*Sequel to Sno Ho*
Publisher: Manlove Romance Press
Date published: November 2010
ISBN: 978-1-60820-236-2 (Ebook)
M/M Contemporary/Romantic Comedy
Reviewed by Dawn
Obtained by Publisher
For Boone Daniels, his vacation turned out great when he met Wade Walker while at the winter lodge in Colorado. Saying good bye to this wonderful man was never as hard as when he left to go back to New Mexico. Now Boone has to figure out how to live in Summit City and to see if the relationship that started between him and Wade finally has a happily ever after.
First thing I have to mention is that I adored Sno Ho, the short novella that introduces Boone and Wade to the readers and was thrilled to see a longer book with them from one of my favorite M/M authors, Ethan Day. What you have here is pure perfection in every way. LIFE IN FUSION is funny, tender, smoking hot and all around a perfect read on a snowy afternoon. Great cast of characters, fast paced storyline and tight writing just made the book even better. With each page I was drawn into the continued romance between Boone and Wade, laughing hysterically at times at what came out of Boone’s mouth and finding some of the most wonderful secondary characters out there within the pages.
Boone is back and man, I never knew how much I missed him. His over the top antics, the way he loved Wade with a fierce abandon and his zest for life had me smiling from the first page to the last. Wade is still hot as sin and man these two characters really had a hot time together, so much so I had to go outside to cool off. The relationship evolved between Wade and Boone and we got to see how each dealt with jealousy, misunderstandings and the conviction that they are meant to be together. It was tender at times then it would flip the script and turn so scorching hot I was amazed my computer screen didn’t catch on fire. What really appealed to me were some returning and new secondary characters that gave this story such depth. We meet Boone’s parents, his friends in New Mexico and returned to visit with some of the Summit City townsfolk as well. Mr. Day does an exceptional job in creating a cast of characters that appeal to the reader on all levels. The characters grow as the story does and we see how vulnerable Wade and Boone really are as they deal with their nasty exes, well meaning family members/friends and themselves.
LIFE IN FUSION is a story full of laughs, romance, slimy exes, well meaning friends and complex emotions. It will have you laughing one minute and sighing the next. This is a fun, heart-warming tale that leaves you in the end wanting more of Boone and Wade. I just hope Mr. Day doesn’t keep us waiting long for another installment of this wonderful couple. If you are looking for a well written tale about love & laughter, then grab LIFE IN FUSION. It will brighten your day and leave you smiling in the end.
This is an objective review and not an endorsement of this book.