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.
So this picks up right when the plane lands and the taxi is dropping Boone off at his home. Just hours after leaving Wade.
During this tale we get the inner workings of the Wade/Boone relationship and all the players that will or won’t make it work. We also get the people in Wade and Boone’s life who are important to them and we even get best friends acting like brats (with reason) and twins pulling out some amazing cheesy stunts because they are cute and twins. And those are just the grown ups.
We are back with sassy banter, the indecision, but we also have growth, development and love.
Even though Boone and Wade are the focus everyone is a major part of this story, it’s one that you have to pay attention to, the banter, the one liners or you’ll not understand something later on.
I get that we have to cover this six month period but I did find the whole story a little long winded, and probably could have been wrapped up sooner. Maybe leaving out the Buck stories. I was never a fan of stories inside stores. However the ending was spot on!