Recommended lesbian books

Recommended lesbian books for September 2019

The changing of the season is here with the transition to Winter or Summer, depending on where you are. Our blog is changing too, as you can see, with a new logo and very soon with a new website.  We have six new releases plus our usual audiobook, last year and lesbian classics recommendations. Enjoy!

Recommended new releases:

Traditional romance:

Reservations of the heart‘ by TB Markinson
This novel is about two women who both have to deal with trust issues, Stella (41) a doctor whose ex-wife cheated on her, and Aurora (29) temporary scheduler at the medical school who has to deal with… See Sandra’s full review

Beautiful accidents’ by Erin Zak
Stevie is an improv actor who hopes to make it to Saturday Night Live. After her Chicago improv show, she goes with her friends to see a psychic. The psychic is deaf and has an ASL interpreter named Bernadette. Stevie cannot believe the energy she feels around… See Lex’s full review

Romance / Erotica:

The X ingredient‘ by Roslyn Sinclair
Diana Parker is Atlanta’s top lawyer, ruthless and unapologetic about it. Her professional success isn’t mirrored by her personal life as she is stuck in a failing marriage. As she searches for a new assistant, she meets Laurie Holcombe who… See Gaby’s full review


‘Breathe’ by Cari Hunter
Jemima Pardon is a paramedic with chronic asthma and a reputation for bad luck. She is always attracting traumatic jobs and isn’t very successful in the girlfriend department. When she meets Police Officer Rosie Jones, Jem’s… See Gaby’s full review

Debut mystery:

Black Friday: An MC McCall Novel of Suspense’ by Judy M Kerr
This is a debut mystery book but it is also a procedural crime book. Instead of the usual alphabet agencies we see in many books, the main character MC is a postal inspector. That means… See Lex’s full review


Legacy’ by Charlotte Greene
The basis of this story is about two cousins, and their friends, who are helping to clean up an old family cabin that was neglected for a few years. The cabin is in Colorado surrounded by… See Lex’s full review

Last year’s book that you should read:

‘A wish upon a star’ by Jeannie Levig
Leslie Raymond returns to her hometown in LA after a bad relationship that left her wary of straight women with children. Erica Cooper has a 7-year-old girl with special needs and has learned to… See Gaby’s full review

Classic lesbian book of the month:

Patience & Sarah‘ by Isabel Miller (1969)
Set in the nineteenth century, Isabel Miller’s classic lesbian novel traces the relationship between Patience White, an educated painter, and Sarah Dowling, a cross-dressing farmer, whose romantic bond does not sit well with the puritanical New England farming community in which they live.


The seven husbands of Evelyn Hugo‘ by Taylor Jenkins Reid, Narrated by Alma Cuervo, Julia Whelan, Robin Miles.
Evelyn Hugo is an aging Hollywood film star who led a scandalous and glamorous life which included seven husbands and one true love. At 79, she decides to enlist obscure journalist Monique Grant to write her biography. Monique is at one of the lowest times of… See Gaby’s full review

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