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Life After Math (Love by the Numbers #2)

3.39  ·  Rating Details ·  31 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
Scott Williams, the brilliant math tutor is all grown up and in college. He’s anxious to move forward with his schooling and his life in general. He’s also thrilled to have lost over 50 pounds in less than a year!

His boyfriend, Jared Adamson, is also with him at the same school. They became promised over the summer and look forward to getting through college and spending
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Published (first published March 26th 2011)
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Mar 26, 2011 CAS rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
The boys are back in this much anticipated sequel to Love by the Numbers and it was without a single doubt well worth the wait. This is only the second YA book I have read and I am quite taken by the genre thanks to SL, she does it incredibly well. :)
Although Life After Math could easily stand alone I have to say that having read the first book definitely gave me a much clearer understanding of their personalities and character as well as prior knowledge of their relationship dynamics. It allow
Elisa Rolle
Even in heaven there are trouble. After falling in love in Love by the Numbers, for Scott and Jared everything seemed easy and clear, they go to college, they graduate and then they build a family together. Only that living outside the protective shield of their family (at least Scott’s family), is not so easy after all, and they are also really young, truly more teenagers than young adult. Even if they see the truth, and what they should do, they face everything like a teenager would do, with d ...more
Julie Hayes
Sep 22, 2011 Julie Hayes rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition

Scott and Jared have weathered high school, now it’s on to college! They’ve managed to sustain and nurture their relationship through some pretty serious ups and downs, and have vowed to stay together forever. But when reality comes crashing down on them, in the form of pressure from their conflicting schedules, and they discover that the college world is vastly different than what they’ve known before, they’re faced with some decisions that have the potential to tear them apart.

Life is good as
Paula Ratcliffe
Apr 20, 2011 Paula Ratcliffe rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
This was given to me by the author for an honest and fair review. This book is m/m relationships we find ourselves following Scott and Jared through their time at college and the ups and downs that follow college. Daniel and Taylor are quick to stir things up with the boys. The happy couple finds quickly that college is a time of a lot of work and when Scott ends up being pulled in many directions he finds it hard to please everyone, especially Jared. Jared suffers alot of insecurities due to ab ...more
not any better than the first in this series. more angst. more melodrama. more ridiculousness, and more immaturity- despite the characters being older, which made them more unlikeable than in the first book.
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not a well written book - had a vision of the story to be told - but not well executed
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aka Stephanie L. Danielson. I've been an avid reader since a small child. My first loves were science fiction as well as general fiction books.
Later, I began writing my own stories with a romantic flavor to them.
With influences running the gamut from romance,sci-fi, and drama, my muse was found.
In 2007 I was first published with Love Resurrected, and have since released over a dozen other books, m
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