It may be a love-affair with young Stetson, or it may be something worse.
As for the love-affair itself, one's feelings towards it are mixed.
No love-affair had ever come to Balzac—women had no minds: all they could do was to dance!
What expiation could she offer hereafter if she were to persevere in this love-affair?
I'm sure if we were prudent nobody would suspect us of a love-affair.
I'm the most mistaken woman in the world, or there's some love-affair in the making.
I should not be a bit surprised to hear that she has some love-affair of her own.
If he is successful in bringing up the apple, his love-affair will end happily.
I have heard it hinted that a love-affair had something to do with it—an affair pretty close, at that.
"And our love-affair will not even be suspended for very long," he went on.
An attraction or affinity that is strong but not sexual: The fishing industry is well aware of the love affair anglers have with records (1970s+)