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Recommended Women Loving Women books for Spring 2022

Here are some Recommended Women Loving Women books and audiobooks for Spring 2022.

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**Recommended new releases**

No Strings by Lucy Bexley

Jones’ father just died and her life is upside down. Instead of flying back to L.A. promptly, as she’d planned, she’s stuck in New York, as the acting CEO of her father’s media company and acting guardian of her six-year-old brother, whose mother disappeared as soon as the funeral was over. At least it… See Jude’s review 

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Girl Island by Kate Castle

Ellery, British under-18th heptathlon champion, is still grieving her father’s death when she joins her new classmates at the prestigious King’s Academy for a PE trip to an island in the Indian Ocean. Other than all of them being athletes, Ellery has nothing in common with the other teenagers, except maybe one, Skye, whom she… See Jude’s review

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Delilah Green Doesn’t Care by Ashley Herring Blake

I loved this. This is exactly the type of romance I want to read and I could not be happier. While I have never read Blake before, I have a few of her YA books sitting on my Kindle waiting to be read, so when I saw she wrote a sapphic adult romance, I just… See Lex’s review

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D’Vaughn and Chris Plan a Wedding by Chencia C. Higgins

D’Vaughn hopes being on the show will help her come out to her family, Kris hopes to find true love. While both work with kids – D’Vaughn as a ninth-grade guidance counsellor, Kris as a middle school gym teacher –, they couldn’t be more different. Kris is all swoony butchness, her charisma and sexiness obvious… See Jude’s review

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If I Were a Weapon by Skye Kilaen

The premise is really cool. A dying alien race, landed on earth, and sprinkled a bunch of nanites on people who were in close proximity to where their ships touched down. The nanites have given some people different powers, but no one knows what they all mean because all the aliens died as soon as they made it to… See Lex’s review

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The Forever and The Now by KJ

KJ tells stories about life with all the ups and downs that reality offers us. Sometimes life is not easy and isn’t particularly fair. That’s when we ask ourselves, why me? There are many tragedies happening all the time, but when it hits… See Sandra’s review

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In the Shadow of Love by J. E. Leak

There’s not a lot of action in this book but that’s not what it’s about. We get to know the main characters better, as well as Kat’s shadow, Smitty, and learn about their motivations. The pace is slow but never boring, as the author takes her time to… See Jude’s review

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Bluebird by Ciel Pierlot

In a universe in which three factions are at war, two stories are told in parallel. The main story is that of Rig, formerly known as Traxi, whom the Pyrite faction is looking for after she deserted with schematics for weapons she created. Pyrite took Rig’s twin sister and in her efforts to save her, Rig finds herself accompanied by an unlikely partner, in between stops in Ascetic to… See Jude’s review

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Love Where You Work by Anna Pulley

Clare Kolikov is a successful HR manager for a matchmaking startup, W;nkdIn. Clare has no time or inclination for dating but is forced to volunteer as an LGBTQ beta date tester for her company. Julia Dawes is Clare’s hot coworker who’s organizing her dates. When they meet, sparks fly but mixing work with pleasure will get them both in trouble… See Gaby’s review

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Plain English by Rachel Spangler

On the outside, Pip – known to the world as Lady Phillipa Anne Marion Farne-Sacksley of Mulgrave, Vic’s cousin and a distant cousin to my favourite princess, Sasha (The Princess Affair by Nell Stark) – is a carefree young woman enjoying all her privileges to the max. On the inside, things are a lot more complex. When Pip’s motorcycle crashes in… See Jude’s review

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Audiobooks

Count Your Lucky Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur, narrated by Lauren Sweet

Margot Cooper doesn’t believe in love since her heart was broken a decade ago. But when Olivia Grant reappears in her life as the planner of her best friend’s wedding, Margot starts to have feelings again. Feelings for the… See Gaby’s review 

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Zero Chill by Carolyn Elizabeth, narrated by Lori Prince

Thayer and Corey are one of my favourite lesfic couples ever. Having read more than 700 lesfic books (at least, as I lost count of some) that tells a lot. Seriously, they manage to be sweet, hot, funny, imperfect, and vulnerable, and together they have this… See Gaby’s review

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Ardulum: The Battle for Pruitcu by J.S. Fields, narrated by Lynn Norris

This is both the fifth Ardulum book and the first in a new trilogy. I guess it can be read as a standalone but honestly, I wouldn’t. You probably can enjoy this book on some level even without knowing the characters and the universe it’s set in, but you’d miss…See Jude’s review

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Worthy of Love by Quinn Ivins, narrated by Anastasia Watley

Nadine Bayani is just out of prison after a corruption scandal ended up with her career as the main advisor to a presidential candidate. Hated by the vast majority of the American people, she has no work prospects and ends up as a… See Gaby’s review

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Ophelia After All by Raquel Marie, narrated by Maria Liatis

I went into this book hoping I’d enjoy it. I didn’t expect to love it this much. I do not know whether it’s perfect and I really don’t care if it isn’t. I love what it made me feel. I love the characters. I super love… See Jude’s review 

When I’m with you by Monica McCallan, narrated by Lori Prince

Kennedy Ryan likes to live a predictable life, even if she doesn’t like her job or never been in love with any of her ex-boyfriends. Brooke Nicholas had an unpredictable adolescence so she never expects too much and likes living the moment. Kennedy and Brooke have common friends but never got along much until a blizzard got them stuck together during a weekend off and they start to really get to know each other. As their friendship grow so does their mutual attraction. But will they take a chance on each other?

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The Delicate Things we Make by Milena McKay, narrated by Abby Craden

I have a lot of love and tenderness for this book. There’s something about it that speaks of a new era and gives me hope. I won’t repeat what I wrote in my original review, I still agree with myself – which isn’t always the case. It’s been a really interesting experience, listening to it now, a little over a year after it… See Jude’s review

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The Headmistress by Milena McKay, narrated by Abby Craden

Sam Threadneedle, a math teacher at the girls’ academy Three Dragons, gets involved in an unforgettable one-night stand with a mysterious woman. When the same woman appears three months later as the new headmistress in charge of… See Gaby’s review

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Go Around by EJ Noyes, narrated by Abby Craden

Avery Weston is a Federal Air Marshal who’s nursing a broken heart over her celebrity ex-girlfriend. All the effort she made to try to get over her vanishes when Elise Hayes, said famous ex, seats next to her on a plane. After an on-flight… See Gaby’s review

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The Fifth Surgeon by Faith Prize, narrated by Abby Craden

Nadia Keating is a cardiothoracic fellow with incredible potential to make a breakthrough in her specialty but with a huge God complex. Focused on exploring her attraction to women, she embarks on… See Gaby’s review
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