Alfred Jones has had a tough life, and he has the scars and bruises to prove it. The fights he fought. The injuries. The nightmares. The way his face and stomach are sunken in so deep you can see his bones. The pills. His social worker is at her wits end. At least until she finds him a temporary home with the Bonnefoy-Kirkland family, who take him in with open arms. Alfred wishes he could tell them to stop wasting their time. You can't fix this type of broken
Upon his mother abandoning him at a very young age, the responsibility of Alfred F. Jones suddenly falls on his unsuspecting father Arthur Kirkland. Without a mother, Alfred is raised by an unconventional father who pulls him into a very unorthodox family. Will their family finally heal, or will it lay more broken than before?