In this classic romantic comedy, the main characters fall for each other despite their differences. The contrasting personalities of the main characters make each novel even more compelling. The main character, Captain Sabine Fleisher, is an Army surgeon stationed in Afghanistan under the anti-gay “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy. While working in Afghanistan, Sabine experiences a high degree of isolation and often fantasizes about the handsome Colonel Rebecca Keane, who is a surgical surgeon at the military hospital.
This novel has an interesting history. It was banned from some school libraries and has received numerous awards for young adult fiction. Annie’s Story is one of the most influential lesbian fiction novels of all time. The novel charts the relationship between Annie and Liza, two seventeen-year-old girls from different backgrounds in New York City. The two are attracted to each other from the first moment they meet. The novel is both a classic and a must-read for lesbian fiction fans.
Lesbian literature has been around for 2,500 years. Sappho is believed to be the first lesbian writer. However, it wasn’t until the 19th century that lesbian literature truly began to take shape. Although these early works tended to rely heavily on subtext and ended tragically, they were considered the foundational texts of the genre. In the last two decades, the field of lesbian literature has expanded to include diverse representation of lesbian characters.
Another classic lesbian novel is Tipping the Velvet, by Sarah Waters. This novel is set in Victorian England and was controversial at the time but was one of the first lesbian novels with a happy ending. In the novel, a discontented department store worker, Nan King, falls in love with her idol, Kitty Butler, and they spend the rest of their lives together. However, there are many nuances to the plot.
The author’s acclaimed book has been a bestseller in several genres. Besides being a fantastic writer, Sarah Schulman is also a great interviewer, as she discusses her life, love, and writing in an engaging manner. The author’s voice is warm and enchanting, and it is a pleasure to listen to her read her work. You can even watch her reading the book on YouTube or listen to a podcast by Les Do Books.
Another novel by Jane Retzig is A Question of Trust, which is another great lesbian romance. It’s available for FREE this weekend at Amazon! The sequel to the bestseller The Wrong Woman is also available. There’s no better time than the present to read A Question of Trust. The sequel to The Wrong Woman is the best lesbian book ever written. There’s no better time than the present to read this novel by Retzig.