Speculative fiction is a broad category that includes everything from fantasy to science fiction to horror. Any book with a fantastic element, or something not of our current world or real past, falls under this umbrella. These are by far my favorite types of books.
Daughters of a Coral Dawn** by Katherine V. Forrest [science fiction] – Okay
Everafter by Nell Stark and Trinity Tam [urban fantasy] – Okay
Goldenseal by Gill McKnight [werewolf] – Okay
Gossamer Axe** by Gael Baudino [urban fantasy] – Recommended
The Saga of the Renunciates** by Marion Zimmer Bradley [science fantasy] – Recommended
The Temple at Landfall by Jane Fletcher [science fantasy] – Recommended
Wolfsbane Winter by Jane Fletcher [fantasy] – Okay
Book Notes for some of the titles listed above:
In the Hollows series, of which Dead Witch Walking is the first book, the bi character is not the main character and she is not romantically involved with Rachel, the main character. Though she’d like to be.
In Fledgling the bi content is rather subtle.
Island in the Sea of Time has a very large cast of POV characters, only one of which is a lesbian.
Relative Magic is a collection of Huff short stories, only some of which have lesbian or bi characters.
The character in Shadow’s Daughter does not become involved with a woman until the next book in the Fifth Millenium series.
In Starfarers many of the major characters are bi to some extent or another. Three of the main characters are married to each other in a group marriage, two men and a woman.
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