On my TBR – Novels with f/f romances


Look, I don’t usually do resolutions. I don’t even do TBRs anymore because for some reason I never manage to follow them. However, last year I realized that I almost never read stories with f/f romances, and… well, it made me feel uncomfortable, which is great, if you’re asking me. Yes, it’s great, because I know that my discomfort comes from the realization that I have internalized biases – and I want to crush them. Hard. Because how shitty would I be if I ignored the fact that my inner self acted as if men’s stories were more interesting?

I won’t hide from the fact that as far as I’m concerned, my f/f versus m/m ratio makes a crappy human being out of me (because of course, I’ve read way more m/m than f/f). God, I want to slap myself sometimes, but instead of whining and looking for ways to find excuses (I have none), I prefer doing something about it. So here we go : thanks to all my wonderful friends on twitter, I put together a list of novels with f/f pairings to add to my TBR, and I cannot wait to read them all.

And because I love challenging myself (I’m a teacher, after all), I aim to read at least 20 of them before July 15th. 

*** Please click on the links under the covers to go to the books’ Goodreads pages and check the category (YA, Adult Fiction…) and the genre (some are romance novels, others are from another genre with a side romance).





What are your favorite f/f romances? Have you read any of these books? Do you intend to? I’m a sucker for buddy-read so feel free to let me a comment if you want to read one of them with me!

14 responses to “On my TBR – Novels with f/f romances

  1. aaaaah Alienor I’m so happy!! The Abyss Surrounds Us is great if you like enemies-to-lovers and bed sharing and really funny banter – I think it’d be your thing. A&B is great if you like hilarity and I think you would also love it. How to Make a Wish is great for a really emotive contemporary, which I know you haven’t been reading as much lately, but is so worth the read if not!

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  2. Thank youuuuu ❤️ Wow when you describe it like that, The Abyss Surrounds Us DOES look like 100% in my alley, omg 😍 I already own it so it will probably be one of my first choices 😃 I do love emotive contemporaries as well when I’m in the mood for them (when I’m in a good place?). And I read and really enjoyed the first novel of Mechanical Hearts – I thought it was over the top but in a good way, you know? So funny and cute. Anyway thank you so much for your advices 💕


  3. Great list! Of the many books on here, I think there’s only 8 that I’ve even seen reviewed/promoted. You make a good point about the m/m vs. f/f balance. I think all of the books I’ve read have mainly been from a m/m perspective, which is interesting because that definitely wasn’t a conscious choice on my part. I wonder how the publishing stats break down. The cover for A&B is adorable.

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  4. Don’t worry, Alienor, I was the same!! It took me a while to realise I was reading way more m/m compared to f/f – and I hadn’t even noticed until discussions were brought up on twitter about how everyone prioritises m/m over f/f. I’ve started reading way more f/f now, and I’ve found a few favourites. I love the list you’ve created: I’ve seen a few books I loved and some more I haven’t heard of! You’ll love The Love Song of Sawyer Bell, Queens of Geek, Knit One Girl Two and It’s Not Like It’s a Secret.

    Can I recommend one more? The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo!! Not many people realise this is an f/f novel, but it is and it’s the most beautiful book I’ve read in a long, long time. The book really queer-baits, it’s amazing 😂 If you get the chance, give this incredible book a chance. You’ll love it so much!!!
    Great post!

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  5. Yessss I’m so happy you want to read more! I’ve barely started getting more into f/f myself and honestly? I don’t think I ever wanna stop now. I have read a few of the books you linked up and even more are on my TBR, but there’s also a lot of stuff I had never seen around or that I didn’t know was f/f! I shall keep this post as a f/f guideline ❤

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    • Awww your comment made my day ♥ Thank you ! I don’t know why I never read many f/f??? I mean I did read some but so few compared from m/f and even m/m. When I realized that I felt so shitty honestly. Anyway I can’t wait to read them all now, and I’ll look at your reads as well!

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  6. QUEENS OF GEEK! THE SPELLBOOK OF THE LOST AND FOUND! GIRLS MADE OF SNOW AND GLASS! Loved all of these so much, I hope you’ll read them and will love them as well 😀 I heard fantastic things about How To Make a Wish, that one is really high on my TBR, I can’t wait to read it someday ❤

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