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Pride Month Romance Novel Recs

Updated: Jun 18, 2018

June is LGBT Pride Month. To honor that, I'm going to recommend romance novels that feature LGBT couples.

1. Bad Company by K.A. Mitchell. I could happily recommend every book in this series, and heck, I may bop back around to them. This is book 1 and sets the stage for this wonderful, intelligent, complicated group of friends as they find their Happily Ever Afters. Nate and Kellen's former-best-friends to lovers story will have you one-clicking for more.

2. All Through the Night by Suzanne Brockmann. FBI Agent Jules Cassidy and actor Robin Chadwick's relationship develops over several books in the romantic suspense Troubleshooters series, but this is their satisfying HEA.

3. Single Malt by Layla Reyne. Rocking the Partners to Lovers trope, this series about FBI agents Aidan Talley and Jamison Walker is full of suspense, intrigue, and deep emotions.

4. Carry the Ocean by Heidi Cullinan. A brilliant and beautiful M/M NA romance dealing with autism and depression and proof that there is someone special for all of us.

5. Stuck With You by Jenna Kendrick. A New Adult romance that includes a coming out plot about sweet, flawed, and lovable characters.

6. Rough, Raw and Ready by Lorelei James. Every book in this Western series is fabulous. This one includes a smokin' hot MMF relationship that is all heart.


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