The books listed on this page don’t fall perfectly into one of the other categories.
Not Every River by Robbi McCoy [archeology/mystery/romance] – Okay
Prairie Fire by LJ Maas [historical western] – Okay
Something to Believe by Robbi McCoy [story covering long timespan/romance] – Recommended
The Crown of Valencia by Catherine Friend [time-travel/romance] – Recommended
The Latecomer by Sarah Aldridge [first book published by Naiad Press in the 70s/love story] – Okay
The O’Malley Legacy by Kate Sweeney – No
The Secret Trilogy by Francine Saint Marie – No
Notes on some of the books listed above:
Tales of the City is the first book in the series by Maupin. They are set in San Francisco and have several POV characters of all persuasions. Lesbians don’t have a very prominent place in the first book as I recall, but two lesbian characters have more storylines further into the series. Excellent books and very fun to read!
The O’Malley Legacy listed as a not recommended. This looked like a book I would love and the reviews on Amazon were positive so I bought it. However, the writing and characterizations made me cringe so much that I didn’t get past chapter two. It’s entirely possible it’s actually a decent book but I didn’t get far enough to know.
This page has the following sub pages.
- Backwards to Oregon by Jae – Review
- Complementary Colors by Kate Evans – Review
- Gladiatrix by Russell Whitfield – Review
- A Pirate’s Heart by Catherine Friend – Review
- Sistine Heresy by Justine Saracen – Review
- The Sea Hawk by Brenda Adcock – Review
- The Sublime and Spirited Voyage of Original Sin by Colette Moody – Review
- The War Between the Hearts by Nann Dunne – Review
- Tipping the Velvet by Sarah Waters – Review
- The World Unseen by Shamim Sarif – Review
- Stranded by Blayne Cooper – Review