Escaping a boring life on a small Oregon farm Wyatt Tailor runs to the nearest city after college graduation, where he immediately finds and loses love and employment.  Down but not out the handsome young man rebounds by landing the coveted position as assistant to powerful Portland business tycoon and philanthropist William Bowen. 


Cold and precise the mogul has a rarified life of privilege that leaves no room for error.


Thrust into a world of jet set travel and caviar, Wyatt is given little direction about his new career other than being fit with a designer wardrobe.  He loves the beautifully tailored suits, wearing them like modern armor without realizing a connection between the way he looks in his new work uniform and new employer’s client list.


Bowen’s life of perfection (an estate, private jet and worldwide business) is marred only by his taste in men.  The mogul’s astoundingly poor judgment in this area of his confuses everyone, including his flip, funny, in-charge-of-everything property manager who befriends Wyatt but has his own reasons for not telling all the secrets of Bowen industries.


A sudden change in Wyatt’s personal life while on a business trip is followed by a night of bonding for Wyatt and William Bowen, the long simmering feelings Wyatt has held toward the boss since the day of his interview nearing a boiling point.

Can two men from opposite sides of the track find a level field for a relationship or will the truth behind the facades keep them apart?


Tailor Made is the fast-paced love story of men from different worlds who find that in the end it is not what you have but who you love that counts.