Elliott feels like his world has spun off its axis, and if he can just get control of his life, he can breathe again. His parents' deaths and his autistic brother's need for a boarding school weigh heavily on him. When Julian hits his bike outside the news office where he works in the press room, he thinks the sultry man is a spoiled brat who knows nothing of real pain. But bringing him under control soothes something in Elliott's soul -- and Julian seems to need a steady hand, too.
Can these two very different men navigate the give-and-take of a relationship unlike any other they've experienced? For both of them, it will be a hard press.