11 Best Romance Books With Bisexual Characters
Incredible romances featuring bisexual characters!
Romance Books With Bi Characters In Honor Of Bisexual Awareness Week
While Bisexual Awareness Week has come and gone, that doesn't mean it's time to stop celebrating bi folks!
One way to do so is by reading some bisexual romance novels!
You may wonder how reading romance books with bisexual characters can help, so we'll break it down. Purchasing books from bisexual and queer writers helps support them and is visible encouragement that books with bi characters are both beloved and sell. After reading the books, you can leave reviews on the website you purchased it from, along with Goodreads, shouting out just how much you loved reading it.
Sharing photos on social media and telling friends who like to read romance are also great ways to help promote bisexual romance novels. Another thing you can do is to request books with bi characters at your library. If they know patrons are interested, they'll be more likely to buy.
We hope you had a great Bisexual Awareness Week and continue to uplift bisexual voices whether you're bi or an ally!
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1. 'Sated' by Rebekah Weatherspoon
Keira Kenney longs for love, but nothing ever lasts longer than a first date. She just wants someone she can relate to, someone who shares her interests. Daniel Song is a bisexual guy who loves the weekends when he can indulge in his favorite erotic adventures. Daniel's friend asks if their coworker Keira can go to a sci-fi convention with them. Sparks fly when Keira and Daniel meet and soon they begin dating, Daniel introducing Keira to a whole new world of pleasure.
2. 'Bound With Honor' by Megan Mulry
Part of Megan Mulry's Regency Reimagined series, Bound With Honor features two polyamorous bisexual characters, Lord Archibald Cambury and Miss Selina Ashby. Desiring a wife, Archie meets Selina and they soon marry. Then he discovers Selina's close friend Beatrix Farnsworth is more than a friend, much the way Christopher is more than his friend. Archie will have to decide if the normalcy he craves is worth giving up people he holds dear.
3. 'No Two Ways' by Chi Yu Rodriguez
AJ Felipe works as a local law firm's head information security engineer. It isn't the most exciting job, which is probably why one of her junior engineers decides to enter AJ into a makeover show. That's where she runs into Jackie Niño, a woman AJ once had a one-night stand with. When AJ's episode airs on TV, her ex-boyfriend Axel Herrera, pops back up in her life, still believing AJ left him because she's a lesbian. She's not. Along the way, AJ will have to "navigate new feelings, while finding closure [on] old heartaches."
4. 'Playing Around' by Suzanne Clay
Christian and Logan have been best friends nearly their entire lives. They've always done everything together, even going away to school with each other. Away from their small hometown, they've had the chance to grow as people and discover who they are. After a double date with their girlfriends, their lives changer forever after a night of sexual exploration, forcing them to realize what's been there the entire time.
5. 'Hold Me' by Courtney Milan
Jay na Thalang is bisexual in Courtney Milan's Hold Me, a driven man with an instant disdain for Maria Lopez, a trans woman. He thinks she's shallow and doesn't want any distractions. Maria runs a blog that is finally hitting the mainstream and has been interacting with one of her commenters for the last 18 months, a friendship that's been growing into more. Maria doesn't know her commenter is Jay, while Jay doesn't know Maria runs the blog. Soon they'll discover that, despite not knowing, they've had feelings for each other all along.
6. 'Riding the Track' by Kara Ripley
Clara and her boyfriend were supposed to take a vacation together in Australia, but after discovering he was cheating on her, Clara decides to go alone. She isn't very outdoorsy, but she'll be damned if her vacation goes to waste. Once there, she meets Evie, the woman leading the group up the Oodnadatta Track, finding herself immediately attracted to her. Their fling just might become more if Clara can get over her pessimism.
7. 'She Whom I Love' by Tess Bowery
In Tess Bowery's She Whom I Love, two characters, actress Marguerite Ceniza and lady's maid Sophie Armand, are both bisexual. Marguerite longs for love and has had feelings for her friend Sophie. She's terrified telling Sophie will ruin their friendship. Then a man named James Glover catches her eye. Meanwhile, Sophie has feelings for both Marguerite and James and does her best to hide her scripts and the story of her birth. James is lucky enough to have two women clamoring for him, but it turns out he may not have to choose between them after all.
8. 'Untouchable' by Talia Hibbert
Talia Hibbert's Untouchable is about bisexual nanny Hannah Kabbah. She had a promising career, until a mistake made her virtually unemployable. Thankfully, widower Nathaniel Davis gives her a chance. Hannah is supposed to make Nate's life easier, but with his attraction to her, the exact opposite happens as their bond grows. Between their own personal hang-ups and a few secrets, their love may be threatened before it ever had a chance.
9. 'The Love Song of Sawyer Bell' by Avon Gale
Vix Vincent is on the hunt for a violinist for her indie rock band and discovers Sawyer Bell, a wildly talented musician. Sawyer is in her second year at Juilliard and decides to spend the summer on tour with the band (including Vix who was Sawyer's high school crush), rather than simply rehearsing. While Sawyer was only supposed to be a temporary addition to the band, she feels like she has finally found her place in life. In the end, she will have to choose between "the path she's chosen" or taking a leap of faith. In the book, Vix is bisexual and Sawyer is a lesbian.
10. 'Wrong to Need You' by Alisha Rai
Ten years ago, Jackson Kane was accused of a crime he didn't commit and fled. Now he's back, an "older, wiser, richer, tougher" man. And still in love with widow Sadia Ahmed, once his brother's wife. Sadia is bisexual single mother who has recently inherited a cafe, accepting Jackson's help. She begins to grow feelings for her former brother-in-law, but a relationship with him isn't something she can do. But that doesn't stop the desire she feels for him.
11. 'Play It Again' by Aidan Wayne
Aidan Wayne's Play It Again is about bisexual blind YouTuber Dovid Rosenstein and Irish homoromantic asexual YouTuber Sam Doyle. Dovid and his sister live in Seattle and make videos reviewing restaurants and products. One day, his sister mentions Sam's channel, and soon Dovid and Sam are messaging each other on the regular. Despite never having met in person, Dovid's never felt closer to anyone. But how can their love have a chance when they live so far apart?
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