Seth Murphy campaigned for Maryland's Question Six, wildly celebrating the Election Day victory for marriage equality. Divorce attorney and live-in boyfriend Owen, however, believes just as passionately that the gay community should focus on a plurality of equal rights protections instead of allocating so many resources and man-hours to one hot button issue.
Owen won't marry Seth.
Relationship deteriorating, the couple visits the Murphy farm outside Brunswick for Christmas. Seth's family never considered that Seth and Owen wouldn't be first in line for a marriage license as soon as same-sex marriage passed. When they find out there won't be a wedding, their season of miracles is invaded by pornographic gingerbread cookies, frowning church ladies, and a determined father with a tactical assault shotgun.
Neither Seth, Owen, nor their love may survive the family holiday circus to say, "I don't."
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Just FYI.... this book is only 67 pages long. Cute, but not worth $3.99
4-1/2 stars What can one say about Owen and Seth? I love seeing Seth trying to understand Owen's view on marriage, it's beautiful, heartwarming, and even a bit heartbreaking at the same time. I certainly love Seth's family, maybe not his sister Lisa but the rest are incredibly fun to read. A great addition to anyone's holiday library.