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Graveyard Sparrow: sweet lesbian romance amidst terrors of Victorian horror setting

Graveyard Sparrow by Kayla Bashe is a dark, yet sweet and happily resolved, piece of lesbian paranormal with a Victorian Gothic setting. This is a world where magical powers are somewhat normal, if not common, but women with magical abilities … Continue reading

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“My Lady King”: genderweird lesbian sword-and-sorcery romance between warrior and witch

My Lady King by Kayla Bashe (kayla-bird on Tumblr) is a FREE Kindle download until January 6 (2015) and if you grab it, you’re in for a real treat. (There are apps you can use to read it if you don’t … Continue reading

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Lesbian romance novella at a girl’s school, with a musical twist

Make Much of Me by Kayla Bashe (kayla-bird on Tumblr) was a fun little $2.99 read that I whipped through on my phone’s Kindle app while flying back home from my in-laws yesterday. What is it? It’s lesbian romance where an irrepressibly … Continue reading

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Canon femslash and female friendship at a girl’s boarding school for witches

Bluebell Hall by Kayla Bashe is like reading a novelized version of really cute magical girl/shoujo ai anime—if shoujo ai were to be scrubbed clean of “but we’re both girls!” and all the insulting fanservicey boob shots stuff. It’s the story … Continue reading

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