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Incest stories

Peacemann

Can someone recommend me some incest stories leading to harem situations? It would be better if romance is included the tags

zellus

http://storiesonline.net/s/52707/six-times-a-day
http://storiesonline.net/a/Spacer_X

ustourist

@Peacemann

Have a look at some of the stories by peterbeater only one states harem, but a few are multiple partner / incest.

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
Crumbly Writer

@ustourist

For those who have trouble with both harem and incest plots, I've written several which try to work around the conflicts. My "Great Death" and "Catalyst" series try to build a reasonable explanation for why harems would work, while "Catalyst" and my "Not-Quite Human" series focus on situations where incest isn't quite as it appears (i.e. there are reason behind it). In other words, they're 'pseudo-incest' stories, where the details behind why they're together is part of the plot, only discovered as the story unfolds.

Dominions Son

@Crumbly Writer

My "Great Death" and "Catalyst" series try to build a reasonable explanation for why harems would work


Harems can work in the real world but not every guy can have one.

As to making them work on a large scale, any event that causes a large disturbance in the natural gender ratio so that you are left with a lot more women than men will do it.

Dominions Son

@Crumbly Writer

My "Great Death" and "Catalyst" series try to build a reasonable explanation for why harems would work


Harems can work in the real world but not every guy can have one.

As to making them work on a large scale, any event that causes a large disturbance in the natural gender ratio so that you are left with a lot more women than men will do it.

Replies:   Crumbly Writer
Crumbly Writer

@Dominions Son

As to making them work on a large scale, any event that causes a large disturbance in the natural gender ratio so that you are left with a lot more women than men will do it.

In "Catalyst", the harems were based on the relationship between the man who gave them their 'abilities', thus the relationships were both voluntary (several refused) and were primarily a form of 'thanks' for what he'd offered them.

In "Great Death", it's an apocalyptic world. Since many women wanted to sink their hooks on the one man likely to survive, his main girlfriend allowed other women to join them, as long as they respected her position as queen-bee.

One key, though, is often in these types of stories, they guy tries to resist, allowing the women an out as they don't like the idea of accumulating women.

samuelmichaels

@Peacemann

How about Help! by Lazlong?

cantamelon


Phil Brown has a series with both.

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