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Last Updated: April 26, 2024

All the World Beside by Garrard Conley

All the World Beside
by Garrard Conley

Cana, Massachusetts: a utopian vision of 18th-century Puritan New England. To the outside world, Reverend Nathaniel Whitfield and his family stand as godly pillars of their small-town community, drawing Christians from across the New World into their fold. One such Christian, physician Arthur Lyman, discovers in the minister’s words a love so captivating it transcends language. As the bond between these two men grows more and more passionate, their families must contend with a tangled web of secrets, lies, and judgments which threaten to destroy them in this world and the next.

Interesting Facts About Space by Emily Austin

Meet Enid: a lesbian who’s a serial dater and deaf in one ear. She works at The Space Agency as an information architect, and when she’s not obsessing over true crime podcasts, she’s managing her crippling phobia of bald people. While she tries not think about her teenage years, she can’t seem to stop obsessively watching her childhood YouTube channel. But as Enid fumbles her way through her first serious relationship and navigates a new family life with her estranged half-sisters, she starts to worry that someone is following her. As her paranoia starts to take over her life, and the personal growth she’s worked to achieve, she gradually discovers the one thing she can’t outrun–herself.

Late Bloomer by Mazey Eddings

Late Bloomer
by Mazey Eddings

After winning the lottery (which has ruined her life, as she can’t stop saying yes to those asking for money), Opal Devlin puts the rest of the money into buying a failing flower farm in Asheville, North Carolina. She wants to let the flowers live out their plant destiny while she uses the property’s cabin to start her painting business. However, Pepper Boden is waiting for Opal, stating she’s the rightful owner of Thistle and Bloom Farms, and isn’t moving out.

Greta and Valdin by Rebecca K Reilly

Greta & Valdin
by Rebecca K. Reilly

Valdin is still in love with his ex-boyfriend Xabi, who used to drive around Auckland in a ute but now drives around Buenos Aires in one. Greta is in love with her fellow English tutor Holly, who doesn’t know how to pronounce Greta’s surname, Vladislavljevic, properly. From their Auckland apartment, brother and sister must navigate the intricate paths of modern romance as well as weather the small storms of their eccentric Māori-Russian-Catalonian family.

These Letters End in Tears by Musih Tedji Xaviere

These Letters End in Tears
by Musih Tedji Xaviere

Set in a country where being gay is punishable by law, These Letters End in Tears is the heart-wrenching forbidden love story of a Christian girl with a rebellious heart and a Muslim girl leading a double life.

At her Service by Amy Spaulding

At Her Service
by Amy Spaulding

Max Van Doren has a wish list, and a great career and a girlfriend are at the top. But despite being pretty good at her job as an assistant to one of Hollywood’s fastest rising talent agents, she has no idea how to move up the ladder. And when it comes to her love life, she’s stuck in perpetual lust for an adorably perfect bartender named Sadie. Her goals are clear–and Max has everything but the self-confidence to go for them.