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The sexy and sweet coming of age romance novel that inspired a movie The hot Texas nights were lonely for Ben before his heart began beating to the rhythm of two words Tim Wyman By all appearances, Tim had the perfect body and ideal life, but when a not so accidental collision brings them together, Ben discovers that the truth is rarely so simple If winning Tim s heart was an impossible quest, keeping it would prove even harder as family, society, and emotion threaten to tear them apart Something Like Summer is a love story spanning a decade and beyond as two boys discover what it means to be friends, lovers, and sometimes even enemies Each Something Like book follows a different gay character on their quest for love Central to the plot is the troubled relationship between Ben and Tim, high school sweethearts who continue to meet at different stages of their lives, their chemistry changing with each encounter Surrounding them are a wealth of friends and enemies, each with their own story, resulting in an immersive universe filled with optimism and hope, heartbreak, and healing While the series doesn t shy away from sexual content, it also focuses deeply on emotion, promising an experience that will stay with you long after the final chapter The Something Like series Something Like Summer Something Like Autumn Something Like Winter Something Like Spring Something Like Lightning Something Like Thunder Something Like Stories Volume One Something Like Hail Something Like Rain Something Like Stories Volume Two Something Like Forever Something Like Stories Volume Three


8 thoughts on “Something Like Summer: Something Like..., Book 1 (Audio Download): Amazon.co.uk: Jay Bell, Kevin R. Free, Jay Bell: Audible Audiobooks

  1. G. Russell G. Russell says:

    It s been a long time since I ve found a book that s so compulsively readable There are certainly a few minor flaws namely a tendency to rush, through necessity, over a 12 year arc A couple of times, the author could have inserted dialogue to show rather than tell some particularly important scenes, especially in one blistering argument between two of the main characters.However, Something Like Summer is a treat of a romantic novel By telling the story from the point of view of a seriously flawed lead, in the form of temperamental and vaguely obsessive Ben, Bell manages to pull off a nuanced storyline that unashamedly puts romance at its centre.Tim was, for me, the most intriguing of Bell s characters, but the supporting friendly figure of Allison was a joy Bell also deserves points for his attention to detail and for capturing the disconcerting lunacy that comes with falling in love.A pleasure to read in the two days it took for me to devour it.


  2. Peter Nuttall Peter Nuttall says:

    Some thing about your first love that never leaves you and this story is about first love Ben Tim Ben is gay Tim straight but the story has lots of twist turns along the there life together both going there own way meeting different lovers but coming together at the very end a truly delighted book a truly great read.


  3. RichWall RichWall says:

    One of the very best reads I have had in a long time, full of wonderful characters and emotions, this story and it subsequent ones, covers almost every aspect of the human condition, love being the strongest, and it is employed with great sensitivity and observation, could be taken from true life as perhaps these stories have been, a wonderful journey for all to discover


  4. Acala Acala says:

    This story is entertaining, very well written and, ultimately, moving The characters are generally funny and complex and it is the desire to find out what happens to them that keeps the reader engaged in the story.However, there is one huge flaw in the work, namely that a lot of the snappy dialogue is lost in the second half of the book in favour of a narrative style This makes the second half of the book far less compelling and also means that the reader never really gets a real emotional sense of Jace, the third main character The result, for me, was that I didn t really care what happened to him, leaving most of the latter part of the book feeling flat Also, the major events at the end of the book, which redeem the story somewhat, are outlined in a few paragraphs, but should really have been dealt with in a less rushed way.Overall, although it is a very enjoyable read, it falls short of being great.


  5. Michael Wild Michael Wild says:

    The first half of the book is stronger, heartfelt and moving The second half is a patchwork, the various scraps only and the strength of the characters, that is so well developed in the first half, is diluted.The writers skill throughout is a bit shaky the bad framing of sentences is a particular weakness throughout the book.Not great, but nevertheless an entertaining read.


  6. Geoff Flint Geoff Flint says:

    Perhaps Something like Summer IS a little fanciful and not every young gay lad is able to creep into his boyfriend s home undetected by the sleeping parents but it makes a good read and could encourage others to value themselves as gay and o.k.Jay Bell tells the story of the developing relationship with gritty realism laced with self doubt and teenage pain Something like Summer isn t just another tale of teenage angst and sex behind the bike sheds The characters really do develop into young adults, with successes and failures in their lives as well as in their hearts Worth reading For teenagers certainly, for older readers the story makes one realise how many kids struggle to find themselves in a world which even now can be cruel and vindictive to anyone a bit different Happy ending SURE


  7. great and mind bending item great and mind bending item says:

    This is a book that has everything, from teenage love to heartbreak It covers so much about 2 people from different religions and upbringing How they meet, the list, thenll the loss Then the start of a new relationship for Ben and the years that follow, then the meetings again and the losses.Won t tell the whole story otherwise you would not read and like this novel as much as I did.Well worth reading and I hope the rest of the books are as gr8.


  8. RussGSN RussGSN says:

    I not sure I ever gave 5 stars before I just loved the book Page Turner I really looked forward to reading the next chapter It just is a brilliant read.Well written, believable characters parents not so much , tease and play excellent.If you love short charged m m reads, stretch out and read this one, you will not be dissapointed.