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Recommended lesbian books for June 2021

Happy Pride Month! Here are some recommended lesbian books to celebrate it. As usual, we have new releases, audiobooks, and a 2020 book you should read.


Recommended new releases

New Adult Romance

One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston

This book started slow but grew on me and has left me with a massive book hangover. It’s that good. On the surface One Last Stop is about a loner hoping to disappear and instead, falling in love with a woman caught in… See Elaine’s review

Romantic Comedy

Satisfaction Guaranteed by Karelia Stetz-Waters

I’m not the biggest rom-com book fan, but I took a chance since I have read some of Stetz-Waters books before, plus the blurb caught my eye. I’m glad I gave it chance because this was a nice, lighthearted read that made me smile and ended up… See Lex’s review

Sports Romance 

Catch and Cradle by Katia Rose

Hope Hastings has been on the team for two years and since day one she has had a secret crush on Becca. But it’s pointless anyway, as the captain is adamant about the no-dating rule on the team – Becca would never do that. Hope is… See Sandra’s review

Thrust by Rachel Spangler

At thirteen, Jess is already a fencing prodigy. She’s also queer and has the biggest crush on her eighteen-year-old team captain Lauren. Lauren is not only brilliant, she’s also kind, and doesn’t tease or make fun of the younger athlete when she tries to… See Jude’s review

Romantic Thriller

House of Agnes by Fiona Zedde

Lola Osbourne is an investigative reporter intent on bringing down the infamous Agnes Noble, who she believes to be responsible for her sister’s death. Agnes rules her exclusive escort agency in what she hopes is the opposite of her late father’s way. From the moment she… See Jude’s review


The Jasmine Throne by Tasha Suri

Finally! The epic fantasy book I have been searching all year for. I love fantasy and there is nothing I would rather read than some sapphic fantasy. While I have read some… See Lex’s full review

Debut Novel (Historical Fiction)

The Murder Next Door by Sarah Bell

The Murder Next Door is Sarah Bell’s debut novel and what a debut it is! A historical mystery with a sapphic couple investigating and so much more. Ada Chapman is a painter and a sketch artist for the police. She lives with Louisa Knight, officially as a… See Jude’s review

Last year’s book that you should read:

Written in the Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur

Written in the Stars combine the fake romance and opposites-attract tropes with a bit of influence of ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Jane Austen, as the leads are called Elizabeth (Elle) and Darcy, though the plot is different. This is the epitome of… See Lex’s review


Charon Docks at Daylight by Zoe Reed, Audiobook narrated by Jessie Roynon

The world has been attacked by an infection that turned most of the population into ferocious creatures that hunt humans during daylight. The few non-infected people are forced to hide to survive. Facing violence, starvation and chaos, sometimes their worst enemies are the other… See Gaby’s review

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Pas de Deux by EJ Noyes, audiobook narrated by Abby Craden

Caitlyn Lloyd has the world at her feet. Or more accurately—under her horse’s hooves. With the 2016 Rio Olympics just around the corner, nothing is going to derail her long-held dream of winning a medal or two in Olympic dressage. Not even the reappearance of a childhood so-not-a-friend throwing her perfectly balanced life into disarray.

Uncharted by Alli Temple, audiobook narrated by Emily Woo Zeller

Since their father passed away, Georgina – George – is under her half-brother’s “protection”, which, in the bleak kingdom they live in, means she’s his property and if he wants to marry her off to the cruel prince, she has no say in the matter. The fact that she’s a… See Jude’s review

The Love Project by TB Markinson and Miranda MacLeod, audiobook narrated by Lori Prince

Joni Fisher runs with her mother the newspaper advice column “Help me Henrietta” which is now increasingly losing popularity. So Joni decides to start a web series called The Love Project. Hope Alvarez is clueless in matters of the heart and volunteers for… See Gaby’s review


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