February is the month of love and romance. We’ve compiled a list of 40 Lesbian Romance Books to Celebrate Valentine’s, you can check it out in this link. Here is our list of recommended lesbian books for February 2020. New releases, a 2019 book, a classic and an audiobook. Enjoy!
Recommended new releases:
‘Brooklyn Summer’ by Maggie Cummings
Ashleigh McAllister is going through a rough patch, her ex-wife left her for a man and now she seems to bump into them in their neighbourhood all the time. As Summer approaches she decides to spend it sightseeing in NYC by herself. That is until… See Gaby’s full review
‘This is my Body’ by Elena Graf
Erika Bultmann, a professor of philosophy at Colby College, has decided to take a sabbatical to write a book and enjoy her summer home in Hobbs, close to her best friend, Dr. Liz Stolz. She has a huge crush on… See Jude’s full review
‘Online‘ by Madeleine Taylor
Valerie, a Los Angeles straight (as far as she knows) divorcee, joined a lesbian erotica online book club after buying her first lesbian erotic novel by mistake. She loved it and has kept buying more since. She figures her crush on… See Jude’s full review
‘Elimination’ by Jackie D.
Yay for Jackie D! It’s a great author’s name, isn’t it? Anyway, this is the third and maybe final book in Jackie’s ‘After Dark’ series. I’m a big fan of … See Lex’s full review
‘Children of the Stars‘ by K. Aten
This was a really well-done lesbian action romance superhero book. While I am putting the sci-fi tag on this since it has aliens, after all, this is a superhero story. When I say aliens, think of how … See Lex’s full review
‘Behind the Sun, Above the Moon‘ by Brooklyn Ray, editor
A Queer anthology featuring stories inspired by magic and the cosmos, a vast and beautiful place where planets, stars, comets, entire galaxies even, live without borders, specifications or binaries.
Last year’s book that you should read:
‘Listen’ by Kris Bryant
‘Listen’ is part of the ‘Senses’ series by this author along with ‘Taste’ and ‘Touch’. It’s the story of Lily Croft, a former Classical music’s child prodigy who quit music altogether unable to handle the pressure of her career. She now suffers from … See Gaby’s full review
Classic lesbian book of the month:
‘Fingersmith’ by Sarah Waters (2002)
Sue Trinder is an orphan, left as an infant in the care of Mrs. Sucksby, a “baby farmer,” who raised her with unusual tenderness, as if Sue were her own. Mrs. Sucksby’s household, with its fussy babies calmed with doses of gin, also hosts a transient family of petty thieves—fingersmiths—for whom this house in the heart of a mean London slum is home.
‘Living‘ by Lise Gold, narrated by TJ Richards
Cam Saunders is a yoga instructor who saves a woman attempting to commit suicide by walking into the sea. The woman in question is famous actress Ella Temperley who is suffering from deep depression after… See Gaby’s full review