RILEY was told, years ago, that the tune his soul plays—his "life-music"—is only half the song. His song is supposed to be a duet. “Someone is out there,” a wise sage told him, “…someone who will complete your music.” So, Riley's been looking. It’s been eight years since that man gave his divination; now Riley is a hunky furniture and cabinet builder. Riley thought he’d found his duet, but that relationship seems to be ending. Now, he’s questioning everything.
TREVOR is a confident, disciplined, competitive bodybuilder. He’s also a UPS driver—loved and respected by his coworkers. In contrast to his larger-than-life physical appearance, Trevor is also an accomplished, nearly-concert-level pianist. Truly a multi-dimensional person. But he’s dealing with some serious family issues. He’s not looking for a music partner—or any kind of partner, really. But he does know he’s letting himself being unduly influenced by his family’s skewed standards.
A chance encounter brings the two men together. While Trevor makes a delivery he comes upon Riley, who is trapped by a pair of vicious Doberman pinschers. The studly UPS dude rescues Riley from the dogs; Riley is smitten by the hunky delivery guy—his hero. But this is far from one of those cheap Internet story encounters with the delivery dude.
It’s definitely lust at first sight, for both of them. But is it love? Is there going to be a duet?
KYLE & JENNI TATE ARE HEADED for a two-week vacation at the Central Oregon resort of Sunriver. Unfortunately, earlier this week , they received some bad news . Kyle hopes the vacation’s timing will give them a chance to deal with the depressing reality they now face. Further complicating matters, Kyle’s been hiding a secret from Jenni these past years. When the couple meets a handsome bachelor , Dustin, Kyle is forced to deal with the reality he’s known all along. It’s a reality that could alter the Tate’s marriage— if not end it. If Kyle explores his hidden desires, will Dustin reciprocate? What about his commitment to Jenni? Kyle realizes that he can’t fight himself anymore. But Dustin definitely has some qualms about the situation; he’s very non-committal. Yet, are Dustin’s reservations rooted in something deeper? Then, in the middle of this turmoil, a horrible accident spirals everything out of control. Kyle is faced with the reality that he indirectly caused the accident, and now he has to make a monumental decision.
Jeremy Cooper is a personal trainer at a gym in Portland. He’s taking a trip to Boston, to get away after dealing with a family tragedy. While there, the closeted young bodybuilder meets Branson, a mysterious, big, gorgeous man. Although in his mid-20’s, Jeremy has yet to extricate himself from his family’s almost rabid disapproval of gays. Branson strongly encourages Jeremy to come out, but Jeremy has seen what his family does to wayward members. Yet Branson… he’s irresistible. When Jeremy returns home to Portland, things start to go south. Just when things look the bleakest for Jeremy and Branson’s budding relationship, things get exponentially worse, causing Jeremy to question not only the wisdom of coming out, but also to question what this Branson guy might be hiding.
Zane White is a young, closeted gay man, searching for a way to break free from the bondages of his conservative upbringing. But Zane longs to find a meaningful relationship with a man—and his particular affinity is for the big, ripped, bodybuilder-type. As Zane recuperates from a leg injury, confined to his Portland apartment for many weeks, he discovers the man of his fantasies—huge and rippling with muscle—living in his same apartment complex. Logan is friendly, and totally amenable to start up a friendship. The two eventually become entwined in investigating a murder that occurs in their apartment complex. Together, amidst the obstacles, they discover their love for each other. But will their love be enough? And is Logan the man he purports to be?