Today I come to you with a list of really great books that feature prominent F/F characters and romances. I’m sure you’ve probably heard about all of these books already but I’m gonna talk about them anyways because I love them your honour!
A Lesson in Vengeance by Victoria Lee – Dark Academia lesbians who are investigating their schools history of witchcraft and murder. Make sure you have a cup of tea when you read this one.
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenksins Reid – Evelyn and Celia are the definition of soulmates.
Afterlove by Tanya Byrne – That awkward moment when your girlfriend dies and turns into a Grim Reaper. In all honesty though this book made me cry.
One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston – You know when you make eye contact with someone your age at the airport and for the briefest moment think “this could be the start of a romcom” or something along those lines. That’s this book but on the Q train and with time travel.
The Henna Wars by Adiba Jaigirdar – Rivals to Lovers people. Rivals to Lovers!!
Tell Me Again How A Crush Should Feel by Sara Fariza – Ignore the fact I can’t remember much about this book, I read it years ago. I do remember that it was poignant, swerved me in the romance department, and made me feel things!
Fools in Love Anthology – Not all of these short stories are F/F but the large majority were. These stories really live up to the “fools” part of the title. They’re all idiots in love, or idiots who are about to be in love, and I love that for them.
The Girls I’ve Been by Tess Sharpe – When Rosa Diaz said “I’m bisexual. It’s called LGBTQ for a reason. There’s a B in there and it doesn’t mean Badass. Ok it does but it also means bi” she was also talking about Nora.
The Falling in Love Montage by Ciara Smyth – The definition of grumpy girlfriend and sunshine girlfriend. Depressing but sweet.
I Think I Love You by Auriane Desombre – There’s something sweet about young, fifteen/sixteen year olds with a one sided rivalry falling for each other.
The Coldest Touch by Isabel Sterling – F/F vampires were the hot trend of 2021 and I’ve not read nearly enough of them but, thankfully, I did manage to get to this one which also included a death prophet.
Her Royal Highness by Rachel Hawkins – This duology is like a big fat bar of Cadbury’s to me. Sweet, easy to consume and addictive. This second book asks and answers the question of “what to do if you fall in love with your roommate who just so happens to be the Princess of Scotland”.
I like all of these books and I think you will too so definitely make sure to check them out if you haven’t already. Hopefully this time next year I’ll have even more books to add to this list! Thanks for reading :))