8 Books Their Own Fans Must Read

Like everyone else, I’ve been missing their own alliance, and probably my new favorite show of all time. Luckily, before Season 2, there were plenty of reading options to get us through the drought.Read on for eight great tips for fans their own alliance.

Dahlia Adler’s home field advantage

Following the tragic death of their quarterback, no one at Atherton wants to see newcomer Jack Walsh replace him. Things take a turn for the worse when they realize Jack is actually a girl. The cheerleaders, led by captain Amber McCloud, vowed to take her down. But as the two girls get to know each other, it becomes clear that there is more than just competition between them.

home field advantage Has everything you could want in a YA Sport Romance.like their own alliance, although the odds are against them, it’s full of queer women who push boundaries. The book is heavy at times, but it balances it lightly with sweet romance and endearing characters.

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women who almost became famous by megan mayhew bergman

Each of the 13 stories in Megan Mayhew Bergman’s second series features unusual and independent women who finally get the attention they deserve. Bergman covers all types of women, from gender-nonconforming speedboater and heiress Joe Carstairs to the first comprehensive all-girl swing band. While the series is technically historical fiction, it’s a great place to start if you want to learn about some forgotten women’s history.

Gish Jen’s Resistance

In the not-so-distant future, AutoAmerica will be half underwater and its people divided. Netted lives in true highlands, while Surplus, mostly people of color, is lucky enough to have a swamp. It was evident from an early age that Gwen, a surplus, had a mighty arm. She could hit any target with baseball and played in the underground leagues as a teenager. When AutoAmerica re-entered the Olympics to beat ChinRussia, they paid Gwen to join their team — even as her attorney mother was grappling with a case challenging the AutoAmerican Way.

although their own alliance Fans may not find a dystopian novel right away, Resisters Still a good choice. After all, Gwen just wanted to play in a society oppressed by capitalism, war, and patriarchy, just like the women of the AAGPBL.

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Malinda Rowe’s last night at the Telegraph Club

Cover of Malinda Lo's Last Night at The Telegraph Club

America in the 1950s was not a safe place for two girls to fall in love. While San Francisco was more popular than most places, that wasn’t the case in Chinatown during the Red Scare. Amid fears of family eviction, academic difficulties and the threat of war, 17-year-old Lily Hu falls in love with Kath Miller and learns what love really means.

I can honestly say last night in the telegraph It’s a life-changing book.It’s a story about a first love and finding a lesbian family a perfect fit their own alliance. On top of that, Malinda Rowe has a companion novel, scattering of lightlaunching this October for those who don’t have enough!

Gabe Montesanti prepares for the shock

As a queer swimmer competing in a conservative Midwestern town, Gabe Montesanti never felt like he was part of it. However, when she went to graduate school in St. Louis, she immediately fell in love with the roller derby. It was the first time she had an inclusive community in this rough, fierce group. But when a disastrous industry forces her to slow down, Gabe must reconcile Derby’s physicality with her unresolved childhood trauma.

Essentially, this fearlessly honest memoir tells the story of a young woman desperately trying to find someone she can call family.Check Prepare for impact If you enjoyed reading about healing through the community.

The Secret Life of Church Ladies by Deesha Philyaw

Cover of Deesha Philyaw's Secret Lives of Church Ladies

The Secret Life of a Church Lady A poignant collection of the conflicts black women face between church, love, and sex. These nine stories tell of four generations of women and girls torn between the church’s double standards and their own needs and desires. These characters want to have their own sexuality and passion; they have to work hard to be seen as “good girls” by their families and peers. They are seductive, vulnerable, and all complete, messy humans.

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Catch and Cradle by Katia Rose

Hockey means everything to Becca Moore, which is why she vowed not to date her teammates again after a tumultuous first year on the UNS women’s team. Now that she’s captain, she enforces strict no-dating rules among the players. However, Hope Hastings has been battling her primary feelings for Becca for the past two years. With the team’s camaraderie and championship title, Becca and Hope are one step closer to breaking the rules set for the championship.

like their own alliance, grab and cradle There’s enough sports talk to satisfy fans without boring readers more interested in romance. This book contains all the anxieties you could ask for between your teammates.

Nghi Vo’s Choice and Beauty

Jordan Baker is always sneaking in and out of people’s lives and homes. She may be rich and a talented athlete, but she’s also queer, Asian and adopted. She spends time with her friend Daisy Buchanan and partying at Gatsby’s mansion while finding her place in 1920s New York.

like those women their own alliance, Jordan has to hide her identity while hoping she can truly be herself. However, she knew she would be in danger if those in power discovered her secret.Yiwu selected and beautiful It touches on queerness, racism, and immigration in a way that The Great Gatsby never has, and it’s beautifully written and unapologetically queer.

you have it!Eight books perfect to pass the time while we wait to hear about more episodes their own alliance. What books have you read so far, and which ones are you planning to read? Let us know below!

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