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cfuson001

Recently got kindle unlimited to read the Star Force series, does anyone know of any other stories on there that has sex and a plot? pref ficton/fantasy or sci fi, harem is also ok.

Replies:   Switch Blayde
Switch Blayde

@cfuson001

kindle unlimited


One of my novels is available on KU ("Sexual Awakening" by S.W. Blayde). However, it's not Fantasy or SciFi or harem. It is fiction, revenge, romance, vigilante, murder mystery, and erotica.

Franco
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Vector by Michael Dalton is kind of sf/mystical and one of the best stories I have ever read, with or without graphic sex, and it has plenty of that. It's not KU - $2.99 on Amazon and probably other places. It's available for free on the internet, but it will take some searching to find it.

His other pen name is Richard Bissell and you can find those stories on the internet too but it will require extensive searching. He got a new job about two years ago and hasn't posted anything since then that I know of.

Available on KU are stories by Y. Falstaff. They're comic sf and kind of kinky and bizarre - but no m/m sex as far as I know.

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Not_a_ID
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Terms Of Enlistment by Marks Kloos. No sex. First in a very good series about Earth fighting against an invasion of giant aliens. The whole series is free on KU.


The Audible audio books for them are also some of the least expensive I've noticed, then again, I might have caught a sale. No major complaints about the professional narration. Although there is a very tiny amount of sexual content in the series, most of it is only is alluded to, and exceptionally rare. The MC spends most of his time deployed and apart from his SO, whom he remains faithful to.

Portals Of Infinity series by John van Stry. Sexy but no real sex IIRC. A normal guy is chosen to be the champion of a god on another plane and gets into all sorts of shit on multiple worlds.


It should be noted, this is technically a "furry" story, as the story's MC becomes a Champion for the god of a bunch of Cat-people, so he spends a fair bit of time as a Cat-Man. Of course, that means Cat-Girls. It will even gender-bend at one point and feature someone getting pregnant while female. But on a scale of 1 to 10 for just how "furry" it is, it's maybe a 3, a 2 is probably closer to what's been written.

The sex that happens is "off stage" but it is made clear that it is happening.

Wild Wastes series by Randi Darren. Has sex. Post apocalyptic harem sf about a mostly human ranger who keeps running into attractive nonhuman women.


Only made it part way in so far, but it is languishing in my queue. Finding this one a bit hard to get into myself.

Dark Dungeon series by D. R. Rosier. Dungeon fantasy about a dungeon core that gets more and more involved in the outside world as it gets more powerful. Not my favorite series, but does have explicit sex scenes.


That one was my first foray into the "Dungeon Core" subset of LitRPG. While I find the whole dungeon core concept weird and a bit disturbing, Dark Dungeon pulls it off fairly well.

Apocalypse Gates by Daniel Schinhofen. Modern litrpg that has Earth turned into a game-like setting. Not my favorite but does have explicit sex.


Just based on its description, it's been languishing in the "I'll probably get around to reading it, eventually" pile. And it's only there because of Alpha World(That's Alpha as in Alpha Testing for software) and Last Horizon. Schinhofen is engaging enough to keep me in the book, just not completely enamored with how he wrapped up Last Horizon. Alpha World is still in progress as a series, so we'll see on that front.

Edit: And I guess I'll plug Michael Chatfield into the mix. I've only read the (recently completed) Emerilia series (starting title: The Trapped Mind Project) as the concept he went with was interesting, to say the least. Little to no sex, in it as well. Schinhofen is the better writter of the two IMO if you're going for one or the other in regards to LitRPG(and Schinhofen WILL do sex scenes).

cfuson001
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Ill def check out Good Intentions series by Elliott Kay, sounds like something i would really enjoy, keep the recs coming.

Also m/F books featuring milfs with real romance and issues would be good if anyone knows if KU has any of those.

LonelyDad

@Franco

Michael Dalton is on IRC. The eGirl, The Teaser, The Wizard' Daughters, The Witches' Covenant.

His alter ego is on there too, but only My Sister the Sex Addict.

cfuson001

Wow ok so Good Intentions series by Elliott Kay, book 1 was amazing but book 2 was terrible, and i didn't even bother with book 3 i just read reviews on it and the author seemed to have went threw a big SJW movement when he was writing it.

please for the love of god stop recommending cheating/swinging stories.

Replies:   Not_a_ID  rkimmelerre
Not_a_ID

@cfuson001

please for the love of god stop recommending cheating/swinging stories.


That sometimes comes along with the whole "harem" thing unless stipulated up front.

AFAIK, none of the titles I commented on fall into that category anyhow. Closest is Alpha World, where the MC ends up married to a Succubus who wants him to have a harem? Yet even with that, at least the women are remaining faithful to their partners.

Replies:   samuelmichaels
samuelmichaels

@Not_a_ID

D R Rosier has a number of his older stories on Lit, as magicwrt, I think. If you like one of them, you are likely to enjoy others.

Micahel Dalton has written a number of good erotic stories on the Internet; most are now hard to find.

Randi Darren also writes as William D Arand, which has some KU novels with harem/monster girl motifs.

John van Stry also writes as Jan Stryvant, with some KU stories featuring a furry harem, with some minor (and completely unnecessary) LitRPG elements.

Michael-Scott Earle has some harem-type novels on KU -- try Tamer.

LonelyDad

If you go to ASSTR and put his name [I believe I used MichaelD] in the search box you can find several of his stories, even though he no longer is listed in the author section.

rkimmelerre

@cfuson001

Elliott Kay was a big ol' SJW when he wrote the first one, too. For the record.

Can you please tell me why harem stories are okay but swinging stories aren't? I'm genuinely curious.

Replies:   Blakt
cfuson001
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Also found a nice little series on KU called "The Velens Legacy" that is pretty great, think im on book 3 at the moment and enjoying it greatly.

Blakt
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@rkimmelerre


Can you please tell me why harem stories are okay but swinging stories aren't? I'm genuinely curious.


I think it boils down to the fact that to most people it's a more appealing fantasy to be the interest of affection of multiple women than to fantasize about your lovers getting it on with someone else. Sure some people are into that, I just think it's less common.

Harem stories are almost always wish fulfillment, and I think that alot of men have had some fantasies like that. In my opinion, alot of harem stories that includes swinging/sharing aspects does a mistake when they do that without any tags or warning, because the guys who enjoy reading and fantasizing about being the center of a harem are the last guys that want to read about swinging, since the whole point for them is to be the target of affection.

I understand why some harem books goes for the open relationship route, to make it somewhat realistic and fair. If the girls have to share the guy, he can share the girls, right? Sure, that makes sense and is fair, but it kind of ruins the whole fantasy of alot of harem readers. It might be pretentious, but hey, it's a fantasy.

It can make for some great stories with swinging/sharing, but I think that it's important that they have the tags and not like cfuson001 put it, drop it on people like a bomb, since it can be the opposite of what the reader is looking for.

Replies:   robberhands  Not_a_ID
robberhands

@Blakt

I'm ashamed to admit that from my personal point of view I'd have to agree with everything you stated.

Not_a_ID

@Blakt

Harem stories are almost always wish fulfillment, and I think that alot of men have had some fantasies like that. In my opinion, alot of harem stories that includes swinging/sharing aspects does a mistake when they do that without any tags or warning, because the guys who enjoy reading and fantasizing about being the center of a harem are the last guys that want to read about swinging, since the whole point for them is to be the target of affection.


You're forgetting the "pimp" scenarios in all of this.

Not_a_ID

And to augment the last, the "harem" for some guys doesn't necessarily require any kind of deep commitment on anybody's part, in particular the guy. The "harem" part simply denotes "very large pool of women which are sexually available to them."

For which swinging and swapping are a means to that end: Having sex with even more women.

Relationships not required.

Blakt
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And to augment the last, the "harem" for some guys doesn't necessarily require any kind of deep commitment on anybody's part, in particular the guy. The "harem" part simply denotes "very large pool of women which are sexually available to them."

For which swinging and swapping are a means to that end: Having sex with even more women.

Relationships not required.


I'd argue that's not really a harem though. I'd say that's more like a free love commune.

The word 'Harem' literally means the "a sacred inviolable place; harem; female members of the family" according to wikipedia.

In the past, where harems first came from, the royal harems were guarded by eunuchs and other men weren't even allowed to see them. Not even their own male children, once they weren't pre-pubescent anymore.

I think that you have confused "harem" with having sex with multiple women. It's NOT a denotation for "very large pool of women which are sexually available to them.".

It's not about having sex with multiple women. It's about having a family with multiple women. That's what the word itself means. It's hard to have that without having relationships, wouldn't you agree?

Replies:   Switch Blayde  Not_a_ID
Switch Blayde

@Blakt

Not even their own male children, once they weren't pre-pubescent anymore.


There's a story idea. The patriarch is getting old and the women in his harem have needs. At his age, there's just so much of him to go around so the women go unsatisfied. And then the oldest woman's son reaches puberty and sneaks in to satisfy the women. He's young and can do several women in one visit. Does he do his mother? Depends on the author's feelings about incest.

Replies:   cfuson001
cfuson001
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@Switch Blayde

I think this would work as long as you don't make the old man the mc, you would have to make the son the mc and also make the old man evil and/or an asshole.

Not_a_ID

@Blakt

I think that you have confused "harem" with having sex with multiple women. It's NOT a denotation for "very large pool of women which are sexually available to them.".

It's not about having sex with multiple women. It's about having a family with multiple women. That's what the word itself means. It's hard to have that without having relationships, wouldn't you agree?


Hate to tell you this, but the language has shifted, a pimp's "stable of women" (available for prostitution) now also uses "harem" as a synonym, and has for years. It may solidly fall in the category of "technically incorrect usage" but lingual shifts are rarely concerned about that kind of thing.

cfuson001

I actually found a great series on KU that's going into my top 5 fiction/fantasy/erotica list, its called "Warlock's Son: An Andrew Moore Novel" a 3 part series by D. R. Rosier so i def recommend that to anyone who has KU.

Haven't read anything else that's great on KU, most of the novels i read i drop within the first 50 pages but im still looking to find more "hidden gems".

cfuson001
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Still looking for a few more reads, regular romances are ok if its fiction, fantasy or sci fi and has a male MC.

Replies:   Not_a_ID
Not_a_ID
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@cfuson001

Probably not your "cup of tea" but for "Sex Magic taken to an extreme" C. W. Milligan's The Sanctuary of Harmony might get either some laughs or faps depending on your preferences. Certainly not particularly romantic, and all kinds of "sharing" going on once the sex-magic thing comes into play. (It basically becomes a "Stroke" story with some plot)

But it takes getting past the first few chapters which most certainly are not sexy. Lack of reviews on Amazon seems to be keeping any follow-up from happening at present.

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