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Recommended lesbian books for November 2019

It’s November already! The year has flown and we are close to the holidays… and the sales! Make the most of them with some recommended lesbian books. We have new releases, a classic, a 2018 book, and an audiobook.


Recommended new releases:

Traditional romance:

If the shoe fits’ by EJ Noyes

This is book three of the ‘Ask, tell’ series which started with the book with the same title. The link between the books in this series is more related to the characters involved rather than… See Gaby’s full review 

Back to September‘ by Melissa Brayden

Hannah Shephard is a bookshop owner who loves her uncomplicated and risk-averse life. Her bookstore is having issues and she might be … See Gaby’s full review


Invisible, as music‘ by Caren J. Werlinger

I have just come to expect great things when I pick up a Werlinger book and I don’t see that changing anytime soon. If you… See Lex’s full review 


Not dead enough‘ by J.M. Redmann

After ten books this series is still brilliant. Redmann is up there as one of the best mystery writers ever. Ten books in a row and… See Lex’s full review


London undone’ by Nan Higgins

‘London undone’ is a bit unorthodox in that it’s not really a romance novel, and I like that. Yes, there’s a lesbian romance a the heart of this one, but … See Bethany’s full review

Urban Fantasy:

Borage’ by Gill Mcknight

I have been a big fan of McKnight ever since I read ‘Ambereye’, which is still to this day one of my favorite paranormal romances ever. While I can’t put… See Lex’s full review 

Historical Fantasy:

Floodtile’ by Heather Rose Jones

This is the fourth book in Jones’ ‘Alpennia’ series. This series is a pretty hardcore lesbian historical fantasy book. This is not… See Lex’s full review 

Last year’s book that you should read:

Alias’ by Cari Hunter

A woman wakes up in a car accident next to a dead body. She doesn’t remember her name or how she got there. As she is… See Gaby’s full review

Classic lesbian book of the month:

Rubyfruit Jungle‘ by Rita Mae Brown (1973)

Bawdy and moving, the ultimate word-of-mouth bestseller, Rubyfruit Jungle is about growing up a lesbian in America, and living happily ever after.


Girl mans up‘ by by M-E Girard, narrated by Emma Galvin

Penelope ‘Pen’ Olivera is a teenager attending a Catholic high school and not following gender norms. It’s not easy to… See Gaby’s full review


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