- File Size: 583 KB
- Print Length: 216 pages
- Publisher: Alora Kate (September 16, 2014)
- Publication Date: September 16, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00NJ3Y29K
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,501 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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I had originally learned about Alora’s books the other day during a conversation about a book cover reveal. She had done a really wonderful cover for one of my favorite authors. Through some chatting I had ventured to look at Alora’s other covers and as I discovered she was an author, she had commented at the same time that she also wrote. Well from there it was a given I had to go look. I always look for new books and especially from authors I’m not aware of. This was a win for me on all accounts. I ended up getting this book from Amazon and dove into reading it tonight. I needed something a little different from the one I had been reading earlier in the day. When I say different, polar opposites of what I was reading.
I snagged my kindle and ran away to my usual spot, snuggled under my blankets in bed. I started to read and I ended up messaging Alora and telling her what I thought already. I was two chapters in, and already I found a few things intriguing. As I continued to read, I started to love each of the characters and appreciated who they were.
From Summer and Fall starts off The Four Seasons Trilogy. I have to applaud Alora on her play on words on this right off the bat. Summer, Fall, Spring and Winter are all siblings living in a house together as they each finish off college. Summer is secretly in love with Tristan who is her brother Falls best friend. Fall isn’t in love with anyone, only looking towards the next good time. Not even he stops to see that someone does love him despite all his goals to never have love again. Hannah loves him and has since…. Well…. Forever. She’s Summer’s best friend. What happens when these clueless men finally get knocked over the head with reality and see what’s in front of them?Read more ›
I was a little she'll shocked reading this book because I was expecting a simple YA novel with the sweet storyline of the all these best friends/siblings falling for each other. However, this book was gritty, raw and dirty !!! But in a good way !!! The writing was fast paced and kept you engaged from page one. The characters were interesting and well developed. I equally adored Summer and Fall.
Your kinda thrown into the story from mid point so at first I was a little winded because I kept feeling like I was missing something. It was also a short story with a cliffhanger. It took me less than a couple hours to read it so coupled that with the fact that most of the plot happens before the story even starts your kinda in a tailspin while reading. Once you get the hang of it though the story becomes entertaining. The emotional baggage of the characters added with the hot and heavy love making made it an easy and enjoyable read.
Overall I was pleased by this novel. I will definitely be following the series to find out what happens next.
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This book was too short! There are multiple characters in this book and they were all well developed. The scenery was ok. I thought I was going to find it confusing to read about 2 couples at the same time but the author does an excellent job of keeping them separate. This story is told in multiple POV (Tristan, Summer, Hannah and Fall) as well which I think helps add to the separation. Both of the couples are lovable and enjoyable. There is not alot of backstory for any of the characters which I would have liked to have seen more of. The most we get is a little of Fall's history. Also want to see more of Chance and Chase the big bad tattooed boys. This is the first installment of the series so hopefully all of that will come out in the future.
This is not a stand alone and does have a cliffhanger. BUT the second installment is already out so go one-click that one too while you're at it.
I also don’t usually read YA ˗ I prefer my heroines to be at least mid-twenties with some experience ˗ but again that wasn’t an issue with this book. I really liked all four main characters.
Summer is saving herself for the right one, but she’s no starry-eyed Cinderella waiting for her prince. Fiercely loyal to her BFF Hannah, Summer is smart, sweet and kind, but she’s no push-over. She’s not afraid to stick up for herself or her friend, being more than capable of telling Hannah’s bitch of a room-mate where to go – and in no uncertain terms too.
The object of Summer’s affection is her brother’s best friend and football buddy, Tristan. The blonde-haired, blue-eyed Quarterback, he has plenty of girls falling from his charms, but there is more to Tristan than football and groupies. Without giving anything away, to say his revelation to Summer is unexpected is an understatement.
Summer’s brother, Fall appears to be your typical handsome f**k ‘em and chuck ‘em college jock, but again, appearances and behaviour can be deceptive.
Hannah fell in love with Fall from the first moment she saw him. If she’s going to lose her virginity to anyone it’s going to be Fall and one night she does, expecting nothing more than one night with him no matter how much it broke her heart.
Will Tristan give Summer the moon? Will Fall ever want more with Hannah than just one night?
Yeah, as if I’m going to tell you. You want to find out, go read this lovely tale of two young loves for yourself. You won’t regret it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I loved this. I like how the author used seasons as names. Very cool. I can't wait to read the rest. Very romantic.Published 2 months ago by Rachel
Siblings named after seasons? You don't meet the parents in this book, but I knew the parents had to be hippies. More on that in a later review. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Mathstang
This left me wanting more! Such a great read! The tension, suspense and sex appeal left me drooling like a teenager in anticipation.
I loved it! I wasn't sure at first, just because I'm into dark romance, but this book is cute! The characters were well developed and they each played a great role in the story. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
It's basically a porno. Couldn't even read the whole thing. too much.Published 11 months ago by Jewel Mowatt
Great read!!!! Great story!!! I really enjoyed this book!!! and i will say at the end LOL I needed to use my finger to close my mouth with Tristans confession to Summer!! Read morePublished 11 months ago by superstar
I loved this read! I loved so many things about this story but what I loved most was there was two stories being told involving Summer and Fall (brother and sister) so there was... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Christy McCurry (Radical Reads Book Blog)
What a fantastic start to this series! You get sucked into the story of Summer and Fall who are brother and sister who fall in love with each others best friends. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Samantha Menter
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