Thursday, November 2, 2017

Changing Colors by Elyse Springer


Tony Quinn has a knack for figuring people out. He likes labels, likes to be able to put everyone and everything in tidy boxes. As a theater director, it allows him to run a production without too much drama. But when he meets Gentry—“call me Gee”—in a bar one night, he discovers that some people aren’t so easily defined.

Gee Parnell is unlike anyone Tony has ever met before. He refuses to conform—to Tony’s expectations, or to society’s gender roles. He’s sexy and flirtatious, unapologetic and unashamed. And Tony isn’t sure he’s okay with that. So he breaks things off and escapes back into his well-ordered life.

But then an attack leaves Gee bloody and bruised, and Tony realizes that he isn’t ready to lose him. Not only is the passion between them off the charts, but Gee shows him a different way of understanding people. However, an exciting new job opportunity means that Tony has to decide between hiding his sexuality and his relationship with Gee, and his newfound appreciation for the color and beauty Gee brings to his life.

A standalone novel in the Seasons of Love universe.

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Book 4
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Reviews by the Wicked Reads Review Team

Ruthie☆☆☆☆
This is one in a series, but can be read as a standalone. I read Thaw a little while ago, so it was good to catch up with that couple at a party.

I found this to be a thoughtful and thought-provoking read. Most people have been conditioned to consider certain things to be absolutely unacceptable, and even when it is blatantly wrong, it is difficult to not react. Tony has definitely been subjected to that from childhood, and at least in his mind, it is still affecting his thinking. I felt that his mother dying when he was a child was a significant factor in that inability. It is frustrating, but actually I think it is really well written and addresses a real issue in a refreshing, even if painful, way.

Gee is a wonderful character, determined to break rules he considers to be ridiculous – and his argument is difficult to fault. And Tony is well aware of that, he just isn't sure how to sort all the strands of his life. Watching them come to terms with each other, and seeing how their passion transcended the issues, was fascinating and highly engaging.

Another excellent installment, thank you Ms. Springer.


Also Available in the Seasons of Love Series

Book 1
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For reviews & more info, check out our Whiteout post.


Book 2
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For reviews & more info, check out our Thaw post.



Elyse is an author and world-traveler, whose unique life experiences have helped to shape the stories that she wants to tell. She writes romances with LGBTQ+ characters and relationships, and believes that every person deserves a Happily Ever After. When she’s not staring futilely at her computer screen, El spends her time adding stamps to her passport, catching up on her terrifying TBR list, and learning to be a better adult.

She’s always happy to chat with other readers, and you can find her online.

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Reviewers on the Wicked Reads Review Team were provided a free copy of Changing Colors (Seasons of Love #4) by Elyse Springer to read and review.

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