The Man I Picked Up
Intended for mature audiences
When men' club owner Tamaki closes up one night, he's surprised to find a battered man lying out front in the open. Responding to the man's fear and need, he picks up the stray and takes him home. It soon becomes all-too-apparent that Kouta is much more like a stray, beaten down puppy than even Tamaki had first realized, but it also becomes rather apparent that Kouta feels more than mere gratitude. Is it only pity that Tamaki's generous nature feels tugging at his heart strings, or has the stray Kouta found his home?