Paul Harrison is completely straight. His house will not flood again. And gay men don't play cricket. Eventually Paul will find out just how incorrect these preconceived notions are.
When the river overflows its banks, Paul is forced to find temporary accommodation. The only practical suggestion comes from Trevor, an out and proud work colleague. Despite Paul's hesitancy regarding Trevor's offer of hospitality, he accepts and soon grows to admire Trevor, his humanity, his determination, and his abilities with a cricket ball.
In order to protect his fragile emotions, Trevor keeps peop... View More...