Sparks: The Epic, Completely True Blue (Almost) Holy Quest of Debbie by S.J. Adams

When Debbie's best friend Lisa contemplates getting her V-card punched, Debbie decides to put all her cards on the table and confess her love...and lesbianism...to Lisa.

The Blush Factor by Gun Brooke

A warmhearted, engaging, 'classical' lesbian romance.

Exception To The Rule by Cindy Rizzo

A multi-layered coming-of-age story with its own rules.

Out On The Panhandle by RE Bradshaw

A joyful celebration of life, love, family, and the old and new West.

Hidden Truths by Jae

A wonderful tale of the compromises women have been forced to make to live their lives and love who they wanted, set in the glorious surroundings of an Oregon horse ranch.

Intersection by Nancy Ann Healy

A Romantic-Political thriller, involving a talented FBI agent sent to investigate threatening letters sent to a Congressman, who happens to find love under the worst of circumstances

Imperial Hotel by Diane Marina

American author, Diane Marina’s short story, “Imperial Hotel” is like the lesbian’s answer to Nicholas Sparks’ “The Notebook”. It is one gorgeous and classic love story set in New York City in 1948.

The Beebo Brinker Chronicles - Books 1-5

For an entire generation, The Beebo Brinker Chronicles provided the first representation in literature that they had ever read of women loving women.

Good Moon Rising by Nancy Garden

If you're expecting the average dyke drama, then you're in the wrong theatre. On the other hand, if you're in the mood for a lovely love story, then you've got your nose in the right book.

Secret Lies – Amy Dunne

Jenny is one of those popular girls who appear to have it all. She is attractive, put together, confident. The other girls want to be her, the boys want to have her. But underneath the false bravado is a mess. She blames herself for the death of her adored Gran, hates what she has made herself into and the never-ending pretence to keep it up. She hates herself to the point of self harm. She has sought help, but that doesn’t stop the feelings, doesn’t stop the pain.