Autumn Changes

Autumn Changes

by B.G. Thomas

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Seasons of Love: Book Three

Asher Eisenberg is a brilliant actor, destined for fame and fortune. But a traumatic incident in his past has caused him to reject his Jewish heritage and hide from everyone behind walls of arrogance and selfishness, and he blurs his loneliness with a lot of sex and alcohol. When he meets Peniamina Faamausili, however, he strangely can't stop thinking about the young man.

Peni is struggling with his sexuality, the Mormonism he was raised in, and the Samoan heritage that calls to him. He longs to receive the pe'a--the traditional Samoan tattoos-- and learn more of his people's ways. He has no interest in a man like Asher, who appears to use men and put them aside and whose drinking can't help but remind him of the drunk driver who killed his father. But he can't deny his attraction to Asher and finally agrees to a date if Asher can go thirty days without a drink.

Asher is about to go on a journey that will awaken him to his friends, his past, his future, and even to love. But that awakening could well demand the sacrifice of the dream he holds most dear.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940151496766
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Publication date: 04/24/2015
Series: Seasons of Love , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 266
File size: 1 MB

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Autumn Changes 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
InkedRainbowReads More than 1 year ago
I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads. This was a story that grabbed me from the first page and held my attention throughout. I couldn't put it down. There are so many wonderful elements, from the well-crafted plot to the range of emotions. This was definitely one that hit every one of my reading sweet spots. Asher is a character who begins the story as lovably hateful. What makes him such a delight to read is that everyone around him is keenly aware of how awful he is--everyone but himself, that is. Watching him unfold and heal from his scars was funny and beautiful and heartbreaking. His admittance of his need to change left me in tears of relief and happiness. Peni, in contrast, is a gentle, honest man. What I loved was learning about Samoan culture through him and how he was able to heal from his own scars. His self-discovery is vastly different from Asher's, but it's equally wonderful sharing his triumph at finding his place among friends and celebrating his heritage. These two men enjoy a slow yet surprising journey toward each other. For me, it was exactly the right pacing for both the love story and the physical culmination of their union. Everything about it left me wanting more. Although this is part of a series, it was easy to enjoy it as a stand-alone. I'm so glad I took a chance and picked this one up. ~Amy
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Love all 3 of the books. Fastest read for me ever. You get to know the characters and you are finding yourself rooting for them. I do agree with person that wrote first review. When I met Asher character at first he was such a jerk. But people are like onions, complex with many layers. and often make you cry. I love How B.G Thomas Takes time to develop the characters, you  have a feeling you know them well by the end of the book. Great JOB B.G Thomas, Looking forward to book #4
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another fantastic, deeply emotional book from author BG Thomas. In previous books we were introduced to Asher and I must admit, he wasn't always the most likeable character. I knew Thomas was perfectly capable of taking a very flawed character and making the reader fall in love with the character and his story. Thomas certainly did that in spades. Peni is a character you love from the get go and watching these two dance around each other and form a friendship and slow courtship was a joy to read. The cultural references were very interesting. You will learn a lot about Samoan culture. I felt the religious and historical aspects of the characters lives and cultures were treated very well. You should most definitely read this series in order. This is not a standalone.