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Bobby Bielecki is heading home from art school to help run the family wine store so his adopted father and partner can take a vacation. While filling in, Bobby will have to deal with his once-best friend and lost love, Kenny, who pushed him away from their burgeoning relationship, encouraging him follow his dreams and realize his artistic talents.

Despite the tension between them, Bobby and Kenny decide to put their differences aside and work together to figure out what happened to a case of expensive wine. Their investigation leads them to a young runaway and people from Bobby's past, and dealing with them reminds Bobby and Kenny of how close they once were. But despite their growing feelings, Bobby is afraid Kenny will do what heโ€™s done before and push Bobby away for his own good.

ยฉ2009 Andrew Grey (P)2010 Andrew Grey

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  • Randal
  • Tampa, FL United States
  • 08-31-10

another wonderful story by andrew grey

This is a really nice sequel to Bottled up. If you enjoyed the first book you'll enjoy this one. The writing flows well and the narrator does a great job. It is easy to tell the characters apart and the voicesw are not hard to listen to.

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  • Kevin
  • Las Vegas, NV, United States
  • 03-26-12

Grey is Great

This book made me smile. The reader is wonderful and the story had real depth to it. It wasn't just about sex.

I've noticed that a lot of the gay/lesbian genre available on audible presents stories more focused on sex or scandal. I was thrilled because this is a sweet story about the characters and about love.

Grey presents wholesome relatable characters that you will grow to love.

Bottle Up isn't perfect, but it's fun to listen to and closer to what I'd imagine a male/male relationship is really like. It feels real to me. I suggested the book to a dear friend of mine who is a gay male and he enjoyed the story as well and agreed it felt real unlike most in the genre.

Grey writes some of the best gay romance on audible. I highly recommend him.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • Andrea
  • Linz, Austria
  • 08-04-10

not my author

I was disappointed by "Bottled Up" and realised too late that I had bought the sequel with "Uncorked".
By comparison "Uncorked" is better than its predecessor, yet it suffers from the same weaknesses: Poorly developed characters and a too predictable plot.
Besides the editing could have been better.
The narration was fine, however, even the best performance can't help a weak story.

2 of 4 people found this review helpful

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  • Thomas
  • PORTLAND, OR, United States
  • 04-26-11

File Playback Problem

I loved the story. My issue is with the (enhanced) audio file. It's possible that it's just my player, but I don't think so. I deleted the file and downloaded it again to be sure. Each chapter plays twice. So at the end of a chapter, I have to skip the duplicate chapter to get to the next one. The download says that the story is 5+ hours on the site, but it says it's 9+ hours when received. Otherwise it's good.

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  • Keith
  • Kissimmee, FL, United States
  • 12-26-11

Great story while and a very nice happy ending,

If you could sum up Uncorked (Gay Romance) in three words, what would they be?

Charming wistfull

What did you like best about this story?

Such positive roll models

Have you listened to any of Douglas Barronโ€™s other performances before? How does this one compare?


Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

How well that the boy was excepted very uplifting.

Any additional comments?

Great job with the telling of the story as well as story line. Fantastic mix of love romance and sexual emotions

0 of 1 people found this review helpful

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Not as good as the first...

I wanted to like this story. I looked forward to a continuation of Bottled Up. Sadly. I had issues with how realistic the actions of teenaged Kenny and Bobby. I mean, really. Two 16 year old boys having tickle and pillow fights? Maybe in days gone by, but when stories are based in the more or less present time, I had serious issues with the believing the characters. I really did find it annoying.

I also was unable to accept the reappeatance of Big Mike, and Bobby's forgiving him for the past. Sure, it's possible to forgive someone who's wronged you horribly, but would it REALLY be that easy to forgive the man who fathered you with his own half sister and then later tried to sexually assault you as a 16 year old kid?

All in all, a disappointment. Save your credit. This is one book that's better passed by.

0 of 1 people found this review helpful

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  • Louise
  • 12-17-13

Wonderful story!!!

Where does Uncorked (Gay Romance) rank among all the audiobooks youโ€™ve listened to so far?

I totally fell in love with all the characters in this book! Loved Bobby and Kenny falling in love and them both finding a home filled with so much love.

What other book might you compare Uncorked (Gay Romance) to, and why?

Bottled Up. pre-quel to this.

Which scene did you most enjoy?

Their 1st love making scene.

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  • S. E. Errington
  • 05-19-14

Superb Like Good Wine!

Would you consider the audio edition of Uncorked (Gay Romance) to be better than the print version?

I haven't read the print version

Who was your favorite character and why?

Without a doubt - Bobby. I loved the way his character developed. It's so difficult to say more without giving any spoilers!

What does Douglas Barron bring to the story that you wouldnโ€™t experience if you had only read the book?

The narration really brought the story to life

If you made a film of this book, what would be the tag line be?

Like a good wine - but even better!

Any additional comments?

Absolutely loved this series, but definitely wanted more, but that's the skill of the author, leave your readers wanting more!