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  1. ELF
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    I haven’t read many f/f stories. The m/m are more appealing to me (0;

  2. Tanja
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    I haven’t read any f/f books and I don’t think I ever will. They don’t appeal to me. I prefer m/m stories.

  3. heath0043
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    I am not interested in f/f stories but I think it is important that you run reviews, author’s thoughts, etc. on f/f books.

  4. susana
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    I’ve read a couple of f/f stories, and enjoyed them, but not so much as m/m. I’m open to them, though, and try to read them from time to time, specially those recommended by blogs I follow or friends.

  5. jenf27
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    I haven’t read many f/f books. The most recent one I read was Undertow (Whyborne & Griffin, #8.5) and I Ioved it. Of course Whyborne & Griffin is my most favorite series and I love stories about any/all of the characters.

    I mostly read m/m, though, and have such a huge TBR list already…I think the most likely way I would read more f/f is if it was a book that was part of a series I already loved (like Undertow is).

  6. Trix
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    I don’t even read much het romance, so I can’t say I’ve read much m/m. That said, there are a few shorts I’ve enjoyed, and if there were a side character in an m/m series I like who earned her own f/f romance, who’s to say I wouldn’t enjoy it?

  7. Angela
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    Í haven’t read f/f romance because my interest definitely is on the m/m genre.

  8. Jen CW
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    I haven’t read one yet. Mostly, it has a lot to do with the amount of M/M books that I’m trying to clear off my TBR and having only seen a couple of them available from authors that I know.

  9. Didi
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    I’ve only read a few F/F so far, not actively looking but if the blurb attract me or if it’s part of the series that I love (like Whyborne & Griffin) they become a must-read.

  10. Toni
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    I haven’t read as many f/f books as I’ve read m/m or m/f but I’m starting to read more. Recently I read Ash which was lovely and I have some others on my tbr. It’s great to see reviews so I can discover new books.

  11. H.B.
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    I have read a few stories but they’re not really my thing and I won’t go out of my way to read one. To be truthful I didn’t really read a lot of M/F romances either.

  12. Loren
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    I read one but I didn’t finish it, if the book has a great plot, I’d give a chance

  13. Purple Reader
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    My preference is gay fiction and romance, but I think it’s important to support the whole glbtq spectrum. I sometimes branch out in my reading, and in the process I get to learn and value the diversity amongst us.

  14. Lisa
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    I prefer m/m so I only occasionally read f/f.

  15. dee
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    I prefer m/m romance. While I don’t mind m/m/f or m/f, I haven’t read more than one or two f/f books. It doesn’t really appeal to me that much.

  16. Ami
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    I have only read a couple of F/F romance but I am always up for recommendations from blog reviews like yours.

  17. Carolyn
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    I definitely read them but not as much as m/m. I think that happens because my reading community is so into m/m that I hear more about great books in m/m than f/f. Because I’m wary of trying out new authors without some recommendations, I tend to stay with authors I know or recs from people I know. My library doesn’t have as much f/f either, so I can’t try out books as easily as m/m. So, yeah, I appreciate when review blogs cover f/f as well.

  18. Serena S.
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    I’m completely new to ff books. I’ve never read one. Some of them sound intriguing but for now, I don’t feel like reading one.

  19. Johannah L Morgen
    Johannah L Morgen at |

    I really, really would love to read f/f books, but it is very hard to find them. Also, I find that I don’t mind physical impossibilities or ridiculousness in m/m sex scenes- by which I mean it doesn’t throw me out of a story- but given that I’m a lesbian, f/f sex scenes that are absurd or even that just aren’t my thing can toss me right out of a story. I wish there were more, easier to find, and happier f/f books. It would also help if I could find ones that both had a happy ending and were well written. I’d certainly provide an audience.

  20. nicki442
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    I have no interest in reading F/F stories. I began reading M/M books because I liked glimpses seen of gay relationships in PNR, and like all types of men, especially their smexy times! However I’d found that the heroines in M/F romances didn’t appeal to me at all. I can’t relate to most of the women portrayed, and I really don’t want to know much about female sex parts in detail; I have my own. So I avoid any F/F books the same way I avoid other topics that don’t interest me.

    On a side note, I’ve emailed twice about a won store credit at Loose ID I’d won back during the first week of the anniversary celebrations. I haven’t received any reply. I know everyone is busy, but will I get a response about actually receiving the credit? How to redeem it? Or if it’s going to be replaced by something else perhaps? Normally I wouldn’t really care, no big deal, but I’ve never sent an email to Love Bytes and not gotten a reply within a few days. It’s been two emails and about a month now. I don’t mean to nag about a giftcard, but I promised the gift to a friend who actually knows about LooseID (I never heard of them, and don’t plan to open yet another online account).

    Thanks for the fun blog posts for the anniversary. I learned alot of good things about the blog and the reviewers.


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