Like straight romances, lesbian romance novels feature many different subgenres and levels of sexiness. They also contain many of the same tropes. But in these books, girl meets girl, girl loses girl, and girls get back together to live happily ever after.
The Gravity Between Us, by Kristin Zimmer
Rising Hollywood starlet Kendall Bettencourt and college student Payton Taylor have been best friends since childhood. Not long after Payton comes out to her, Kendall stars in a movie as a bisexual rock star, and soon, all she can think about is Payton. A sweet friends-to-lovers new adult romance.
How Sweet It Is, by Melissa Brayden
Four years ago, Molly O’Brien lost the love of her life, Cassie, in a plane crash. Since then, she’s been leading a quiet life in Applewood, Illinois where she runs a bakery called Flour Child. She’s ready to date again, but doesn’t know where to start. Then Cassie’s younger sister Jordana comes back to town to figure out what to do with the rest of her life. They’re attracted to each other, but they have a lot of issues to resolve before they can know if they have a chance.
Something in the Wine, by Jae
Annie Prideaux has been the victim of her brother Jake’s practical jokes all her life. When he sets her up with his college friend Drew and fails to tell that Drew’s not a man, but a woman, and a lesbian at that, it’s the last straw. Drew and Annie decide to teach Jake a lesson, but find themselves falling for each other instead.
Liking the ladies? Here are some more:
All I Want for Christmas, by Clare Lyndon
The Colour of Love, by Radclyffe
Confucius Jane, by Katie Lynch
Everything Leads to You, by Nina Lacour
Far from Home, by Lorelie Brown
For the Love of Cake, by Erin Dutton
If You Could Be Mine, by Sara Farizan
Keep Hold, by Michelle Grubb
Minotaur, by J. A. Rock
Petticoats and Promises, by Penelope North
Razor Wire, by Lauren Gallagher
Roller Girl, by Vanessa North
Scarlet Revenge, by Sheri Lewis Wohl
Southern Comfort, by Skyy
Snow Falls, by Gerri Hill
Starting from Scratch, by Georgia Beers
Twice Lucky, by Mardi Alexander