Okay, I'll admit right off that I'm biased. This writer only started putting stories online and his work is absolutely fantastic. I'm a sucker for a story with a good plot, no matter if there's sex involved or not.
While this story is soft on the sexual aspect, it's got enough teeth to pull you in and keep you throughout. To capsulate, a man in a diner hears about a young mother's distress. She's stuck with no where to go and two young children. He's gruff to begin with, doesn't believe in "wasting time" by talking much and can't believe he's getting wrapped up in someone else's problems this way.
Wetapap turns this into a beautiful love story with some serious twists that kind of threw me for a loop and had me rooting with the heroine to win out in the end.
I absolutely loved the slightly older, single set-in-his- way man who had firm beliefs and lived by them. You don't find many like that any more.
I very much recommend this story, it is a winner.