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Maybe it all depends on where we are and who we are at the time. Gah, now I sound like Victor. Victor was But he was very insightful, especially on his thoughts about love. Does one mistake or kiss change how you feel about someone? I really wanted for Victor to grow up and just be there for Jace. I wanted for them to have a future. Jace loved Victor Unfortunately Victor is not a forever sort of guy.

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Jace wanted it all, the marriage, the family, commitment, to be loved forever, and Victor was not the guy to give him everything he needed. Then he found Ben. In Summer it looked as though Jace was everything Ben needed in his life. Jace was the one who saved Ben. But Jace needed saving just as much as Ben did. They were perfect for each other.

So, yeah, Jace forgave Ben for his mistakes. Ben and Jace both loved two men in their lives. Neither stopped loving their first, nor did they stop loving each other. So, in the end, Jace got everything he wanted in life with Ben. He got the marriage, the family, and the commitment. He found someone to love him forever. View all 32 comments.


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Aug 26, Jerry rated it it was amazing Shelves: coming-out , contemporary , commitment , true-love , to-re-read , gay-teenage , recommended , favorites , young-love , gay-working-class. I did not have a strong desire to read this book. It is the third in the author's series about the same characters.

I thought, what more does he have to say?

This book turned my head around. I loved it more than the first two. Jace was so real to me. My heart bled for him thru all his life altering situations. Loved Greg, especially because he remained true all through Jace's life and its nice to have a heterosexual friend who is truly your best friend. Victor was kind of an enigma. I wante I did not have a strong desire to read this book. I wanted to love him and wanted he and Jace to work out but had issues with his inability to commit. Ben was good, but different when seen from Jace's perspective and Tim was an unbelievable jerk.

I had problems with him in both Summer and Winter. The ending, even though you know what happens was still gut wrenching, noble, touching and loving all at the same time.

Somehow thru the sadness I was able to get closure on Jace and Ben and cherish what they had together. It makes me want to race home to my husband, cherish him and never take him for granted. Autumn is so well written into the fabric created in Summer and Winter that I am forced to go back and re read them immediately.

Well done Jay! View all 9 comments. Sidebar before the review: After reading this book in two sittings, I can say I am completely hooked - not only on the cast of characters in this series which are immediately memorable, but also each in his own way, friends you can wait to catch up with - a credit to the author's loving touch , but also in how each pulls you in - not by dragging you into it, but by careful peeling away of themselves until you are left with their core.

That the author included a personal note at the end to under Sidebar before the review: After reading this book in two sittings, I can say I am completely hooked - not only on the cast of characters in this series which are immediately memorable, but also each in his own way, friends you can wait to catch up with - a credit to the author's loving touch , but also in how each pulls you in - not by dragging you into it, but by careful peeling away of themselves until you are left with their core.

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That the author included a personal note at the end to underscore one of the prominent theme's in the book cemented Jay Bell as a go-to author who I could implicitly trust with whatever he chooses to share with his readers. A trust that, while publicly shared, seemed immediately private and a very open way to connect with his audience.

A trust that, for me, I think is as unbroken as the love between Jace and Ben. Now onto the work itself: First off, I was thrilled beyond belief that Jay chose to give Jace his own story.

I was connected to this character, his nobility so refreshing from the over the top crowd of sex starved twinks, daddies and whores in the making of so many in the genre - not that I am judging that to be bad, but Jace is in a class by himself and the careful wisdom from the first time he entered in ' Winter,' I was clamoring for more from him. I am glad to say that Bell didn't disappoint in the least. Jace's tale was well worth the wait. From the onset I could connect with how he saw his world, how fiercely he defined love and what he would do to hold onto it.

Small sidebar; I gotta say that Greg and Michelle were my favorite minor characters, Michelle for a mouth that could give my own sister a run for her money, and Greg because dammit, every straight guy should have a gay pal they can connect with - I think it made Greg far stronger in the long run as a heterosexual male.

It was lovely to have Jace's thoughts to the part of the story where the trio's lives intersected. Again, under Jay's brilliant hand, he only deepened our understanding of these beloved characters, which made the inevitable conclusion that much more satisfying when it came. I am happy for Ben that he found someone like Jace with which to balance Tim out in the long run. I loved that for Jace, in the end, he left us with the firm knowledge that he didn't pass alone, unloved and unneeded. His sacrifice to leave on top with Ben was heart wrenchingly played out and deeply moving.

Made me love his character even more. A brilliant, brilliant addition to the series. So all in all, my advice is: if you love this series and who the hell wouldn't - what's not there to love? A ravenous read for me. If you are a fan, this one will not disappoint in the slightest.

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Now I am left with two main questions: 1 I want to know how Jace's death affected Greg and Michelle - I mean, I am well aware how close they were and how things like this hit them, but a little part of me was selfish enough to know that Greg and Michelle were able to process and move forward. Did they still keep in contact with Ben after? Or did that fade with time? I love a good mystery but dammit, now that I am done with the series thus far it'll be rolling around in the back of my head trying to suss it out.

But that's a very good thing apologies to Martha Stewart. While I loved the two prior books, I have to say Jace's story is my favorite of the series thus far and I am not saying that because it is the newest in the series - it is because one of my absolute favorite characters came to the fore and opened his heart to us. I was the richer for it. Thanks Jay! Can't wait til it's Spring Okay, I'll admit it. I was an asshole. When I first read book 1, 'Something Like Summer', I really loathed the restrained, two-dimensional Jace in that book. Ben was supposed to be with Tim. Then I read book 3, 'Something About Autumn', and felt like a complete dick.

This book takes you through all of Jace's backstory and was truly a journey, not simply another story. The trilogy definitely challenges your emotions to come to terms with three amazing main characters Okay, I'll admit it. The trilogy definitely challenges your emotions to come to terms with three amazing main characters, two deeply in love with the third, trying to discover themselves and love.

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And with math like that, there isn't always a happily ever after. At least not when they or the reader would like it. I highly recommend all 3 books. View all 12 comments. Shelves: lgbt , cute-love , ya , coming-of-age. What a lovely book. Three months ago I've read Something like Summer and ended up with a raging fury and a broken heart.

If I were to compare the two books, Something like Summer was like a storm, while Something like Autumn was like a single violin playing in the moonlight. Just like Jace's personality. He was always my favorite.


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TeamJace Forever. View all 11 comments. May 30, Albert rated it it was amazing Shelves: gay. With tears in my eyes I read the last three words and finished this book.