The Christmas Eve wedding Evan Cleary pulled together in four weeks is crashing down around him and taking his fledgling event planning business with it. With an empty altar and over a hundred guests arriving soon, he turns to the resistant, gorgeous brother of the runaway groom for help.
When Richard Patterson’s flamboyant brother storms out hours before he’s scheduled to marry his equally dramatic partner, Richard is left dealing with the fallout. The last thing he wants is more drama, yet he can’t deny his attraction to the effeminate event planner trying to salvage the wedding.
Evan thinks his crush on Richard is a lost cause, but one steaming kiss later, he learns different. What starts as a night of hot sex turns into a connection neither expected. But Evan knows their relationship is hopeless unless the ultra-conservative Richard can embrace every part of him—both in private and in public.
Evan is panicking, the wedding is in a few hours and the grooms are throwing the flower arrangements at each other. This could ruin everything. His only hope is that he can convince the family to change it to a Christmas party. That and deal with one of the grooms older brother Richard. He thinks that Evan is to effeminate, and Richard is ulta-conservative. Because of this he is fine to watch but off-limits for anything else. That is until Richard makes a move on Evan, but is it only for the night?Richard is frustrated dealing with his drama queen of a brother. Between his mother and brother he is the one who has to be the strong one, the one who has to make sure everything runs smoothly. He is trying to deal with his attraction to Evan, he really had come to respect the way Evan dealt with all of the problems that come up with scheduling a wedding in 4 weeks. Let alone dealing with both the drama queen grooms. He never lost his cool. His only draw back was that Evan is so flamboyant, while he is conservative.
After a magical night Evan leaves to finish his clean up and to basically run away. Will Richard fight for him or let his fears take over?
An entertaining and humorous story! When all else fails through a party! How do you go from a wedding with no wedding couple to a party that is a great question? It takes talent and skill, a flair for working with people and just a plain good luck. Evan has all of that and more. He genuinely loves his job, and making people happy.