In this erotic comedy of errors—with male/male and male/female romance—three stories intersect.
The main story concerns Paul Rumsfeld, a fifty-plus year-old lawyer who’s managed to reach sobriety after many years of struggling with his alcoholism. One night, while leaving a bar in Over-the-Rhine, he stumbles across—quite literally—a beggar on the street. Only the beggar turns out to be Matthew Bergen, a young man whom Paul has agreed to sponsor.
Talk about a strange coincidence, and Paul wrestles with his conscience. He’d been planning on a nice, relaxing weekend camping, alone, at Gowan Lake State Park. Does he really want to burden himself with this young man?