Life in Fusion
Publish date: November 30th 2010
Publisher: MLR Press, LLC
Pages no: 252
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Contemporary Romance
, Sports And Games
, M M Romance
, M M Contemporary
Series: Sno Ho (#2)
Well, what can I say? I just had to pick it up. Even after the issues I had with the first book, Sno Ho, it just couldn't not follow up on how Boone and Wade were doing after their holiday fling ended. And I am glad I did. For one, I felt like it was all a little more settled, a little slo...
Have you ever been embarrassed for loving a book? Not for loving any book, but for loving a certain book? I mean, I enjoy lots and lots of generic, simple, sticky sweet, unbelievable types of books. I do. Still...I have NO idea how this happened...but this book wiggled it's way into my heart...BI...
Not quite as good as the first but I still had fun with Boone. He was as snarky and sarcastic as ever. Nothing really turned me off, but I think this book could have been cut to about half it's length. There wasn't really anything new or exciting going on. I loved Boone and the journey he took with ...
3.5As deliciously snarky as the first book. Boone is definitely a character that I love. This addresses what happens after the HEA, uprooting your life and upsetting your friends when you find love and find yourself leaving parts of your old life behind. I really felt for Gabe, a lot. The friendship...
Day makes me laugh like few other authors can which I think is kinda weird because I'm not usually a fan of absurdity, but I can't help myself.This is an amusing story of love, doubts, and friendship. Sweet and irreverent, I laughed at things that I would probably disavowing to in polite company, b...
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