Mark Gattison has avoided love and commitment his entire adult life. Not interested in more than a one night stand or a brief encounter in a bathroom stall, he is the epitome of a good time.
Will Parkinson is the guy who defends him, the guy who puts up with him, the guy Mark calls his best friend.
When Will becomes unsettled and a little distant, Mark takes it upon himself to find Will a boyfriend. Not familiar with the concept himself, Mark thinks Will needs someone to make him happy.
What Mark doesn’t know, is that he’s about to get blindsided. He’s about to get knocked off his feet by the one thing that’s been right in front of him the entire time.
Mark and Will are best friends. Will is secretly in love with Mark, and Mark is in love with him too but he is in denial and can’t see what’s in front of his nose.
The conflict is based on non-communication and denial. Mark is not realizing that he is already in love with Will. It could work for the first 20% but not for the whole story.
This series is seriously lacking steam. What a shame!
There were some smile-worthy moments though. See my favorite quotes on my Tumblr page, Daily Quotes by Exina.