When some extra cash lands best friends Sean and Gavin alone in a hotel room until Christmas, they can no longer deny their feelings for each other. Even with no place to live and no job prospects, Sean is determined to not just show Gavin what a real home and holiday is like, but to keep them off the streets for good and build a future together.
"Such a beautiful, heartwarming
story. Sloan Parker has a knack for
making you feel the emotions of her
characters. They come to life on the
page. This story packs a lot into a
lissalou at All Romance eBooks
"I highly recommend it for a tug at
the heartstrings, some hope, and
Kazza K at On Top Down Under Book Reviews
"The romance between Gavin and Sean
is surprisingly tender and sweet,
given their situation. I liked that
it developed when the men could
allow themselves to relax and be
open about their feelings and the
scene where this happens was just
lovely to read. ...I’d highly
recommend Something to Believe In to
those looking for a truly
heartwarming seasonal tale."
Jenre at Brief Encounters
"Sloan Parker is an amazing writer.
Her work is beautiful and touching
and emotional. If you haven’t read
any of her books, I suggest you run
out and do so!"
Sadonna at The Armchair Reader
"With this story author Sloan Parker
proves once again why I'm such a
huge fan of her writing. This is by
far the best holiday story I've read
this season. It's only 53 pages but
it reads as a much longer story."
Janna at Rarely Dusty Books
"So sweet and romantic and
incredibly well done in such a short
Jay at Joyfully Jay
"Thanks to Sloan for bringing this
story to life, there is so much more
to it than simply a Christmas story
and it will be one of those books
that stays with me well after I’m
done reading, but I will easily read
it again as well."
Diane at Hearts on Fire Reviews
"'Something to Believe In' is a
touching, poignant love story which
reminds us not to underestimate or
assume anything when it comes to the
power of love."
Lena at Rainbow Book Reviews
"Something to Believe In was my
perfect holiday story. Sean and
Gavin each had deep emotional pain
which quickly drew me in. Through
each other they found someone they
could trust, lean on and count on. I
loved that they eventually found
redemption and acceptance together."
Andrea at Reviews by Jessewave
"Ms. Parker does a great job of
describing these two young men. You
feel their pain, you know their
desire for something more. And you
also know of Gavin’s desire to do
whatever it takes to help Sean...
It’s very powerful."
Mr P at Mrs. Condit Reads Books