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Retelling of classics

lesbian fairy tale books

I’m a huge fan of lesbian fairy tale books but this one has some bumps

Review of ‘Cinderella is Dead’ by Kalynn Bayron I’m a huge fan of lesbian fairy tale books so this was one of my more anticipated novels of the year. I noticed that the early reviews seemed to be a bit mixed. People either loved the book or didn’t seem to like it much at all. …

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Illicit sapphic passion

Illicit Sapphic Passion at the Parsonage

Review of ‘Lucas’ by Elna Holst “I thought ease would come, here, tucked away in the safe uneventfulness of Hunsford. It would seem I was mistaken.” Charlotte Lucas, now Mrs. Collins is living the dull life of a parson’s wife just as she wanted. Resigned to a loveless marriage her days are filled with endless …

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lesbian retelling book

An excellent lesbian retelling book about Robin Hood

Review of ‘Nottingham’ by Anna Burke ‘Nottingham: The True Story of Robyn Hood’ is a lesbian retelling book of English folklore legendary character Robin Hood, one of the most well-known stories of the Middle Ages. This is the third published book by Ms. Burke though the author says that this is the first novel she …

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Review of ‘If I loved you less’ by Tamsen Parker.

Theo Sullivan is a surfing instructor based in a small island in Hawaii. In her free time she enjoys being the village busybody and matchmaker and eating all things sweet at her friend Kini ʻŌpūnui’s bakery. As Theo is a lesbian, she normally enjoys no-string relationships with visiting tourists but she’d never imagined that the …

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