Is new love hearing wedding bells?
Four years ago, Seth’s parents kicked his brother out of the house. Now he’s getting married, and Seth wants to make amends with the brother he hasn’t spoken to since then. Turning up unexpectedly on the doorstep of your estranged, gay brother isn’t the greatest plan in the world, but Seth’s determined not to let their years of separation make him miss his brother’s wedding. He’s not expecting to get swept up in wedding planning immediately, like they’ve never been apart.
Kent’s just trying to write a best man speech for his best friend’s wedding. But he can’t seem to stay on track when he’s talking to his best friend’s younger brother, no matter how hard he tries. When Seth finds himself falling, what can Kent do but catch him?
As the wedding looms closer, so does the spectre of the home Seth’s been trying to escape. Will he have to give up Kent to please his parents, or can he keep this man who’s come to mean so much to him?