Kieran’s facing a big birthday and he’s invited his old friends. Except it’s not quite how he imagined. Single. Forever.
Julian and Troy, although they worry, are grateful for time away from their daughter. Left alone, they’re completely wrapped up with each other. Kieran’s delighted. Not jealous at all.
Then there’s Bjorn who’s unsure he’ll manage a whole weekend without having sex with at least one man. Why’s he questioning what he misses from his f**k buddy friendship with Julian?
Poor Tony’s been dating as if his life depended on it, and his boyfriend is…interesting? The Human League’s songs aren’t helping him with this decision.
Last but not least: long-lost David, whose plus-one is his husband. If their marriage is perfect, why’s David so miserable?
Eight friends, lovers, wine and history going back from two weeks to twenty years…
What could go wrong?
This book is a stand-alone gay fiction story with romantic elements. It can be read alone, but it also forms part of a series where each of the friends eventually earns his own Happy Ever After.