finally opening up can do alot of good. =)

    Thank you for this giveaway!!

    I hope you have a great week! =)

    Brandi
    BLeigh1130 at yahoo dot com

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  14. Scarred heroes don't bother me because all scars tell a story. Plus I have a few myself. thanks for the giveaway.
    kaylyndavis1986@yahoo.com

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  15. Yes, I do like scarred heroes, both internal and external. It shows they've lived. if the hero is on the dark side, scars make him seem even darker and more dangerous.

    acm05atjuno.com

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  16. Yes, I love scarred heroes. It shows that they aren't perfect and I can connect with them more.

    mythic021@gmail.com

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  17. I do love scarred heroes. Scars just show how they've lived through the tough times in life and came out in the end stronger.
    suz2(at)cox(dot)net

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  18. yes, they're more interesting to read about

    bn100candg at hotmail dot com

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  19. I love scarred heroes! They have obstacles that only a strong woman can get through.

    adria(.)rose_03 at yahoo(.)com

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  20. Sometimes I do like them. They are sexy marks indeed. But it all depends on who the hero is.

    ladyunwritten[AT]gmail[DOT]com [Email id different from the one in the rafflecopter.]

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  21. I do like them, it shows the person has spunk, they don't give up, they've been through hard times and are still here.

    Shannon
    sabai30705(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  22. I love scarred heroes because even though they've been hurt in the past they are able to feel love for their chosen partner.

    Juana Esparza

    jmesparza821 at gmail dot com

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  23. scar's are a part of hard living yes I like them.
    sasluvbooks at yahoo dot com

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