Tag Archives: contemporary romance

A quick & easy guide to all my bi characters

Since I’m bi, I tend to write a lot of characters who are bi as well. Like other minority demographics, we don’t always get satisfying or accurate representation. Tropes will call us flaky, selfish, hedonistic, or unreliable. That’s not to say … Continue reading

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Poppy Jenkins: lesbian romance with classic feel in picturesque Welsh village

One of the most demeaning effects homophobia has had on me is to try to convince me, from a young age, that we in the LGBT umbrella were cut off from the sweeter, more innocent sides of the human experience. Poppy Jenkins … Continue reading

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Dead Ringer: young men rescuing each other from abusive childhoods

I loved basically everything about the story in Heidi Belleau and Sam Schooler’s Dead Ringer. This is not a story about two generically hot people who Clash Because Plot. It’s okay that some people like that, but the fact that … Continue reading

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“Carolyn for Christmas”, sweet contemporary lesbian romance novella set in Ireland

I’ve seen a lot of people looking for media with f/f that isn’t erotica, isn’t YA, and has a happy ending, and Irish author Lucy Carey’s new release Carolyn for Christmas fits everything on that list. Two women who used to … Continue reading

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