Most of these romances feature gay and bisexual men. I have read a lesbian romance, but, for me, it don’t mean a thing, if it ain’t got that schwing. Unless otherwise noted, everything on this list has a contemporary setting. Reviews are linked, recommended books are in bold.
Albert, Annabeth Waiting for Clark (Bryce/Clark) Hallelujah, both gay the whole time!
Banner, Darryl Dog Tags (Brandon/Jesse)
Bettencourt, Rick Marketing Beef (Evan/Dillon)
Bowen, Sarina The Understatement of the Year (Graham/Rikker) – New Adult, part of the fantastic Ivy Years series, I really liked it.
Calmes, Mary A Piece of Cake novella (Jory/Sam) – Light and fluffy, mid-series novella
Charles, KJ A Seditious Affair: A Society of Gentlemen Novel – (Silas/Dominic) Historical, strong political elements and period details.
Dee, Cara Noah (Noah/Julien) – squicky dynamic
Ford, Rhys Sinner’s Gin (Kane/Miki) – Overshadowed by the background story and over-the-top main plot.
Gale, Avon Power Play (Misha/Max) – Contemporary hockey romance, quite enjoyable
Grace, Aria More Than Friends (Ryan/Zach) – New Adult
Hart, Riley Collide (Cooper/Noah) – Decent, I meant to review it, but never bothered.
Hawk,Jordan Widdershins (Percival/Griffin) – Paranormal, very entertaining
Kell, Amber Attracting Anthony (Silver/Anthony) – Paranormal, weird daddy/son tone
Kennedy, Sean Tigers and Devils (Simon/Declan) – Charming, a novel with romance more than a romance novel
Klein, K-Lee Lazy Sundays (Devon/Scott) – Very quick read
Merrow, J.L Muscling Through (Al/Larry) – Big and stupid (really stupid) meets small and smart
Milan, Courtney The Suffragette Scandal (Edward/Free) – It has a small lesbian subplot and a unacknowledged but clear gay partnership in addition to the main M/F romance, but this book is SO GOOD I am including it anyway.
Milan, Courtney Her Every Wish (Crash/Daisy) – It’s a M/F historical romance, but the hero identifies as bisexual.
Milan, Courtney Hold Me (Jay/Maria) – Contemporary new adult romance in which the hero is bi and the heroine is transgender.
Northcote, Jay First Class Package novella (Jim/Patrick) – quick, light read
Riley, Sierra Guardian (Titus/Alex) – If you like big, tattooed men, this could be for you.
Stewart, Nicole Home for Three (Selwyn/Jack/Kess) – A gay man, a bisexual one, and a straight woman.
Walker, N.R. The Weight of It All (Henry/Reed) – Contemporary, enjoyable, sweet, funny
Walker, N.R. Learning to Feel (Nathan/Trent) – Contemporary, mostly pretty standard.
Walker, N.R. Sixty Five Hours (Cameron/Lucas) – Contemporary, pretty good.
Walker, N.R. Imago (Jack/Lawson)- Contemporary, very good
Walker, N.R. Twelfth of Never (Mark/Will)- follow up story only
Walker, N.R. Red Dirt Heart (Charlie/Travis) – good, not great
York, Sara Pray the Gay Away (A Southern Thing Book 1) (Jack/Andrew)- high school, drama, sweet, the start of a series.
As always, recommendations are welcome.
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