Lesbian Books | 10 Laugh-Out-Loud Rom-Coms You’ll Love


Do you love romantic comedies? Looking for a good lesfic rom-com?

Well then you’re in luck because today I’m going to share with you a list of ten laugh-out-loud lesbian romantic comedies novels I think you’ll love!

From the first page to the last, these sapphic books will keep you entertained from beginning to end.

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So curl up with one of these hilariously romantic comedies and prepare to be swept away by laughter and love.

1. Summer Fate by Emma Nichols

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Summer Fate is the first of Emma Nichols’ cosy Duckton-by-Dale village Romances, named for the Lake District village crammed full of English eccentrics and all the usual quirky village life from Tarot card obsessives to landlord vicars called Elvis.

In this first book in the series, we meet Grace, a city slicker who needs a timeout away from London while the board of her company decides if she still has a career.

All Grace wants to do is keep her head down and wait it out, while looking after her aunt’s dog (and there are plenty of animals that take a starring role in this series). The last thing she wants is the complication of her attractive neighbour, Harriet.

Toss into the mix an ensemble cast of villagers all set on match-making and you have the perfect, hilarious, cosy comedy to take you out of yourself for a blissful afternoon or two.

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2. Good Vibes by Cara Malone

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Good Vibes by Cara Malone is exactly that, a feel-good opposites-attract romance that should bring a smile to any lesfic lover’s face.

We meet carefree sex shop owner, Libby and agoraphobic marketing exec and gaming lover, Theo, who is dragged into Libby’s shop one day looking for wild gifts for an upcoming hen night (bachelorette party).

The two couldn’t be more different, nor more perfect for each other. Libby needs Theo’s help to rescue her struggling business and Theo desperately needs Libby’s quirky, zesty, love for life.

They need each other, but will they realise it, and make the commitment before the chance passes them by?

This heartfelt romance is at times hilarious, steamy, and even takes a tender look at some genuine mental health issues. It is a great read for anyone who wants a slow-to-steamy story that will take you on the full rollercoaster of emotions.

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3. One Last Stop by Casey McQuiston

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Casey McQuiston might be known to you as the author of the popular Red, White & Royal Blue, her latest book One Last Stop manages to be sexy, historical, political, sci-fi, magical-realism, and YA mystery rolled into a sweet and funny queer rom-com.

McQuiston has taken the idea of the stranger on the subway and turned it into a heartfelt story packed with intrigue. August Landry knows she is a poor millennial student cliche, working at a pancake house and wondering if New York is the place she will find herself or lose herself. Then she meets Jane.

Who is Jane? Why does she dress like a rocker from the 1970s? Why can’t she leave the subway?

August and Jane’s story is the perfect lesfic read for anyone who wants to believe in magic all over again.

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4. Learning to Flirt by Kallie Mont

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Learning to Flirt is the debut from sapphic writing-wives, A&K better known by their pen name Kallie Mont, and is also the first book in the Doveport books.

Maggie runs a bookshop in a small town in Rhode Island. Parker is starting a new life in a new place after her last one went up in smoke.

This is a smart and sassy, slow-burn age-gap romance, with plenty of small-town characters, and laugh-out-loud moments. But it’s the flustered and tongue-tied Maggie who steals the show, and Parker’s heart.

This is an ideal read for anyone looking for snappy dialogue, butterflies in their stomach, slow burns, and a cast of characters that will make you wish you could book a weekend break in Doveport just to hang out with them.

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5. Written in the Stars by Alexandria Bellefleur

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Packed to the brim with zingy one-liners, Written in the Stars by award-winning author, Alexandria Bellefleur, is the first of three overlapping but stand-alone romances.

With nods to Pride and Prejudice in this bad first impressions story, Ellie and Darcy couldn’t be more different than their namesakes.

Missing the mark on a bad first date, Darcy lies to her matchmaker brother, Brendon, just to get him off her back. Now she has to convince Elle to fake a relationship… just until New Year’s Eve.

Darcy is clear-headed and analytical, occasionally to the point of coldness, while Elle is free-spirited and wholeheartedly believes in astrology and fate. The two couldn’t be more different and shouldn’t hit it off.

But destiny has a different idea in mind in this opposites-attract, quirky slow burn.

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6. D’Vaughn and Kris Plan a Wedding by Chencia C. Higgins

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Chencia C. Higgins latest release is a hoot.

The faking it trope is taken to a new level when D’Vaughn and Kris enter the ‘Instant I Do’ reality show and agree to fake it all the way to the $100,000 prize.

But neither of them expects their fake chemistry to continue once the cameras are off.

Influencer Kris is a sexy stud with a huge and hilarious family. D’Vaughn thinks coming out to her mother with a giant lesbian wedding is a great way to come out of her shell.

If anyone guesses the pair aren’t for real; the game is over and they are out of the show. Trouble is, even they are starting to believe their own lie.

Could there be something in this? And is planning a dream wedding under the glare of reality TV the best place to find out?

D’Vaughn and Kris Plan a Wedding is a fab and funny read with some brilliant family dynamics, and a touching, if stressful, coming out story.

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7. Love Where You Work by Anna Pulley

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Uptight Clare Kolikov is a successful HR manager with no time for a relationship. But when her job means she has to ‘volunteer’ as a tester for her tech company’s new dating app, Claire has no choice but to grin and bear it. Even if it involves meet-n-greets and miming workshops.

Julia Dawes is the free-spirited co-worker responsible for organising all of Claire’s dates, trouble is; she’d rather be going on them than organising them.

When their attraction blooms into a full-blown secret office affair, Claire is forced to choose between her dream job and her dream girl.

This story is a witty and delightful read, packed with great characters and laugh-out-loud moments. 

If you are itching for an office romance packed with quirky and diverse characters, that is sexy, cute, and hilarious, then this is the one for you.

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8. Satisfaction Guaranteed by Karelia Stetz-Waters

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Stetz-Waters hilarious rom-com throws career-focused Cade and celibate Selina together when Cade inherits the sex shop where Selina works.

Uptight Cade is forced to come face to face with the world of unbridled pleasure, while Selina’s commitment to her vow of celibacy is under strain when both women have to work together to turn around the sinking business.

Emotional Selina and cagey Cade are the perfect opposites-attract pairing in this wildly funny workplace romance.

Satisfaction Guaranteed is a light, heartfelt, and clever rom-com, with a simmering slow burn romance and some ridiculous and funny moments.

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9. The Falling in Love Montage by Ciara Smyth

Sometimes you crave a book that makes you cry as much as it makes you laugh. Ciara Smyth’s debut does exactly that.

Set in Ireland, this book feels like you are stepping right onto the emerald isle and standing side by side with Saoirse as she embarks on her summer-girlfriend, coming-of-age journey. It feels so incredibly Irish without being confusing to non-natives (although I have a very strong connection with Ireland so perhaps I’m not the best person to judge!).

Saoirse (sorsha) doesn’t want a relationship, there is just one problem; Ruby.

But Ruby has a plan. They will be summer girlfriends. They will go through every date in a falling-in-love movie montage, and then wrap it up at the end of the summer, and go their separate ways. No hard feelings.

It is easy to plan not to fall in love. But not so easy to execute.

This is a funny, witty, and charming coming of age story, that focuses not just on the teenage protagonist, Saoirse, but on her family, her past, and her dreams for the future.

There might be some ugly crying at the end. Don’t say I didn’t warn you!

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10. April’s Fool by Sarah Swan

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What starts out as revenge, turns into something unexpected when Rachel Ashford decided to get back at the girlfriend who dumped her for another woman on April Fools Day.

Rachel wants to destroy the new relationship and instead finds herself falling in love all over again.

This lighthearted situation comedy is a perfect set-up for some very awkward moments, there are some lovely twists and an intriguing plot, but the romance is where this book focuses its strengths.

This is a brilliant ‘take that!’ book, with a feel-good vibe, and a happy ever after ending.

Perfect cosy reading.

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Niamh

Niamh Murphy is the best-selling author of 'Escape to Pirate Island' and other adventure books with lesbian main characters. Read more here.

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