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A Vintage Affair by Josh Lanyon
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Sep 06, 10

bookshelves: contemporary, mystery, m-m

It's an entertaining, suspenseful read in itself, but also a clone of the Adrien English mysteries. The characters are practically the same: the hunky deep in the closet (private) cop, and the out and proud narrator from a wealthy family. The mystery takes backseat to their troubled romance, so much so that its resolution happens offstage.

It's a good read, but not Lanyon's strongest.
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message 1: by Ami (new) - rated it 2 stars

Ami I honestly think that there's a Jake and Adrien in almost story Josh has written afterwards ^_^


message 2: by Lou (new) - rated it 4 stars

Lou Harper Well, I think all romance authors and drawn to certain character dynamics. What I like about Jake and Adrien most is that despite the seeming alpha/beta set-up, their characterization is more complex. Josh's "weak" characters are never really that. They always have strength, usually in the form of a stubborn streak a mile wide.


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