Book 3 in the Forgotten Monsters series features a nightmare who’s a little glitchy with his abilities.
He’s also trying to rule the world or something, so it’s probably good his abilities don’t work perfectly.
Ha! Man, I love it when power-mad monsters find their special someone and end up content with their lot in life.
Some totally random trivia: The names in this book actually have meaning. Cris Mara is named after Mare Crisium, the Sea of Crisis on the moon. Since, you know, nightmares come out at night and the moon rules the night sky, this grouchy nightmare got named after a celestial body. Or a crater on a celestial body. However you want to look at it.
As for Garnet…wellllll, I don’t actually remember what path I followed to link garnets to moon phases and all that, but there was a reason Cris’s special lady friend had that name. Maybe some day I’ll be able to recreate it and have a good story to tell.
Regardless, Cris and Garnet meet and clash and fall in lurve and there was a reason behind all of it!
Release Date: March 22, 2017
Genre: Monster Erotica
Cris Mara is tired of hiding his true self. This disillusioned nightmare is ready to show the humans what he can do with the abilities he’s been born with. At least he will be once he masters the skill to walk the nightmare plane at will, not just when night closes over his part of the world.
Garnet Douglas can’t stop dreaming about the man she sees in a coffee shop near her college. He’s dangerous and fascinating and his darkness calls to her in ways she can’t explain. When an unexpected encounter reveals that Garnet’s dreams aren’t as random as she thought, she has to decide whether she’s ready to believe in the world Cris is part of or if she’d rather keep her head buried in the metaphorical sand.
The world is teetering on the brink of a revelation and Cris and Garnet are only the beginning.
Warning: This book contains one surly nightmare who can’t quite keep from going off prematurely. If only he could find a lady who complemented his darkness he might be able to figure things out.