Wedding planner Adam More has an epiphany: He has devoted all his life’s energy to creating events that he and his partner, Steven, are forbidden by federal law for having for themselves. So Adam decides to make a change. Organizing a boycott of the wedding industry, Steven and Adam call on gay organists, hairdressers, cater-waiters, priests, and hairdressers everywhere to get out of the business and to stop going to weddings, too. In this screwball, romantic comedy both the movement they’ve begun and their relationship are put in jeopardy when Steven’s brother proposes to Adam’s sister and they must decide whether they’re attending or sending regrets.
©2012 Ken O’Neil (P)2012 Audible, Inc.
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This is a funny screwball comedy with a core of the serious issues of love commitment, and marriage rights.
Upon having an epiphany that he works in an industry that creates events he can't legally be a part of, Adam decides to boycott the wedding industry and organizes all his contacts: hairdressers, cater-waiters, priests, and even gay organists!
Of course, just as this boycott is launching off, one of their family members decides to get married, and they have to decide whether they're going to attend the wedding or stick to their guns.
I grew to love these characters and their families. This book was a pleasure to listen to.
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