EVEN MORE queer recs to add to your TBR!
If you missed part 1, I shared a bunch of YA and Middle Grade book recommendations for both Pride Month and beyond.
Today I’m sharing a whole ton of Adult titles in different genres. Because you can never have too many queer books on your TBR ❤️
As usual – the title link will take you to a full review if I have one and the Goodreads Page is linked if you want to learn more!
I don’t have many books on this list simply because this isn’t a genre I’ve been reading lately. But I have a ton on my TBR! (keep your eyes open for that list 👀)
Adult Contemporary Romance
These are wonderful, traditionally published contemporaries with queer centered romances.
Representation: F/F Relationship, Bisexual, Black, Asian, Latinx, Mental Health
After completing her PhD, Grace celebrates in Vegas only to wake up married to a woman she can’t remember. But when life after school doesn’t quite work out the way she hoped, she turns to this stranger for help.
Representation: Lesbian, Bisexual
“With nods to Bridget Jones and Pride and Prejudice, a charming #ownvoices queer rom-com debut about a free-spirited social media astrologer who agrees to fake a relationship with an uptight actuary until New Year’s Eve—with results not even the stars could predict!”
Adult Historical Romance
This is another one I’m lacking recommendations for but I’m hoping to fix that this year. I have a whole author to recommend though!
Representation: M/M & F/F Relationshis
Cat Sebastian is currently my favorite queer historical romance author! And nearly all of her books feature queer relationships. Seducing the Sedgwicks is my favorite so far but I’m about to read her latest release so I’ll keep you posted!
If you need some new Kindle romances or want to support some indie pub’d authors, check these out!
1. Fake Out (Fake Boyfriend #1) by Eden Finley
Representation: Gay, Bisexual
A fake dating romance between a guy who drunkenly agreed to attend his ex-girlfriends wedding and his best friends brother.
For when you’re looking for something short, steamy, and queer!
1. Theirs For the Night by Katee Robert
Representation: Bisexual, Polyamorous
A young woman meets 2 mysterious men in a bar. It’s only supposed to be for one night but the men might not be able to let her go.
3. The Uncut Wood by Slade James
Two lumberjacks and long time friends finally admit to their feelings after a log cutting competition.
That’s it for my recommendations this year! HOWEVER. I still have more LGBTQIA+ books to share with you throughout the month! I have a list of books on my immediate TBR as well as upcoming releases to have on your radar!
Let me know if you’ve read any of these or have them on your TBR!