Category Archives: Lesbrary Reviews

Rachel reviews Her Maiden Voyage by Rachel Maldonado

A wonderful lesbian romance that takes place on the Titanic, Her Maiden Voyage by Rachel Maldonado, was just released earlier this year. The protagonist of the story, Marie Antoinette Michaels, earns her passage on the Titanic to escape from England, … Continue reading

Posted in Lesbrary Reviews | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Danika reviews The World Unseen by Shamim Sarif

I had high expectations for this book. I’ve heard really good things about Shamim Sarif, and one of my favourite lesbian movies is I Can’t Think Straight, which is based on Sarif’s novel of the same name, and is directed … Continue reading

Posted in Lesbrary Reviews | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments

Marthese reviews Dare Seize the Fire by Cody L. Stanford

“gifts sometimes come with sharp edges” Dare Seize the Fire is a young adult adventure book with a hint of fantasy. The story is set in Philadelphia and follows Katie Zielinski which is also called Kasia, Katarzyna, Kat and my … Continue reading

Posted in Lesbrary Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Megan Casey reviews Death Wore a Diadem by Iona McGregor

  Christabel MacKenzie is a 17-year-old student attending the Scottish Institute for the Education of the Daughters of Gentlefolk in Edinburgh. Like most of the students there, Christabel’s  family is well to do. In fact, her aunt is a friend … Continue reading

Posted in Lesbrary Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Audrey reviews Femme by Mette Bach

Femme is a nice little YA coming-out novel. It’s told by Sofie, who eventually identifies as a femme (I’m not giving anything away by saying this, seriously), and involves Clea, who fits, as Sofie’s boyfriend Paul says, “the classic jock … Continue reading

Posted in Lesbrary Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Amanda Clay reviews About a Girl by Sarah McCarry

There are more things in Heaven and Earth than are dreamed of in our philosophy. Tally is a girl who knows a lot about heaven. She knows a lot about a lot of things and she doesn’t care who knows … Continue reading

Posted in Lesbrary Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Elinor reviews Best Lesbian Romance of the Year: Volume One edited by Radclyffe

I am so happy I read this anthology. The introduction starts with an Audre Lorde quote, which is the right way to kick off a book. The stories ran the gamut from meeting cute to the culmination of decades of … Continue reading

Posted in Lesbrary Reviews | Tagged , , , , , , , | Leave a comment