We’re on tour with House of Aves by Crea Reitan!
About House of Aves
I’ve been a prisoner in my own home for as long as I can remember.
When both of my older siblings died at a young age, my parents became obsessive in protecting me, to keep me alive. I’m not allowed contact with anyone. I’ve attended every year of school remotely straight through university.
My life changes drastically when I go for a yearly physical and the doctor becomes suspicious that my mother refuses to allow her twenty-four year old daughter an appointment in privacy. After calling security on my mother, the doctor hands me her tablet with a website called ‘The Harem Project’ pulled up.
Since I’m not sure where to go at the end of the day, I agreed to go to The Harem Project’s facility with the doctor. I’m brought to a studio suite where I fantasize about living for the rest of my life – free of my parents’ hold. But then I meet the House of Aves through their software and am immediately in love.
Afraid – terrified – I sign up for my own harem. My entire existence is turned upside down when I learn that they’re not human and yet, they’re worshiping me like a goddess. Not only that, but they’re in the beginning stages of overthrowing some otherworldly organization of murderers with a god complex, thinking they have the right to decide which species lives and which should become extinct.
Just as I’m settling in, building a solid and amazing relationship with these four men, I’m abducted – kidnapped by my own parents. Now caged in my childhood bedroom, I’m praying to whatever gods there are that my men will find me. But the thing looking in my window at night with void black eyes is not one of my men.
My name is Obry. And all I want is to go home to my men before the monster outside eats me or my parents smother me to death.
This is a polyamorous story with content not suitable for those under 18 years of age due to graphic scenes and situations.
Meet Crea Reitan
Crea lives in upstate New York with her dog and husband. She has been writing since grade school, when her second grade teacher had her class keep writing journals. She has a habit of creating secondary, and often time tertiary, characters that take over her stories. All of her RH relationships end up being heavily polyamorous – meaning it’s not just all the men for one woman. There’s also some M/M action going on. When she can’t fall asleep at night, she thinks up new scenes for her characters to act out. This, of course, is how most of her meant-to-be-thrown-away characters tend to end up front and center – and utterly swoon-worthy! Don’t ask her how many book boyfriends she has…
When not writing, Crea is an avid reader. Her TBR pile is several hundred books high (don’t even look at her kindle wish list or the unread books on her tablet). Sometimes, she enjoys crafting; sometimes, exploring nature; sometimes, traveling. Mostly, she enjoys putting her characters on paper and breathing life into them. Oh, and sleeping. Crea loves to sleep!