How do you cope with the realization that not everyone respects your marriage? Chance Shanahan and Tucker McBride know being in a same-sex relationship isn’t easy or common for men in their careers. The two firefighters find ways to surmount the everyday obstacles, but eventually Tucker becomes more and more frustrated with the roadblocks two gay men must face. His anger soon consumes him and threatens the very foundation his and Chance’s relationship is built on. Is there any way that Chance can help Tucker see that the only opinion that matters is their own?
Originally published in To Serve and Protect.