A Middlemark Mystery Where Bo Marchand comes from, gay men are just confirmed bachelors who never found the right girl. But now Bo’s a successful winemaker on the central coast of California, supporting his whole damned Georgia family, and all he really wants is the beautiful, slightly mysterious Jeremy Aames. Jeremy’s vineyard is under threat from Ernest Ottersen, the voracious winemaker who seems to know all Jeremy’s blending secrets and manages to grab all his customers. Bo tries to help Jeremy and even provides a phony alibi for Jeremy when Ottersen turns up dead in Jeremy’s tasting room. But it’s clear Jeremy isn’t who he claims, and Bo must decide if it’s worth tossing over his established life for a man who doesn’t seem to trust anyone. When Jeremy gets kidnapped, some the conservative winemakers turn out to be kinky sex fiends, and the list of murderers keeps dwindling down to Jeremy. Bo has to choose between hopping on his white horse or climbing back in his peach-pie-lined closet.
About the Author
Tara Lain is a writer of award-winning LGBT romance novels who believes in love and delivers on a happily-ever-after. Tara also owns an advertising and public relations firm. Her love of creating book titles comes from years of manifesting ad headlines for everything from analytical instruments to semiconductors. She does workshops on both author promotion and writing craft. She lives with her soulmate husband and her soulmate dog in Laguna Niguel, California.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
The Case of the Voracious Vintner based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
I loved the mystery, the twists and turns, and the attraction between Jeremy and Bo. I liked catching up with Blaise and Llewellyn from The Case of the Sexy Shakespearean. I loved Jeremy although I wanted to cry about his backstory. I liked Bo well enough but I’ve lived in Georgia for over 30 years and have never met anyone who speaks like Bo. He was a caricature, a bad stereotype and I’m afraid it spoiled the story for me just a bit.