Beast of the Night release by E.E. Rawls -

Beast of the Night release by E.E. Rawls

One of my Silmaril cohorts, E.E. Rawls is having a very productive year. And she’s just released a new book, a Beauty and the Beast retelling with an Austrian twist and a new breed of curse.

I’m so excited for her and honored to be part of her release tour. Read on to find out more about the book!

Beast of the Night

Beast of the Night fantasy book release

A one-armed, practical girl. A rude lord hiding a curse. A dark secret with the town’s fate hanging in the balance.

When Rosen moves to Freudendorf—a secluded town in the Alps—with her dad, he vanishes on her and the debt collectors come to call: taking her into slave labor. As if that wasn’t bad enough, just when all her hopes and dreams for a normal life are ruined, a frail zombie-like butler purchases her: taking her to serve Lord Varick, who currently resides in the forbidden castle near the salt mines, where the Beast of the Night is said to roam.

Varick is handsome, with an attitude that’s the exact opposite. The servants aren’t human, and the castle itself is an ugly wreck. But if Rosen cannot solve the dark secret spreading beneath Freudendorf, and the curse holding Varick’s cold heart, then both they and the town will fall prey to a waiting evil—and worse, even lose their memory of it.

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About E.E. Rawls

E.E. Rawls is the product of a traveling family, who even lived in Italy for 6 years. She loves exploring the unknown, whether it be in a forest, inside a forgotten castle, or within the pages of a book.

She runs on coffee, cuddly cats and the beauty of nature to keep the story wheels of her mind running, as she writes tales that will both entertain and inspire others, giving them worlds they can explore and become lost within.


Thanks, E.E. for letting me share about your latest release. I hope it’s a smashing success!

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