About Me

Hi, I’m Tiff and I have a love for lesbian romance novels! There I said it. I love the will she get the girl, but knowing in the back of my head, she totally will because hey I’m reading a romance novel, DUH! I love the buildup, the romance, and the little butterflies a really great book can produce.

I am not a writer, I am not expert in literature, I do not have a B.A. in English (I have a B.S. in something totally unrelated). I am an ordinary girl who has a passion for reading, and when I read, I read lady loving romance novels. Don’t judge me, okay you can, I don’t care.

There are a lot of amazing books in the lesbian romance genre, there are also some downright terrible ones as well. My goal is to help you wade through them, and find what works for you. If you literally hate every book I love, well then at least you know our tastes are opposite and vice versa.

Email me a theromanticreaderblog@outlook.com for more information.

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10 thoughts on “About Me

  1. Thanks for the review site. I read lesbian romance for their happily ever after aspect which helps after dealing with the real world. I believe in the escape from reality therapy. I find your reviews pretty much match mine so it’ll give me a great way to find books to read. I read 7 to 10 books a week and novella’s are a waste of time so I’m glad you rule them out. I wish Amazon could provide a filter to do that when searching. Thank you again.

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  2. I am so excited by your blog! I’ve been looking for this for years. Can’t wait to dig in. Thank you so much for doing this and keeping it updated.

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  4. I always enjoy reading reviews on new books and look forward to reading some of your favorites! I’ve become a big fan of lesfic recently myself, and I’ve read some pretty amazing books that aren’t in your list of reviews. I’m not sure if you are interested in any recommendations or not, but just in case…I highly recommend anything by Harper Bliss or the entire Jericho series by Ann McMan…I have a similar love for Melissa Brayden books as what you’ve said in your own reviews, so I think you would really enjoy them! Harpers French Kissing and Pink Bean series are all amazing reads. Jourdyn Kelly has written a few books that I’ve enjoyed as well (Coming Out, Fifty Shades of Pink, and Becoming – they are all intertwined with the same characters and are all enjoyable). I look forward to more reviews!

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    • I have not read any of Harper Bliss’s work. Now I must! Jericho, I absolutely adored! That is an all-time favorite of mine. I didn’t love Beowulf for Cretins, McMan’s latest work though. I didn’t review it, but it just missed the boat big time for me. Melissa Brayden is one of my favorite writers. I love all of her work, her newest one featuring Hadley is very sweet. Thank you for your note, I always wonder if this blog reaches anyone.

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      • I would start with Harper’s Pink Bean series for sure! I haven’t read Beowulf for Cretin’s…not sure I will now that say that haha. However, I absolutely adored all 3 books in the Jericho series as well and can’t wait for a 4th to come out (whenever that may be)! I’ve made it through the first 2 books in Melissa Brayden’s seven shores series…was planning on starting the 3rd today actually 🙂 I actually came across your Twitter account because a few people that I know from The Lesbian Romantic podcast community follow you as well. I think you reach more people than you realize!

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