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lol Dawn has a point, there are some seriously smutty books with male/female relationships but not with female/female relationships. I'm not really sure what kind of books I would like...mainly I read paranormal (really into vampire/werewolf/shape-shifter) and I love the Blaze series by Harlequin. I love graphic books the more detail the better...hmm thats pretty much all I can think to say
New member here but....
If you haven't read it, Gulf Breeze by Gerri Hill... older book I know. I also read Rainbow Cedar by the same author. Not 'hot' ...but I did enjoy them.
I picked up a few misc. authors from Bella Books. Finished one and now onto another. Just light reading for me though. I'd much rather read a more detailed romance and YES bring on the hot love scenes. Ha!
I added Thirteen Hours to my wish list. I asked around where I work and most of the girls I work with dont read. Kinda sad. But if anyone else can think of any book let me know. They dont even have to be 'hot' just good. lol. anyway off to bed.
For fiction this is what I've liked:
Sarah Waters (specifically Tipping the Velvet)
some of Gerri Hill's novels are decent - a little cheesey but that's okay
Morgan Hill (mysteries)
Stone Butch Blues by Leslie Feinberg
Claire McNab's Kylie Kendall series (I haven't read them yet but my partner loves them and she's not a reader!)
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Just a few of the authors of M/M I like are JL Langley, Josh Lanyon, Laura Baumbach, Sarah Black, and Jet Mykles......when I think of the others, I'll post them. JL Langley and Laura Baumbach do werewolves....great books! Josh Lanyon does murder mysteries-they are super! and Jet Mykles's books at Loose Id - the Heaven Sent series are keepers too. I've only read a couple of Sarah Black's....they were good. Check out MLR Press---it's a m/m site, Torquere Press, too.
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For pure mastaboraty fantasy--Bushfire: Stories of Lesbian Desire
Jeanette Winterson--who is one of my favorite authors thanks to our Jessie!
Rubyfruit Jungle by Rita Mae Brown
Beebo Brinker by Ann Bannon for some 50's lesbian literature
Coffee Will Make You Black
Revolution of Little Girls
Reflections in a Golden Eye by Carson McCullers--I haven't read this one yet, but I love the author's other work. Supposed to be good.
Well of Loneliness
Anything by Bertha Harris
Anything by Dorothy Allison
I'm still taking baby steps with reading Lesbian literature, learning what I like.
What I wasn't impressed with--
Robbi Sommers - Uncertain Companions Where's the character development? Very flat, IMO
Not hot (in the sense of graphic sex, which is OK) but I just finished Solitaire by Kelley Eskridge and liked it A LOT. I had read Slow River by her partner (Nicola Griffith) some time ago and took a chance. I'm actually thinking I like Eskridge better.