Coomer oriented fantasy/sci fi: harems, sexy settings, just good fantasy with lots of lewd

Any recommendations on that account:
I picked up Princess of Mars - hot damn a planet where women don't wear clothes? sure I will read that.
Except the girl is barely in it. Nice action, but I've read so much fantasy action, it doesn't move me anymore. I checked out in middle of second book.

Tried out Gor - that's supposed to have ton of sexy stuff. It kind of does, I like the world building and I like the action and it has a nice amount of lewd... but the author just keeps repeating himself so much with the maledom fetish. Every dialogue between a man and a woman is the same. 3 books in I am at a point of "oh god, MC is talking to a woman again... skip." And than i remembered - aren't I slogging through this series for the lewd, and now I am at a point where I am skipping every scene involving a woman? Dropped it somewhere near end of third book.

Had fun with some modern harem stuff - Good Intentions series by Elliott Kay, Daniel Black by E. Williams Brown.

About than started getting fed up with OP MC trope which soured me on every other harem I found.

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  1. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Probably not the kind of stuff you're looking for, but as a coomer I found 1984 to be a very erotic book. I guess most people would disagree thoughbeit.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I read that in school and yes, the romance was on point and heartbreaking.

      Try coomer-era Heinlein (Time Enough for Love,
      To Sail Beyond the Sunset)

      thanks.I know I've read the first one, though by now, I barely remember the plot, but definitely not the second one. Will revisit the author

      You read the Book of The New Sun? It's basically a harem anime.
      I think I understand you. You're not looking for straight up porn, but a kind of romantic development in the stories. Read the dragonlance chronicles. The kind of romance you're looking for is there.

      >Book of The New Sun
      At first glance at cover and description, this is not a series I would have tried otherwise. But I am going to trust you anon.

      for all fellow coomers, I would also suggest Pierce Anthony, though his stuff is weird. I would call it 'whimsical horny' - in my early 20s I couldn't get enough of his stuff.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >found 1984 to be a very erotic book
      To me it was romance, too bad for the shitty ending.

  2. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Neither ER Burroughs nor RE Howard have nearly as much coomer content as the cover art and later comics would lead you to believe. You should still read them because they're great for other reasons, but don't expect anything titillating.

  3. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Berserk until the end of the Conviction Arc

  4. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    >Tried out Gor - that's supposed to have ton of sexy stuff. It kind of does, I like the world building and I like the action and it has a nice amount of lewd... but the author just keeps repeating himself so much with the maledom fetish.
    I haven't really read Gor but I want to see a novel like this where Earth figures this out and invades them.

  5. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    You read the Book of The New Sun? It's basically a harem anime.
    I think I understand you. You're not looking for straight up porn, but a kind of romantic development in the stories. Read the dragonlance chronicles. The kind of romance you're looking for is there.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      >You read the Book of The New Sun? It's basically a harem anime.
      Wtf I was told it's the dark souls of fantasy literature, have I been rused yet again?

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        It has more in common with alice in wonderland than dark souls

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        It's both. Don't act like Dark Souls isn't pure /coomercore/

  6. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Try coomer-era Heinlein (Time Enough for Love,
    To Sail Beyond the Sunset)

  7. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    just watch porn like a normal person you fricking degenerate homosexual

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      All of us have a little femininity. Consuming your porn in book form is quite an innocent effeminacy in the age of gays and trannies.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      porn is gay.
      Why would I want to watch some other dude frick girls? I prefer books where I can self insert into the hero that goes around fricking girls.

  8. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    Is there any good femdom literature other than Venus in Furs?

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      Have never really seen anything in that lane. Closest ones I know of

      Sarah Hawke's Amazon Pledge series.
      Its not femdom literature, its a harem of 2 girls and one guy, but one of the girls is domineering in a teasing way. The main antagonist in the series is a cult of women assassins that empower themselves by capturing male sorcerers and draining the magic from them by bleeding them. One of those assassins decided that she prefers getting her magic via more humane ways that happen to be pleasant for men.

      Sword of Truth series by Terry Goodkind has 2 or 3 episodes were things go heavily into femdom. In general it has a lot of coomer fanservice.

      There is also smut works like The Easily Defeated Hero’s Monster Girl Adventure by Clover Amanda
      That's femdom, but its the kind of literature that probably started on literotica or a similar site

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        >Sarah Hawke's Amazon Pledge series
        This sounds awesome. Thanks, anon.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      https://sennadar.com/Subjugation-Books.html
      self published online series
      I've only read half way into the first book, I don't remember any explicit femdom, but the series is built on a very femdom premise.

      An alien empire shows up on earth, and its an empire of blue skinned hot babes called Faye. They give Earth an ultimatum: "surrender or get conquered", the planet governments chicken out at fighting against a space faring empire and surrender. The Faye come down and establish feudal control over the planet they are psychic and can read human thoughts so they are able to quickly filter through the population and pick out every cell of resistance and opposition and turn the planet into a agricultural and resource extraction world, with all humans under the boot with no hope. No way to organize any resistance against a technological superior overlords that can scan the thoughts of any human they see at leisure.

      And the story is about a guy who is able to resist the scans and he goes from zero to don't-want-to-spoil-it.

      The bits I remember - the Faye are very into public nudity. They don't quite go naked in public, but they strip at the drop of a hat. Also sexually aggressive and no problem picking out human guys to use as their playthings.

      That all said, I don't remember anything very explicit aside from mention of naked blue alien girls.

      • 1 month ago
        Anonymous

        Reminds me somewhat of Starhammer. The protagonist is a sex slave for some alien at the start of the book.

  9. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    What are the best mysoginistic fantasy/sci fi books? Books where women are submissive and docile?

  10. 1 month ago
    Anonymous

    I was in the same path as you. Truth is you won't find anything which explicitly depicts sex, harem, rape, pedophilia. I guess maybe in LitRPG you will find some of that stuff. But I think you will be more lucky just reading manga.

  11. 1 month ago
    Anonymouṡ

    <Pic attached> will be surprisingly adult for anyone expecting Watership Down II. Basic premise: protag is sexy 15-y-o girl living with her foster-parents in the middle of nowhere. Stepfather seduces her, stepmother finds out about their affair & sells her to sex traffickers. Rollicking adventures ensue. The only problem is most of the powerful people she meets aren't actually very nice, so it's not that comfy. But there are some interesting scenes & it's obviously better written than most fantasy.

    Most memorable character: the cool sadomasochistic lesbian psycho b***h high priestess.

    • 1 month ago
      Anonymous

      I remember that one. Found it sexy as a young adult, but remembering it now - felt like it was aimed at the female demographic. Better than most other books so aimed because it was written by a guy.

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