Hungry for More

A Harem of Recipes

by Angelique Armae

Peryton Press

Non-Fiction: Humor, Non-Fiction: Cookbooks

November 16, 2018

Available in: e-Book

Hungry for More
by Angelique Armae

Are you longing to know how to make the delicious food you read about?

Look no further! Grab your whisk, put on your apron, and tell your harem to get chopping. From spicy to sweet, you’ll find a recipe for every occasion in this droolworthy cookbook brought to you by 21 bestselling reverse harem authors.

Get ready to try out 60+ recipes featured in some of your favourite reverse harem stories. All proceeds go to charity!

Includes stories by:
USA Today Bestselling Author Arizona X Tape
USA Today Bestselling Author Carrie Whitethorne
USA Today Bestselling Author Helen Scott
USA Today Bestselling Author Laura Greenwood
USA Today Bestselling Author Skye MacKinnon
USA Today Bestselling Author Steffanie Holmes
International Bestselling Author Lucy Felthouse
National Bestselling Author Angelique Armae
Adell Ryan
Bea Paige
Brandy Slaven
CA Storm
Chrissy Jaye
Ellabee Andrews
Erica Andrews
Jaliza A. Burwell
Jenee Robinson
K.B. Everly
LA Kirk
RM Walker
Wendie Nordgren



Angelique Armae's Bio

Angelique Armae is a native New Yorker who’s as zany as the city she grew up in. As a child her favorite toy was Emerald The Witch, a small doll with green eyes, green hair and purple skin.

Miss Armae’s books and novellas have garnered numerous awards and nominations, including the Sapphire Award, P.E.A.R.L. Award and Word Weaving Award. Her books have also been featured on Midwest Book Review’s Book Watch TV. Angelique’s first novel, COME THE NIGHT, made Fictionwise’s Best of the Best list, rounding out the top five best selling dark fantasy books of the year.

Aside from writing, Angelique also dabbles in digital art. She is the recipient and two time nominee of the Dream Realm Award for best cover art.

When not working, Ms. Armae enjoys traveling, learning about the ancient Celts, exploring history and learning new languages. Angelique studied history and French literature at Skidmore College.