The story unfolded very well, though I had figured out that detail about Jonah's mother fairly early on.
When Jonah and Zev finally tied.
I think Charlie David was a great narrator
Zev, he is the ultimate Alpha
I've never really given stories like this a chance which I don't understand why. I love to watch these type of shows, but when it comes to books, I never give them a shot. I was surprised because I was completely invested in the characters and the story.
Ben and Tim! Lol, I loved the plot of the story and that it introduced us to a completely new story in the series as well as expanded on Ben and Tim's story.
Ryan shooting Tim. At first, I felt like it was unnecessary to reintroduce Ryan into the series. But, I understood that he was a catalyst for Jason realizing his feelings for Ben and Tim. I thought that Cesar was going to be the Paramedic that came to the scene to take Tim to the hospital, but that wasn't the case.
Kevin has been consistent throughout the series.
I would've named this book Something Like Home. Yea, I know it's cliche but, Jason was always sort of in search of a family and home and he finally found that towards the end.
Throughout Spring, there was a feeling that the characters in this book sort of paralleling the characters of Summer. For instance, Jason was our Ben, Cesar was our Tim, and William was our Jace. I've always been a fan of Tim (he's my favorite character) but I did not like Cesar one bit from the beginning. Vice versa, i wasn't that much of a fan of Jace, but I loved William, especially for Jason. I feel that Jay wanted to give all of the TeamJace fans there Ben/Jace HEA even if it wasn't really them. I really enjoyed this book. It was a great way to end the series, even though I feel that there could be more to explore in Ben and Tim's new family.
Getting to hear the story from Tim's POV was the most rewarding for me. I know that it sounds weird but I connected with him from Summer and he has always been my favorite character.
It was refreshing getting to dig deeper into why Tim is the way that he is, and what actually happened during the time that he and Ben weren't actually together. Being introduced to the characters in Tim's life was also great.
I've just finished listening to Something Like Spring and of course I've heard the whole series now. Kevin keeps it pretty consistent.
I wouldn't rename the book because it fits perfectly with the series. The overall tone of this book is heavier than Summer, so Winter is perfect for Tim's story.
With the plot of this series, people usually love Ben and are either TeamTim or TeamJace. Most people usually sway towards the latter. I have always felt that Ben and Tim were meant to be together. Don't get me wrong, Jace is an absolute beautiful character but he never really did it for me. This book just brings Ben and Tim's story full circle for me. Though we get more of the story in Spring, Winter is where my heart really melts for Ben and Tim. #TeamTim
The story was for the most part very well written and developed.
My favorite character in this story was Matt. He felt very much like a regular guy to me, very personable and relateable.
I think he is one of the best Narrators that I have heard! He was very good! He gave the characters the perfect voices.
Some parts of the book made me laugh, Kiernen was funny.
This was a very good read/listen. I thoroughly enjoyed the progression of the story and relationship between the main characters. My only gripe with this story is how Abby's realization and acceptance of what happened to her came too easily and it just seemed to wrap up the story to make it a happy ending. I would love to get a sequel to this, to see the progression of Matt and Kiernen's relationship.
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