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Harem/poly stories like "The Best of Both Worlds" by Dilettante

tippertop

Pretty much what it says in the title. I'm looking for good harem or polygamy M/F+ stories (and especially ones that didn't get marked as such) that do a good job or showing the group dynamics of such a relationship (without getting too realistic or drama intensive).

Preferably without any mother/son or father/daughter incest.

Bonus points if they have an interesting plot on top.

Some of the stories that I have found and enjoyed are:
It's My Party
Flight of the Code Money
Stories written by colt45

sunkuwan

Living next door to Heaven by aroslav
http://storiesonline.net/s/76350/living-next-door-to-heaven
Heavy Harem Elements with good characterization of the different girls

A well lived life by Penguintopia
http://storiesonline.net/a/Penguintopia
to date 15 books with over 2000kb per book.

LonelyDad
Updated:

Try 'The Best of Both Worlds' by Dilettante.

http://storiesonline.net/s/47809/the-best-of-both-worlds

There's also the trio of stories by HLD.

http://storiesonline.net/series/481/three-girls-and-a-guy

And of course there's 'Kelly' by the Nighthawk.

http://storiesonline.net/s/41217/kelly

Those are three examples off the top of my head.

Edit: Came up with another one. 'Triad' by Wolf

http://storiesonline.net/s/13357/triad

He also has 'Road Trip' and 'Crystal Clear', but they are more a committed couple with several other partners that drift in and out on an irregular basis.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@LonelyDad

Try 'The Best of Both Worlds' by Dilettante.


What part of the thread title did you not understand?

Replies:   Ernest Bywater
Ernest Bywater

@Dominions Son


What part of the thread title did you not understand?


Well, I didn't understand most of it because I don't know the story, and I'm not about to go and read it just to answer this. Since they didn't say much about what the type of story is, most people can only go by what is in the first paragraph of the actual post - thus the nearly meaningless title is easily misunderstood.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@Ernest Bywater

Well, I didn't understand most of it because I don't know the story


You completely missed the point. The title and original post are asking for stories like a particular story by a particular author.

LonelyDad, to whom I was replying, replied recommending the exact story mentioned in the thread title and OP.

Replies:   Ernest Bywater
Ernest Bywater

@Dominions Son

LonelyDad, to whom I was replying, replied recommending the exact story mentioned in the thread title and OP.


then that's surely close enough to it. However, it may well be he listed it so people could find it and read it - he often does that when people list a story without a link. However, I'm getting fed up with people saying "I want a story just like xxxxx" without going into detail about what it is they like about the story. It gives me the impressions they're trying to promote the story, as against those who give generic descriptions of what they seek.

Replies:   tippertop
tippertop
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@Ernest Bywater

Thank you sunkuwan and LonelyDad for the suggestions, I'll be sure to check them out.

However, I'm getting fed up with people saying "I want a story just like xxxxx" without going into detail about what it is they like about the story.


I think the idea is that they are referencing a story because they hope people that have also read and liked it might give some more suggestions like it.

As for "The Best of Both Worlds" it's about as basic as a harem story gets. Guy has girlfriend, girlfriend has friend she wants to share with her boyfriend and it all snowballs from there. It's not that complicated of a story, there is very little drama, but it's written in such a way you don't mind it is smooth sailing from beginning to end.

Lumpy

My story is light on the sex, but meets the rest of what you asked for.

http://storiesonline.net/s/11716/destinys-road-science-fiction-story

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