Absolutely smitten, Thomas Elkin and Cooper Jones have decided they’re prepared to give a relationship a try.
What they’re not prepared for is the reaction from their families, who try to force them apart. Both men are about to learn that there are lines that define us. Sometimes the lines blur, sometimes the lines become crystal clear.
The view from my office was spectacular. It was a beautiful clear day, the sky was a brilliant blue and while most people would have cursed having to work, I was still smiling. Line five on my desk phone lit up. My personal line. I picked up the receiver knowing who it would be.
A familiar voice spoke in my ear. “Mr Elkin.”
I chuckled into the phone. “Mr Jones.” It was the third phone call that day. “Don’t you have enough to do?”
“Oh, I have plenty,” Cooper answered. “But you haven’t agreed yet.”
“I told you it wasn’t really my scene,” I told him again. “Why don’t you take one of your other friends?”
“You mean younger friends,” he replied. “I don’t want…