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-by’s.
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.
previously published in the anthology Melting the Slopes
For some reason I’ve only had the pleasure of reading a couple of Ethan Day’s books but each and every one has been a pleasure to read.
This quick read, but fun read is another one for the win column.
Boone is the hot mesh of an author who works part time in a medical office. Been dating a doctor for the last year, and has known subconsciously something is off but just like everything else in his life doesn’t want to fail. So when the doctor plans this trip he puts he’s fears behind and hopes in front.
Wade, is an out and proud local man who happens to be a Olympic champion. Everyone knows this, including the doctor. Everyone that is except Boone.
Wade and Boone have this classic fast sassy banter back and forth that I love and don’t see enough of. Neither one will take grief from the other, neither one wants this to end, but Boone doesn’t trust himself enough to jump.
The way the whole town is placing bets on them is classic. In fact my only issue is that I’m so into everything, I didn’t see this ending the way it did. So not cool, Mr. Day! Be warned huge cliffy!