Frustrated and hurt over the break up
of his marriage, Evan Valerian needed solitude away from his
company's party that was now in full swing. Escaping to the
executive suite of his office building, Evan encountered not
only an escape from the party but also an escape from the
stress and disorder his personal life was in. Encountering
Jake Maynard, another partygoer looking for a short reprieve
from the party as well as from the date he attended it with,
was just what Evan needed.
I had difficult time getting into Tuxedo Tryst.
I couldn't connect with the characters and I didn't feel
Evan and Jake was a good match up. I felt the relationship
between Jake and Evan may have been much more interesting
and believable if it took place over a longer period of time
and not just a couple of hours during a company party.
Although I do like Nikki Soardes' work and writing style,
Tuxedo Tryst just did not interest me.