Two femme women fall in love

Being Hers by Anna Stone

Being Hers by Anna Stone is an erotic romance with an age gap, rich girl/poor girl pairing and a thawing ice queen. Melanie is a law school student by day and a waitress at an upscale bar by night. She’s laser focused on getting the career she’s been working so hard for, which means she barely has time for anything other than classes, studying, work, and the occasional run to

No More Pretending by Bette Hawkins: Book Review

No More Pretending by Bette Hawkins is an entertaining and charming contemporary romance that tells the story of outgoing, confident, and straight film actress Lauren Langham and small town diner waitress Harper Ward. But in this nicely-written debut novel, things aren’t always as they appear on the surface. Lauren has come to the quaint little town in Texas to shoot her current movie, another in a long string of romantic

Shaken to The Core by Jae

Shaken to the Core by Jae is a historical romance set against the backdrop of the great San Francisco earthquake of 1906.  Kate Winthrop is the only daughter of a high society shipping magnate and her parents have her life completely planned out, including an advantageous marriage that will produce an heir to the family empire. However, Kate is her own woman. She is a feminist ahead of her time

Fall to Pieces: Honkytonk Angels Book 1 by Paisley Smith

Fall to Pieces: Honkytonk Angels Book 1 by Paisley Smith is an erotic romance that is just right when you’re in the mood for a little bit of naughty. Actually, in this case, a whole lot of naughty. Polly Purefoy is an up and coming singer trying to hit it big in Nashville. Her fresh take on rockabilly music catches the eye of Mallory Hayes. Mallory is a record producer

Love Without Limits by Harper Bliss

Love Without Limits by Harper Bliss is the seventh book in her Pink Bean series. It’s also the first book in this series that brings back one of the previous couples as the main characters. You don’t necessarily have to have read Everything Between Us to pick up Love Without Limits, but I’d recommend you do mostly because I adored that book and think everyone should read it. Josephine Greenwood

Strike a Match by Fiona Riley: Audiobook Review

Strike a Match by Fiona Riley is the third book in her Perfect Match series. Like the other two books, this one can be read on its own but the other books are so cute you’ll probably want to read them anyway. Sasha McCray hasn’t had much luck with love, even after a year of working with matchmaker extraordinaire, Samantha Monteiro of Perfect Match. It’s also not like she has

French Kissing Season One by Harper Bliss

French Kissing Season One by Harper Bliss is a serial lesbian erotic story that is like a soap opera. It takes place in Paris with the PR agency Barbier & Cyr at the centre of all of the action. Juliette and Claire are former lovers turned best friends who built Barbier & Cyr together at a cost to their personal lives. Juliette’s decade-long relationship with her partner, Nadia, is on

Curious Wine by Katherine V Forrest

Curious Wine by Katherine V Forrest is a beautiful story about finding out who you are when you least expect it. Published in the early 1980s, it’s a classic lesbian romance that’s won the hearts of many a reader, and for good reason. Diana Holland needs a break and her colleague Vivian convinces her to stay at a friend’s cabin in Lake Tahoe with some other people who are also

Water Under Bridges by Harper Bliss

Water Under Bridges by Harper Bliss is an enemies to lovers romance and is the fifth book in her Pink Bean series. Just like the others, this one fully stands alone while letting us revisit friends from earlier books. Louise Hamilton is back in Sydney, leaving Brisbane behind after her longterm relationship fell apart. With a fantastic job at a yoga studio and the new friends she’s making there, life

Letters Never Sent by Sandra Moran

Letters Never Sent by Sandra Moran is a book about choices—why we make them, and the consequences they have for our lives. Katherine Henderson left Kansas in 1931 for the bright lights of Chicago, choosing to work at the glove counter at Sears & Roebuck and live in a boarding house, rather than stick around and become a farmer’s wife. One day at work she meets Annie Bennett, a bright,