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Child of a harem relationship

Lokar
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Does anyone know of any stories where the protagonist is the child of a polygamous relationship? Leefstic by John Wales was like that, but it was just a very small part in the beginning but it was a part I found interesting. I'd like to read something where the family dynamic is there throughout the story.

It could be any genre, not too fond of sadistic or arrogant protagonists, nor swingin'n'swappin'.

tendertouch

@Lokar

Brian in the Dark's Dizyntk society is largely based upon polyamorous groupings with Feyalisa being a prime example of a main character raised in that environment.

LonelyDad

In the later Florida Friends stories we see a lot of the kids when they are older and see how they behave and interact with others.

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tippertop

Considering OP said no swinging and swapping partners I imagine Florida Friends is a no go.

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AmigaClone

@Lokar

Try Quest for Knowledge by colt45.

Note that there is incest in this story between the protagonist and three half sisters who are part of his harem that forms in this story. The protagonist's father has an aunt and a cousin as part of his harem

Lokar
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@LonelyDad


In the later Florida Friends stories we see a lot of the kids when they are older and see how they behave and interact with others.


While swinging isn't what I'm looking for right now, I've read Vacation and Vacation Two and I liked the stories, but I'm hesitant to continue reading the series.

I'd like to continue reading Steve's and Sue's story, but it seems that they don't show up as protagonists until maybe story #8 judging from the descriptions. The one-off stories in Florida Friends' desriptions doesn't grip me, and I'm not really interested in reading Chuck Johnsons story, since while some guys find big boobs, long legs or a round ass the best attributes on a woman, I like slim stomachs the best, and the description says that Chucks love interest is about 350 pounds, which sounds very unappealing to me. If I'm going to read such a long story, I want to atleast find the main love interest attractive.

At what point (if ever) is Steve the protagonist once again, and is it really necessary to read the stories inbetween to follow the story?


Try Quest for Knowledge by colt45.

Note that there is incest in this story between the protagonist and three half sisters who are part of his harem that forms in this story. The protagonist's father has an aunt and a cousin as part of his harem


Thanks for the recommendation, read that already though and as I recall the protagonists interactions with his mothers are very minimal, so not quite what I'm looking for anyways. There wasn't any real "family life with poly parents".

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tendertouch

@Lokar

Rotedrachen's "Wizard's Legacy"
Shakes Peer 2B's "Bodyguards II" and "Bodyguards III", though it's a little different and there's an element of swinging/sharing involved.

LonelyDad

@tippertop

Considering OP said no swinging and swapping partners I imagine Florida Friends is a no go.

Actually, he said not fond of. Yes there is swinging going on, but all of the kids are offspring of the correct pairing of mother and father. It is just that there are several mothers associated with one father for the children old enough to be relevant.

LonelyDad

@Lokar

At what point (if ever) is Steve the protagonist once again, and is it really necessary to read the stories inbetween to follow the story?

Bobby moves out of the main picture in either 'Always Finding Trouble' or 'Chuck's Forced Vacation'. After that the Fab Five from 'Job Hunt' show up again plus some others. Steve's and Chuck's stories intermingle again in 'Steve and Chuck', 'Steve and Chuck Go Sailing', and 'Steve & Chuck Changes and Life Adjustments'. Steve and his ladies also show up in 'Chuck and Lisa'
I didn't really like Bobby that much either, but to each his own. I'm hoping for at least one more so we can see how the Chuck, Lisa, and Tina situation gets resolved.

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