17 Best LGBTQ Books To Read Now – Favbookshelf

To be honest, I find books with these themes to be the most beautifully written. I have no clue why that is so, but for some reason, I always know that if one of the book’s tags is LGBT, I will love it. (That’s one kind of prejudice, I guess). So, to identify one’s personality and come to terms with it, LGBT books are best to read.

Here are some of my all-time favorite LGBT books that you need to read to redefine love and self-discovery.

P.S. The common (obviously) genre in all of these books is LGBT, duh.

best lgbt books to read
Best Lgbt Books to Read

P.P.S. The books are arranged in alphabetical order.


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#1 And Playing The Role Of Herself by K.E. Lane


About the Book

And Playing the Role of Herself by [K. E. Lane]
And Playing The Role Of Herself by K.E. Lane

Title: And Playing The Role of Herself

Author: K.E. Lane

Genre: Romance, Contemporary, Adult

Publisher: Regal Crest Enterprises – Yellow Rose Books

Type: Standalone

Pages: 336

Goodreads rating: 4.2/5

Actress Caidence Harris is happy to have landed a leading role in a hot new police drama among star-studded veteran actors. There she meets Robyn Ward, one of her co-stars, who is glamorous, beautiful, and so charming, on the set of her drama. The quintessential A-List celebrity on the fast track to super-stardom. Caid is instantly captivated, but she settles for friendship, positive that Robyn is unavailable and uninterested. That starts to change the more time she spends with her. Maybe she was wrong in assuming Robyn had no interest in her. But having just started her career, would Caid be willing to take a chance on something that has the full potential to crash and burn?

Why do we recommend this book?

Oh My God, Caid and Robyn were so amazing together! Their chemistry! And the angst! Everything about this book was typical Hollywood, yet it made my heart flutter (not me pretending I am above the cliches). The plot is bland and over-used at most, but the characters are what makes this such an enjoyable read. Caid was a complete hoot and such an excellent role model. A proper girl crush material, it’s no wonder Robyn fell for her (this doesn’t count as a spoiler, I already said this was a cliche).

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#2 Aristotle and Dante Series by Benjamin Alire Sáenz


About the Book

Aristotle and Dante Series by Benjamin Alire Sáenz; best lgbt books to read
Aristotle and Dante Series by Benjamin Alire Sáenz

Title: Aristotle and Dante

Author: Benjamin Alire Sáenz

Genre: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary

Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers

Type: Series

No. of Books: 2

Books in it: #1 Aristotle and Dante Discover The Secrets of The Universe, #2 Aristotle and Dante Dive Into The Waters of The World

Goodreads rating: 4.3/5

Ari and Dante are as opposite as they come by. While Ari suffers from self-doubt and family problems, Dante enjoys life and poetry. Ari would have never thought that the one person to break down his walls would be the self-assured, gorgeous Dante. In this young-adult series, the two boys learn to love and live life from each other and realize who they want to be while supporting and encouraging each other, helping themselves and the people around them grow.

Why do we recommend this book?

I wept not just because this was a beautiful piece of writing but also because I didn’t want it to end. These characters are lovely, and their story is so precious. So please give it a chance. You would surely not be disappointed if you loved Love Simon by Becky Albertalli and I’ll Give You The Sun by Jandy Nelson. These books have the perfect LGBT representations, and you need to read these to figure out what the hype is all about.

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#3 Carol by Patricia Highsmith


About the Book

Carol (Virago Modern Classics Book 181) by [Patricia Highsmith]; best lgbt books to read
Carol by Patricia Highsmith

Title: Carol

Author: Patricia Highsmith (Pseudonym Claire Morgan)

Genre: Romance, Historical

Publisher: W. W. Norton Company

Type: Standalone

Pages: 304

Goodreads rating: 4/5

Therese Belivet, a stage designer, trapped, is in a sedentary, tedious department-store day job. That is shattered by the appearance of a gorgeous epiphany—Carol Aird, a customer who comes in to buy her daughter a Christmas toy. Therese begins to gravitate toward the alluring suburban housewife trapped in a marriage as stultifying as Therese’s job. They fall in love and set out across the United States, ensnared by society’s confines and the imminent disapproval of others, yet propelled by their infatuation. Carol, first published in 1952, is a cult classic loved throughout the globe as a story of love that defies society.

Why do we recommend this book?

How could anyone not love this book? I adore this book. This is one of those LGBT books where the characters are annoying for most of the book (especially Carol), but that’s the whole point, and you need to read it. You are not supposed to like them. You are supposed to see them as real people who make mistakes and are affected by their complex emotions. So again, I love this book, and I wish I could re-discover it.

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#4 Dirty Forty series by Mia Monroe


About the Book

Dirty Forty (Friendship and Desire Book 1) by [Mia Monroe]
Dirty Forty by Mia Monroe

Title: Friendship and Desire

Author: Mia Monroe

Genre: Gay, Romance, Contemporary, Friends to Lovers, Fake dating

Type: Series

No. of books: 1

Name of books: #1 Dirty Forty

Goodreads Rating: 3.91 / 5

Zach and Dominic have been best friends since their childhood. However, they both are single and nearing their forties. When Dominic’s family keeps asking him about relationships and marriage, he tells them that he’s seeing Zach. The only problem is that Zach is gay and Dominic is not. This book is all about finding and accepting your sexuality. It is the journey from fake dating to absolute dating, finding one’s sexuality, about friends and family, and love. It’s a friends-to-lovers happy-go-lucky kind of romance. So if you are looking for books to read in the LGBT genre with a friends-to-lovers theme, I would recommend this one.

P.S This series is available on Kindle Unlimited. So if you have subscribed to it, you can read it for free.

Why do we recommend this book?

It was a fantastic read, and it is best to read it while curled up with a cup of hot chocolate. 😄 I also learned about a new type of sexuality called demisexuality. It was a fun read and one of the best LGBT books to read and recommend.

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#5 Fingersmith by Sarah Waters


About the Book

Fingersmith by Sarah Waters; best lgbt books to read
Fingersmith by Sarah Waters

Title: Fingersmith

Author: Sarah Waters

Genre: Historical, Romance, Mystery

Publisher: Riverhead Books

Type: Standalone

Pages: 592

Goodreads rating: 4/5

Sue Trinder is an orphan who was left as an infant in the care of Mrs. Sucksby, a “baby farmer.” Mrs. Sucksby’s household, with its fussy babies calmed with doses of gin, also hosts a transient family of petty thieves—finger smith—for whom this house in the heart of a mean London slum is home. One day, the most beloved thief of all arrives with an enticing proposition for Sue: If she wins a position as the maid to Maud Lilly, a naïve gentlewoman, and aids Gentleman in her seduction, they will all share in Maud’s vast inheritance. Wanting to pay back the kindness of her adopted family, Sue agrees. Unfortunately, the plans quickly derail as she grows to pity her helpless mark and care for her. Not knowing that no one and nothing is as it seems on this side of the city.

Why do we recommend this book?

The victorian setting sold this to me (I seriously love that era so much and would read pretty much anything as long as it has that period as its primary setting). The central theme of this novel isn’t romance. It’s mainly a mystery book, where it feels like every character is being played. And that plot twist near the ending? Mind glowingly genius. Both the main characters – Sue and Maud, were amazingly written (especially Maud – I have a minor girl crush on her), and honestly, you all need to get on the bandwagon fast and read all works by Sarah Waters.

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#6 Hidden Species by Louisa Winters


About the Series

Hidden Species, LGBT book recommendations
Hidden Species by Louisa Winters

Title: Hidden Species

Author: Louisa Winters

Genre: LGBT, Gay, Romance, Paranormal

Publisher: Independently PUblished

Type: Series

No. of Books in it: 4

Books in it: #1 Demons Do it Better, #2 One Bite with a Vampire, #3 Hijinks with a Hellhound, #4 Sorcerers Always Satisfy

Goodreads Rating: 4.2 / 5

So in this series, the romantic journey of Lucifer’s elite team members is told side by side with an exciting fantasy plot. In the first book, Sam and Gideon’s story is described. In the second, we learn about Andrew and Noah’s story, and in the third, Alistair and Aidan’s story is told. And in the final book, David and Caolan’s story is described. I can’t give you much of the plot description without giving spoilers. So, I will just tell you to expect the unexpected. 😉

P.S.: This series is available on Kindle Unlimited. If you have subscribed to it, you can read this book for free.

Why do we recommend this book?

I had an enjoyable time reading this series. This book was not your typical Lucifer book. However, it was fun knowing these characters. It’s one of the top LGBT books that I recommend often, and you need to read it.

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#7 Kincaid Pack by Kiki Clark


About the Book

Kincaid Pack by Kiki Clark; best lgbt books to read
Kincaid Pack by Kiki Clark

Title: Kincaid Pack

Author: Kiki Clark

Genre: Gay, LGBTQ, Fantasy

Publisher: Kiki Clark

Type: Series

No. of Books in it: 3

Books in it: #1 Alpha and his King, #2 The Second and is Bonded, #3 The Deputy and his Enforcer

Goodreads Rating: 4.2 / 5

The author has published a prequel to this series, i.e., a book that happened before the main story. Its name is New Pack for a New Year. Click here: New Pack for New Year to know more about it.

So this series focuses more on its romance plot than its paranormal plot. All three books tell the story of different couples who find each other. The first book has the story of Rick and Kai, the second is of Bennet and Kieran, and the third book tells the story of Marcus and Robson. Their relationships form while they all deal with attacks, Alpha Council and witches, and more significant threats. This series is full of different types of shifters, alphas, witches, love, and family.

P.S.: This series is available on Kindle Unlimited. If you have subscribed to it, you can read this book for free.

Why do we recommend this book?

This book is fascinating and fun to read. I had a few doubts about how it will turn out. But, after reading a few pages, I was hooked. Getting started in the game is difficult, but you’ll find that you’re in a fascinating world once you get into it. I would recommend this book if you are looking for paranormal LGBT books to read.

P.S.: This book is available on Kindle Unlimited. If you have subscribed to it, then you can read this book for free.

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#8 Mr. Frosty Pants by Leta Blake


About the Book

Mr. Frosty Pants by Leta Blake
Mr. Frosty Pants by Leta Blake

Title: Mr. Frosty Pants

Author: Leta Blake

Genre: Contemporary Romance, LGBTQ, Friends to Lovers

Publisher: Leta Blake Books

Type: Series (can be read as a standalone)

Pages: 314

Followed by: Mr. Naughty List

Goodreads Rating: 3.96/ 5

This book is a second chance, friends to lovers romance. So Casey went away to college and ghosted his straight friend Joel as he had deep feelings for him. When he returns to his hometown after four years, he goes to see Joel just one time. But Joel isn’t as straight as Casey believes. He had feelings for Casey in the same way Casey had for him. But he has hidden well because of his abusive father. Will Joel admit his feelings and accept his sexuality? Will they have their happily ever after?

P.S.: This book is available on Kindle Unlimited. If you have subscribed to it, you can read this book for free.

Why do we recommend this book?

If you are looking for a festive read with LGBT themes, I recommend these books. After reading this, I was expecting snow around myself and thinking it was Christmas and was confused why it was not so.😄 And then I realized summer was going on, and winter was far away. I loved this gay romance and would recommend it if you are looking for a second chance friends-to-lovers romance!

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#9 One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston


About the Book

One Last Stop by [Casey McQuiston]
One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston

Title: One Last Stop

Author: Casey McQuiston

Genre: Fantasy, Contemporary, Adult

Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin

Type: Standalone

Pages: 418

Goodreads rating: 4/5

August, 23-year-old, doesn’t believe in magic or love. She is practical to the core, and she is sure nothing would ever change her outlook on life. But then she sees this beautiful girl on the train, Jane – charming and mysterious. August knows she has a subway crush, but she slowly realizes that her mystery girl is more than an old-school punk rocker wannabe – she is laterally displaced in time from the 1970s. As August does everything in her power to save the girl lost in time, she starts to accept that maybe she was wrong about magic – they do happen. And they are beautiful.

Why do we recommend this book?

One Last Destination is honestly one of the best books of 2021. August and Jane were so amazing together, and the way they both complimented each other – both were damsels and knights simultaneously at times – was honestly goal. The writing was gorgeous (it’s McQuiston, that much is obvious), and I loved that the story was more character-driven than plot-driven (because time-traveling is rarely done right, and I appreciated that the author didn’t try too hard with that part, mainly playing with this genre)

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#10 Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston


About the Book

Red, White & Royal Blue by [Casey McQuiston]
Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston

Title: Red, White & Royal Blue

Author: Casey McQuiston

Genre: Young Adult, Romance, Contemporary

Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin

Type: Standalone

Pages: 421

Goodreads rating: 4.2/5

First Son, Alex Claremont-Diaz, is a prince this side of the Atlantic. Prince Henry is also a prince. The privileges of being international socialites also mean having specific duties. One that neither of the two boys was able to maintain. When photos of a confrontation between the two long-time nemeses at a royal wedding leaked to the tabloids, it threatened American/British relations. And the plan for damage control? The two need to stage a fake friendship. As Alex’s mother kicks off her reelection bid, he juggles a secret relationship with the prince that would most probably (definitely) derail her campaign. Is the two’s love worth the sacrifice they would have to give? Just how much can love conquer before giving out?

Why do we recommend this book?

Enemies/Rivals to reluctant fake-friendship to real friendship to lovers trope! Oh, how I wish we had more of these. Anyways! Casey McQuiston outdoes herself with this book – the closeted representation is impressive. And the chemistry between Alex and Henry was out of the world. Truly a masterpiece from its cover, title, characters, and plot to the central theme and conflicts, Red, White & Royal Blue is a must-read if you love LGBT romance books.

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#11 Sing You Home by Jodi Picoult


About the Book

Sing You Home: the moving story you will not be able to put down by the number one bestselling author of A Spark of Light by [Jodi Picoult]
Sing You Home by Jodi Picoult

Title: Sing You Home

Author: Jodi Picoult

Genre: Contemporary, Adult, Drama

Publisher: Atria Books

Type: Standalone

Pages: 466

Goodreads rating: 3.8/5

After Zoe Baxter lost her baby, the only way she could cope was to try again. Then her husband brings another boulder to her – he wants a divorce. As Zoe finds the will to live and love again, she gets herself an unexpected second chance at having a family. But Max has found a new life too, and there is no place for people like Zoe in his world. As he stands before the court to question Zoe’s choice of partner and how that disqualifies her as a mother, Jodi Picoult challenges the world – Who has the right to decide what makes the ideal family?

Why do we recommend this book?

Picoult’s take on gay marriage and homosexual inequality are inspiring in contemporary society. And her characters are so beautifully complex and impossible not to feel related to. I especially loved Zoe and her quest for motherhood and love. I felt for her and her broken heart so much that I just wanted her to get the child she always wanted (and deserved). A book worth spending money for tissues over.

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#12 The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee


About the Book

The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue (Montague Siblings Book 1) by [Mackenzi Lee]
The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee

Title: The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue

Author: Mackenzi Lee

Genre: Historical Fiction, Young Adult, Romance

Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books

Type: Standalone

Pages: 513

Goodreads rating: 4/5

Henry “Monty” Montague might have been bred to be a gentleman, but he was never one to be tamed. The finest boarding schools in England and the constant disapproval of his father haven’t been able to curb any of his roguish passions—not for gambling halls, late nights spent with a bottle of spirits, or living a life of rake to the fullest. But as Monty embarks on his Grand Tour of Europe, his father’s expectation of him to take over the family’s estate leads to his pleasure-filled life-ending. Not to mention the impossible crush he seems to be nursing on his best friend and traveling companion, Percy. With one year to enjoy his fun life, he vows to make the most of it with Percy, but when one of his many reckless decisions gives way to horrible consequences, Monty realizes that maybe it’s time to stop running from responsibilities.

Why do we recommend this book?

Though the first book in Montague Siblings series (which is incredible, so give it a try; all the three siblings are pure trouble whom you can’t help but fall for). These books have excellent LGBT representation, and one can also read this book as a standalone. Monty is a hoot from the first chapter and lovable with all his flaws. His and Percy’s dynamics were superb, and the setting (adventure) of the book enhanced its likeness tenfolds.

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#13 The Murder Between Us by Tal Bauer


About the Book

The Murder Between Us by Tal Bauer, LGBT recommendations
The Murder Between Us by Tal Bauer

Title: The Murder Between Us

Author: Tal Bauer

Genre: LGBT, Suspense, Romance

Publisher: WGW Books

Type: Standalone

Pages: 280

Goodreads rating: 4.3 / 5

FBI Agent Noah had questions about his sexuality. But, since he was already in Vegas, he thought that a single night should answer his questions about it. That is the night when he meets the man of his fantasies, Cole. And now, all his doubts about being gay are cleared. They had planned to meet the next day again, but his visit is cut short when he gets an urgent call from Des Moines, his home, about the trail of a vicious serial killer who disappeared six years ago and has suddenly resurfaced. 

When FBI profiler Cole Kennedy is sent to Iowa to profile the killer, he finds more questions than answers about the murderer and Noah. But now, thrown together, they unravel the killer’s profile and follow his trail back to the beginning. So what is going to happen? Who is the murderer? And what about Noah and Cole?

P.S.: This book is available on Kindle Unlimited. If you have subscribed to it, then you can read this book for free.

Why do we recommend this book?

This book is incredible. There are many twists and turns. Some I saw coming, and some I didn’t. It was fun guessing who the murderer was. And don’t get me started on the relationship between Cole and Noah. It was everything I thought it would be and more. The author has done an excellent job in managing both mystery and romance. It is undoubtedly one of my favorite LGBT reads, and it tops the list of LGBT books you need to read.

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#14 The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid


About The Book

Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo: The Sunday Times Bestseller by [Taylor Jenkins Reid]; best lgbt books to read
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Title: The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Author: Taylor Jenkins Reid

Genre: Historical fiction, Romance, Adult

Publisher: Atria Books

Type: Standalone

Pages: 400

Goodreads rating: 4.5/5

In this stunning mystery novel, Hollywood movie icon Evelyn Hugo, who has so far lived as a recluse for years, decides to tell the truth about her scandalous life to the world. Monique Grant would have never expected she would be the one to be chosen. Nevertheless, she considers this a one-in-a-million opportunity to ginger up her career. Evelyn tells Monique her whole life story, from making her way to Los Angeles in the 1950s to her decision to leave show business in the ‘80s. Not to mention her seven husbands. Monique begins to feel an actual connection to the legendary star, but as Evelyn’s story nears its end, it becomes clear that her life crosses with Monique’s own in tragic and unrepairable ways.

Why do we recommend this book?

Uff this book. I am sure everyone has at least heard about this book or has found it in their recommendations several times (I know I was – it was there in mystery, romance, historical fiction, and just about everywhere). I have never been happier with my recommendation statistic than this time. The last half of this novel is just a vast mind wreck in the most beautifully brutal way. So the next time you get this book in recommendations, jump straight into it. One of my favorite books to read, and that too with an LGBT representation as a plus.

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#15 The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller


About the Book

The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller
The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller

Title: The Song of Achilles

Author: Madeline Miller

Genre: Greek Mythology, LGBT, Romance, Gay

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

Type: Standalone

Pages: 389

Goodreads rating: 4.3 / 5

Patroclus, an awkward young prince, is exiled to the court of King Peleus. His son, Achilles, was the perfect prince and son. By all means, Achilles and his Patroclus’ paths should have never crossed, but they meet. Achilles takes the shy and awkward boy under his wing. And soon they become perfect friends. And slowly, their friendship blossoms into love. Next, they both go to learn from Chiron, the centaur. But then word comes that Helen of Sparta has been kidnapped. Torn between love and fear for his friend, Patroclus journeys with Achilles to Troy, little knowing that years to follow will test everything they hold dear.

Why do we recommend this book?

I was very excited to know about Achilles’ story after reading Percy Jackson’s Greek Heroes, as he is very famous in Greek mythology. And I was not at all disappointed. It was beautiful following Achilles and Patroclus’s story. Especially during the time of war. I love this book so so much. It is just awesome! 😍 So, I would recommend these books if you are looking for a mixture of LGBT, romance, and mythology to read.

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About the Series

Vampire Related Crimes by Alice Winters; best lgbt books to read
Vampire Related Crimes by Alice Winters

Title: VRC: Vampire Related Crimes

Author: Alice Winters

Genre: LGBT, Vampires, Romance

Publisher: Amazon Digital Services

Type: Series

No. of Books in it: 4

Books in it: #1 How to Vex a Vampire, #2 How to Elude a Vampire, #3 How to Lure a Hunter, #4 How to Save a Human

Goodreads Rating: 4.3 / 5

*This series has some triggers considering violence.

This series is about the Vampire Related Crimes organization, the FBI dealing with vampires’ problems. It tells us the romantic story of one of its team. The first and second books tell us the story of Finn and Marcus, and the third one tells us about the relationship between Claude and Alexei. And the fourth and final book tells us about River and Bentley.

P.S.: This book is available on Kindle Unlimited. If you have subscribed to it, then you can read this book for free.

Why do we recommend this book?

I was looking for some vampire romance when I came across this one. It is an Epic read. There were so many fun moments. I have laughed so many times while reading this series that I have lost the count. This is probably one of my favorite LGBT series (shhh… don’t tell that to my other favorites 😜). The characters were all AMAZING! And I didn’t think that the story would end where it ended. I loved it. And I would recommend it to anyone looking to read Lgbt romance books.

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#17 Waiting In The Wings by Melissa Brayden


About the Book

Waiting in the Wings by [Melissa Brayden]; best lgbt books to read
Waiting In The Wings by Melissa Brayden

Title: Waiting In The Wings

Author: Melissa Brayden

Genre: Romance, Contemporary

Publisher:  Bold Strokes Books

Type: Standalone

Pages: 249

Goodreads rating: .1/5

If you don’t get lost, there’s a chance you may never be found. Jenna McGovern has spent her whole life training for the stage. So when she lands a prime supporting role in the hottest Broadway touring production in the country, she is more than excited. Especially when Jenna finds out that the acclaimed television star Adrienne Kenyon is headlining the show. Jenna settles quickly into life on tour and has a promising career in front of her, only if she plays her cards right. Though she respects Ariadne, she never expected her to become a significant factor in her future. As the two women grow closer onstage and off, they must learn how to fit each other into a demanding lifestyle full of unexpected twists and difficult decisions so that they don’t lose everything they have worked hard for.

Why do we recommend this book?

I am aware of how much the synopsis sounds like And Playing The Role Of Herself by K.E. Lane, and I guess the elements of the two books are similar, the tropes familiar to both. I am also aware that it doesn’t matter (at least, not to me). Forbidden romance, entertainment biz, and someone’s whole career on the line. Every time I come across these cliches, I wonder what decisions I would make. And just because my opinions differ from these characters doesn’t mean that I don’t relate to or cheer them (the only reason they differ is that, unlike these characters, I have never been in love). Read this!

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P.S: Some books recommended here are available on Kindle Unlimited. If you have subscribed to it, you can read these books for free. Check out this article: Is Kindle Unlimited Worth It?

SO, to conclude, here is the list of LGBT books to read, along with the link to the book or box set. If it’s available in a box set, we have mentioned so.

1. And Playing The Role Of Herself by K.E. LaneBuy Now
2.Aristotle and Dante Series by Benjamin Alire SáenzBuy Now
Kindle Full series
3.Carol by Patricia HighsmithBuy Now
4.Dirty Forty by Mia MonroeBuy Now
5.Fingersmith by Sarah WatersBuy Now
5.Hidden Species by Louisa MastersBuy Now
6.Home for the Holidays by Leta BlakeBuy the Box-Set
7.Kincaid Pack by Kiki ClarkBuy Now
Kindle Full series
8.Mr. Frosty Pants by Leta BlakeBuy Now
9.One Last Stop by Casey McQuistonBuy Now
10.Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuistonBuy Now
11.Sing You Home by Jodi PicoultBuy Now
12.The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi LeeBuy Now
13.The Murder Between Us by Tal BauerBuy Now
14.The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins ReidBuy Now
15.The Song of Achilles by Madeline MillerBuy Now
16.VRC: Vampire Related Crimes by Alice WintersBuy Now
Full Kindle series
17.Waiting In The Wings by Melissa BraydenBuy Now
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Do read every book in this list of LGBT Book Recommendations. They all are interesting and fun reads.

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