They Called Him Nightmare



They Called Him Nightmare Free Author Deja Black Instaposter.us 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 Reluctance To Surrender Himself To Alec S Power With Both Men Harboring Supernatural Secrets, Finding Common Ground Won T Come Without Sacrifice A Story From The Dreamspinner Press 2016 Daily Dose Package A Walk On The Wild SideThey Called Him Nightmare

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  • ebook
  • 26 pages
  • They Called Him Nightmare
  • Deja Black
  • English
  • 26 July 2017
  • 1634775023

10 thoughts on “They Called Him Nightmare

  1. says:

    4.5 Hearts Tell me what you wanted because you have to know, Golden Boy, what you re getting here What I m giving you is like nothing you ve ever had Once you ve had this, you re done I m branding you, going make you, your ass, mine Where to begin This itty bitty story about a boy who hurts and tries to keep it in packed a punch The ideas were great, the way it s told is dark and quirky It relied heavily on the ideas and I reveled in them S...

  2. says:

    Vamps and shifters just go together, don t they Ordinarily they re begrudging allies against a common foe, but here Alec and Kai are seemingly fated mates I like that mucking with traditional roles and Black not only broke the chains of interspecies but made this an interracial relationship as well In the deep South Alec and Kai are in high school when we meet them and Alec s a bit of gluttonous vampire He s compelled and fed on one too many, so he and his keepers are forced to move But he Vamps and shifters just go together, don t they Ordinarily they re begrudging allies against a common foe, but here Alec and Kai are seemingly fated mates I like that mucking with traditional roles and Black not only broke the chains of interspecies but made this an interracial relationship as well In the deep South Alec and Kai are in high school when we meet them and Alec s a bit of gluttonous vampire He s compelled and fed on one too many, so he and his keepers are forced to move But he never forgets the boy who burned so bright To me, he was everything I wanted To me, he was beautiful I needed to run my fingers along his skin, to cherish him In the heat of the blazing sun, I wanted to taste his...

  3. says:

    Is it just me who loves to read the stories of the things that go bump in the night I grew up reading Alfred Hitchcock, Edgar Allen Poe, and Stephen King, to name a few I ve always been fascinated by all things paranormal but the darker, the grittier, theintense, has always held my attention for longer Dreamspinner Press s Daily Dose package this year focuses on shifters and there s been some dark and definitely some light They Called Him Nightmare was everything I wanted it to be.Al Is it just me who loves to read the stories of the things that go bump in the night I grew up reading Alfr...

  4. says:

    Wow This is a short story that felt a lot longer than its number of pages made me think it would be The world created here is fantastic and different from other paranormal situations I have read about The main characters, Alec and Kai, are intriguing, unusual, and not at all who they seem to be at first glance The plot held me in suspense, and the emotions overwhelmed me in a good way.Kai is despised, feared...

  5. says:

    2.65 stars rounded upPoetically mysterious It didn t hit all the right things just yet for me But I guess I have gave kudos for the idea Which was why I still rounded it up to 3 stars

  6. says:

    Book They Called Him Nightmare A Walk on the Wild Side Author Deja BlackStar rating No of Pages 26Cover GorgeousPOV 1st person, dual POVWould I read it again Heck yes Genre LGBT, Romance, Shapeshifter, Supernatural, POC, Inter Racial, Vampire I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK, BY THE AUTHOR, IN RETURN FOR AN HONEST REVIEW Reviewed for Divine MagazineWow I m not even sure what to say This one just left me totallyspeechless.A rollercoaster of emotion, had me crying a few times Book They Called Him Nightmare A Walk on the Wild Side Author Deja BlackStar rating No of Pages 26Cover GorgeousPOV 1st person, dual POVWould I read it again Heck yes Genre LGBT, Romance, Shapeshifter, Supernatural, POC, Inter Racial, Vampire I WAS GIVEN THIS BOOK, BY THE AUTHOR...

  7. says:

    I love short stories because they are perfect when you want to read something but want the satisfaction of the conclusion fairly quickly They Called Him Nightmare was filled with fantasy and romance that is thrust upon you joyfully Kai is special, gifted, different Because of that people make fun of him call him nightmare because of his appearance No one likes him aside from his Mama Except Alec Alec knows different, he IS different And he s also Kai s true mate This may have been a sho I love short stories because they are perfect when you want to read ...

  8. says:

    Read as part of the Boy Meets Boy Review Shifter Sunday Funday for Dreamspinner 2016 Daily Dose A Walk on the Wild Side Anthology 4 HeartsThis story was intense I was not expecting that level of intensity from such a short story Kai just wants to be left alone to live his life in solitude, taking care of his mother, and brooding about life.Alec sees this boy in the halls at his high school, that they call Nightmare, and he cannot get him out of his mind They connect on a soul deep level, but Read as part of the Boy Meets Boy Review Shifter Sunday Funday for Dreamspinner 2016 Daily Dose A Walk on the Wild Side Anthology 4 HeartsThis story was intense I was not expecting that level of intensity from such a short story Kai just wants to be left alone to live his life in solitude, taking care of his mother, and brooding about life.Alec sees this boy in the halls at his high school, that they c...

  9. says:

    ARC provided by the publisher through Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words in exchange for an impartial review From the 2016 Daily Dose package A Walk on the Wild Side This short story is my first from this author, and I was pleasantly surprised by the story It opens with high school student Alec assessing all the others in his class for who will taste the best A young vampire, he has the ability to put people in thrall, so they have no idea he has had sex with them and drunk their blood But ARC provided by the publisher through Scattered Thoughts and Rogue Words in exchange for an impartial review From the 2016 Daily Dose package A Walk on the Wild Side This short story is my first from this author, and I was pleasantly surprised by the story It opens with high school student Alec assessing all the others in his class for who will taste the best A young vampire, he has the ability to put people in thrall, so they have no idea he has had sex with them and drunk their blood But when the young man nicknamed Nightmare is around, Alec loses his ability to think straight He s attracted to the boy whose real name is Kai, and when he reaches out and touches him, sparks literally fly Both recoil from the shock, but Alec wantsand Kai, wanting nothing to do with Alec, disappears shortly after the encounter Flash forward ten years and Alec has finally found the location where Kai has been hiding from him all t...

  10. says:

    Unfortunately, the idea of this story was much better than the execution The story begins with the two main characters in high school and after a few chapters it skips forward by ten years.Considering the short length of this story those first few chapters of the boys first meeting seem rather a waste of words I think the story would have benefitted from the two men meeting as adults and for Alec to actively pursue a reluctant Kai, as the blurb suggests There was no reason I could see to kee Unfortunately, the idea of this story was much better than the execution The story begins with the two main characters in high school and after a few chapters it skips forward by ten years.Considering the short length of this story those first few chapters of the boys first meeting seem rather a waste of words I think the story would have benefitted from the two men meeting as adults...

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