Something Like Winter
Book 3, Something Like...
This book can be downloaded and read in iBooks on your Mac or iOS device.
There are two sides to every story. When you’re Tim Wyman, sometimes there are three.
Tim hoped moving to Texas would mean a new beginning, but he soon finds himself falling into the same tired patterns. Until he meets recklessly brave Benjamin Bentley, who introduces Tim to a world of love, sex, and warmth. Certain that society won’t understand what he and Ben have together, Tim struggles to protect their relationship, even if it means twisting the truth. Buried beneath his own deceptions, Tim must claw his way to the surface in the hopes of learning to fly.
Something Like Winter, the companion novel to Something Like Summer, tells the story from Tim Wyman’s perspective, revealing new private moments and personal journeys.
The Something Like... series:
#1: Something Like Summer
#2: Something Like Autumn
#3: Something Like Winter
#4: Something Like Spring
#5: Something Like Lightning
#6: Something Like Thunder
#7: Something Like Stories – Volume One
#8: Something Like Hail
#9: Something Like Rain
#10: Something Like Stories – Volume Two
#11 Something Like Forever
Fall in love with Ben and Tim all over again after Something Like Summer. It's been my tram book on my way ti work for the past two weeks and wish I didn't have to finish reading. Look forward to the release of the movie! Great read!
If you've read something like summer like I did, I didn't hesitate to pick this one up. Mainly because I already was attached to this character in the first book, so much that he was my favourite because of his growth and lack of attention.
The sequel doesn't merely address the missing scenes, but creates an entire life for him.
Reading the impending hurt and pain you're expecting if you have already read the first book is not as masochistic as I expected; which was good for me because I always feared reaching them. I would leave my ipad somewhere while I was crying about the previous book, but curiosity tempted me back. Trust me, the different perspective is well worth it.