Friday, October 17, 2014

Author Spotlight: Ann Everett

Today's Author Spotlight is Ann Everett!!


Jace Sloan has it all. He's smoking hot, a college football star with a storybook family, and he's 

never met a woman he couldn't charm. He's also never met one who makes him want to be a 

better man...until he meets Maggie. Now, this self-proclaimed geek with wild red hair and the 

greenest eyes he's ever seen has him thinking all kinds of crazy thoughts. Like settling down and 

being a one-woman man.

Maggie Fielding is anything but Jace's type. For starters, her IQ is bigger than her chest size. But 

Jace is panty melting hot, and she's having a hard time remembering that he’s bad news. If only 

she could stop telling him her secrets, because her answers to his questions just might have both 

of them falling in love for the first time.


“Why do you do it?”

“Do what?”

“Go from girl to girl. My mother was promiscuous because she tried to make up for 

everything wrong in her life—no relationship with her family, a kid she didn’t want. But 

you have the most wonderful family in the world. And you have friends—and talent. I don’t 

understand what you’re trying to compensate for.”

He didn’t say anything, so she said, “You don’t have to answer. I shouldn’t have asked. I 

just finished telling you to stay out of my business and now I’m butting into yours.”

“It isn’t that I don’t want to answer. It’s—I don’t know the answer. Maybe it’s 

evolutionary psychology. You know, spill your seeds and all that crap.”

“You’re kidding, right? That theory has to do with finding the best candidate for breeding 

to produce the best offspring. It isn’t an excuse to screw every female in Texas. Unless you’re 

saying you want to impregnate women to create a bunch of little football All-American’s?”

“Hell, no. My policy is no glove, no love. I’m saying, could be, men aren’t supposed to 

be monogamous.”

“You’re speaking for your entire gender?”


“So—your dad could have women on the side and that would be okay.”

“No! All right, you’ve made your point. Some men can be happy with one woman.”

“But not you.”

He rolled up on his elbow and rested his face in his hand. “I don’t know how to say this 

without sounding like a complete jerk. I guess I do it because I can. From the time I was in junior 

high, girls have thrown themselves at me and all I’ve done is take advantage of it. I’ve never lied 

to get a girl to sleep with me. I’ve never told one I loved her or promised forever. I don’t even 

spend the night. They know what to expect from me.” He flopped back down. “Maybe I’ve slept 

with more than my share, but I don’t consider myself a bad guy. Do you?”

“Does it matter what I think?”


“Well then, I think you’re just as emotionally unavailable as I am. I avoid men because 

I’m afraid I’ll lose my heart, and you go from girl to girl to keep from giving yours away.”

Author Bio:

Ann Everett embraces her small town upbringing and thinks Texans are some of the funniest 

people on earth. When speaking to writing groups, businesses, book clubs, and non-profit 

organizations, she incorporates her special brand of wit, making her programs on marketing, self-
publishing, and the benefits of laughter, informative and fun. 

An award winning author, she’s also a member of Northeast Texas Writers’ Organization and a 

top twenty reviewer on

When Ann’s not writing, she spends her days listening in on people’s conversations at the local 

Wal-Mart, beauty shop, Goodwill, and numerous other gathering spots. She draws from that 

research to pen her romantic suspense novels full of southern sass and Texas twang. For her new 

adult romance stories, she blends her dramatic writing style with a kick of humor.

Five things you won’t know about Ann by reading her bio.

1. She’s been married to the same man since dirt.

2. She loves shopping at thrift stores.

3. A really sharp pencil makes her happy.

4. She hates talking on the telephone.

5. She’s thankful wrinkles aren’t painful.


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