Bob and Trip are best friends and business partners who are negotiating the sale of their company when Bob decides to come out of mourning for his dead wife, Melinda. Since Melinda was his cousin, Trip understands what Bob is going through, and while he figures Bob is as straight as they come, he has broken down and offered comfort at the risk of ruining their friendship.
When Bob finally does decide to turn his attention to love again, though, it's Trip he finds himself caring about. Trip isn't sure he can believe it, and he doesn't want to lose what they do have together by rushing into things. Can Bob convince Trip that it's not just a whim, and that they can find more together than a company merger?