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WILMINGTON, NC, December 02, 2017 /24-7PressRelease/ -- New York Times Best Seller author Margo Bond Collins and Dana Lyons have announced the release of a new reverse harem novel, 'All That Glitters'.
In 'All That Glitters', two shapeshifter packs of survivors drop their rivalry to close ranks and defeat an overwhelming force determined to tear their world apart.
When Jasper, Alia's love, is kidnapped by raiders, she sets out to rescue him, but discovers she needs help. Meanwhile, pack-leader Zina wants a safe haven to raise children. Together they penetrate the Federal Reserve in Manhattan and face a superior and advanced enemy. What the raiders don't count on is the power of love--particularly when it's supported by the women's reverse harems.
"What we both love most about this new release is the way it ties the growing reverse harem trend to our favorite paranormal romance genre," Collins said. "And then we drop all of those characters into a post-apocalyptic world to face apparently impossible odds. This may be the most fun either of us has ever had writing a novel."
Reverse Harem is the hottest new trend in romance-novel genres, enjoying a rapidly expanding fan base. Reverse harem romances involve the relationship of one woman to three or more men, whose job is to love and support, defend and delight the lead female, whether she's a queen, a high school student, or a survivor of the apocalypse. The relationships are deep, committed, and for life, not a sexual free for all. For the readers of reverse harem romances, this commitment is the primary appeal, although the heat levels in the genre can vary widely, ranging from sweet, young-adult romances to more explicit stories.
Unlike many other romance-novel subgenres, reverse harem is categorized by the quality of the relationships rather than the setting. Reverse harem stories can be contemporary, paranormal, science fiction, or even post-apocalyptic romances, as long as the romance is between one woman and three or more men.
In reverse harem romances, shapeshifter storylines are particularly popular at the moment, perhaps because the pack structure familiar to paranormal romance readers transfers easily to the reverse harem formula. In these new stories, rather than having a strong male alpha in charge, the heroine is the leader of the pack, and the pack is her harem.
Margo Bond Collins and Dana Lyons are available for media interviews and can be reached using the information below or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. 'All That Glitters' is available in print and ebook format at Amazon. More information is available at http://www.margobondcollins.net/reverse-harem.
Margo Bond Collins is a New York Times Best Seller author with 20 books to her credit. She is a cross-genre writer and produces works in the paranormal romance, urban fantasy, science fiction and contemporary romance genres.
Dana Lyons was a winner in the 2016 and 2015 '50 Great Writers You Should Be Reading' Awards. She too writes cross-genre. Her body of work includes 'A Love Reborn', 'The Road to Babylon','Heart of the Druae', and'The Rosetta Coin'.
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