Owen may be a bit of a country mouse, but after a long day playing tourist on his London vacation, he's on the hunt for some cheap beer and a good burger. Instead he finds a man hunting him with only one thing on the brain: the kind of meat that doesn't come on a bun.
Owen's all for an adventure, but he's not the pushover Malcolm Kavanagh thinks he is, and Malcolm's not as shallow as he tries to be. They both soon learn that nothing's too intimate to share with a stranger, and the strangest things happen when two people share the most important pieces of their hearts.
A magical weekend, a breathless declaration, a happy ever after . . . Right?
Wrong. Anyone who's ever been in love knows that happy endings take a lot more work than that. But there's one problem: Malcolm has never been in love. He doesn't know the rules of a relationship and isn't confident enough to trust that his is real.
Luckily, Owen knows a little more about relationships, and labors patiently to survive the first six weeks of their life together. Maybe, if Owen is patient enough and Malcolm learns to give, the two of them can make it past Relationship Armageddon to a real happy ending.