March 2020 is gonna be remembered as the month the world had to self-isolate. When reality is too stressful, luckily, books are here to entertain, to make us reflect and feel… More than ever, here are our recommended lesbian books. New releases, a 2019 book, a classic and an audiobook. Stay safe and enjoy them!
Recommended new releases:
‘To the Moon and Back’ by Melissa Brayden
Lauren Prescott has always dreamed of being an actress but after a few failed auditions she settled for her other passion: stage managing. Carly Daniel had a successful career as a film actress but when her… See Gaby’s full review
‘Before you say I do’ by Clare Lydon
Jordan Cohen is a professional bridesmaid with vast experience in helping stressed brides through their wedding preparations. Abby Porter is weeks away from marrying her fiancé and… See Gaby’s full review
‘Kick Back‘ by K.J.
After losing her mother at fourteen and her father at thirty, Sophia Lindstrom is convinced everyone leaves at some point (despite her twin brother and his girlfriend always being there for her) and is scared of… See Jude’s full review
‘Jellicle Girl’ by Stevie Mikayne
Beth left her mother’s house as soon as it was legally possible. At seventeen, she’s squatting her absentee father’s place, going to university and working in a group home for children who are… See Jude’s full review
‘Gillette Park‘ by Gerri Hill
Gillette Park is a small town in the Rocky Mountains haunted by a serial killer for more than 20 years. Mason Cooper is a sheriff’s deputy who’s been… See Gaby’s full review
Last year’s book that you should read:
‘The secret chord’ by Virginia Hale
Kate York is trying to move on from her last relationship when she accepts a temporary teaching position at her former Catholic boarding school. A few months in, her old roommate… See Gaby’s full review
Classic lesbian book of the month:
‘Curious Wine’ by Katherine V. Forrest (1983)
The intimacy of a cabin at Lake Tahoe provides the combustible setting that brings Diana Holland and Lane Christianson together in this passionate novel of first discovery.
‘Princess of Dorsa‘ by Eliza Andrews, narrated by Elizabeth Saydah
When Princess Natasia, the eldest child of the Emperor Andreth, is almost killed by an assassin, her father decides to name her the heir to the throne. But there hasn’t been a female Empress in living memory and when… See Gaby’s full review