Out in the Sticks

Out in the Sticks Lawyer Adam Sibden has moved to the charming English village of Sharpley to forget about men But when he takes his car to the local garage he can t help being attracted to the handsome young manager

  • Title: Out in the Sticks
  • Author: H. Lewis-Foster
  • ISBN: 9781611526004
  • Page: 413
  • Format: ebook
  • Lawyer Adam Sibden has moved to the charming English village of Sharpley to forget about men But when he takes his car to the local garage, he can t help being attracted to the handsome young manager Jim Turley, who is friendly, professional and apparently gay Adam goes to the village pub that evening, and with nowhere else to sit, he joins Jim and his mates A misundersLawyer Adam Sibden has moved to the charming English village of Sharpley to forget about men But when he takes his car to the local garage, he can t help being attracted to the handsome young manager Jim Turley, who is friendly, professional and apparently gay Adam goes to the village pub that evening, and with nowhere else to sit, he joins Jim and his mates A misunderstanding leads to a highly embarrassing moment for Adam, but Jim thankfully comes to his rescue and makes him feel at ease.As the winter weather takes hold, Adam finds himself stranded with a punctured tyre, following a disastrous meeting with his ex boyfriend Lucas Adam calls the garage s breakdown service, and when Jim ventures into the snow to find him, he offers help than Adam could have hoped for.

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    About "H. Lewis-Foster"

    1. H. Lewis-Foster

      H Lewis Foster has worked with books, in one form or another, since leaving university As a keen reader of gay fiction, she decided to have a go at writing herself, and is now the proud author of several short stories and her debut novel H has lived in various parts of the UK and currently lives in the north of England She enjoys city life, especially the theaters and cinemas, and also likes visiting the beautiful villages in the surrounding countryside In her spare time, H loves cooking and discovering the many fabulous local food shops She s also working on a couple of plays, which she hopes she might see on the stage someday.

    642 thoughts on “Out in the Sticks”


    1. This was a very sweet, rather British, short about moving to start anew and finding a place and a person you feel comfortable being with.More of a review later.


    2. Short and simple, but sweetThis is a short story of only about 22 pages, but well written and with a surprising amount of heart despite being cursory. The back story on both men is engaging and makes you wish this short story had instead been a full length novel. In fact, I think it has all the making of being transformed into something grander, should the author ever be up to the challenge. If I remember my facts right, both men were living in London at around the same time when their relations [...]


    3. Another lovely short story. Adam has moved to the country where he meets Jim, the local garage owner. There is a slow building friendship and maybe more there. I loved the setting and the way the pasts of both men is revealed. Nicely done!


    4. As Reviewed for Prism Book AllianceI read the little snippet on the publisher’s website and was intrigued by both that and the blurb when it came to this short story. I’m glad I followed my instincts.There is a very nice build to this story when it comes to Adam and Jim getting to know each other. No insta-love here. Quite a feat in a short story and this was done well. Lewis-Foster is a new to me author.Despite a few instances where scenes were overly brief, this felt like a complete story. [...]


    5. This slim mundane vignette brings two men together, but doesn't explore any new ground as far as romance is concerned. Thirty-three year old British lawyer Adam Sibden moves from a modern apartment in Nottingham to the charming, thatched Sage Cottage in the village of Sharpley after Roger, his partner of five years, proves to be a philanderer. When he has car problems, Adam visits a garage owned by Jim, who'd taken over the business from his father. They get to know one another through visits to [...]


    6. This book was just what the doctor ordered, a nice, sweet read after a lot of dark, intense books.The characters were well developed, for a short story. The length was just right, and an interesting topic for a gear head like me.Left me feeling warm and fuzzy inside, so it accomplished what the author set out to do, good job.



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