Never fall in love with a customer—especially if it's sex you're selling
Rent boy Nathan's determined to get an education and get off the streets for good. But when he turns up for his first day at college he's horrified to find his English teacher is one of his regular customers: Stephen, the one Nathan dubbed The Voice because of his educated, honeyed tones.
Stephen's just as shocked to see Nathan sitting in his class, not to mention terrified he's about to be exposed as having paid for sex with a student—which would mean public humiliation and could cost him his job. But when Nathan shows he's only interested in getting his A Levels, not in blackmail, Stephen realises there's more to the nineteen-year-old than meets the eye.
Nathan still has to earn a living, though—but when a customer turns ugly, he finds himself unable to work and homeless as well. Stephen steps in to help, and Nathan starts to think they could have a future together—if Stephen's guilt and lack of trust don't end this back-to-front romance before it even starts.