The Coward s Way Two months after the discovery of a murderer in their midst life for the inhabitants of Puddledown has settled back to normal for everybody except Hugo Wainwright Having accepted his feelings for gro

  • Title: The Coward's Way
  • Author: Kate Aaron
  • ISBN: 9781310345470
  • Page: 387
  • Format: ebook
  • Two months after the discovery of a murderer in their midst, life for the inhabitants of Puddledown has settled back to normal for everybody except Hugo Wainwright Having accepted his feelings for groundskeeper Tommy Granger, for Hugo, everything has changed.Hugo wants nothing than to make his friend happy, but the voices in his head won t let him If he can t bringTwo months after the discovery of a murderer in their midst, life for the inhabitants of Puddledown has settled back to normal for everybody except Hugo Wainwright Having accepted his feelings for groundskeeper Tommy Granger, for Hugo, everything has changed.Hugo wants nothing than to make his friend happy, but the voices in his head won t let him If he can t bring himself to tell Tommy he s having nightmares about the evening the killer came for him, how can he possibly explain the panic he feels every time Tommy tries to take their fledgling relationship further When the local Viscount s daughter goes missing after a ball from which Hugo and Tommy were the only guests to leave early, suspicion falls firmly on them But the police inspector isn t the only one keeping a close eye on the cabin in the woods, and as the net closes, Hugo has a decision to make Will he be brave, or will he take the coward s way out

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    About “Kate Aaron

    1. Kate Aaron says:

      Born in Liverpool, Kate Aaron is a bestselling author of the 1 LGBT romances What He Wants, Ace, The Slave, and other works.She holds a BA Hons in English Language and Literature, and an MA in Gender, Sexuality and Culture, and is an outspoken advocate for equal rights.Kate swapped the North West for the Midwest in October 2015 and married award winning author AJ Rose Together they plan to take over the world.



    2 thoughts on “The Coward's Way

    1. I preface this with the information that I beta-read this book for the author and my final copy is one I received from her. This doesn't keep me from stating my honest opinion.I liked this better than the first book of the series, maybe because I've now come to know Puddledown more intimately. This is a series low on sex, with typical British reticence and clearly no one is living in an OK-homo world. Still, it is quaint in an Agatha Christie-manner and that's a rare choice among current-day m/m [...]

    2. Four and a half - I wish allowed for more nuance. I thoroughly enjoyed this second outing (no pun intended) for Kate Aaron's 1950's heroes. Their slow inching towards a real, loving relationship is beautifully drawn amid the tensions and prejudices of the times. My only reason for not giving this the full high five is that the actual mystery didn't grip me very much. I was far more interested in Hugh and Tommy.

    3. Delightful Read!Love the story-lines. Love Hugo and Tommy even more than in the first book and Aunt Rose is such a sweetheart! What a great addition to the series. I'm very much looking forward to reading book 3!!!!

    4. The Case of the Young Mr. MarpleI adored the first in this series for a lot of reasons but most of all because poor Hugo Wainwright seemed to be developing into a male version of a young Jane Marple. He continues to give that impression in this, the more animated second installment, but this one is his budding lover Tommy Granger's tale (and he's on the cover).Tommy is restless and is getting paranoid that someone is seeking to report the secret trysts that he and Hugo have embarked upon--althou [...]

    5. I love the continuation of Hugo and Tommy's relationship in this second installment. It's real, believable, and completely keeping in character. The mystery is pretty easy to figure out but then I think it was suppose to be. It's not so much the mystery as a "mystery" as it is how it relates to Hugo and Tommy's relationship and how they move forward. When I started The Dead Past, I was kicking myself for waiting so long to read it, then I realized at least I was able to go directly into The Cowa [...]

    6. A gentle update about Hugo and Tommy. Their relationship is the main focus of this book, with Hugo in particular developing a more stable approach to the relationship, and actually being able to be more physical with Tommy. He is still as nervous as a box of frogs, jittery and jumpy at any askance look at them.The mystery of the disappearance of Helena was very much in the background, not really appearing until over 50% and even then being very much a low level sub plot.Again, the writing style [...]

    7. Once again not bad, but with small niggling details that create some unease (the mince pies stand out). I'd also recommend some active editing. There are some phrases which show up again and again and start to grate.

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