Self Preservation

Davis is a Historic Preservationist who’s stuck in the past. It’s been six years since his steamy four year relationship with stage actor Jack Monroe ended and Davis still can’t imagine his life with anyone other than Jack, the only man he’s ever loved.

When Jack calls and invites Davis to his wedding to Tadd Austin, a prominent architect in Chicago, Davis is stunned. There’s no way in hell Davis can stand by and watch the life he always expected to get back slip away to some guy Jack barely knows. Tadd Austin, indeed…more like Toad Ass-ton, Davis thinks. He’s going to the wedding with only one goal in mind. To do whatever it takes to win back Jack…the Toad is toast!

Jack is stuck between the possibilities of what could be with Tadd and the passionate past he had with Davis. In the short amount of time Tadd has known Jack, he’s fallen hard. He’s willing to do whatever it takes to keep from losing the new love in his life.

Alex Parker is a wealthy British playboy who’s always had a different guy on his arm and in his bed. He’s never been one for convention and is a bit taken back when he stumbles across Davis. He’d like nothing better than to knock Jack out of Davis’s head once and for all.

Only true love will survive as the tug of war ensues in this Bermuda love triangle from hell.


One thought on “Self Preservation

  1. mantasticfiction January 9, 2010 / 12:03 am

    This is the 1st novel I read by Ethan Day and it was not at all what I originally expected. As crazy, petty scheme’s go, Davis sure picked a whopper and keeps recruiting people to help his cause. I found it refreshing that he doesn’t even really pretend to hide it.

    But as the story goes along, and the cast of characters keep growing, I found myself not knowing how I wanted it to end. It really could have gone either way all the way up until everything is finally revealed within the last chapter or two.

    Very well done!

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