He fell from his ivory tower and landed in the gutter…
But Sebastian would rather be homeless and hungry than clueless.
On his way to the food pantry, a guy on his cell phone runs into him and triggers his prickly side. As a sign of goodwill, Louis offers to cook for him. But all Sebastian sees is the privilege he used to have.
This isn’t a fairytale. Louis isn’t Prince Charming. And Sebastian can make it on his own.
But it’s been days since he’s had a hot meal. And a blizzard is coming.
Will Sebastian’s pride be his appetizer?
Socks for an Otter is a heartwarming riches-to-rags MM romance brewed with hurt/comfort, comedy, a second chance at love, age gap, millionaires, and men from different worlds who will give you all the feels.
274 Pages | 5-6 Hours | 69K Words
riches to rags, age gap, homeless, widower, second chance at love,
dramedy, heartwarming, holiday, fish out of water, hand-feeding kink, mild angst
I thoroughly recommend!
This was a fantastic hurt/comfort story, emotional, sweet, angsty, hot, with awesome main and secondary characters and a very strong plot that I’m sure will remain with me for a long time.
A realistic look at homelessness
One of the things that really got to me about this book is that it doesn’t glamourize homelessness. Nor does it gloss it over. We get what I think is a realistic look at homelessness, especially when it comes to being a single, gay man.
A charming story with a relevant message for today
I loved this story, how transparent the characters were, and how real the tent city became for me. I recommend this to anyone who could use a smile and perhaps some inspiration of their own.
I absolutely loved Sebastian and Louis together
I really loved this book and it gave me all the warm feels that I wanted. Louis and Sebastian are sweet and sexy together and the story has a really nice message without being saccharin. I am so glad I picked up this story and can definitely recommend it.