Teague can finally relax and allow his lovers to care for him, but do they really know all of him?
Part of Teague Sullivan’s identity comes from working for Green and Lady Cory; it’s something he’s proud of, something he feels makes him worth loving. So when Jack steps out of line, it’s Teague’s job to put his lover in his place. But accepting the consequences for being both a lover and a leader may be too much for Teague to handle.
Katy and Lady Cory need to set Jack straight about the way things work on the hill, and Green needs to set Teague straight about the workings of his own heart, but in the end, it all comes down to Jack and Teague. Can they be straight with each other about who they are and what they need?