The Male/Male and New Adult genres combine in Jefferson Blythe, Esquire, the latest from Josh Lanyon! Keep reading to find out more about this brand new release and see why Male/Male fans love Josh Lanyon.
“You know you’ve picked up a great book when every aspect of it instantly draws you in, completely consumes your day and night, and doesn’t let go even long after the last page is turned.” —Goodreads review, Fair Game
“Josh Lanyon’s writing is always solid, especially with relationship building and I loved the emerging dynamics in Elliot and Tucker’s relationship.” –Goodreads review, Fair Play
“This is an exceptionally lustrous and lovely story.” –Amazon review, Snowball in Hell
“Stranger on the Shore is a layered, atmospheric story, playing sweetly on the senses with beautiful descriptions, some poetic, some funny, some full of wonder. I enjoyed the slow building mystery, the twists and turns.” –Amazon review, Stranger on the Shore
Jefferson Blythe, Esquire is about old maps, new adventures, getting lost, getting found, getting drunk, and being mistaken for an international criminal. In other words, normal summer vacation when you’re in your twenties.