After his father disowns him, Colton is desperate, afraid he'll end up on the street until his stepbrother takes him in. Now Blake is a stepbrother and a roommate wrapped up in one hot, bossy package. Colton doesn't know how he is going to cope.
Blake is offering him shelter and support when no one else will. Every other person in Colton's life is afraid of crossing his powerful, homophobic father. But not Blake. He's strong willed and confident. Colton couldn't stand his arrogance until Blake is the only one who reaches out to help him without expecting anything in return.
Blake is smart, always rational, except when it comes to his stepbrother. His father's abuse has left Colton with serious insecurity issues. As Blake helps Colton gain some self-confidence, they both give in to their feelings. But Blake is straight. He can't have feelings for Colton.
Will a threat from Colton's father drive them apart before they can admit their true feelings?