LGBTQ+

Delilah Green Doesn't Care by Ashley Blake

Delilah Green Doesn’t Care
by Ashley Herring Blake

Delilah Green is pressured by her stepsister Astrid to come photograph her wedding back home, a place she swore she’d never return. Yet when she meets Astrid’s friend Claire Sutherland, she decides there may be some fun in Bright Falls.

Siren Queen by Nghi Vo

Siren Queen
by Nghi Vo

In pre-Code Hollywood, Luli Wei is a Chinese American girl who is trying to make it big, yet knows the dangers of the movie business. In her world, the worst monsters are not on the screen. Success comes at a steep price and she’s willing to do whatever it takes.

Young Mungo by Douglas Stuart

Young Mungo
by Douglas Stuart

Mungo and James live in a hyper-masculine, gang-filled, violent environment where they should be enemies. Yet, they fall in love. When Mungo is sent away, he will need strength and courage to get back to James.

We Do What We Do In The Dark by Michelle Hart

We Do What We Do in the Dark
by Michelle Hart

Mallory is a college freshman when she encounters the woman. After the affair, Mallory retreats from the world. As an adult, she examines their relationship and the way it’s shaped her life, and if she should step out into the world or stay in isolation.

Love and Other Disasters by Anita Kelly

Love & Other Disasters
by Anita Kelly

While competing on a popular cooking show, Dahlia Woodson stirs up trouble when she gets involved with nonbinary contestant London Parker, and as their relationship heats up both in and out of the kitchen, she wonders if they have the right ingredients for a happily ever after.

All The Things We Don't Talk About by Amy Feltman

Morgan, who is nonbinary and raised by their neurodivergent father Julian, was aware of their alcoholic mother Zoe’s absence and the need to maintain their scholarship. As they deal with trauma, gender, and falling in love, Zoe reappears, upending everyone’s lives.

Little Foxes Took Up Matches by Katya Kazbek

Mitya’s life mirrors the uncertain future of his country in this novel. He questions his gender as he faces abuse and his country attempts to rebuild itself. Mitya embarks on a journey to discover a place to belong.

Yerba Buena by Nina LaCour

Yerba Buena
by Nina LaCour

Sara Foster and Emilie Dubois must decide if their love is powerful enough to uphold against the weight of their pasts.

Boys Come First by Aaron Foley

Boys Come First
by Aaron Foley

Three men, Dominick, Troy, and Remy must navigate life, friendship, and love through a changing city.