Louise thought she’d met the man of her dreams. But it all went wrong when she introduced him to her gay friends...
Harry hates being a TV producer and dreams of leaving his job to travel the world. He loves Alex, an aspiring actor who is struggling to create an identity for himself as a performer. Rugby player Wiliam’s nine-year old daughter is intent on sabotaging his relationships with new boyfriends, and he’s finding it difficult to let Lawrence, a soap star, into his life. Lars is a handsome sometimes-model kept by Tom, a successful artist, who will forgive his every betrayal so long as Lars doesn’t leave him. The plot culminates in a showdown at a dinner party.
For those initiated into the gay community, it will ring true, for those who aren’t, it will provide fascinating insight. Rather than being polemical or crudely comic, it deals with adult subjects which affect us all. Mr Right merges Hoxton cool, Metrosexual and gay style to create a savvy brew of Urban Queer Cool. In a modern world where straight men are waking up to the fact that gay people are the gate-keepers of the cool in-set, Mr Right gives a crash course on understanding how their clique works.
Jacquie Morris and David Morris met each other in Northampton General Hospital in 1963. They subsequently worked together for years as casting directors. They are brother and sister.