Over the past eight months, aspiring author Boone Daniels has seen his entire life turned upside down and inside out. Having survived a recent auto-accident and an impromptu proposal of marriage from his one-night-stand-turned-boyfriend, Wade Walker, Boone has finally moved to Summit City to begin a whole new chapter.
Having adapted to several big life-changes within a relatively short window of time, Boone has embraced the idea of spending the rest of his ‘forever’ with the man he loves. However, he quickly recognizes that it takes more than finding true love and relocating to make a house feel like a home.
As Boone and Wade merge their separate lives into a life in union, they’ll struggle to strike a balance between ‘the me’ and ‘the we’. With patience and perseverance, they’ll eventually say their I Do’s and get that happily-ever-after…after all.
Christelle's rating :
Last part of the Summit City series written by Ethan Day. (I was dumbfounded when I learned about his departure while reading. He left the readers with great works but surely with a great void for his family and friends).
It picks right where we were left in Life in Fusion. In Sno Ho/Life in Fusion, we got the encounter, then, in Life in Fusion, we got the development of Boone and Wade’s relationship and now, it’s the last step towards an awaited HEA for these 2 guys that could look like opposites but who compliments each other so nicely and funnily.
Once again, Ethan Day doesn’t disappoint : enticing characters, whether it’s Boone and Wade or all the supporting cast, banter and sarcasm at galore, hotness, friendship, and, in this last part, a nice touch of tenderness. The pace is once again on par with me, giving a sense of comedy and of realism at the same time.
What a fun, entertaining and sexy read this series has been, from the start until the end.
An ARC of Life in Union was generously provided by the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
** Please note: We received this book as an ARC prior to Ethan's tragic passing. While we don't know whether the book will remain published, we decided that we would post the review in tribute to Ethan. **
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