Welcome to Amberly Evans
In real life Amberly Evans spends her time being a wife and mother to ten children. Life is rarely boring. She grew up in sunny California and lived there most of her life. She and her family relocated to the beautiful state of Utah a few years ago and are enjoying the changing seasons.
Amberly has written all her life, but for the last ten years has focused on writing love stories. "I like the challenge of writing about the emotions of being in a relationship and I love a happy ending.."
She appreciates the readers who comment on her stories and hopes they find them an emotionally satisfying read.
Out of the Darkness
For four years...
Nick and Mia Whitecloud have managed to keep Man, the demon who has haunted Mia through most of her life, away from their family. But evil has a way of finding them and those they love most.
After a series of murders and after taking in the children of one of the victims, the door opens for Man to wreak havoc in their lives once more.
Will Nick be able to accept the gifts of his own heritage in time to save his family?
In The Shadow Of The Mountains
Sarah Reynolds thought she knew just how her life would go, marriage, children and family. That all changed the day she was brutally raped and left pregnant. After five years the scars she carries are not just physical. Can she open her heart to a man who kills for a living?
Tom Clayton’s father was murdered when he was only fifteen years old. He made it his life’s work to see justice done and the innocent avenged. However, there is a price to pay for that kind of life, and it’s your humanity. Can he find it again in the arms of a woman, a woman as wounded as Sarah?
Into The Darkness
Mia Carrigan has always been different…
Her gypsy blood has given her the ability to see visions, spirits and sense others’ emotions. Orphaned at thirteen, she has to be on guard for those who want her money, even her own relatives.
Mia’s psychic abilities don’t sit well with Nick White, an NYPD homicide detective, who has turned his back on his Cherokee heritage because he doesn’t believe in anything he can’t see, touch or put cuffs on--until he meets Mia.
She shows him there is more to life than what we see.