Small is Beautiful

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Judy Compton, five foot one chemistry major, wants to catch the eye of Brad Whitherspoon, the towering six foot five basketball player. Is her small stature a problem? What about the Platinum Girl of the marching band? She has the perfect figure, but can Brad recognize that the best things come in small packages?

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Words: 2,990
Language: English
ISBN: 9781458089373
About Larry Hammersley

I am married, have two children and five grandchildren. I graduated from Purdue University in Jan. 1961 with a BS degree in chemistry and from Indiana University in Jan. 1975 with an MS degree in chemistry. I retired as a civil service chemist in Sept. 1999. I've been writing science fiction (SF) since 1975 and more recently romance of the sweet variety. I have five ebooks out at The Wild Rose Press and one ebook out at Red Rose Publishing. I've been submitting my SF short stories and romance short stories. I have written five novels but have been unable to gain representation of any of them. My most recent romance novel takes the characters Leroy and Jody from my ebook Lab Partners and cast them into modern times.

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Review by: Linda Weaver Clarke on Aug. 21, 2013 :
Small is Beautiful is such a delightful short story. You always hear that opposites attract. Well, Judy and Brad are complete opposites. She is quiet and reserved while Brad is outgoing. She is very intelligent and he is struggling a bit and needs a tutor. Brad is six foot five and Judy is five foot one. I had to smile inwardly because this story reminds me of my nephew who is over one foot taller than than his wife…the top of her head actually comes to his shoulder. Was this story believable? Absolutely. This sweet story was fun to read.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Laurean Brooks on Dec. 03, 2010 :
I enjoyed this tender romance between Brad, the basketball player and Judy, the petite chemistry major. The way Brad took up for Judy made me long for a simpler time when men were Kights in shining armor who rescued their damsels in distress, and cherished them.

The chemistry between Brad and Judy is real enough to be felt. Mr. Hammersley has a gift for vivid description, whether it's a scene or the character's facial expression or his/her stance. I look forward to reading more of this talented writer's work.
(reviewed 2 days after purchase)

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