There’s something about lesbian literature that just makes our hearts sing! In honour of Lesbian Visibility Week, we wanted to share some titles that will hopefully make yours sing as well.
THE LOVE SONG OF IVY K. HARLOWE by Hannah Moskowitz
Ivy K. Harlowe is many things: ice, hot metal, and electricity. She’s never with the same person twice. That is, until she meets Dot. Now, Andie’s world is going up in smoke, because her best friend is falling in love with someone. And it isn’t her.
HEARTS FORGED IN DRAGON FIRE by Erica Hollis
She can talk to dragons, but she can’t save you from them…in this sensational new fantasy.
A CURSE OF ROSES by Diana Pinguicha
With her land plagued by famine, Princess Yzabel wishes she could reverse her magic. That way, instead of wasting food by attempting to eat—only to have it turn into flowers—she could turn flowers into food to help end her peoples suffering. Fatten, a beautiful Enchanted Moura, is the only one who can help Yzabel—but she is trapped by magical binds. She can teach Yzabel how to control her curse. But first? Yzabel must set her free with a kiss—which means committing treason.
KEEPING HER SECRET by Sarah Nicholas
Running into her childhood best friend at summer camp is not what Riya Johnson was expecting. Especially because she and Courtney Chasten once shared a secret, mind-blowing, life-altering kiss… right before Courtney went and completely crushed Rita’s heart. And now they’re supposed to spend the next four weeks sharing a bunk bed?
THE VALKYRIES DAUGHTER by Tiana Warner
Sigrid has only ever been ordinary, that is until a terrible enemy ambushes Anaheim and Sigrid sees a vision of herself atop a mythical stallion, leading the valkyries into a harrowing battle. But her destiny is tied together with Mariam, a fallen valkyrie who’s allied herself with the very enemy Sigrid is trying to stop.
THE BREATH BETWEEN WAVES by Charlotte Anne Hamilton
Penelope Fletcher gave up everything to board the RMS Titanic. Forced to travel to America for her father’s new job, Penelope has left behind Scotland, her grandmother, and even her girlfriend—who promptly got engaged to someone else. Heartbroken, Penelope isn’t looking forward to the journey ahead, or to the fact that her parents want her to find a husband in America. To make it worse, she’s bound to share a cabin with Ruby Cole, a stranger unlike anyone Penelope has ever met.
MOST ARDENTLY by Susan Mesler-Evans
Elisa is proud of who she is: right down to her sarcasm and her love of both pretty boys and pretty girls. If someone doesn’t like her? That just isn’t her problem. Especially when that person is Darcy Fitzgerald, a snobby, socially awkward heiress with an attitude problem and more money than she knows what to do with. But the constant arguing is a bit unfortunate, since Darcy’s best friend is dating Eliza’s sister–and potentially more unfortunate that fate is determined to throw them together.
(We mention Elisa’s bisexuality here, but want to note that Darcy is a lesbian!)
OF TRUST AND HEART by Charlotte Anne Hamilton
Lady Harriet Cunningham has had her life changed in every way. Now, having left her native Scotland, she’s come to New York to find a husband—one she does not want. But for Harriet, a speakeasy offers her all kinds of pleasures that are illegal during Prohibition—especially when your love is as forbidden as contraband champagne.
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