What could possibly go wrong with pretending to date your straight best friend?
As if walking in on his boyfriend cheating on him wasn’t bad enough, Caleb finds himself facing the prospect of attending his sister’s Hawaiian destination wedding alone–unless he accepts Ethan’s offer to go with him and pretend to be the boyfriend he deserves.
Ethan might be straight, but he’s charming, sensible, and looks good in a suit. Caleb knows that it’s the kind of plan that’s likely to come back and bite him, but it’s better than having to admit to his family that his love life is a disaster.
Besides, he can keep his secret crush on Ethan just as secret while they’re on vacation. Can’t he?
Things get complicated when Ethan realises he might not be as straight as he thought he was, and takes the opportunity to experiment with Caleb while they’re away–after all, they’re pretending to be dating anyway. Adding a few kisses and a little more affection into the mix can’t hurt.
It soon becomes obvious to both men that they want more from each other than they first thought–but actually admitting that and risking their friendship over it seems impossible.
Between the cold feet, wedding drama, fistfights, fear, and confusion, can Ethan and Caleb find a way to tell each other how they feel? Or will it really all be over once they get home?
The Wedding Date is a standalone gay romance with a happily ever after ending and no cliffhanger. It does, however, contain hand-holding, ziplining, explicit sex scenes, sunburn, and, eventually, a wedding.