Harry and Mike have been together for a
lot of years, and been through many things together. Now
Mike’s son Neil is planning to marry, and he and his fiancée
want Mike and Harry both there. Harry doesn’t want to go,
afraid his presence will be detrimental to the wedding.
After all their years together, Harry isn’t even sure what
to call their relationship, and suddenly that’s beginning to
One Marriage and Three Weddings is a sweet, if
slightly confusing, tale of two men who have built their
relationship through many trials. Both Harry and Mike are
strong, silent types who favor action over words—Harry
especially. Surprisingly, it’s their accidental trip to a
gay bar that gets Harry really thinking about his and Mike’s
relationship. I really liked both men, and I loved the way
Harry tried to open up a bit over the course of the book.
Overall, I thought One Marriage and Three Weddings
was an enjoyable story with great characters, but there
were several times that I got confused about the timeline.
I wasn’t quite sure when things were happening, and in what
order major events had occurred. Other than that, it was a
good read, especially for those who like manly,