The last thing Pauly expects during a simple night out is to wind up embroiled in a cab chase. Then again, if something weird happens, it made sense that it would happen to him. He can only count himself lucky that his cab driver is smart, attractive, and seems to like him, even with the drama.
Being involved in a situation that requires police attention isn't something Randy's ever aspired to, but he can't resent it when it's brings Pauly into his life. Pauly's just about perfect, as far as Randy can tell, but that means he's unlikely to be interested in anything more than friendship with a guy like Randy. That's better than nothing, right?
James isn't looking for a relationship. He's not even looking for a 'friends with benefits' arrangement. That's why he finds his obsession with two guys he picks up in a bar so bizarre. He's too busy for love, of course, but becoming friends with the two men somehow leads to wanting things he shouldn't. Even more complicated is the fact that he can't seem to decide which of them he's more interested in -- the stunningly hot Pauly or the more quietly attractive Randy.
All three men have decisions to make, and choices to face, not an easy task. There's no way the three of them could ever build a relationship together… is there?