Gesa does NOT have a pride. Only male gryphons need a whole harem of lovers to stroke their egos. But when a fortune-telling fox from the county fair and a captive mute sea-dweller turn to Gesa for help, she can’t turn them away. Sometimes being a creature of valor and loyalty is a pain in the ass.
Meanwhile, Gesa’s stubborn fae lover, Oisin, is on edge. Danger is creeping nearer, and he is determined to face it alone, as he always has—even if it destroys him. Add in a controlling politician of unknown origin, the building family drama Gesa is determined to ignore back in the clan lands, and some time spent tracking down imps.
Maybe it will take an entire pride to survive this after all.
I was tired of reading the same old thing over and over again in reverse harem. Sick of all alpha male and fainting female all the time—and desperate to be able to tell the male characters apart—I tried to infuse some variety into my story. Gesa might not be your cup of tea, and that’s okay—she doesn’t care. Her lovers are as varied in physicality and personality as they are in supernatural race. And the characters all have their own definition of sexuality. I know reverse harem is all about the fantasy, and my fantasy is a bit outside the norm. You’ve been warned.
Story length definitions:
Flash fiction: 200-2,000 words
Short story: 1,500-7,500 words
Novelette: 7,500-15,000 words
Novella: 15,000-40,000 words
Novel: 50,000 words and up.
*Gesa’s Menagerie books are novellas of between 30,000-40,000 words.*