Niall Horan is not your average fifteen-year-old teenager. He's never moody, grumpy, rude or reckless. He's quite the opposite, actually. He loves his parents, two hardworking people who have taught him that, in order to get somewhere in life, you have to do your best and never give up. That's why he's always trying to do well in school and trying his hardest to get into a good university. To make something of his life, to make his parents proud.
However, his simple life as a happy child is abruptly crashed when the police show up at his front door, some bizarre explanation telling him that the people who raised him are, in fact, his abductors.
He is supposed to go back to his biological father who has been searching for him since he was kidnapped at only three months old, and Niall discovers that not only is he living with two men now, but also with his siblings that are more than curious about their long lost brother.