Posted in Books, five stars, Review

Five star review for “Love by the Numbers”



Scott is an overweight brainy nerd who’s the head of the algebra class, and Jared is a muscled, buff jock who is failing algebra. Unless he picks up his grade, he won’t be able to continue playing baseball, so the teacher asks Scott to tutor Jared to improve his grades. The story proceeds very slowly. From the beginning, we know that Scott has a crush on Jared, but he thinks Jared is straight, and besides, he feels that a handsome jock like Jared wouldn’t like a fat nerd like him. But in fact, Jared does like him, and he helps Scott lose weight with diet and exercise. But there is a huge mystery in Jared’s life, involving Jared’s dad, that Jared refuses to talk about. Scott and his parents want to help Jared and his mom, but if they won’t talk about it, what can they do? A few dark moments, some angst, and then things somehow work out well.


Posted in Books, ice fairy 3, inter-racial, m2m, new books, Review

Three lovely reviews for Ice Fairy 3: Coming Together



I am over the moon with how lovely people can be with reviews 🙂  Enjoy!

Top customer reviews

Amy Dufera

May 25, 2018

Format: Kindle Edition
This is book 3 of Sam and Brett’s story. And I loved it.

There is so much about their tough times that are realistic. Sam has won an Olympic medal and is now becoming a star. Sam is definitely enjoying his new-found fame, with an agent who is very aggressive and keeping Sam busy. This takes a toll on his relationship with Brett, as cracks are formed. Sam’s new schedule of appearances is preventing him from spending much time with Brett, let alone devoting time to him while they are together. Brett can’t take much more of this treatment. He is not liking this new, prima-dona version of Sam.

During this time, they are faced with problems from Sam’s agent, as well as his dad. Their friends are both helpful and hurtful throughout this time. And they get a hot offer from their friends Ryan and Caleb.

I really enjoyed this latest installment in Sam and Brett’s story. They are a great couple who have to face very realistic challenges that have the power to separate them. I absolutely found myself wanting to slap some sense into Sam, which was sad, but it proves how well this was written. I found his attitude to be such a sudden thing, but it made sense given there was a time jump from book 2 to this book.

They fact that they don’t function well when apart is just beautiful. I absolutely adore the way they are as a couple – how they ground each other and comfort each other.

Seriously, I love this book and highly recommend it!

One person found this helpful


|Comment|Report abuse

Patricia Nelson

May 25, 2018

Format: Kindle Edition
On the surface, Sam and Brett appear to have it all. Sam is basking in his post-Olympic glory, and Brett is going to college working towards his own dreams. Underneath, major cracks are starting to form, and there are those who are more than willing to break Sam and Brett apart forever. It’s going to take a miracle, and a very unconventional proposal from friends to keep the fairytale alive. I was absolutely riveted by this fantastic, bittersweet, poignant, sexy, and emotionally charged tale. I highly recommend reading all three books in the Ice Fairy series in order.
One person found this helpful


|Comment|Report abuse


May 26, 2018

Format: Kindle Edition
Time and Olympic fame have changed the dynamic between Sam and Brett and they are close to the breaking point. Drifting apart due to time, loss of connection due to Sam’s attitude and Brett’s since of loss of their relationship is heartbreaking. They have friends that help with the best offer possible and they do find their way back to each other and to being stronger than ever.

This is a very steamy and very engaging story that will keep you reading. The writing is good and the characters are realistic and well done.

One person found this helpful
Posted in Review

Book Review: Ranch Hands by S. L. Danielson

Thank you Sid!

Sid Love

818M+29x-SL__SL1500_Reviewer: Sid Love

Warning: This review may contain spoilers.

Summary: Sid’s in serious trouble; he’s rapidly sinking into a pit of despair, with no way out. His farm is failing, his lover left him high and dry a year ago without a word, and the note on the farm is six months overdue.
Desparate times breed desparate measures. Sid is forced to do what he’d vowed he’d never do again-he takes on a live-in hired hand to help him work the land and bring it back to life. Will Roger be the answer to Sid’s problems, or will he leave Sid high and dry too?

Review: I have read works of this author before (Read Book Review: Love By The Numbers by S.L. Danielson) and I must say this is many times better than her other works. In Ranch Hands, her writing has matured and character development is…

View original post 825 more words

Posted in Review

Book Review: Love by the Numbers by S.L. Danielson

Thank you, Sid!

Sid Love


Most of the M/M novels that I have read so far have one thing in common. The main characters and their potential love interests are described with chiseled jaws, skinny build, or the abs to die for. They are the men who are described as ‘hot’ and even readers drool at the image that they get in their minds. But is it really always the perfect men that can have an equally perfect love story?

S.L. Danielson breaks this overly used formula and shows us that even an average guy can find his true love.

And that is why I believe, LBTN is not just a story of friendship and love, but the story of dreams that do come true.

7049360Scott Williams is overweight and a social outcast, while Jared Adamson is perfect. The protagonists come together when the math teacher asks Scott to…

View original post 273 more words