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    (Hither Page Page Sommers #1) [E–book] Ñ Cat Sebastian Mash up of several subgenres the cozy English village murder mystery spy stuff historical with a pretty convincing just post WWII depressed British social scene mm romance The latter set historically has the drama threatening the relationship and raising the stakes built in by the setting relieving the need for much in the way of Stupid Misunderstandings to move the plot along always a plus The ending felt a li

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    (Hither Page Page Sommers #1) [E–book] Ñ Cat Sebastian Great start to a series I really enjoyed this story Good mystery and slow burn romance Fave uote “I don’t think you have a place to call your own” He rubbed the back of his neck “A place where you belong You could belong here”

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Cat Sebastian ½ 9 Download Download ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ½ Cat Sebastian Hither Page Page Sommers #1 Download ☆ 109 Danger of forgetting what he really is and why he's there He's in danger of feeling things he has no business feeling A person who burns his identity after every job can't set down rootsAs he starts to untangle the mess of secrets and lies that lurk behind the lace curtains of even the most peaceful seeming of villages Leo realizes that the truths he's about to uncover will affect his future and those of the man he's growing to care about. Great start to a series I really enjoyed this story Good mystery and slow burn romance Fave uote I don t think you have a place to call your own He rubbed the back of his neck A place where you belong You could belong here

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Cat Sebastian ½ 9 Download Download ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ½ Cat Sebastian Hither Page Page Sommers #1 Download ☆ 109 A jaded spy and a shell shocked country doctor team up to solve a murder in postwar EnglandJames Sommers returned from the war with his nerves in tatters All he wants is to retreat to the uiet village of his childhood and enjoy the boring predictable life of a country doctor The last thing in the world he needs is a handsome stranger who seems to be mixed up with the first violent death the village has seen in years It certainly doesn't he. Cat Sebastian Hmmm I wonder what Teal would like to read starts writing Hither PageTeal reading Hither Page Cat Sebastian how did you know Okay so that s not exactly how it went But it sure felt that wayBefore I say I have a heads up to offer about the blurb If like me you read the first sentenceA jaded spy and a shell shocked country doctor team up to solve a murder in postwar Englandand concluded that postwar shell shocked post WWI then like me you were wrong There s nothing else in the blurb that establishes the time period so it wasn t until I was underway that I learned it s actually set in 1946 So postwar here means post WWII and I have to admit it took me a while to reset my expectations and make that 25 year mental leap forwardOnce I did I was hooked I have no idea how many stories I ve read with scenes set in English villages during the first half of the 20th century but let s just agree that it s a lot Some were mysteries some weren t but what they all had in common was that the MCs were not two gay men falling in love with each other But here they are Taking that so familiar setting and making it gay made everything fresh and new for me And tweaking the mystery setup to add an espionage angle totally changed the ethical dimensions of what could otherwise have been a standard issue mysteryThose two things lead off my list of good stuff Made it gay Made it morally ambiguous The setting felt true to its time The mystery was clever and coherent Nobody was stupid Nobody ignored what was right in front of them James s PTSD as we d call it today the idiosyncratic way it manifested for him and his efforts to cope with it all felt genuineIt was dread of the next time the knowledge that he d be dealing with these recurrences for years or forever that depressed James the most He thought though that he now understood the grinding never ending cycle of trauma that could make death seem like the only option Leo s struggles after half a lifetime of assumed identities with a newly emerging sense of his real self and his knee jerk efforts to repress it were entertainingJames I want to be honest with you I want to betruthful He spoke as if he had confessed to craving some uniue perversionThere s lot of humor here and a cast full of intelligent perceptive characters I did get thrown a bit at the end when all the threads were getting tied up because there was one I was left wondering about I m not sure if it was unaddressed or if I simply missed it when it whizzed byI thought I d be giving this 5 stars almost until the very end But I m withholding the final star because I would have loved for the relationship to have been left in a state of uncertainty This is the first in a series after all let s give the relationship a series sized arc I couldn t help comparing it to the sloooooow burn in the Adrien English series I suspect Cat Sebastian s romance author instincts compelled her to leave readers with a tidy ending I prefer things messyBut still this was a treat and a delight I m so glad the author took the leap into a different historical era and I ll be waiting impatiently for Book 2 Very impatiently Cat Sebastian if you ever do happen to wonder what I would like to read the answer is the next installment of Page Sommers

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Cat Sebastian ½ 9 Download Download ñ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ½ Cat Sebastian Hither Page Page Sommers #1 Download ☆ 109 Lp that this stranger is the first person James has wanted to touch since before the warThe war may be over for the rest of the world but Leo Page is still busy doing the dirty work for one of the disreputable branches of the intelligence service When his boss orders him to cover up a murder Leo isn't expecting to be sent to a sleepy village After a week of helping old ladies wind balls of yarn and flirting with a handsome doctor Leo is in. This story set in the years after WWII is uieter than Sebastian s Regency romances bleaker yet there s an undercurrent of emotion in it that hit me just right James Sommers was a doctor in the military in WWII and after leaving the service he s still haunted by all he saw and did He retreated to the tiny village where he spent his happiest childhood moments to become a country doctor He battles what we would now call PTSD emotional resonances that can hit unexpectedly and make even simple things difficult He s gay with no illusions about himself but in this place and time that s something he s buried pretty deeply He s surviving getting on day to day sometimes ministering to those who came out of the war in even worse shape like a man renting a cottage down the way But when a local housekeeper with a history of snooping in everyone s affairs is found murdered he worries about the folk he s come to care about in the village Leo Page was recruited into a black ops type of service in his teens before the war and all he has ever known is intrigue spycraft assassination and war The murdered housekeeper worked for a man who is a person of interest to Leo s boss and he s sent to investigate what was going on and to make the problem go away so it doesn t impact his boss s case Leo has been many men many names over the years But he hasn t spent much time in Britain where rule of law ought to be in force and where he s using his real name for a change He s never really had a place he belongs Meeting a good man like Sommers and the elderly ladies and village children he cares about shakes something loose in Leo His boss s instructions didn t stop with justice and didn t shy away from assassination if expedient But can he do his job and not lose the fragile sense of belonging that he s starting to feel The mystery is fun and plausible beyond one obvious clue that was missed The characters are uniue but not caricatures There s a strong sense of time and place from rationing and train travel to not having good antibiotics to treat strep throat that felt authentic to me as an American reader anyway The romance is slow burn and realistic to the two men and the time they live in I felt steeped in this book in its grey early winter feel that matched the two men s hearts and the slow build of warmth and hope I stayed up far too late to finish it and I really look forward to the next one

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  • Hither Page Page Sommers #1
  • Cat Sebastian
  • English
  • 08 August 2018
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