Will needs a beard.
When the boyfriends finally decide to get married, they ask Will to be their best man. Makes sense in theory. But getting through the ceremony and the reception without accidentally forgetting himself and doing something not-very-best-man-like? Yeah, that might be a problem.
Molly Evans is back in California for good, but instead of feeling settled, she’s restless. She’s trying to finish writing a book, trying to decide what to do with it, and oh yeah, she should probably find a more permanent place to live than someone’s couch.
And then, into the weird chaos of not knowing what the future holds, she gets a text. From Will.
Sure, she’ll go to the wedding. Keeping Will on a leash sounds like fun. But god, Will in a suit? Molly doesn’t know how she’s gonna keep her own hands off him, let alone keep him from mauling the boyfriends. Who’s going to keep Molly on good behavior?
Warnings: There’s a lady with ladyparts in this book! (She doesn’t get to play as much as the boys, but she’s not complaining.) The Boyfriends Tie the Knot May inspire a powerful intimacy kink. Wedding cake does not contain nuts.