Will You Marry Me, Brittany Rose?
For Wesley Alter, the idea of proposing marriage is simple: buy a ring, bouquet some flowers, say something romantic and sweet and unforgettable and blah blah blah before lowering to a knee and reciting six magical words—Will you marry me, Brittany Rose? However, for Wesley Alter, this simple idea becomes complicated when Brittany says she'll only agree, say yes to an engagement, a wedding, a forever together if his proposal is... perfect. Thus, for Wesley Alter, the idea of proposing marriage becomes an unexpected endeavor, one with high stakes, one with immense pressure, and one contrary to the simple, the black and white, the A-B-C easy act of love he thought proposing marriage was all about.
A playful, yet poignant love story, Will You Marry Me, Brittany Rose? is about two people seeking what it means to be someone's perfect, struggling with inhabiting that perfect, and learning to love and lose while discovering something within that loss to make life worth living and love worth forever pursuing.