The Jack and Danny Chronicles

Adult
Rated 3.80/5 based on 5 reviews
Meet Daniel Macintyre, a happy go lucky, short but beautifully proportioned romantic and intellectual action hero, at least in his own mind.

Trouble seems to follow Danny around. From computer fires to escaped arachnids he spreads chaos wherever he goes.

His partner Jack does his best to keep his madcap lover in line in this comic tale of misadventures. More

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Words: 86,990
Language: British English
ISBN: 9781452354606
About Fabian Black

Fabian Black writes gay fiction at the lighter end of the BDSM spectrum. Themes include romance, domestic discipline, domination and submission. Her stories are more than about 'kink' though, they're about love and life and feature both humour and pathos.

She also writes a comedy drama series called 'The Stardust Diaries' under the pen name Tarn Swan and is author of the hilarious and irreverent 'Jack and Danny Chronicles.'

Work In Progress 2017:

Hope House - The Long Weekend

Featuring Nat and Gordon from prequel 'out of Tune.'

Nat finds himself struggling with old demons alongside the usual trials and tribulations of life at Hope House.

POD paperbacks can be found at Createspace and on Amazon.com and Amazon.co.uk

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Reviews

Review by: crabtree on Oct. 04, 2011 :
More comedy than erotica, if you're looking for sex and hardcore fetish then forget it, but if you're looking for laughs then go for it. A very fun read that had me rotflmao. Danny, his beau, and their family and pals are a delight.
(reviewed 54 days after purchase)

Review by: B. B. on April 19, 2011 :
Off the wall, completely off the wall, I liked it. What I admire about this writer is that she isn't afraid to take chances with language, character, dialogue, she has an unusual and distinctive style which stands apart from the crowd. The Danny and Jack story won't be to everyone's taste, because it is an unconventional read on several levels, but if you're looking for something different and fun, give it a go!
(reviewed 12 days after purchase)

Review by: Sara on April 12, 2011 :
The J/D Chronicles are bit like a gay situation comedy series in book form. The characters are great and very well drawn from Danny right through to bit part characters like the 'duck boy' on the bus. This author is a good observer of people and their quirks, which she then exaggerates to comic effect.

Danny is a one man disaster area and some of his antics and internal dialogues had me giggling until my sides ached.

The book is a bit of a mischievous take on the male to male discipline scene with all the situations geared towards the brat (Danny) getting a spanking from his Top (Jack) If you don't have or don't 'get' or understand the discipline fetish, then you won't get the book. If you like well written and intelligent spanking themed literature then you might very well enjoy this book, as indeed I did. It's an entertaining read.
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)

Review by: Josie on April 07, 2011 :
Why on this earth would someone buy a book involving spankings when- "the idea of spankings in a relationship is far beyond their comprehension." ?????

It just does not make sense. The description clearly indicates the book involves spanking and domestic discipline. If spanking is not your thing, then don't buy the books with the spanking content and then damn them.

I haven't yet finished the book, but I'm enjoying it. It's good fun and has had me LOL on more than one occasion. The writing is sharp and clever and the humour very British in style, which I like. If you enjoy M/M discipline fiction that doesn't take itself too seriously then this might be suitable.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Timothy Pruett on April 07, 2011 :
I did not finish this book. The idea of 'spankings' in a relationship is just far beyond my comprehension. I quit reading a little over half way through. There was an obvious plot line in why electrical stuff kept going bonkers, but in the part I read it wasn't explored. On a whole, the relationship between the 19yr old and the older lover is so wierd it doesn't make any sense unless you are into S&M.
(reviewed 22 days after purchase)

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