Monday, July 25, 2022

Book Blast for Complicating Roy by Megan Slayer (GIVEAWAY)…….

Small town living brings big complications for the burgeoning relationship between a star and an artist in this sensual, yet charming, m/m romance.  Keep reading to get a tempting taste of Complicating Roy by Megan Slayer, then learn even more about this book by visiting the other sites hosting this tour.  In honor of this second installment in the Love Me Do series fill out the form below for the chance to win a necklace and bracelet handcrafted by Ms. Slayer too!

Complication doesn’t always have to be a bad thing.
Duke Charles needs a break. He’s tired of life on the road and never having a place to settle down. He decides to head to Norville for a rest in his childhood home. Once there, he realizes his life isn’t quite so relaxed—he’s not only inherited the house, but a cat to go with it. When his friend from high school sends him on a date, he finds out how complicated life can a good way.
Roy Mars likes his life as an artist. He paints, sells work and takes his cat, Raphael, for walks through Norville. He channels his emotions into his art...until he goes on a date and meets Duke. His uncomplicated life gets thrown into chaos, not least because Duke has rabid fans who insist on knowing every detail of his life.
Can Roy handle a little complication in the form of Duke, or will he quit before he finds his forever?


“Why don’t you get a boyfriend? Let him film you. I know a guy who’d be perfect for you,” Erik said. “He’s quiet, sweet, and loves the law. His name is Francis and you’d love him. Francis and Roy has a good ring to it.”
He loved his brother, but this pushiness annoyed him. “I’m good. I don’t need to be introduced to anyone.” Besides, he’d met Francis and wasn’t a fan.
“You’ll like him.”
“I’m fine.” How many times did he have to say that?
“You need to stop being picky,” Erik said. “You’ll price yourself out of the market and be lonely.”
“So? There’s nothing wrong with being picky. It means I know what I want and won’t settle for less.” He stopped pacing. “I need to go. I want to take Raphael home before I go to Dye Hard Style. I’m supposed to show work at Crush Gallery tonight and want to look my best.”
“You can’t take Raphael there? James won’t mind.” “Maybe not, but Raphael would rather go home.”
“If you’re seen out walking Raphael, maybe you’ll attract a man who will love you and can stand your cat. If he doesn’t know you have a pet, with your luck, you’ll meet a guy who hates cats. Then where will you be?”
“Besides confused by your statement?” He pinched the bridge of his nose, then began to clean up the studio. “Love me, love my cat. No budging. Speaking of not budging, the mayor still wants that painting? I’ll leave it by the door for you to pick up. You can deliver it to him since he likes you more. I need to go, okay? I made the appointment for five and it’s a quarter after four.”
“Is it because James has a dog? I hear he got a dog.”
“Which is why I’m taking Raphael home—another reason why. I need to go. Is there anything else?”
“Nope. Have fun. I’ll get the painting to the mayor, but you need to do something interesting and put it online,” Erik said. “Film yourself.”
“Right.” He hung up on his brother. Why did Erik have to be such a pain in the ass? He affixed the walking harness and leash onto Raphael after he finished putting his brushes away. Once he tucked his keys, wallet and phone in his pockets, he turned off the lights and locked up. He headed down to the street.
People seemed to like watching him walk Raphael. How many people walked their cat? Not many.
He and Raphael crossed Memorial Park to his apartment. He took Raphael inside and ensured his water was fresh. He filled Raphael’s bowl with kibble. If Raphael wasn’t happy, then neither was he.
“Are you good?” He took the harness and leash off Raphael. “I’ll be back, okay? I’m getting a freshen up.”
He watched Raphael eat. “You’re a good boy. I wish I could find the human that liked me in the same way. Then I’d get Erik off my back and I might not be so lonely.”


Megan Slayer, aka Wendi Zwaduk, is a multi-published, award-winning author of more than one-hundred short stories and novels. She’s been writing since 2008 and published since 2009. Her stories range from the contemporary and paranormal to LGBTQ and white hot themes. No matter what the length, her works are always hot, but with a lot of heart. She enjoys giving her characters a second chance at love, no matter what the form. She’s been nominated at the LRC for Best Author, Best Contemporary, Best Ménage, Best BDSM and Best Anthology. Her books have made it to the bestseller lists on
When she’s not writing, Megan spends time with her husband and son as well as three dogs and three cats. She enjoys art, music and racing, but football is her sport of choice. She’s an active member of the Friends of the Keystone-LaGrange Public library. Find out more about Megan and Wendi HERE.


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  1. Thanks for having me here today! I'm so glad to be here! Readers: What's your favorite thing about book series?

    1. It's always a great day when I get to share your books with readers! And this one sounds like yet another winner, sweet and sexy!

      As to series, I love seeing characters and couples evolve. I'm drawn to the sense of family this engenders and it keeps me coming back for more.

      The Scarf Princess

    2. Thank you so much. I do love seeing the characters come back and how they grow, too. Makes me come back for more, too.