8 Best Reverse Harem Books Update 05/2022

Reverse Harem Books

One girl, a lot of guys, and a relationship that will make you wonder, “How did this happen?” When I first started reading reverse harem, that was one of the thoughts that came to my mind the most. The whole idea of being with a lot of people at once seemed weird until I read a few stories. I am now officially a part of the group.

I’ve read a lot of reverse harems in the last few months, so I know what they are. Some put me through the wringer, others made me feel like I was on cloud nine, and some were just plain bad. So, I took some of my favorite reverse harem books and came up with a great list of ideas.

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It doesn’t get any better than this: Here are the best books about reverse harem!

Best Contemporary Reverse Harem Books

Torn Apart by K. Webster and Nikki Ash

Torn Apart by K. Webster and Nikki Ash

It’s the story of four people who become entwined in a web of attraction and lust that leaves them even more confused than before.

There are four people in this group: Ashton, the dean’s gay son, his beautiful best friend Mia, the young hockey coach Drew, and the arrogant hockey star Brayden. When their lives become intertwined, they will be forced to go on a journey of self-discovery that will leave them vulnerable and unsure of their unconventional relationship, which will happen when they meet.

If you want to read a story that defies all expectations and doesn’t fit into a box, read Torn Apart. One of the best contemporary reverse harem books has been written by K. Webster and Nikki Ash, and it will be one of the best books ever written.

Joey by J.A. Huss

As soon as a one-night stand leads to a surprise pregnancy, Joey is all set to rise to the occasion. Then, the girl goes away. Six years later, his five-year-old daughter calls him and asks where her Mommy went. That all changes when he gets the call. A professional liar named Brook Adler is hired by Joey and two of his “best friends” to be Joey’s fake fiancée. Joey wants to get back at his parents for not giving him back Maisy.

Not even Joey’s dark past or secret “family business” can stop him from getting to know his daughter. As more and more secrets come out of the woodwork, Joey will have a lot more to think about than his unconventional life and relationships.

Joey is so much fun to read. It has funny parts, sad parts, steamy scenes, and so much more. It will tug at your heartstrings as they go on a journey of self-discovery that will lead them to a more honest and fulfilling relationship in this MMFM story.

Reverse-harem story: Joey is for people who want to read about someone who gets pregnant, gets married to someone who isn’t her real partner and has an intense poly-marriage that will make you root for them right away.

Groupie by C.M. Stunich

Her life takes a turn for the worse because of a text. Five dollars and a torn-up concert ticket leave her with nowhere to go, so she doesn’t want to go. And with that in mind, she decides to go see the rock band in a split second. You can figure out what will happen next.

In the movie “Beauty in Lies,” the five members of the group end up meeting Lilith on a whim. There isn’t even time to think about it when Lilith joins them on the tour and then everything is possible.

Groupie was an interesting book to read. There were a lot of sad parts in the story, but they helped the characters grow and made some things more realistic. Another thing: Also, I was not ready for the first few chapters of the book. I wasn’t ready to go. It went from 0 to 100 in a matter of minutes.

If you want to read one of the best reverse-harem books out there, add Groupie to your TBR list. It’s about an MMMFMM relationship with some MM in it. Let me also say that it is very hot. A few relationships were really important to me.

The Reverse Play by Julia Clarke

The Reverse Play by Julia Clarke

Blake has been obsessed with football since she was a little girl. She wants to one day break through the glass ceiling in the NFL. People didn’t say it was going to be easy, and Blake knows this after being passed over for men with less experience. It isn’t until she meets the wide receiver for the Boston Rebels that she gets her big break, but it was a chance meeting. Working as a consulting coach is a great way for her to show off her skills and show that she can be a game changer in the world of sports. What she didn’t think about were the three offensive players who would make the play of her heart that she didn’t even know about.

Awful that she’s their coach…

To read The Reverse Play if you want to read about a slow-burn sports reverse harem romance, read this book.

Lilac by B.B. Reid

Bound is a world-famous rock band that has made many people fall in love over the years. Braxton Fawn never thought that her big break would come from them. It’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for her when they lose their lead guitarist. As they get ready for their world tour, she’s given the chance of a lifetime. They don’t want her to do well.

If you’re a fan of reverse harem romances with a rockstar twist, Lilac is the book for you.

Taut Strings by Gabrielle Sands

At twenty-one, Adeline has learned that dreams are fragile things that can be broken. Getting turned down by Juilliard made her go into a downward spiral. For months, she couldn’t play her guitar. Her younger sister’s younger sister took care of her when she was just 19 years old. The next twist of fate made her the real caregiver.

Adeline has been working hard for two years now to send her sister to college. Her only chance for a break is when she plays with her band. On stage at her most recent gig, she meets Bleeding Moonlight, a well-known rock band that recently lost their guitarist to an overdose.

To help them record their last album, they make her an offer that she can’t refuse. All good things have to come to an end. Right?

Even if you don’t want to read about a rock star romance, Gabrielle Sand’s first book, Taut Strings, is for you. It’s a mix of both. People who read this book will be hooked for a long time. It has enough passion, steam, angst, and drama to keep anyone reading for hours on end.

Stolen Crush by C.M. Stunich

Stolen Crush by C.M. Stunich

Three DNA tests proved that Dakota Banks was Mia Patterson, the long-lost daughter of a world-famous true crime author. This changed her life for the better.

To have her daughter back home with them, Tess makes Dakota give up her life with the Banks and start a new one as a Vanguard. Too bad no one else wants her there. Most of all, Parrish Vanguard, Dakota’s mean stepbrother who has a PhD in making her life a living hell. Two complicated relationships and a serial killer as a dad make for a tricky welcome home party.

You won’t be able to put Stolen Crush down until the last page. It’s a high school bully reverse harem that you won’t want to put down until the end.

Best High School Bully Reverse Harem Books

Just Drop Out by J. Bree

Following every hit that life has thrown at her, Eclipse Anderson is able to attend the country’s best school, Hannaford Prep. This is her only chance to get out of the hellhole she calls home. Not one, not two, not three, not four, but all four of the school’s reigning monarchs don’t like Lips. Her plans to stay out of the way quickly fall apart when she ends up on their “shit list.” A person who wants revenge will have more to think about than term papers and exams when Lips comes to visit. Fortunately, she has a few tricks up her sleeve that will help her get through the year, no matter what.

To find one of the best reverse harem books, you should read Just Drop Out. It’s got a believable plot, a kickass heroine who gives as good as she gets and a bully school trope.

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