Last year I ended up reading more f/f than m/m for the first time since I started reading queer fiction. If you’ve read my wrap-up post for 2019 you’ll see that out of 7 new favorites, 4 were f/f and 3 were m/m. I count that as a win on my part and in this post I wanted to mention the books that maybe didn’t make it into my favorites or in any of the other categories I mentioned in the above post, but I still want to recommend.
As with my previous post, I’m going chronologically with my recs, and the ones that I liked best are in bold. There are more f/f books I read than these but these are the ones I fully feel comfortable recommending!
See also the f/f rec post I wrote in 2018
The Afterward by E.K. Johnston – ★★★★★ // no review, just endless screaming
Mrs. Martin’s Incomparable Adventure by Courtney Milan – ★★★★✩ // no review, just read it for old sapphic ladies kicking some ass
The Priory of the Orange Tree by Samantha Shannon – ★★★★★ // no review just pterodactyl screeches
Out on Good Behavior by Dahlia Adler – ★★★★★ // no review but it’s a really nice college romance
Bloom Into You vol.1 by Nio Nakatani – ★★★★✩ // no review but it’s cute
Tamen de gushi (Their Story) by Tan Jiu – ★★★★★ // no review but oh my god it’s my new favorite manhua
Being Hers by Anna Stone – ★★★✩✩ // no review but it’s good
And this is it as for last year’s F/F recs! I hope this post was useful, I had a lot of fun going through last year’s books and I hope I can find a lot more recs this year.