Category Archives: Lesbrary Reviews

Tierney reviews Oath of Honor by Radclyffe

Oath of Honor recounts the reluctant romance between Wes, newly hired head of the White House Medical Unit, and Evyn, dedicated Secret Service agent: though their attraction is immediate (as it so often is in romance novels), the two suppress … Continue reading

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Holly reviews Canary by Nancy Jo Cullen

In her first collection of short stories, Nancy Jo Cullen displays her talent for creating distinct characters and blessing them with the same insecurities that haunt the rest of us.  Although each has their own unique personality, one commonality among … Continue reading

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Kalyanii reviews Neither Present Time by Caren J. Werlinger

It seems as though just about everyone has claimed insight into the nature of serendipity, destiny and happenstance. In fact, one of my most beloved quotes is attributed to former prime minister of Portugal and European Commission president, Jose Manuel … Continue reading

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Bessie reviews Gut Symmetries by Jeanette Winterson

Gut Symmetries is a beautifully written love triangle involving two physicists and a poet. It’s a romance between science and mythology. Jove and Stella seem like an odd couple, the scientist and the poet, who knew each other since they … Continue reading

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Katelyn reviews Wet Moon Volume 1: Feeble Wanderings by Sophie Campbell

I must start this review by saying that I never read graphic novels—not for any particular reason besides that I never felt drawn to any—but this one intrigued me. The cover itself looked so ethereal yet dark and gave off … Continue reading

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Marthese reviews Fat Angie by e.E. Charlton-Trujillo

“There’s more to you than how you look, you’re more than a package” Fat Angie is a book that I had been meaning to read for a while because it seemed like a complex and intersectional queer read. Spoiler: it … Continue reading

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Korri reviews Pembroke Park by Michelle Martin

As an avid reader of historical romance novels and lesbian fiction, I have long known of Michelle Martin’s Pembroke Park; it has a legendary status among readers, which is only heightened by the fact that it is currently out of … Continue reading

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