Jason Chenís wife died of cancer sixteen
years ago and he hasnít had anyone since. Now that his only
son is getting married, the loneliness heís always felt is
worse. When heís late for the rehearsal dinner and ends up
meeting the brother of his sonís bride, an instant friendship
is sparked. But after an evening of drinking, he wonders if
what heís feeling might be more than friendship.
Randy Ohara is instantly attracted to the
gorgeous man he sees at a rock concert, but doesnít think
heíll ever see him again. Especially since heís only in New
York for a short time to attend his sisterís wedding. Much to
his surprise, the same man he canít get out of his head
strolls into the bar where his sisterís wedding rehearsal
dinner just ended. That man just happens to be his sisterís
future father-in-law, who canít possibly be gay.
I liked I Do, even though I
found it a little too unbelievable to really happen. The sex
was hot, so that was definitely a plus. One thing I found a
little hard to get past was the first line that Jason spoke to
Randy in the bathroom at the bar. It put a bad taste in my
mouth (no pun intended) and it took a while to forget about
that and see Jason in a ďsexualĒ way. Then again, Iím not a
New Yorker and Iím not a gay male, so maybe it was just my
messed up Indiana, straight female point of view. Haha.
Overall, I liked it, though. Good job, ladies!