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He's Behind You by Rebecca Cohen

 
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He's Behind You by Rebecca Cohen

Book Info

Book Series
Treading The Boards
About the Author
Rebecca Cohen is a Brit abroad. Having swapped the Thames for the Rhine, she has left London behind and now lives with her husband and son in Basel, Switzerland. She can often be found with a pen in one hand and a cup of Darjeeling in the other.
Publication Date
December 02, 2015
Pages
140
ISBN
978-1-62380-522-7
A Treading the Boards Novella

It’s panto season for the Sarky Players, an amateur dramatics society based in Greenwich, South London. With the traditional Christmas play around the corner, it’s time to get ready for more larger than life performances—on and off stage.

While Craig Rosen is happy with his quiet life playing Warhammer and working in a university lab, a new colleague thinks he needs more excitement and drags Craig along to an audition for the Christmas pantomime, Aladdin.

Corporate lawyer Jason Carter accepted he’s gay a little later in life than most, but now divorced and in his late thirties, he’s ready to embrace who he really is. He can’t believe his luck when he runs into Craig at the audition and the cute younger man agrees to help him navigate his new life. There’s no doubting the attraction between Craig and Jason, but with Craig’s insecurities and Jason still finding his way, they’ll need to make sure they don’t veer off script.

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Adorable nerd!
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3.5
I'm a sucker for the adorable nerd who doesn't  understand his own appeal, and Craig is adorable with a capital A. Independent, accomplished, intelligent, but so very insecure when it comes to relationships.....I liked him a lot. Jason had many moments of fabulousness, showing a wonderfully caring side to his nature, but he also had moments when I found him quite harsh, quick to snap at Craig...but equally quick to make it right, and more than willing to fight for their relationship.
These two make a great couple, very different pasts, but such similar hopes for their future. They have a fab group of friends, some members of the Sarky Players being particularly colourful characters who add a real element of fun to the story. 
This is an enjoyable read, romance, sexiness, a little angst, some laughs and a happy ending. Definitely worth a look.
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