Sea-Life's Worlds of Light stories. There's a little family tension very early on but it's resolved and thereafter the families are loving and supportive. The stories mostly don't center on the families but they're a part of them.
JRyter's stuff frequently has strong family bonds. Opinions on the story quality vary.
EzzyB's stories feature a couple of loving, supportive families, but they aren't the focus of the stories.
Thanks for your suggestions. I'll check out Sea-Life and EzzyB, but I'm not too keen on JRyter. I tried reading his All American Boy back when I was reading sport stories and while I don't expect a deep plot from a erotica with all the sex tags that the story has, I found it cringeworthy and dropped it about 10 chapters in. Every time he "saluted" I wanted to punch a whole through the screen. When he meets up with his friend, does he wave, greet him, or give him a hand shake? No he salutes him. When he scores on the field, does he offer a high five like someone normally does? No, he salutes his friend. Honestly if all the salutes that was so cringey in the story were exchanged for normal greetings and high fives etc, and if he was a bit more possessive of atleast his girlfriend (encouraging her to have oral sex with another guy comes awfully close to swinging in my book, which I really dislike) I would probably have finished it atleast.
Do you know if his other stuff suffer from the same type of writing? Because All American Boy reads like it was written by a 13 year old, which would be fine since it's from a 13 year olds perspective, so it makes sense that his thoughts are immature and cringey, but everyone around him acts like you would expect them to in a 13 year olds fantasy. They repeatably validates his childish behavior and even tells him that he's as mature as an adult when he more or less is acting like a 6 year old except that he's got a big dick and a big sex drive which apparently makes him mature.
If this is a fair representation of his other work, I don't think I'll pick up anything else by JRyter.