Charlie Haynes really loves his older brother, William. He really looks up to him. His friends often tease him that he has brother complex, that he doesn't listen to or take seriously. Charlie is gay and is 'in love' with his brother, therefore, he is not interested in having a serious relationship with anyone with the thought that he already has a perfect brother and doesn't need anyone else he would call his 'lover'. Until one day, fate encounters Charlie with someone that gets his attention. Since then, Charlie begins to fall for him without knowing it himself until that 'someone' has become an important part of his life. Unfortunately, William isn't very happy about it . . . . . .