Rusty Best never expected The One to be his total opposite: an older, inexperienced, shy geek with two left feet. Swoon.Rusty: I've taught plenty of wedding parties to dance in my brothers' family business, but this father of the bride stopped me in my tracks. He wants my help getting better at being gay, so he doesn't embarrass his daughter. How can I say no?From the moment I put my hands on him, our friendship is raring to turn into more. But can I get those shy eyes to see how I feel about him in time for the big night?Tom: I want everything to go perfectly for my daughter this week, even if she is marrying the jerk of a Walker kid. After all, I spent two decades raising her before her mother and I split up. She and my ex-wife keep telling me to start my new life, but I felt like I missed my chance to fit into the gay world. Until I take one look at the dance instructor and find myself wanting to move in ways I've never tried before.But I'm the wrong side of 40 for the outgoing, touchy-feely, redheaded man who sweeps me off my feet. How can I ever keep up with him-while keeping my eye on the jerk my daughter's about to marry?The Best Men, Inc. trilogy (Best Laid Plans, Best Foot Forward, and Best Served Hot) are low-angst, high-shenanigans stories about the craziest wedding of the summer! No cheating or love triangles, and everyone who deserves a happy ending will get one. Each book follows a different brother so they can all stand alone, or be read in any order. RSVP now to join the fun!