5 Fantastic Female/Female Books You Need to Read

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I was so excited to be invited to write a blog post on five of my favorite female/female romances. Talking about books, and sharing ones I’ve enjoyed, is right up my alley. The hardest part was narrowing it down to five. As any reader would know, this was not an easy task, but here they are: five female/female romances that I love.

Out on Good Behavior by Dahlia Adler

This was the first female/female book I read before I came out. Before taking that step I needed to read about two women meant to be together getting their happily-ever-after, and boy did this book deliver. The sexual tension between the two heroines is intense, but there are also many tender moments between them—total catnip for me. Add in a bookworm and pansexual representation and it was an instant favorite.

Far from Home by Lorelie Brown

This RITA-nominated book is so touching. It deals with some tough subjects, but it does so beautifully. There is humor and family and discovering oneself. The heroines fall in love while planning their wedding and all the madness that comes with it.

The Dark Wife by Sarah Diemer

As soon as I saw that this was a lesbian retelling of the myth of Hades and Persephone, I knew that I had to read it. I’ve always been intrigued by the myth, but it never satisfied my romance reader heart. Sarah Diemer changed that. I loved everything about this book—the fresh spin to the story, the lyrical writing, the setting that is a character of its own.

Perfect Rhythm by Jae

I so appreciated reading a book where one of the characters is asexual. Plus we have a pop star—I’m in! These characters go from disliking each other to supporting each other and it’s a wonderful journey. This book is very emotional and one particular scene—no spoilers—I still think about long after reading.

Love All by Rachel Spangler

I’m always seeking out sports romances, so I was instantly sucked into the world of professional tennis. I also appreciated that both heroines were in their thirties, and that one had a teenage daughter and all the complications that creates. I loved the humor and the believability of the characters. If I turned on a tennis tournament, I feel like I could see them on TV.

Do you have a favorite female/female romance? Let us know in the comments and don’t forget to check Carina Press for more!

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One thought on “5 Fantastic Female/Female Books You Need to Read”

  1. Cathy Pegau says:

    The Dark Wife was one of my favorite reads : )

    Congrats and all the best with the release!

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