A boy who is scared of being caged again. A Daddy who’s about to rescue the world. Will they trust each other to fall in love when their future is unknown?
Throwing Jake and his brothers out of the Tin Bar seems like a good idea to Aaron. It avoids a fight with another Daddy, and he doesn’t have to watch Jake play with another boy all evening.
Why does the guy who presses each one of Jake’s Daddy buttons hate him so much? Jake’s given up trying to attract his attention. Aaron clearly doesn’t like him, and Jake needs to focus on the case.
Only Aaron’s actions have unexpected consequences, and Jake brings his dream boy into the Brenner household. Aaron has good reason to avoid being caged. Can Jake persuade Aaron to wait for him or is it better to let his songbird go?