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Books with LGBTQ+ themes

Overture and Beginners by Betty Valentine 

My name is James Porter but the world knows me as Allan. I am and always have been happily gay.I have no problem with this whatsoever. If anyone else finds it awkward then that is their problem, not mine!I am a short, tubby little actor who won’t see sixty again. I also happen to be famous. Some years ago I kicked the last younger lover out of my bed. Plenty of them have used my mattress as a springboard to higher things, treading on me in the process. I decided to stop looking for ‘the one’ and to keep my relationships on a more casual basis.Of course when I stopped looking I found him, in a place I had never even considered looking.I almost lost him a couple of times along the way but I got him back again.This is our story.

The Other Life by Michael Keene

Professional photographer Gino heads to the mountains in an attempt to write his first book and have a break from his lover, David. However,. it seems like someone is more interested in writing his book than he is, giving a whole new meaning to the word ghostwriter.

The Adventures of Maddie and Liv by Daniel J Hainey

When sisters Maddie and Liv leave school at the end of a stormy day in September they have no idea what chain reaction their actions will cause. After they stop a mugging they get an insane thought of becoming vigilantes, this coupled with their school life and a dark criminal organisation known as the Brigade of Karma means that their lives are never going to be the same.

For The Love of Tom by Michael Keene

In wartime England (1914-18), homosexuality was punishable by law. Despite this, Bryan falls for fellow soldier Tom whilst in the trenches. Does Tom feel the same way? How will Bryan's family respond to his sexuality?

Joining G.U.A.R.D (The Adventures of Maddie and Liv Book 2) by Daniel J Hainey

For most teenagers the start of the school holidays is the best time of the year. However, for Maddie and Liv crime doesn’t stop for the holidays. Plans become disrupted when they meet the mysterious government agency known as G.U.A.R.D. Will they join the agency or will they face the consequences? With the loss of their parents and the trials and tribulations of being a teenager: How can these two cope with Romanticism, mercenary armies, essay deadlines; along with the cuts, bruises and blood that comes with vigilantism, long distance relationships and cults? What will break them first?

The Coach by Michelle DuVal

Cheeky comedy about Debbie, a successful high ranking professional ladies turned coach, who meets Brad, known to others as being a young stud, her newest student. Can her unique coaching methods help Brad rise to the top?