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Somewhere in the cobwebbed cellar of the decrepit antebellum mansion known as Ballineen are the legendary Lee bottles - and Austin Gillespie is there to find them. The last thing on his mind is hot and heavy romance with handsome bad boy Jeff Brady. But Jeff has other ideas and, after one intoxicating night, so does Austin.
The only problem is they have different ideas. Jeff doesn't believe in love at first sight, and even if he did, he's buried more deeply in the closet than those famous missing bottles of vintage Madeira. Popping a cork or two is one thing. Popping the question? No way. No how.
Unless Austin is ready to give up on another dream, he's going to have to figure out how to make sure the lights go on - and stay on - in Georgia.
This novella contains scenes of gay erotic content.
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By Heather on 08-26-14
My Favorite Josh Lanyon book
Austin has a job he loves, and a chance to verify the existence of Lee wine, that would set his career for life, but death has a way of derailing his plans, and love seems to crawl into his heart by accident.
As I said in the headline - this story is my all around favorite JL book. All his books are exceptional, but this one touches me deeply - and I really can't tell you exactly why.
8 of 8 people found this review helpful
By Ben on 06-25-15
Great story and perfect narration
If you could sum up A Vintage Affair in three words, what would they be?
Emotional love story and a satisfying mystery
What did you like best about this story?
The honesty of the love story, the description of the other odd Southern characters
Which scene was your favorite?
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Hard to relate this without giving the story away.
Any additional comments?
Lanyon is one of my favourites, though the last few reads have been a little unsatisfying. This one did not. It has all the emotional intensity of the best of the Adrien English books. I only wish this were at least twice the length. I was left wanting a lot more. A great book.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful