The title has it all. Okay with dark, light, erotic or whatever the fuck, as long as it’s gayy
@LilySeabrooke’s Yakusoku has a F|F relationship. Short-ish read with a nice twist. I’d recommend that ^^ Darker themes at time, a Romeo and Juliet esque story about two Roboticists competing in Japan.
I also have a story- but its a asexual LGBTQ relationship, not sure it that is your cup of tea, but you can check it out if you want.
All I write is girl x girl. This one is a bit on the darker side and it’s complete.
Since she was a young girl working in her mother’s dress shop, Sylvia had been warned never to show anyone her “talents”: the peculiar ability to conjure living things from her embroidery. But when the Blitz strikes London, she is sent away from the city to her mother’s hometown in the Devon countryside. There, she encounters the wild Dartmoor woodlands for the first time and is immediately drawn to them. Upon entering the woods, she finds herself abducted by Der Erlkönig, the supernatural king of German myth, who insists that her family owes him a great debt. Trapping her in the Underwood, a parallel world of spirits and monsters, Sylvia must use her skills as a seamstress to settle the matter. For years she toils under the single-minded hope of returning home, until she meets Sasha, the King’s gamekeeper, a Ukrainian huntress seeking refuge from the Soviet Union. As the two women become closer, Sylvia finds herself ensnared, not only by her family’s debt, but by her ever-increasing feelings for Sasha. The more entwined their lives become, the more Sylvia’s “talents” slip from her control. It isn’t long before she breaks her mother’s rule, accidentally revealing her abilities to the King, who offers her an opportunity to use them in settling the debt.
This one is recently started, but also gay.
Eighteen years after escaping the Downstairs, Adrienne has found domestic bliss with her girlfriend Gale and professional success running a popular cabaret in the ever-climbing city of Babel. But upon hiring a mysterious pianist named Charlie, she finds her past quickly catching up to her. When Gale disappears into the Downstairs, seeking something precious left behind, Adrienne and Charlie must descend the reaches of Babel’s underworld to bring her back. But Adrienne’s history with the Droch, the notorious crime syndicate that runs the Downstairs, only complicates matters, as do Charlie’s own past mistakes. It soon becomes clear that the farther they descend into the depths of the city, the less likely they will ever find their way out again.
Loosely based on Dante’s Inferno
Cara Lee is cold, awkward, highly OCD and she is defininly not a people person. She spends most of her days in her luxury apartment away from any social interaction. After having two successful stories published, she has hit a writing block. Not only that, but she’s losing money and the only way to keep her apartment is to get a roommate.
Hannah Bailey has traveled the world and has never found a place to call home. Tired of living at her agency’s model apartments, she decides to settle down in one place. She finds a beautiful apartment and the only issue with it is an unhappy roommate.
Cara and Hannah come from two different worlds. Hannah represents everything Cara disliked about people. Hannah who is used to being well liked can’t help, but become intrigued by Cara’s indifference to her. Can she melt her new roommate’s cold exterior and show her that maybe she can like at least one person?
The Crumbling Tower
Even an ordinary lady has a past, though other characters may be persuaded otherwise.
Miss Elletra Wilton has gained an increasingly strange hanger-on.
This is a 30,000+ word novella set in late Victorian London, with elements of the paranormal and an LGBTQ romance.
The Crumbling Tower is complete! You can find it at
Hey! I’d be forever grateful if you took some time to check this out, thank you!
Title: Devilish Instincts
“I’m only ever a fool when it comes to you.”
“That was your mistake.”
“No darling, that’s called love.”
Her name was Red. And alike her name, blood stained her hands wherever she went. Destruction was an everlasting companion, happiness was a fleeting visitor. And love? Love used to be an unreliable fantasy.
Key words: Used to be.
For you can only shut off your heart for so long until someone comes along and threatens to knock down all the walls you’ve ever built.
But the question is, will you let them? Or will you fight back?
Title: Tangled Love
Description: ❝Barrier in love is not always religion, it can also be . . . gender.❞
Ever heard of a girl falling for a boy and her best friend getting jealous?
Of course, that happens all the time. Best friends often get jealous because the other person starts to spend more time with their partner than us.
But, what if that’s not the only reason for jealousy?
Chitrani and Haaniya were not just best friends, they were diaper buddies. Born and brought up together they grew fond of each other, but as slowly and steadily the adult hormones kicked in – things turned out strange and confusing.
I hope you enjoy it.
Main Genres: Dark Fantasy / Dreampunk / Magical Girl.
Sub Genres: Action / Thriller / Vampire.
Warnings: lgbt, sexuality, violence, self-harm (3rd chapter), emotional trauma.
Blurb: Promises are meant to be kept, but a promise to save a beloved sister leads a group of magical girls into a dream of many literary landscapes. Out of this dream of Carroll’s wonderlands and Poe’s nightmares comes a monster that threatens to invade the waking world. Their promise forms the opening act of a play they can’t stop, so to stop this monster’s debut into their world, they must play their parts, but for one unlucky player, death is only the beginning. If you love fight scenes, quirky magical girls, twisty plot lines, Gothic settings, the possibility of dreams, and the uncertainty of nightmares, this story is for you.