Well, Red and Bull all twisted up - they sure are, and it is all due to Dillon, who is a teen that attends the art class that Red runs at The Bennett Centre. Red wasn't sure at first about the art class, but I think in a way it was therapeutic for him too, to have art as something to be enjoyed, not just as an outlet for his anger.
Bull is as protective as ever over Red, but Dillon has managed to tie him up in knots!! Bull is not sure if he can help Dillon, but with his family beside him, he wants to try. Although he is big, Bull is totally soft, but Dillon is still so unsure of him.
Both Red and Bull want to try and help Dillon, but Dillon is not sure who he can trust, the only person he does trust at the moment is his nan. Things move slowly, with nobody really wanting to spook Dillon, until the day that his nan had decided to contact his birth father. Dillon did not take this well, and he ran out of his nans' house, with no real destination in mind.
Now is when Dillon finds out just how big the family of Red and Bull is, when they all set out to find him. I think Dillon is overwhelmed that they are all concerned about him, and just want to make sure he is safe. He has never had this before, so is unsure of what to do.
âWill Red and Bull be able to help Dillon continue to feel safe? Will Dillon actually want to stay with them, as he is already living with his nan? Will Dillon ever feel safe enough to completely open up to them, and talk about his fears?
âI really did enjoy this book, and it brought home to me how not everyone has a parent or parents that care about them. I am also looking forward to the next story in the series, which I believe or rather hope will be Ruperts story, and here is one very complex man, with lots of hidden secrets I think.