Rom and Colton want a small, simple wedding. But what happens when Kent and the grannies join forces to plan the shindig of all shindigs?
Colton still can’t believe Rom wants to spend the rest of his life with him. The only thing that would make this more perfect is if Colton’s grammy was still alive to see it happen. Colton’s parents throwing him out at age twelve, just because he was gay, left him with emotional scars he still struggles with, even now. Maybe he is “bad” the way they claimed.Rom regrets he never met Grammy, or that his own parents aren’t alive to see him marry his sweet snuggle puppy. He’s bound and determined to get hitched to Colton, even if it means giving up all control over their wedding while Kent and the grannies plan the shindig of all shindigs. He tries to love Colton’s pain away, but some wounds can’t be healed.But what happens when words from the past are brought to light? Will it help heal both men’s hearts, finally allowing them a chance to escape from their old, mutual anguish?Related Books: Colton and Rom were first introduced in Numb as a Statue. Kent, Tim, and Paul were featured in Through With Love.
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