Unsatisfied by living in two different states, Jules requests a transfer to Boston where he plans to live with, and marry Robin. Robin has a role in a hit HBO series and is more than thrilled to having Jules living with him full time. As they deal with a never ending remodeling job, wedding plans and a nosy reporter they just grow closer together and handle things with a smile.
When Jules is sent into a dangerous situation out of the country, Robin finds himself surrounded by SEAL wives who know exactly what he’s going through and who offer their support as well as their friendship.
As Robin and Jules find the wedding date getting closer and closer they want everything to go well as they are having so many friends attending for both the wedding and the holidays. When Adam, a former lover of both Jules and Robin, ends up making a nuisance of himself, both men have to learn to trust their partner, as well as be honest about their feelings.
Though short, this story packs one heck of a story. Jules and Robin tend to bring so much laughter and love to each scene the reader will be hard pressed not to laugh out loud several time. Having some of our favorite characters together again makes the story even better. My only complaint is the author continually pointing out that the main characters are gay – yes, fans of the series are very well aware of this, and someone new to the character would realize this within two pages. I understand her desire to see gay men treated equally and without prejudice but the story was lost in the over-detailing and repetition of their gay relationship. Instead of making the gay relationship a part of the story, the author made the fact they were gay the story.