Cason’s story of debauchery manages to break the ice between him and his boss, yet Cason is hiding a secret that’s eating him up a little.
Cason is back home after his day out paint balling. But he’s unsure if life as a Londoner is all it’s cracked up to be.
Paint flies from all angles, yet the only thing in Cason’s mind is Mr Gareth Fleischer. Cason just can’t seem to shake the discomfort that his tattooed painter is far from what he expected.
Cason and Dominique meet the Tattooed painter Gareth for a day out, only to find there are multiple surprises in store for both of them.
It’s Pride Month, and nice surprises greet Cason from every angle. But just how nice are they, and do they come with a price?
After a lavish afternoon in Harrods, Cason is yet again asked to perform a favour, yet this time, it will question his morals.
Cason defends himself against Christiansen’s annoyance, only to be rescued and invited out by an unexpected friend.
With his elite social circle ever growing, Cason is put to work by his new friend to make a cake that gets the attention of a successful artist.
After having received an odd message from his boss, Cason is now unsure how to act around the man he had forever looked up to.
On his first day as Christiansen’s apprentice, Cason finds himself friends with a successful gallery owner.