Here are some of the most amazing and beautiful romance books about the beauty of queer love that you’re going to absolutely enjoy reading — check them out now!
Almost Impossible by Nicole Williams is a cutesy Young-Adult vacation romance between a girl looking to put down roots and a boy whose feet are firmly planted on the ground.
This book has re-confirmed my decision to avoid the enemies-to-lovers trope. It was well written and the narrators’ superb performances were the only high points.
Jolene and Jason have this romance thing on lock. When has it ever been heard that a friends-with-benefits arrangement didn’t morph into a relationship??
Who doesn’t love a good old business rivalry? Nobody! Discover how this duo learn about love, friendship, and business. With lots of love, food, and music, this is an absolute gem.
Kind of Cursed by Stephanie Fournet explores the budding romance between an orphaned and supposedly fertile woman and a man contracted to reconstruct her house.
I had my fair share of laughs while reading this title, but I couldn’t get past how vile Gemma was. Josh, on the other hand, was endearing and entirely too sweet for his own good.
Reading new-to-me authors is fun on occasion and this is one situation where I wasn’t disappointed. Loved every scene of this beautiful biker romance!
Lorraine Heath has stolen my heart and I won’t be calling the police. Also, how many book boyfriends can make me liable for polyandry? Asking for a friend. xoxo
A light-hearted enemies-to-lovers small-town romance. The main characters are utterly devoted to each other and if you haven’t found your ‘person’, you might be get tempted!