Review: Life in Fusion by Ethan Day

Boone Daniels, an aspiring author, returns home to Albuquerque after spending a love filled winter vacation that turned out to be more than he expected. He met the love of life, a ski-god named Wade Walker.  Boone agreed to move in with him after a six month period to make sure all is real. Back home now, Boone is faced with the reality of moving and leaving behind everything and everyone comfortable. As their two worlds collide, Boone and Wade must find a way to fuse the two lives together.

Boone is quite the character with his running mouth and snaky outlooks. Wade is perfect for him with his possessive and loving actions. Fusing the two lies together turned out to be more challenging than the two men thought, but, then again, anything worth having is worth working for. And these two have their work cut out for them. Be sure and pick up Life in Fusion. Then you can sit back and relax and be prepared to be entertained by the words of Ethan Day. With skill and cleverness, Ethan Day shows us Life in Fusion can happen.