Something Like Forever
Book 9, Something Like...
This book can be downloaded and read in Apple Books on your Mac or iOS device.
Love, like everything in the universe, cannot be destroyed. But over time it can change.
The hot Texas nights were lonely for Ben before he met Tim Wyman, the man he would one day marry. Now, twenty years later, everything is perfect. Isn’t it? As Ben struggles with guiding his adopted son toward happiness, he begins to question his own path in life. Tim is little help, pulled away by artistic success and faced with temptation, but true love should be able to overcome such obstacles… if only their struggles ended there.
Something Like Forever is a love story spanning a lifetime and beyond as two men discover what it means to be friends, lovers, and so much more.
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
The epic conclusion to the Something Like series does not fall short at all. I could not stop reading until the book was finished. And let me tell you I was a crying baby when I was done reading it. Tim, Jace, and Ben are characters I hold near and dear to my heart. And with Something Like Forever gives these characters an amazing send off! Please read this book and finish what was started with Something Like Summer. You will truly regret it if you don’t read it.
Something Like… EVERYTHING!
It’s hard to believe that this series is over, but we got a chance to live in the shadows of Ben and Tim and Jace and their community of friends and family. Each of us may have experienced something like their lives, but what Jay brought to their stories was unconditional LOVE and made me believe that I am worthy of the same! I’m 54 years old and crying like a baby... but with that same joy that Ben felt! Thank you for this, Jay!