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Surgical Tech student, Bryan Mullally, has been pining for his best friend, Staff Sergeant Aaron Briggs since they met in middle school. When Bryan's exhaustion from juggling school, work, and helping support his sister and nephew catches up with him, his secret slips out, and he wholeheartedly expects the ultimate rejection. As it turns out, Bryan hasn't been the only one keeping secrets.
Despite the new--and very physical--phase of their relationship, Bryan realizes their lives haven't changed all that much. When Bryan recognizes that Aaron still looks at him the same way he always did, even when he says, "I love you," he finally understands the old adage, "The more things change, the more they stay the same."
When Charles advertises for a new college roommate, his only request is for someone who can tolerate his piano and guitar. Jason, the handsome son of a conservative governor, answers his flyer and Charles begins to wonder if being gay shouldn't have been on his list of items his roommate needed to tolerate.
Jason is studying pre-law in order to follow in his father's footsteps. While he has denied his inner artist to please his family, he's finding it harder to deny his attraction to his new roommate. As the two grow to know each other better, romance blossoms.
Their relationship is crushed when the governor's personal assistant discovers them in a compromising situation. Can Charles stand by when he learns that the love of his life is to marry the woman who caused everything to come crashing down?