Two men. Twenty years of friendship. One love.
'Lovely, funny, kind and truthful . . . I was expecting a simple will-they-won't-they, but it's wiser than that . . . challenging who we are, and why, and how we can change' Russell T. Davies
'A great eye-opening and heart-warming read' Fabulous
'A rich, funny, poignant and unflinchingly honest portrayal of friendship, love and everything in between' Ruth Hogan
Danny arrives at Manchester University determined not to hide from the world any longer. This is the year his life will begin.
He locks eyes with a handsome stranger across the hall at the Freshers' Fair. It starts with a wink and soon Danny and Guy are best friends.
Now, both single for the first time in years, Danny and Guy return to the confetti-covered streets of the Gay Village for Manchester Pride.
After years of shared adventures and lost dreams, Danny finally plans to share the secret he has been keeping for two decades. He has always been in love with Guy.
Could this weekend be the end of a twenty-year friendship . . . or the start of something new and even more beautiful?
'Written with heartfelt honesty and love' Lorraine Kelly
'Utterly absorbing and affecting. Matt Cain is one of the most entertaining and illuminating writers out there' Bryony Gordon
'I have so much love for this book' Freya North
'Thought-provoking' Daily Mirror
'As sharp eyed as Hilda Ogden and as seen-it-all as Bet Lynch . . . a proudly Northern queer One Day, ingenious and unsparing' Patrick Gale
'Heart-warming' i Paper
'This epic friends-to-lovers will-they-won't-they story is gorgeous!' Clare Pooley
'A joy of a read' Closer
'If you're looking for something uplifting to kick off your reading list in 2024, this might just be the one for you . . . absorbing, moving and poignant' Glamour