Title: Life In Fusion (Summit City Book 2)
Author: Ethan Day
Publisher: Self Published
Release Date: October 30th, 2015
Page Count: 319
Reviewed by: Kirstin
Heat Level: 4.5 flames out of 5
Rating: 4 stars out of 5
The Sno Ho Sequel
Aspiring author, Boone Daniels, always figured love would be as easy as he was. Fresh off the whirlwind winter-vacation romance with ski-god and would-be boyfriend, Wade Walker — Boone was certain that saying goodbye would be the hardest part.
He’d survived the unconventional way in which they came together, proven himself somewhat worthy to Wade’s hometown of Summit City, and felt certain the self-imposed, six month boy-buffer would prove one thing – their fate was to be forever entwined.
Once real life settles in, Boone suffers the realization that no one ever actually said love was easy and that even after you fall, you can still break. As their two worlds collide, he begins to understand that if he can navigate the landscape of life in fusion, he just might get that happily-ever-after — after all.
Life in Fusion picked up exactly where Sno Ho left off, with Boone just back from his trip to Colorado after meeting and falling in love with Wade, the gold medal skier and town golden boy.
It was interesting to me how this book really pulled me in. I’d already read about Boone and Wade meeting, falling in love, then separating with the promise of Boone moving to Colorado after six months, to ensure the relationship went beyond the physical.
And boy, this book sure didn’t skimp on the physical. And it was HOT, but it went beyond that. We still got the super snarky Boone with his whorish out there personality and his inner vulnerability. I found that the more vulnerable he was, the more I actually LIKED Wade, which was a relief, because I’d been questioning his character in Sno Ho.
This story was packed with day to day goings on, parties, work, meeting the parents, friends, accidents, exes, etc. So many different times and places that things could go wrong, yet they managed to get it all right, with an edge and a lot of fast talking from Boone.
On to the next in the series… I can’t wait!