Top Ten Tuesday; Books With Lesbian/Bi Love Stories

It's time for another Top Ten Tuesday, courtesy of That Artsy Girl. As it was Love/Valentine's Day freebie this week, I decided writing a list of books with lesbian/bi love stories (the love plot may be just the sub plot in some cases). It's nothing wrong with straight love stories, but as I'm bi myself, I find it nice to see when it's a same-sex love story in one way or another.


Here's my list.

Fried Green Tomatoes at the Whistle Stop Café by Fannie Flagg

Tipping the Velvet by Sarah Waters

Wooing the Farmer by Jenny Frame

Cassia by Lanette Kauten

Blue is the Warmest Color by Julie Maroh

Blood Born by Renee Lake

Under the Udala Trees by Chinelo Okparanta

If You Could Be Mine by Sara Farizan

Ritu Weds Chandni by Ameya Narvankar

Cinderella Is Dead by Kalynn Bayron

Comments

  1. Aww, I loved this list. I really should read Cinderella Is Dead sometime.

    My post: https://lydiaschoch.com/top-ten-tuesday-conversation-hearts-on-covers

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  2. Cinderella Is Dead was one of my favourite reads from last year.
    My TTT: https://jjbookblog.wordpress.com/2021/02/09/top-ten-tuesday-302/

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    1. Cinderella Is Dead is a really good read, so I don't blame you. :-)

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  3. Oooh! I need to read more LGBTQ books! Great list!

    Here’s my TTT!

    Ronyell @ Rabbit Ears Book Blog

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    1. Thank you. Feel free to check out any of the books listed. :-)

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  4. Interesting take on the topic this week. Here is our Top Ten Tuesday. Thank you!

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  5. I'm planning on FINALLY reading Fried Green Tomatoes this year. And I also have Cinderella is Dead waiting to be read on my shelf. Great post! <3

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    1. It took me a while to read Fried Green Tomatoes too, if it's to any comfort.

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