The Step-Father (MxM)

The Step-Father (MxM)

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SeizeTheButt By SeizeTheButt Updated Aug 05, 2015

Everyone has their own secrets, something of which can be hidden on a day to day basis. However, for one individual, that kind of discretion was about to run out. Subsequent of a spiel of events, Sam has escaped from his father in London to seek refuge in the one place that he felt he could go.   
Florida.    
The very day that he showed up on his mother's doorstep was the first time that he had seen her since he was eight years old. With an annoying (yet surprising) roommate, an all knowing friend, and a little sister that he knew nothing about – just how much could he take on board?       
Well, of course it’s fair to mention his mother’s fiancé, who should really start wearing something more than underwear around the house. Then again, Sam wasn't exactly complaining. Much.

I live in Jacksonville Florida. Palm trees you will find them but live on the north side. You will find pine trees too
I live in south Florida and there's literally Palm trees at the air ports and surrounding the publix plaza by my house
BreakfestIsthisWay BreakfestIsthisWay Feb 13, 2015
Dude your dad isn't even your dad anymore and you don't really have any good memories of him it's only reasonable that you wouldn't care
AGameOfBooks AGameOfBooks Oct 08, 2014
Not gonna lie, I'm havin some impure thoughts about that guy on the cover 
                              
                              
                              God: Girl, drink this *hands holy water*
                              Me: Why?
                              God: You're not you when you're thirsty
                              Better?
                              Me: Better
NaturalHerbivore NaturalHerbivore Jun 14, 2014
@SeizeTheButt Hey, it's your book, you would have every right to stalk your comments. I know I would if I wrote books. And you're welcome. Please continue your amazing work.
NaturalHerbivore NaturalHerbivore May 24, 2014
This story is slighty confusing, but it's definitely good. I'll continue to read it. I also really like your higher vocabulary.