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June 1st: Share some of your favorite LGBTQ books.
June is PRIDE MONTH so I am going to celebrate some of my favorite LGBTQ books.
Him/Us/Epic (three books) by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy. This duology (with a novella epilogue story) is hands down one of my favorite book series of all times. Wes and Jamie’s story hits every emotional note and has a wonderful happy ending. But the journey to get to that happy place is filled with bumps and tears, as well as some smoking hot sex. The series is an amazing love story about two best friends who find powerful love.
Nothing Serious by Jessica Jarman. What makes Nothing Serious stand out is the depth of the emotional content Ms. Jarman masters within the story. I cried fat tears of heartbreak and happy tears of joy all within the confines of the book. Jack and Aaron’s circumstances gripped me completely, not letting go until long after I was finished reading the tale.
Out of Sync by Bronwyn Green. Right from the start, Out of Sync captured my mind and heart. I found myself engrossed in Jamie and Morgan’s story, uncovering what happened that drove a wedge between them, and watching them rediscover their passion and love for both music and each other. The author does an amazing job capturing the longing and heartache both men have felt over the years. When they finally come together, it is amazingly sexy and passionate.
Magic in Manhattan series by Allie Therin. The Magic in Manhattan series is set in the Prohibition days of New York City. Part historic romance, part paranormal adventure, the series is 100% wonderful entertainment. The series is filled with adventure, but it’s Arthur and Rory’s friendship and romance that steals the show. Their romance is so sweet – they both long for permanent love, but shy away because their love would be taboo. The are both so unsure, walking the line between casual flirting and trying to discover if the other is gay; it constantly pulled at my heart. And when they finally give in to their mutual desire, I thought my heart would explode.
These are only a few of my favorites. B. reviews several LGBTQ books, and if you would like to see more of the LGBTQ books featured and reviewed on the blog, click HERE.