Oh, They Called Him Nightmare? Don't know that one? Wait. Let me get the information for you. Hang on. It's around him somewhere.
Here's the picture! Cat Ford did the cover!
Tricia Kristufek is the editor! (She's magic, people. Promise!)
Here's the blurb and the buy links:
Growing up, Kai Bennu was taunted for skin dark as midnight and his otherworldly appearance. They called him Nightmare, but Alec Vasilios, a wealthy and powerful businessman, wants to call Kai his own. Kai’s past has left him with little trust in others and even more reluctance to surrender himself to Alec’s power. With both men harboring supernatural secrets, finding common ground won’t come without sacrifice.
Amazon US: goo.gl/V0rRqX
Amazon UK: https://goo.gl/16Fcgm
Dreamspinner Press: https://goo.gl/32HS1I
I've learned in this short time I've been writing to avoid certain types of reviews and to pay attention to others. Sometimes, there might be a thing or three to learn from the ones that come from reputable reviewers and ones from readers who are thorough and passionate about what they read, ones who care. I usually read reviews and celebrate a win or scan for a goal to improve. My goal now is an epilogue at the end of a short story.
The reviews on They Called Him Nightmare have been awesome, enough to let me know that I made the right choice in helping the guys in my head tell their stories.
Wait. I have a few of those, too.
This one is from A Barb The Zany Old Lady Review
Since it's the most recent one, I'm just going to copy and paste it. Why did I find it? Well, I'm trying out this new thing called Queeromance Ink https://www.queeromanceink.com/ which will help readers get to my work. It's easy to use, pretty affordable and it just might work. Also, there are quite a few authors I actually read there. So, why not?
But, here's the latest review: