[Review & Giveaway] The Vintner’s Luck

[Review & Giveaway] The Vintner’s Luck

[Review & Giveaway] The Vintner’s LuckThe Vintner's Luck by Elizabeth Knox
Series: Vintner's Luck #1
Published by Vintage on June 2009 (first published 1998)
Genres: Fantasy, Historical fiction, LGBT+
Pages: 256
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One drunk night Sobran Jodeau, 18 years old and madly in love with Celeste, stumbles into an angel. The angel Xas promises to return on the same day one year later to toast to Sobran's marriage.

I read The Vintner’s Luck last December during my Christmas break and I got completely absorbed by this beautiful novel. The story, which takes place in the French countryside among the vineyards, spans the life of Sobran Jodeau, son of a vintner. From the night Sobran first (quite literally) stumbles into Xas, they meet time and time again and their relationship develops into one of love.

This is probably one of the most perfect, finished novels I have ever read. The character development in this novel is amazing, even for side characters. Not to mention the ambiance of French summers, vineyards and wine making. This novel covers every aspect of life, setbacks as well as successes, without ever hitting clichés.

I received this book in a giveaway hosted by a blogger who loves the book dearly. After reading the book I feel exactly the same. I have come to adore this book and I want to pass it on…

So I have decided to give away one copy of The Vintner’s Luck!

GIVEAWAY: The Vintner's Luck

This book is a prefect read for the LGBT Month. It is not a book that generally pops up as one of the usual suspects in the genre. That doesn’t make it an unknown book, but I would love for it to get a little more attention anyway!

Everyone participating in the LGBT Month hosted by Cayce @ Fighting Dreamer and Laura @ Laura Plus Books can enter. I am willing to ship anywhere in the world, so there are no restrictions to your location!

The rules:

  • You must be over 13 years of age.
  • One entry per person.
  • Be a subscriber to this blog (i.e. via Bloglovin’, Twitter or RSS)

You can earn extra entries by:

  • Participating in LGBT Month
  • Recommending an LGBT (themed) book in the comments of this blog post
  • Tweeting about the event
  • Tweeting about this giveaway
  • Winners must respond to my e-mail within 48 hours
  • a Rafflecopter giveaway

    14 thoughts on “[Review & Giveaway] The Vintner’s Luck

    1. Ooooh, angels ay? Sounds like an absolutely heavenly book! Ahhahaha, see what I did there? 😉 Honestly though, this one has to be added to my mile and growing list of LGBT+ books I have to read. And a giveaway too? You’re just too generous! Oh and do you mind if I change your blog name to Brilliant Years? I have this weird thing where I can’t live without things being capitalized. If you prefer it that way, let me know and I’ll change it back!
      Laura Plus Books recently posted… LGBT Month Kick Off + Giveaway: Why Join Now?My Profile

      1. Do add this book to your list! It’s gorgeous 🙂

        Haha go ahead. I’m just like you, can’t stand it when things aren’t capitalized… So please don’t ask me why I consciously decided not to capitalize my blog’s name hahaha

        😉

        Many thanks to you and Cayce for hosting the LGBT Month 🙂

    2. I’ve read David Levithan and John Green’s Will Grayson, Will Grayson and I find it great. On the other hand, you can also watch Easy A where Olive (played by Emma Stones) helps a gay friend. It’s a really nice movie 🙂

      1. Yeah I think we found out during the Twitter party last night that we share a taste in books 😀 I’m going around your blog looking for more books that sound interesting 😀

      1. So you entered, right? Right? 😀 It’s an amazing book!

        Thanks for the rec 😀 Will check it out! (And by all means, go ahead! Let me know what you think of any novels you end up reading!)

    3. Great review, I am so intrigued by this book!

      I would recommend Every Day by David Levithan because it’s so beautiful, Golden Boy by Abigail Tarttelin because it’s hugely powerful, and Don’t Let Me Go by J.H. Trumble because it’s beautiful AND powerful! 🙂
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