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Review of “Mistress Moderately Fair”, historical f/f romance between actress and playwright

This review originally appeared in The Lesbrary The English Restoration, i.e. when Charles Stuart II returned to England to take his father’s throne back from the Puritans, fascinates me for being a renaissance of both art and hedonism. Theaters opened … Continue reading

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“Daughter of Mystery”: 19th century German setting for lesbian love, religious magic

Jane Austen and Charlotte Brönte never wrote about 19th century German lesbians having adventures with swordfighting and religious magic, and we have been the poorer for it until Heather Rose Jones’s Daughter of Mystery came along. At its core it … Continue reading

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Lesbian detective romance in 1880’s New York

Despite being listed as the second book in a series, Debra Hyde’s The Tattered Heiress stands completely alone, surpasses the first volume in quality in my opinion, and details a relationship backstory completely missing from the other book. I’d say you’re … Continue reading

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