5 f/f romance recs + 5 f/f romances I have on my TBR

Hello friends and fellow book lovers! For this month’s recommendations post, I consouled my notebook and noticed I wrote down f/f romance books but haven’t made a post yet. I know that people often talk about how it’s hard to find f/f romances and I’m here to help you with that.

Before I get started, I’m not part of the LGBT+ community so I can’t speak to the rep of these. Rather, I enjoyed the romances in them so that’s why I included them. With that little disclaimer out of the way, let’s get into the f/f romance books I have to recommend.

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1. Budding Romance (Nicolette & Dorothea #1)

The first book I have to recommend is of course by one of my new favorite authors and that’s Lara Kinsey. This book follows a romance between two ladies: one of which is headmistress of a school and the other is gardener she hired. Even though this is a short novella, this is one of the softest books I’ve ever read. There’s a little bit of angst but I honestly enjoyed this so I’d recommend this one and the rest of her backlist tbh.

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2. Four Letter Word (After Hours #1)

The next f/f romance I have to recommend is Four Letter Word by Ava Freeman. This is a romance between two co-workers and I’m pretty sure one is lesbian while the other is bisexual. I might be wrong so don’t quote me on it. It’s another short novella but I remember having a great time, reading it and it’s friends-to-lovers so I highly recommend it.

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3. The Kaleidoscope Album Series

The next book/books I have to recommend is The Kaleidoscope Album Series. I’ll be honest and say I’ve only read the first two books in the series. However, they were both a lot of fun, super short and both focused on such different relationships. The first is a romance between a singer and a songwriter while the second is between a member of the band and the girl who is hired to organize her apartment. They’re both incredibly cute and I think they’re not too unrealistic since some celebrity stories can be.

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4. Bingo Love

The next f/f romance I have to recommend is Bingo Love by Tee Franklin. With Graphics-A-Thon likely coming back in January, this is a perfect pick for that. This book follows a romance between two women who reconnect in their old age and fall back in love. This book is so sweet and has such a lovely art style. I just love the colors in this and it’s rare to see f/f romances featuring Black women plus it’s the second one on my list so if you enjoy Four Letter Word, you could check out this one next.

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5. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

I don’t really have to introduce this one, but I really loved it and I know that it’s such a beloved f/f romance. Even though the book focuses more on Evelyn than the romance, it’s such a perfect romance. Easily one of my favorite releases from Taylor Jenkins Reid and if you haven’t read it, this should be your push to finally read it!

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6. A Little Light Mischief

The first f/f romance I have on my TBR is A Little Light Mischief by Cat Sebastian. I’ve never read anything by Cat Sebastian but I know she writes queer historicals and this one has been on my TBR forever. I’m not really sure what this book focuses on but I love historical queer romances and definitely have more I need to read. Lol

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7. A Girl Like Me

The next f/f book I have on my TBR is A Girl Like Me by J. Nichole. I found this one while browsing Kindle Unlimited and this book seems like it’s going to be cute. It’s super short and I love the cover. Honestly, the synopsis doesn’t give me much to go off of but I definitely need to pick it up asap.

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8. Marriage of Unconvenience

The next book on my TBR is Marriage of Unconvenience by Chelsea M. Cameron. I’ve read a few books by this author and enjoyed them. They did used to write m/f romances but I’m pretty sure they write strictly f/f romances now. I think this is about two women who decide to get married so one of them can get their inheritance. Plus it’s friends-to-lovers so I’m crossing my fingers that I love it.

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9. Get It Right (Love at Knockdown #1)

The next book I have on my TBR is one that’s releasing in December. This book is an f/f romance and I’m pretty sure it’s a second chance. I don’t want to know too much before going in but it seems like it’s going to be incredible. Plus that cover is just excellent so I know I’m going to try to squeeze it into my December reading plans.

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10. Mangos and Mistletoe

The final f/f book on my TBR is another one I plan on reading in December. Mangos and Mistletoe was released last year and I remember it being pretty hyped. Since then, I’ve been anxious to read it and see if it’s as cute as others have said. Plus it’s a Christmas romance I’m pretty sure and we all know how much I love holiday romances. Easily one that I know I’ll be reading before the year ends. 🙂

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Those are all of the f/f romances books I have to recommend and ones I have on my TBR. I’m sure there’s more but I love having 10 total. I’d love to know if you would recommend any of the ones I have my TBR. I also might do an m/m version of this post if it ends up performing well. Before you finish reading my post, please take the time to look over these attached links to help with Black Lives Matter.

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6 thoughts on “5 f/f romance recs + 5 f/f romances I have on my TBR

  1. Such a great collection of books! I read A Little Light Mischief over the summer and loved it. Right now I’m reading The Care and Feeding of Waspish Widows. the 2nd Feminine Pursuits romance by Olivia Waite.

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