‘If you didn’t gamble — if you didn’t take the risk to walk up to someone you’re attracted to and ask that person out — how would you ever find the one you’re meant to be with? I’d never been a gambling man . . . Before I laid eyes on him.’
Every Friday night, Isaac Anderson pushes away his worker’s blues and looks forward to one customer in particular walking into the bar. Caleb Miller, a finely dressed young man, orders the same drink and takes the same seat each week, and Isaac can barely take his eyes off him. A word of advice from his boss spurs him on to approach his favourite customer, but there’s something about Caleb that he isn’t expecting. Is a wager on love worth it?