- Book Title: Sno Ho and Life in Fusion
- Book Series: Summit City #1 and #2
- Author: Ethan Day
- Publisher: SelfPub (October 30, 2015)
- Book Length: Sno Ho, 98 pages/Life in Fusion, 270 pages
- Genre: Contemporary, Romance, Comedy, Erotic
- Reviewed by: Scott
- Rating: 5 Star
- Posting Date: January 11, 2015
I’m reviewing 2 books in a single review. Life in Fusion finishes up the story that started in Sno Ho, for me it just made sense to do it this way because reading both books together they actually read as a single novel. You should also look at just purchasing the combined set, Sno Ho ends in a bit of a cliffhanger so you will want to get right into Life in Fusion.
These books are what movies are made of, the characters are hot, it has a great balance of comedy, it has some colorful secondary characters, it carries enough angst to keep you guessing and the story line is really cute.
Boone doesn’t realize he is dating a ‘star’, an Olympic Gold Medalist and the son of an entire town. Not much pressure there. However Boone has it in his head that it is just a short lived affair and he’ll be off to Arizona to put his life back together after getting dumped by his now ex-boyfriend. For now he is going to enjoy himself in the company of Wade.
These are get hooked books, the author draws you right into the story, his characters are well rounded and well defined, even the town of Summit City acts as a character and it’s easy to see yourself wandering the streets and slopes. Wade is a smart ass with an immense comedic repertoire that he mixes with his romantic intentions, it is both endearing and sexy at the same time, it definitely left a smile on the face of this reader. Boone tries his best to thwart any long term relationship with Wade but his resolve slowly get whittled away by the insistent Wade.
This was an easy 5 star for me, I wanted more, I was so wrapped up in these characters and their story that I didn’t want it to end. Ethan did such a splendid jobs with these books and this story, so if you want a Romantic Comedy to snuggle up with I highly recommend sidling up with Sno Ho and Life in Fusion.
Sno Ho – Boone Daniels seems to have trouble finishing things. Along with the half dozen or so novels he’s started, only to abandon mid-way through, his love life could be best described as a series of drive-bys.
Boone has spent the past week staying at a ski lodge in the tiny mountain town of Summit City. He’s been using his time alone to write while waiting for his boyfriend to join him for their anniversary.
What happens to Boone when he winds up dumped on the eve of his one-year anniversary and ends up at a bar having one too many cocktails? Wade Walker.
Life in Fusion – Aspiring author, Boone Daniels, always figured love would be as easy as he was. Fresh off a 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.
I’m currently single, but always looking for that special someone that makes my heart skip a beat as well as being able to put up with neurotic litte ‘ole me. The worst thing about being a romance writer is finding a real-life hottie who can live up to the fantasy I create in my head and subsequently thrust upon him before actually getting to know him. I can hear you getting all judgie, it’s an occupational hazard! To all my past and future boyfriends, my sincerest apologies, I can’t help myself!