Love in the Balance by Marianne K Martin, is a beautiful love story. Connie is an accountant (not the sexiest of trades , but, Connie is) Kasey is a master carpenter. Connie is straight and Kasey is the dream butch, perfection. Kasey hires Connie’s firm to help with marketing etc, from the moment they meet… Continue reading Top ten lesbian romances part 4
As I look over my list, I’m struck by how many of them deal with loss and grief. Lisa Shapiro’s Endless Love deals with the death of a young woman’s lover and how she climbs out of the abyss of that grief. Andrea (I’m pretty sure it’s Andrea) in the first part of the book is… Continue reading Top Lesbian Romance novels part 3
In the last post I talked about discovering Karin Kallmaker’s romance novels. What struck most about them is the humour—– Oh and the sex. That woman writes smoking sex scenes. Paperback Romance has an irresistible heroine, Carolyn. She is a hopeless romantic who writes romance novels. Carolyn has had nothing but bad luck with men. Try as she… Continue reading My top ten lesbian romances part 2
Here are my top ten romances. They all have romance in them, although, some are not strictly romance novels. They all have women loving women. 1-Wild Things by Karin Kallmaker 2-Curious Wine by Katherine V Forrest 3-Endless Love by Lisa Shapiro 4-Saving Grace by Jennifer Fulton 5-Landing by Emma Donoghue 6-Watermark by Karin Kallmaker 7-Paperback… Continue reading My top ten Lesbian romances
“Love, in a world where carpenters can be resurected, anything is possible” Eleanor of Aquitaine Years ago I discovered Lesbian romance novels. I had never really enjoyed romance novels I didn’t find them realistic. But, when I discovered the novels of Karin Kallmaker I didn’t really care how realistic they were, I was… Continue reading Romance, why am I so attracted to it?
Yeah, so I’ve been reading a lot of lesbian romance of late. I’m going to be writing reviews for Kissed By Venus http://kissedbyvenus.ca/a lesbian literary web page as well as some stuff for Amazon. I sometimes wonder what it is I like about lesbian romance novels. I guess the answer is— it’s all about hope.… Continue reading Reading a lot of romance