5 Best WLW Books To Read

5 Best WLW Books To Read

Are you looking for the best WLW books to read? Whether you're a fan of romance, fantasy, contemporary fiction or something else entirely, these five recommendations are sure to provide hours of entertainment and will stay with you long after turning the last page. We've picked out standouts for 2023 that explore complex stories about blossoming female-female relationships, featuring brave trailblazers who push boundaries in their quest for connection and realness. So grab a cup of tea and stretch out on your sofa – dive into one (or all) these beautiful stories!


1. One Last Stop by Casey Mcquiston

One Last Stop by Casey Mcquiston

Casey McQuiston's latest novel, "One Last Stop," is a captivating romantic comedy that is sure to leave readers spellbound. August, a jaded 23-year-old, moves to New York City with the belief that true love and magic are nothing but fictional tales.

Despite working at a 24-hour pancake diner and living with odd roommates, August never expects her mundane subway commute to lead her to a stunning girl named Jane, who is a game-changer. Jane is captivating and mysterious, with an alluring punk rock style and a soft smile that makes August's day.

However, August soon realizes that Jane is from the 1970s, and the only way to help her is by using her past experiences. As August tries to save Jane from being lost in time, she learns that maybe, just maybe, some things that she had given up believing in are actually possible. With its enchanting and heartwarming storyline, "One Last Stop" is a must-read for anyone who loves magical and sexy romance novels.

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2. Crier’s War by Nina Varela

Crier’s War by Nina Varela

In Nina Varela's debut novel, "Crier's War," readers are transported to a post-apocalyptic world where the Automae, originally designed as playthings for the royals, have taken control over their human owners' estates. Ayla, a human servant, is determined to avenge her family's death by killing Lady Crier, the daughter of the Sovereign who has been raised to be beautiful, flawless, and to take over her father's work. However, Crier's life takes a dramatic turn when she is betrothed to Scyre Kinok, a mysterious figure with a multitude of secrets.

As Crier begins to question her father's true intentions and meets Ayla, she must grapple with what it truly means to be human. Set in a richly-imagined fantasy world, "Crier's War" is a beautifully crafted tale of love, loss, and revenge that will leave readers breathless. The novel is a thought-provoking exploration of humanity and the consequences of unchecked power.

Varela's writing is evocative, her characters are complex and multidimensional, and her story is both heartbreaking and inspiring. Fans of romantic fantasy will not want to miss this thrilling and thought-provoking novel.

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3. Not My Problem

Not My Problem

Ciara Smyth's "Not My Problem" follows Aideen, a teenage girl with plenty of problems of her own. She's losing her best friend, her mother's drinking problem is a constant source of stress, and she's running out of excuses to skip PE. But when Aideen witnesses her arch-nemesis, Meabh Kowalski, in the midst of a meltdown, she sees an opportunity to solve someone else's problem for a change.

Meabh is overwhelmed by her extracurricular activities, and Aideen decides to push her down the stairs, giving her the perfect excuse to take a break. However, when another student learns of their scheme and asks Aideen for help, it sets off a chain of events that leads to a semester of traded favors, misadventures, and unexpected romance.

Although Aideen knows that fixing other people's problems won't solve her own, she's willing to give it a try. "Not My Problem" is a delightful and heartwarming tale of teenage hijinks, self-discovery, and the importance of friendship.

Smyth's writing is witty and engaging, her characters are relatable and endearing, and her story is both entertaining and thought-provoking. This is a must-read for fans of young adult contemporary fiction.

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4. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid in hand

In "The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo" by Taylor Jenkins Reid, aging Hollywood icon Evelyn Hugo is finally ready to share the secrets of her glamorous and scandalous life. When she chooses unknown journalist Monique Grant to write her biography, Monique is taken aback. Despite her own personal struggles, Monique is determined to seize this opportunity to kickstart her career.

As Evelyn recounts her journey from humble beginnings to Hollywood stardom, Monique becomes engrossed in her tale of ambition, friendship, and forbidden love, particularly the stories of her seven marriages. But as the biography nears its end, Monique realizes that Evelyn's life and her own intersect in ways she never could have imagined, leading to a tragic and irreversible conclusion. Reid's novel is a captivating exploration of fame, ambition, and the price of secrets.

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5. She drives me crazy by Kelly Quindlan

She drives me crazy by Kelly Quindlan

In "She Drives Me Crazy" by Kelly Quindlen, readers are treated to a queer YA rom com that will appeal to fans of Becky Albertalli and Casey McQuiston. The story follows high school rivals Scottie Zajac and Irene Abraham, who find themselves forced to carpool after a fender bender. Despite a rocky start, the girls develop an unexpected connection that is put to the test when Scottie proposes a fake-dating scheme to get back at her ex-girlfriend. With plenty of hijinks and heartbreak, this novel is a humorous and engaging exploration of the joys and challenges of teen romance.

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