Great books featuring non-traditional relationships.
This remarkably well-told and honest portrayal tells of two teenage girls who start as friends but soon fall in love.
Set in Wyomingâs high country, two men forge an intensely emotional and physical attachment which endures hardship and separation.
Set in the Italian countryside, a casual friendship between Elio and an American student develops into a passionate clandestine affair.
Growing up among the Rocky Mountains, John always thought himself a normal teenager, but questions his life after meeting Kit.
Sue and a rogue named Gentleman scheme to swindle Maud of her inheritance until Sue develops unexpected feelings for Maud.
Two small-town, depression-era Alabama women share a romantic love, complete with courtship and infidelity, while managing a local cafe.
A great American novelist reveals the complex and controversial struggle of a young man caught between desire and conventional morality.
Thom Creed, an ordinary gay teen superhero, fights prejudices of society as well as the criminal element of his hometown.
In this graphically written novel of corruption, sex, and murder, Benjamin Justice investigates the slaying of an AIDS documentary film director.
This romance explores the pleasures and sorrows of a long-distance relationship between pragmatic Jude and a stylish flight attendant.
Reagan's transgender brother Liam is the son his father expects by day but a young woman named Luna by night.
Written in the early 1900's, this heroic book voices the challenges of the then unmentionable subject of homosexuality.
Cal Stephanidesâ story begins generations before his birth, in a small Greek village, when his grandparents succumb to incestuous desires.
Sophisticatedly funny, this narrative explains why Rigby John Klusener is standing on the highway hitching a ride to San Francisco.
To everyone else, Angela is a normal girl, but this transgender high school junior knows that she's really a boy.
This engaging, down-to-Earth story features Molly Bolt as she matures from a rural tomboy to a sexually liberated young woman.
Growing up during the 1920âs in the American south, Celie overcomes poverty, abuse, and desolation to find love and acceptance.
This poignant novel provides an intimate portrayal of Einar Wegener, the first man to medically transform his gender.
This bold tale traces the last seven years of Alexander's life through the eyes of his courtesan and lover, Bagoas.