Lesbian Fiction


New Releases Tagged "Lesbian Fiction"

Kiss the Girl
Everything Leads to You
The Miseducation of Cameron Post
Sing You Home
Le bleu est une couleur chaude
Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?
Ash
If You Could Be Mine
Huntress
Batwoman: Elegy
Santa Olivia (Santa Olivia, #1)
Wildthorn
Saints Astray (Santa Olivia, #2)
Rage: A Love Story
Honeyed Words (Sarah Beauhall #2)
Iron & Velvet (Kate Kane, Paranormal Investigator, #1)

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  • A Woman Lost by T.B. Markinson
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  • Tipping the Velvet
    Fingersmith
    Rubyfruit Jungle
    Annie on My Mind
    Keeping You a Secret
    Affinity
    The Well of Loneliness
    Above All, Honor (Honor, #1)
    The Night Watch
    And Playing the Role of Herself
    Empress of the World (Battle Hall Davies, #1)
    Pages for You
    A Matter of Trust (Justice, #0)
    Curious Wine
    Starting From Scratch
    Out on the Panhandle by R.E. BradshawOut on the Sound by R.E. BradshawMolly by R.E. BradshawWaking Up Gray by R.E. BradshawRainey Nights by R.E. Bradshaw
    R.E. Bradshaw
    10 books — 4 voters

    In Too Deep by Ronica BlackHeart of Change by Roxy HarteDeeper by Ronica BlackThe Dark Wife by Sarah DiemerAlice's Sexual Discovery in a Wonderful Land by Liz Adams
    The Hot List (X-rated edition)
    86 books — 41 voters
    Tipping the Velvet by Sarah WatersFingersmith by Sarah WatersThe Night Watch by Sarah WatersThe Jacobites' Apprentice by David EbsworthAffinity by Sarah Waters
    Lesbian Historical Fiction
    23 books — 29 voters

    Hidden Truths by JaeBackwards to Oregon by JaeAnd Love Came Calling by Beverly ShearerTumbleweed Fever by L.J. MaasInnocent Hearts by Radclyffe
    Lesbian Westerns
    23 books — 11 voters


    Diriye Osman
    i have been told many times by family, friends, colleagues and strangers that I, a black African Muslim lesbian, am not included in this vision; that my dreams are a reflection of my upbringing in a decadent, amoral Western society that has corrupted who I really am. But who am I, really? Am I allowed to speak for myself or must my desires form the battleground for causes I do not care about? My answer to that is simple: ‘no one allows anyone anything.’ By rejecting that notion you discover that...more
    Diriye Osman, Fairytales For Lost Children

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