A brilliant novel from a very talented author. I can't wait to read what Karen has in store for us next.Read more
This is not a girl meets girl, falls in love, girl loses girl, then gets her back, before they ride off together kind of book and I enjoyed its difference. Its an interesting exploration of what happens after two lesbians decide they want to be together.Read more
Anastasia Vitsky's Living In Sin is set against the backdrop of a terminally ill grandmother and a family that is as much clinging together with grief as it is being torn apart by it, Vitsky stitches a story that manages to be infinitely familiar and unapologetically strange.Read more
I found this book a very refreshing read and thoroughly enjoyed reading it. There is not a lot of action per se but there is a lot going on, mainly to do with the emotions of the characters, real emotions that we can all sympathise with and that we have all experienced at some point during our lives; anger, jealousy, spite - can Ellie and Robin overcome these emotions and everything that is going on around them to realise that they really and truly do love each other?Read more
Amy Dunne has embraced the challenge of writing a believable romance that is totally enchanting. I loved the main characters of Catherine and Holly, each has their own issues to manage of course, what romance story would be complete without that!Read more
Bliss's writing draws the reader in from the title. Ella has been through a very difficult time and to recover she returns home to the west coast, away from her Ivy League teaching position, to have some space and also, as per her therapists instructions, deal with some of the causes of the trauma.Read more
A wonderful collection of short stories from some of the UK's current best-selling lesbian fiction authors takes you on a journey of tears, laughter, love and lust. With proceeds of all sales going to the charity R U Coming Out, this is one anthology that will hopefully sell for years to come.
Contributing authors:- VG Lee, Suzanne Egerton, Kiki Archer, Deborah Underwood, Angela Peach, Sarah Bolger, Clare Lydon, Crin Claxton, Angela Clerkin, HP Munro, Nic Herriot, Karen Campbell, Frances Gapper, Jade Winters, Tanith Nyx, Andrea Bramhall, Rain McAlistair, Katie Bennett-Hall, Chloe A MarshallRead more
"Clare Lydon's second novel sets out her stall as a fixture in the modern lesbian lit canon.
Demonstrating all the maturity and development one might anticipate in a second novel, with plenty of romance, sex, tension and lesbian drama to boot."Read more
It is 1983 and 13-year old Natasha is in love with her French teacher, Miss Williams. Natasha’s love soon turns into an unhealthy obsession when she is no longer being taught by Miss Williams. Some of the things Natasha does to get Miss Williams’ attention are on the verge of stalking, even going so far as to pursue the same career and apply for the exact same course in the same university as Miss Williams.Read more
This book is intriguing, compelling and worthy of serious attention when reading, otherwise you might get confused by the various twists and turns. It builds towards a wonderfully satisfying ending which made this reader very glad she persevered and compelled to read it again!Read more
The Knowing is set in Glasgow and is narrated by a psychic psychology lecturer named Jen Keith. Her girlfriend, Kate Coutts is a police officer who finds it hard to believe in Jen’s powers. Jen’s life is a constant struggle with trying to cope with the visions she is seeing and convincing the police and Kate to act upon said visions and save people’s lives.Read more
In Small Town Trouble, I really enjoyed reading the sub plot, about the two gay dads who were doing their best to raise a child in the face of extreme prejudice without completely unravelling as a couple. The main crime plot was thrilling and a real page turner, I just had to keep reading to see what happened next and who was behind all the random murders.Read more