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5 Rom-Com Reverse Harem Book Recommendations

Last updated on December 15, 2020

After some tearjerkers, it’s time to lighten things up with these hilariously funny Why Choose rom-com books. All of these were in KU last I checked. If you don’t have Kindle Unlimited, sign up now and save!

All of these books, like everything on this site, are recommended only for those age 18+

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Hilariously Funny Reverse Harem Book Collection

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Signs of Cupidity
By Raven Kennedy

Complete series!
This book had me chuckling out loud at this unwilling cupid’s shenanigans! Hijinks ensue when a cupid gets bored. This trilogy is complete and you’ll definitely want to read them all! If you want a fun world to escape into for awhile, you’ll find it here.
Highly recommend!
First Moon
By Jacquelyn Faye

Complete series!
This supernatural series is complete at 7 books! Medium burn with some m/m starting in Book 4. Someone described this as Gilmore Girls meets Sabrina the Teenage Witch. So hilarious you’ll be laughing out loud.
I’m Cursed
By Kat Quinn

Medium burn with m/m. This book starts at a breakneck speed chock full of goofy chaos that will have you guffawing in no time. Warning: the rest of the series isn’t out.
By Raven Kennedy

Yes, I know I already have one Raven Kennedy book in this collection, but this is another hilarious read! This is an odd series because each book is a standalone, and book one is the only one that’s truly RH. Still, this book is full of puns and fun.
Virgo Rising
By M.J. Marstens

Complete series!
An amusing twist on astrology and the zodiac. Some BDSM. Cliffhanger warning, but this trilogy is complete! Definitely heed the author’s warning: “Please do not eat or drink anything while reading in case choking ensues from laughter.”

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