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18 very gay and very good books you should read this Pride Month
Featuring firefighter friends-turned-lovers and vampires thirsty for more than blood, they run the gamut from sweet to steamy. Grab one on your way to the beach this summer! William J. Lonely and searching for a balm to his heartbreak, he beings having an affair with year-old Eduardo—but will their romance last beyond their days in the sun? Set in oppressive s China, this tumultuous romance novel centers around Handong, a wealthy son of a Communist party official, and Lan Yu, a working-class architecture student. When the two boys meet, they immediately feel a connection that grows with every night they spend together. However, as their relationship blossoms, they are faced with obstacles completely out of their control.
Are you looking for a royal-commoner romance? A fake marriage? Over the years, these tales of queer happily ever afters have brought me much joy and comfort. Note: Books marked with an asterisk are ownvoices, which, in this case, means that the author is a queer man. Many of the other novels on this list are ownvoices for different reasons. MCs: a retired Navy surgeon and a gentleman doctor more comfortable around books than patients.
Pride Month is officially here and that can only mean one thing: time to load up your reading list with stellar queer stories. Of course, you should be mixing gay books into your to-be-read pile no matter what time of year, but this month, as you celebrate Pride, queer books can be the perfect way to explore the breadth and diversity of the LGBTQ community. Fortunately for anybody looking for a great gay read, the book world is filled with a bevy of queer stories of all genres.
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Recently, Alan Hollinghurst said the gay novel is dead. Queer people face dangerous and deadly challenges — both in the United States and abroad — and it falls on writers to continue to bring these stories to light. Spanning from the 19th century to the present day, these books demonstrate that, while much has changed for LGBT people, many struggles persist. Their words have much to offer in lessons about our history, our shared experience of being otherized, and how to address the challenges of today. Nominate your own favorites in the comments. Go Tell It on the Mountain , for example, is not about a church, and Giovanni is not really about homosexuality.
Duncan is a successful, rich CEO that likes everything like he likes it, both in the boardroom and the bedroom. He is determined to hide his sexuality and continue to enjoy his one-night trysts, until he meets Tyler, someone he knew from long ago. All seems perfect until something happens that challenges their relationship and their beliefs about love, with neither of them knowing what will happen next. Brady Finn is tired of his involuntary abstinence, especially when he experiences a particularly bad date that he is still trying to forget. After former drill sergeant Carter Willis helps him through that date by finding the two men that beat him up, the two are instantly attracted to one another. When scientist Finnick Doyle heads to Labrador to do research on climate change, his world comes to a halt when he meets handyman Dalton Barnes.