There’s actually a good story here. Elijah and Seth’s characters were beautifully created and the circumstances that brought them together were just as heartfelt. I find the story predictable and a bit too fast for my taste. The story’s walking on cliché-ville but I loved how the author/s didn’t try to overcomplicate it, otherwise it may sound more like Queer As Folks meets Days Of Our Lives. It’s dramatic enough, what with the all the tragedy and all and was sure glad that it slowed down a little bit at the end. I guess the thinning of the plot didn’t really matter at all in the overall context of the story. I guess what I’m saying is that, it could’ve gotten better but hey, maybe I’m asking too much. After all, the couple got their happily ever after.
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars