Not Quite Prey: Harem/Reverse Harem Urban Fantasy
by Kaye Draper
When life seems to good to be true, it usually is. That’s a lesson that monster hunter Sam Forrest learned early and has had beaten into them often. So, when their relationship with two amazing guys and the luxury of a big paycheck from their last job seems too good to be true….
Tensions in Westhold are rising with the ascension of a new leader who has some radical ideas about what the relationship between humans, curs, and fiends should look like. Sam soon finds themselves swept up in the upheaval that comes with changing the status quo. Just when Sam finally lets their guard down, they end up reeling from the loss of someone close to them, which throws them into a battle with the wild instincts of their shifter side. Hunters like Sam are often hired to kill curs who go feral under stress. This time, it might be Sam who ends up as the prey.
I love reverse harem, but I got sick of reading the same old tropes. In my books you will find atypical characters and varied sexuality. In general, you probably won’t find many alpha males or fainting females, and relationships may have a more poly feel.
The Not Quite series is a harem/reverse harem urban fantasy series of novellas (between 35,000-45,000 words) and contains the following:
*adult language, and lots of it
*moderate levels of violence/gore/action
*graphic sexual situations
*polyamory/ multiple lovers
*LBGTQ and straight themes (the main character is intersex and will have both male and female lovers, and this is a harem, so expect M/F, M/M, F/F, MMMFF etc.)
*as usual, my characters all have their own emotional scars. This means the books MAY contain mentions of abuse, unpleasant situations, etc. Please do not read if you are triggered by things like this. This book in particular has several mentions and flashbacks to past abuse.
*occasional “cliff-hangers” or lead-ins to the next book may occur, though generally at least one major plot arc shows completion or at the very least, forward progress.
*word count does not include teaser chapters or other fluff material at the end.