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F ALAM Rumaan
Two families, strangers to each other, are forced together on a long weekend gone terribly wrong.
F BELLEFLEUR Alexandria
While touring a wedding venue with her engaged friends, Margot comes face-to-face with Olivia Grant—her childhood friend and her first love. Will Margot get ditch her no-strings- attached rule and give love a second chance?
F CHANG K-Ming
A collection of short stories that include a variety of tales that mixes elements of the surreal to embody the heartache and memories of the Asian American women depicted.
F DUMOND Susie
A people-pleasing bridesmaid-for-hire falls for the crushable new lesbian in town. Will she finally find her happily ever after—and her own voice?
F HIGGINS Chencia
To elevate her brand, a closeted social media influencer goes on a reality TV show where she must convince her family and friends she's getting married to the love of her life in six weeks.
F MAYQUIST Kit
While working for a rich family, Lena discovers they are responsible for the ruin of her own family. She embarks on a quest for revenge where she must decide how much she is willing to risk for payback.
F MILKS Megan
A queer coming-of-age novel about a girlhood interrupted by an eating disorder, only to twist into a genre-bending excavation of gender, identity, and literary mystery.
F NEMEREVER Micah
In 1970s Pittsburg, a painfully insecure artist falls in love with a charming, student before their relationship spirals into an all-consuming obsession.
F OSUNDE Eloghosa
In the bustling streets and cloistered homes of Lagos, a cast of vivid characters--some haunted, some defiant--navigate danger, demons, and love in a quest to lead true lives.
F PATEL Neel
The love story of a mother and son each trying to figure out how to be in the world.
F MCQUISTON Casey
Cynical August starts to believe in the impossible until running into Jane on the subway, who is literally displaced in time from the 1970s and is trying to find her way back.
F ROSENBERG Jordy
A love story set in the eighteenth-century London of notorious thieves and queer subcultures, this genre-bending debut tells a profound story of gender, desire, and liberation.
M SCRIVENOR Hayley
When twelve-year-old Esther disappears on the way home from school in a small town in rural Australia, the community is thrown into a maelstrom of suspicion and grief.
F PETERS Torrey
A trans woman, her detransitioned ex and his cisgender lover build an unconventional family together in the wake of heartbreak and an unplanned pregnancy.
F STUART Douglas
A portrayal of working-class life and the dangerous first love of two young men: Mungo and James.
F TAYLOR Brandon
A series of linked stories set among young creatives in the American Midwest.
F WASHINGTON Bryan
Two men begin reevaluating their stale relationship in the wake of a father's death and the arrival of an acerbic mother-in-law.
Fantasy and Science Fiction
SF CHAMBERS Becky MONK 1
In a world where people have what they want, does having more matter?
FAN CLARK C.L. MAGIC 1
Touraine and Luca will haggle over the price of a nation. But some things aren't for sale.
FAN SURI Tasha BURNING 1
A captive princess and a servant in possession of forbidden magic become unlikely allies.
FAN PARKER-CHAN Shelley RADIANT 1
After her sanctuary is destroyed for supporting the rebellion against Mongol rule, Zhu takes the chance to claim another future altogether: her brother's abandoned greatness.
ADULT GN LAI
Bron and Ray are a queer couple who enjoy their role as the fun aunties to Ray's niece. Their playdates reveal tensions and the journey Ray and Bron go through for gaining self acceptance.
A memoir in essays about sexuality, blackness, masculinity, and addiction.
This global history of gender nonconformity examines the stories of people from antiquity to the present who defied categorization and looks to the past to uncover new possibilities for possible trans futures.
The science of sexuality beyond gender from an internationally bestselling psychologist.
Based on more than two hundred interviews with ACT UP members and rich with lessons for today's activists.
Bullock covers the history of recorded music by and for the LGBT community, and it’s influence on the music we listen to today.
Interweaving candid, intimate letters to friends, lovers, and family, Emezi reveals their journey through love, intimacy, literary recognition and a peaceful, joyous home.