Sierra Wilson

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A Bluestocking’s Guide to Decadence

A compelling romance between two very different women nonconformists in Victorian England that’s a good fit for any reader who enjoys queer historical romance.

Everyone I Kissed Since You Got Famous

This first novel from Marvel (the pen name of Ruthie Knox and Annie Mare, coauthors of the forthcoming mystery Big Name Fan) is compellingly written, with a light touch on serious subjects and strong chemistry between the main characters. Recommended for readers who enjoy sapphic friends-to-lovers and celebrity romances.

Late Bloomer

Recommended for readers who enjoy contemporary queer romance, meet-cutes, and rural settings.

Don’t Want You Like a Best Friend

Alban’s debut is a disarmingly sweet and well-written story that promises two romances for the price of one. This has wide appeal and is recommended for readers who enjoy sapphic stories, new-adult fiction, or historical romance.


Recommended for readers who enjoy found family, working-class historical romances, and stern sea captains with hearts of gold.

Fly with Me

Burke crafts a heartfelt, emotional novel about two women who must learn to trust themselves enough to fall in love. Recommend to fans of Helen Hoang and Abby Jimenez.

Lush Lives

This will appeal to readers who enjoy sapphic romance or literary mysteries and especially to those who enjoyed Nella Larsen’s Passing.

New Romances Featuring the Grumpy/Sunshine Trope


Forget Me Not

A funny, heartfelt love letter to the author’s hometown of Sacramento, that will interest readers who enjoy second-chance romance, fiery sexual chemistry, and grumpy/sunshine relationship dynamics.

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