Love Me Tomorrow

Love Me Tomorrow

by Ethan Day

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BN ID: 2940157162177
Publisher: Ethan Day
Publication date: 03/11/2015
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 322
Sales rank: 499,008
File size: 426 KB

About the Author

I am a gay man living in Missouri…I can hear the gasps already!! How very un-chic of me, yes I know. It was here I was born and here I have stayed. The youngest of four children and the only boy, I’ve always suffered from an extravagant fantasy life. When I played with my Star Wars action figures as a child, I liked to make up my own stories. Naturally, Luke Skywalker and Han Solo were totally meant for each other, and Princess Leia made a bitchin’ wise-cracking Fag Hag.

I managed to survive high school living in a small, racist town in Southeast Missouri and emerged unscathed, realizing life was too short to pretend to be anything other than who I was. It was very Lifetime Movie Network meets After School Special, I assure you.

After several stints in college, I signed up for a Creative Writing course, choosing the class because there were no tests. For once my scholastic laziness paid off, and I found an outlet for all the fantasies running amuck inside my head. It was love at first write, and I’ve been doing it off and on ever since.

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Love Me Tomorrow 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Trio More than 1 year ago
I’ve never known Ethan Day to serve up a predictable romance, and Love Me Tomorrow is no different. In this unique and clever plot, Day explores the different facets of love, how relationships grow and change, and how it affects everyone involved. This is some messy stuff, but there’s enough humor to keep the story rolling along, and while it might have been less painful if Ethan Day had just ripped my heart out directly, this is one enjoyable story! There’s no doubt that a good portion of the credit goes to the narrator, Jason Frazier, who pulls out all the stops and delivers a stunning performance. Frazier’s skillful comedic timing enhances Ethan Day’s humorous banter, and he makes the most of this offbeatand colorful array of characters. What really made the whole experience special for me, is Jason Frazier’s portrayal of Levi, the main character. His warm and sensual voice lends itself beautifully to this heart-sore man. As Levi explores his feelings, and confronts the drama along the way, it is very intimate and I felt each emotion right along with him. My first taste of Ethan Day’s writing was reading Sno-Ho/Life in Fusion. Between the creative characters, the hilarious banter, and the smokin’ hot sex, I was completely smitten. I never dreamed that this clever, witty author could also deliver something as heart-wrenching and meaningful as Love Me Tomorrow. So, this is a quirky little love triangle. The moment Levi sees Jake he’s immediately struck by the feeling that he is “The One”. Levi is devastated to learn Jake is currently in a committed relationship with Victor. To add insult to injury, Jake clearly desires Levi and sends off all kinds of signals, tormenting poor Levi in a most cruel and unfair way. Though Levi would prefer to cut all ties, these two are forced together by circumstance, and the attraction between Levi and Jake just continues to grow. I enjoyed the anticipation of wondering how Jake and Victor were going to break up. Would it turn out Victor is a cheating jerk? Would Victor discover he is being cuckolded and toss Jake out on his ass? (That one got my vote.) I figured something big had to happen so Levi could get his happily ever after, it was never a question of if, just a question of when and how. The sooner the better for me so these two could commence with the lovemaking! Ethan Day has a way of distilling relationships to the most intimate and personal level. Who can’t identify with at least one of the following scenarios: An ill and aging parent or the totally devoted child. The rotten, cheating-ass ex lover who finds total happiness, once they move on from YOU. Meeting the perfect partner, only to find out they (or you) are unavailable. Stuck in a relationship, realizing you just don’t want the same things anymore, and (yikes!) watching your partner be attracted to someone else… yeah, that happens. Ethan Day includes some lovely and poignant reflections in Love Me Tomorrow. My favorite, as Levi ponders his discovery that Jake is in a relationship, he comes up with this theory (and I’m going to paraphrase). If there is one perfect person out there for each of us, what happens if you don’t meet at the right time? If either of you aren’t available, if you didn’t wait for each other, then you’re both screwed. It’s scary how true, and depressing, that notion is. I can’t remember when I’ve become so quickly invested in a character as I was with Levi Goode. Ethan Day explores every bit of him, hiding
AGoodell More than 1 year ago
This is another one those authors I’ve been meaning to read but never have, so when his book came up I jumped. And I’m so glad I did. What an amazing word smith Mr. Day is! The insta chemistry between these two, Jake and Levi is amazing. But since Jake is in a committed relationship (see how I didn’t say loving) they do not acted on it. But the under current and of course the friendship that they build over the weeks and months is wonderful. Until it finally comes to a head and everyone sorts everything out. The secondary cast plays just as an important role and are just as fantastic. The crazy but loving mother of Levi, the standoffish parents of Jake, the sister that just wants to please everyone and of course Levi’s assistance's Angelo and Valerie. And I simply love the detailed description of all the history of not only the buildings but the area in general. But my absolute favorite part has to be the movie scene. So classic! And I will be looking every time I go to the movies.   Even though these two don’t get the HEA until the very end of the book, we do get an Epilogue that wraps everything up nicely so it doesn’t feel rushed or incomplete. I will be adding Mr. Day to my MUST buy list and looking up his back list asap. I was given a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review by Crystals many reviews