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What Sappho was to poetry, Ann Bannon was to pulp fiction. Venus rolled away from her, sitting halfway up. Her face was dark. It is, of course. I want you, and all the rest, too.

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Release Date: October 13, Release Date: May 16, Read this Next: A Queerer World. Fingersmith engages with larger cultural concepts like classism and sexism while proffering gripping sex scenes between Sue, an orphan, and Maud, the women for whom she works—and plots against.

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When their paths cross as adults, they immediately hit it off and have an explosive, chemistry-filled encounter, which then becomes a relationship. Thanks to our Sponsors. This is less of an erotic romance and more of a steamy read, but the sex itself is well-written and realistic. But when they do find time, the romance is boundless.

Set in earlys England, The Paying Guests follows Frances, a young woman who lives with her mother. She is on Twitter and Instagramalways.

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The book plays into some stereotypes about sex workers, but overall the respect each feels for the other is refreshing. Sarah Waters. In creating space for just that, lesbian romance novels are essential, radical, and also just a fun break from the heaviness that so often coexists alongside our queerness.

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Though I tend to be lukewarm on historical romance, Rebecca S. Emily keeps tight control of her life, and rarely does anything fun or indulgent. Release Date: September 16, Rebekah Weatherspoon. New queer coming-of-age novels are challenging stereotypes and deepening our understanding of coming out as a concept; young-adult literature has become a massive hub for LGBTQ representation with writers like Mason Deaver and Gabby Rivera furthering the representation of queer people beyond white, gay men; and queer women are continuing to reshape their space in horrorespecially as they slowly gain the power to shift the landscape.

While some lesbian romance novels respect and recognize that heaviness in their plots, other lesbian romance novels choose to sidestep homophobia and sexism entirely, preferring to offer up a utopia in which their readers can luxuriate, if only briefly. Release Date: July 17, The Paying Guests.

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Rebecca S. Release Date: May 8, The Night Off. Meghan O'Brien. Books Culture lesbian queer romance bitchre.

Fingersmithwhich won a Lambda Literary Award and was shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize for Fiction, makes clear that a novel can be both extremely hot and extremely well-written. Wow, I have read this one so many times.

Search form Search. But queer women readers deserve a bit of levity, too, as well as a break from narratives that center pain and struggle as with the important but well-trod territory of coming-out narratives ; we deserve books that actively center our pleasure, too. Release Date: October 1, The Locket and the Flintlock. Increasingly, lesbian novels and their authors are putting in work to shift the way that lesbians—and queer women overall—exist on the .

Dez’s raised eyebrow begged her to continue, anything to keep her from thinking about licking a different kind of moisture from a different set of lips.

That is why we turn to you, our community, for support. Sex Toy Collective. Enter Nat, the sex worker she hires to help her give up some of that control and explore her sexuality.

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Another tense, hot read from Waters. Sarah Waters is an undeniable favorite of readers of lesbian romance, and for good reason.