It’s Rec League time! Thank you to Aubrey for sending this one in:
Do you have recs for a feel-good contemporary with a bi/pansexual female main character? Bonus points if she discovers her full sexuality as an adult!
I’ve seen books with trauma, bisexual men or supporting characters, bisexuality as a one-line mention, or it’s YA. Or the bisexual character is “just confused” or “experimenting.”
Do good adult romance books with a bisexual woman exist? Or is this a unicorn?
Amanda: Rosaline Palmer Takes the Cake shoots to the top of this list.
Sarah: I love the idea of feel good contemporary with bi/pan characters – mellow bi/pan romance!
Amanda: Doesn’t Alexandria Bellefleur have one in the series?
Kiki: Elle is bisexual in the first book! The title is escaping me.
Tara: All three books in Alexandria Bellefleur’s series have bi/pan characters.
Amanda: And I think Xeni (Xeni by Rebekah Weatherspoon) is also bisexual
Sneezy: Take a Hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibbert has a bisexual heroine!!!
I don’t think the book says when Dani realized it though.
Tara For other f/f romances with a bi lead where being bi is part of the plot and/or they discover it, I can recommend a bunch. For now I’ll keep it to Just Three Words by Melissa Brayden ( A | BN | K | AB ), Flinging It by G. Benson (CW for cheating) ( A | BN | K | AB ), Fire on the Ice by Tamsen Parker (bonus points for poly rep) and The London of Us by Clare Lydon ( A | BN | K | AB ).
Shana: Damn, you all suggested all of my favorites. Excellent teamwork! This bi girl is going back to bed.
Which books would you also recommend? Tell us in the comments!