Brent would always protect his little stepbrother, Andy, from anything. Homophobic bullies at school? They were handled. The PE teacher was giving Andy too many long glances? Please—Brent could handle that one in his sleep. So when Andy started coming home with bruises clumsily hidden under his school uniform, Brent assumes he’ll have to get involved again. But what if Andy doesn’t want help this time? How do you protect someone who doesn’t even believe they need protecting?