Ven has adjusted to having Toby’s
daughters staying with them often. So much so, he feels like
they are a real family now. But Toby’s ex-father-in-law
Joseph, has a different view, and he’s threatening the
happiness they have found. Will Toby have to choose between
his lover and his daughters? Or can they mend the fence
Joseph has put between them?
Toby and Ven have a beautiful, albeit unconventional,
family. There is so much love between them. All the
troubles they have had seem to pale in comparison when they
are faced with bigotry in Mending Fences. It
forces them to re-evaluate what matters and not once do they
wonder about each other. Mending Fences is
emotional and poignant.