Jacob is a man who requires a certain level of respect to do his job. Rolling over and appearing weak will not work so he has suppressed his own desires. Lee knows precisely who he is and what he desires. Can he persuade Jacob that he can let go of what he doesn't need to control and still be the capable man he is?My main gripe: Dare writes interesting, complicated characters and I really prefer when they are more fully developed. It's like peeping through a window with the curtains drawn except for just that one sliver--I want them drawn back, slowly and completely.