10 Captivating Bisexual Romance Books

Bi Love Story Novels

In the colorful mosaic of romance literature, bisexual romance stands out for its vibrant portrayal of love in its most inclusive and diverse forms. These stories break the mold, offering readers a glimpse into the lives and loves of bisexual characters who face the complexities of affection and identity with bravery and heart. If you’ve been longing for tales that reflect the nuanced realities of bisexual experiences—where characters find love and connection beyond the confines of labels—then you’re about to go on a literary journey of discovery and delight.

This post will guide you through a handpicked selection of bisexual romance novels that celebrate the fluidity of love and the courage to be true to oneself. Prepare to be swept off your feet by tales of passion, understanding, and the endless possibilities of the heart.

10 Bisexual Romance Books

Bisexual romance provides representation for people who identify as bisexual or pansexual. These books feature protagonists who experience attraction to more than one gender, offering validation and visibility for bisexuals in literature. Seeing characters with similar identities and experiences can be empowering and affirming for bisexual readers. They explore the complexities of bisexual identity and the unique challenges faced by bisexuals in society.

These stories cover issues such as biphobia, bisexual erasure, and navigating relationships with partners of different genders, providing readers with insights into the diverse experiences of bisexual individuals. I will talk about my ten favorite bisexual romance books for you. They feature characters with varied backgrounds, identities, and experiences, highlighting the richness and complexity of bisexual identity. Let’s go!

NameFocus KeyRating (Goodreads)
Knit One, Girl TwoA bisexual and lesbian romance by dating.3.8
Hold Me (Cyclone)An interracial slow-burn romance between queer people.3.9
The Seven Husbands of Evelyn HugoA smart female lead interviews her seven husband stories.4.4
Red, White & Royal BlueThe bisexual protagonist experiences multi-gender attraction.4.1
The Cardigans (Criminal Intentions)An age-gap mystery thriller romance with crime fiction.4.0
Something Like Love (Serendipitous Love)Two bisexual characters date in a small town.4.5
Deposing NathanA biphobia story deals with psychological issues and romance.4.2
Nevernight (The Nevernight Chronicle)A sex-positive book represents a strong female lead and her revengeful mind.4.2
Take a Hint, Dani BrownA fake dating relationship deals with many conflicts and mental issues.4.0
Lover at Last (Black Dagger Brotherhood)The vampire love story in a fantasy world contains emotions and hot romance. 4.3
Bisexual romance books list

1. Knit One, Girl Two

This book is about a yarn dyer named Clara Ziegler. She’s into knitting, and she has a shop selling dyed yarns. Essentially, she finds an artist woman, and her work inspires her. So, she dyes some yarn inspired by her work. Then they meet, like each other, and start dating.

There’s also Jewish representation in this. One love interest is bisexual, and one of the love interests is a lesbian, which is a great combination. There are no angsty conflicts that make the story boring but cute. If you love short stories and soft romance, you’ll like it.

Knit One Girl Two

Author: Shira Glassman
Average Rating: 4.3/5
Tropes: Plus-size-characters, Lesbian-protagonist, Funny
Number Of Pages: 68
Available: Kindle

2. Hold Me (Cyclone)

We follow a trans-Mexican woman named Maria and a Chinese-Thai bisexual man named Jay. Maria is incredibly feminine. She loves makeup and shoes, and she cares much about her appearance. Jay is a scientist, a professor in a way. He doesn’t take her seriously when they meet because he’s ridiculous.

This book has many excellent representations, a fantastic character study, and a bi-romance. If you like interracial romance with an LGBTQ trope, pick it up immediately.

Hold Me

Author: Courtney Milan
Publisher: Courtney Milan
Average Rating: 4.4/5
Tropes: Multicultural & Interracial, Transgender, Smutty, Enemies-to-lovers, Slow-burn
Number Of Pages: 351
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Kindle

3. The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Our main character, Evelyn Hugo, was a fifties Hollywood starlet. She is Cuban and bisexual. So it is about her struggle trying to be a star during this period and everything she’s willing to do to maintain her celebrity. The story is fascinating to read about a character as ambitious.

Evelyn is a strong woman. Her seven husbands are the scandal that marks her entire career and is what people know her for mostly. In this book, she tells all interviews where she discusses her seven husbands and who the real true love of her life was. So I love it so much, and I love Evelyn as a historical character.

The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo

Author: Taylor Jenkins Reid
Publisher: Washington Square Press
Average Rating: 4.6/5
Tropes: Historical Fiction, American Literature
Number Of Pages: 400
Item Weight: 10.9 ounces
Dimensions: 5.31 x 1 x 8.25 inches
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Audio CD

4. Red, White & Royal Blue

The main character, Alex, is bisexual. Throughout the novel, he discovers that he’s bisexual and is the first son of the president of the United States. It is a reimagining of the 2016 election. So Alex’s mother won the election. Alex is a biracial, bisexual Mexican young man working his way through college, and he happens to have this grudge against the Prince of England, Henry.

So, Alex and Henry are going from enemies to friends to lovers. It’s an entertaining read, in my opinion. You will appreciate Alex’s representation because it highlights how it can be challenging to understand feelings as a bisexual person in a heterosexual society. That encourages you to feel brave. When you’re bisexual and experience this multi-gender attraction, it can be challenging to understand and categorize attraction to other genders.

Red White Royal Blue

Author: Casey McQuiston
Publisher: St. Martin’s Griffin
Average Rating: 4.6/5
Tropes: Friends-to-lovers, Arc, YA Contemporary
Number Of Pages: 448
Item Weight: 12.9 ounces
Dimensions: 5.5 x 1.2 x 8.25 inches
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Digital Audio Player

5. The Cardigans (Criminal Intentions)

This series follows two detectives, Malcolm Khalaji and Seong-Jae Yoon. Yoon is Korean, and Malcolm is Persian Jewish. So, these are the two detectives who solve crimes together. They become partners in the first book, solving various crimes together. Also, it has a very reminiscent feel of Criminal Minds because they do criminal profiling of their suspects.

A relationship does form between Yoon and Malcolm, which is impressive. I love the slow burn of their relationship. The crimes in this are so fascinating. As a bisexual, Malcom’s love interest is gay and grace. If you are interested in a mystery-thriller, slow-burn, super intense bisexual love story, you would appreciate this book.

The Cardigans

Author: Cole McCade
Average Rating: 4.4/5
Tropes: Police Procedurals, Mystery Thriller, Crime, Enemies-to-lovers, Forced-proximity, Age-gap
Number Of Pages: 202
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle

6. Something Like Love (Serendipitous Love)

The book follows two characters, Eddie and Astrid. They are both bisexual, and Eddie is a tattoo artist. He owns a tattoo shop, and he doesn’t like Astrid for any reason. They engage every time and they see each other. Astrid is a yoga instructor and owns a graphic design business, but that’s her side hustle. Yoga is the main thing that she focuses on.

Eddie discusses how difficult it is for him to date as a bisexual man and how many straight women fetishize him. These two characters embark on this journey of self-love and self-care together. Also, they are so hilarious together. So this is one of my favorite romance books with bisexual characters ever.

Something Like Love

Author: Christina C. Jones
Publisher: Audible Studios
Average Rating: 4.7/5
Tropes: Black & African American Women’s Fiction, Small-town
Number Of Pages: 251
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Kindle | Audio CD

7. Deposing Nathan

This book follows our main character, Nathan, who is discovering himself. He meets his boy Cam, and Cam gets him out of his house and is his friend. Then he realizes that he’s bisexual, and it’s cute. It’s also got a major plot twist at the end, one of the best plot twists I’ve ever seen.

The story deals with abuse and biphobia. It’s realistic fiction, where you will learn how to deal with physical and mental problems in a rigid society. When Nathan explores his feelings for Cam, he faces many psychological issues, but soon, it turns out to be a romantic bisexual relationship. If you want to read contemporary bi-romance fiction, you must read it.

Deposing Nathan

Author: Zack Smedley
Publisher: Audible Studios
Average Rating: 4.6/5
Tropes: Adult Literary Fiction, Bully, Dark, Arc
Number Of Pages: 393
Available: Audiobook | Hardcover | Kindle | Audio CD

8. Nevernight (The Nevernight Chronicle)

Our main character (Mia) is a bisexual girl, and she is training to be an assassin at a school for assassins. Mia wants to do this because the president killed her parents. So, she goes to an assassin school to avenge their murders. Then there is a female-female romance. But romance can not change Mia’s revengeful mind.

Mia finds her best way into the Red Church, where she becomes one of the deadliest assassins. Then, she discovers more about her powers. You’ll not find a real cliffhanger throughout the series, but it is a fantastic story that holds your breath till last. As a sex-positive book, the opening chapter is very loveable, and Mia’s bisexuality is ideally on display. If you like bisexuality with a strong female lead character, I recommend this book.


Author: Jay Kristoff
Publisher: Macmillan Audio
Average Rating: 4.6/5
Tropes: Magic, Steamy, Action & Adventure, Historical
Number Of Pages: 429
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Audio CD

9. Take a Hint, Dani Brown

We have Dani Brown, who is a Ph.D. student. She’s career-driven, confident, bisexual, and not big on committed relationships. Also, she prefers casual sex because she knows what she will and what she will not give in a relationship. Zaf is our tall, dark, and handsome hero. He is emotionally mature and aware of his anxiety. Moreover, he believes in happily ever after as he wants a committed relationship.

Dani and Zaf work at the same university. A fire drill goes wrong, and Zaf saves Dani, so you see him carrying her on the cover. Someone records him rescuing her, and the video goes viral. While Zaf is also working at the university, he owns his nonprofit, which teaches young men how to use sports to help their mental health better.

Once this video started going viral, many sports organizations began to get in contact with Zaf. Then, the story follows the friends-to-benefits trope, which doesn’t work out well. Some external conflict happens, which you would have to read to find out for yourself.

Take a Hint Dani Brown

Author: Talia Hibbert
Publisher: HarperAudio
Average Rating: 4.5/5
Tropes: Multicultural, Comedy, Mental Health, Fake-dating-to-lovers, Slow-burn, Disability
Number Of Pages: 400
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Kindle | Audio CD

10. Lover at Last (Black Dagger Brotherhood)

The book cover represents Qhuinn, the main character with one blond blue eye and one green eye. Another main character is Blay, who is of sexual orientation. They are part of the Black Dagger Brotherhood Dream’s training camp.

The training camp stopped working when the clinic was attacked. Qhuinn became an abstract nostrum when he killed Slash to protect John and Matthew. Then, he became abstract. Nostrum is the personal guardian of that vampire. He needs to die for that vampire. The fear right here means his abstract nostrum.

In this book, we learn more about Qhuinn and Blade’s relationship; he knows he is gay and accepts that. He is in a relationship with Qhuinn’s cousin, Sexton. Sexton has been in love with Qhuinn all of his life. Since he knows about Qhuinn, he’s in love with him. Qhuinn doesn’t want to accept his gay nature, which is the most exciting part of the story.

Lover at Last

Author: J. R. Ward
Publisher: Penguin Audio
Average Rating: 4.7/5
Tropes: Paranormal Erotica, Vampires, Angsty, Emotional
Number Of Pages: 608
Available: Audiobook | Paperback | Hardcover | Kindle | Mass Market Paperback

5 Bisexual Reverse Harem Books

  1. “Power of Five” by Alex Lidell

Series: Power of Five

Lera is a mortal who finds herself bound to four fae warriors, each unique in their powers and personalities. The series explores the dynamics of their growing relationships, including themes of loyalty, love, and their struggles in a world filled with magic and danger. While the primary focus is on the polyamorous aspect, the series touches on bisexuality through complex character interactions and relationships that defy simple labels.

  1. “Four Psychos” by Kristy Cunning

Series: The Dark Side

This series introduces a unique twist to the reverse harem genre, blending elements of the paranormal and the afterlife. The protagonist’s journey with her four “psychos” covers themes of identity, the supernatural, and romantic entanglements that transcend the usual boundaries, including exploring bisexuality with a humorous and darkly intriguing narrative.

  1. “Mistake of Magic” by Alex Lidell

Series: Power of Five Book 2

Continuing the story from “Power of Five,” this sequel dives deeper into the magical world and the complex relationships between Lera and her fae warriors. As the series progresses, the exploration of bisexuality becomes more pronounced, offering a nuanced look at love and attraction in a fantastical setting.

  1. “Dragon’s Gift” by Jada Storm and May Sage

Series: The Dragon’s Gift Trilogy

This trilogy is set in a richly built fantasy world where the protagonist, a strong female lead, finds herself connected to multiple dragon shifters. The story faces themes of destiny, power, and polyamorous relationships, with a bisexual protagonist exploring connections that challenge the norms of their society.

  1. “Piece of Dragon” by Laurel Chase

Series: Haret Chronicles: Qilin

Carly is a qilin, a rare creature with the power to bring balance to the magical world of Haret. Surrounded by a group of powerful and diverse suitors, she faces her newly discovered powers and the complexities of her relationships with them. The series is known for its inclusive representation, including bisexual and polyamorous themes, set against a backdrop of adventure and intrigue.

5 Steamy Bisexual Romance Books

  1. “Top Secret” by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy

In this tantalizing novel, Keaton and Luke find themselves unexpectedly connected through a dating app. Keaton is exploring his sexuality, and Luke is all too willing to help. As they face their secret online flirtation, real-life interactions complicate their feelings. The story is a sizzling exploration of discovery, desire, and the unexpected turns that love can take.

  1. “American Queen” by Sierra Simone

This novel is the first in the New Camelot Trilogy. It introduces a provocative and steamy tale involving Greer, the President of the United States, and his best friend and Vice President. The story shows power, loyalty, and forbidden desires, with bisexual characters and a polyamorous relationship at its core. Simone crafts a world of luxury, scandal, and intense eroticism that pushes boundaries and explores the depths of love and obsession.

  1. “Double Exposure” by Chelsea M. Cameron

Part of the “Rose Falls” series, this book focuses on Rory, who returns to her hometown and meets her childhood friend, Addison. Their rekindled friendship quickly evolves into something more, with both women exploring their desires and feelings for each other and others. The story is a sweet, steamy exploration of bisexual and lesbian relationships, highlighting the importance of love, acceptance, and coming into one’s own.

  1. “The Princess Trap” by Talia Hibbert

Cherry Neita’s life changes when she discovers that her hookup, Ruben, is actually a prince. What starts as a scandalous affair deepens into something more complex and heartfelt. Hibbert’s writing shines in its portrayal of diverse characters, including bisexual representation, and crafts a story that’s both incredibly steamy and emotionally rich. The novel explores themes of consent, power dynamics, and the courage to be true to oneself.

  1. “Sword Dance” by A.J. Demas

Set in an alternative historical world reminiscent of the Mediterranean in antiquity, this novel combines romance, intrigue, and steamy relations with a richly detailed setting. The story follows Damiskos, a retired soldier, and Varazda, a eunuch and spy, as they face a complex relationship that challenges their beliefs and desires. The book is celebrated for its inclusive representation, including bisexual and transgender characters, and its exploration of gender and sexuality against a backdrop of political intrigue and cultural richness.

5 Romance Books With Bisexual Hero

  1. “Him” by Sarina Bowen and Elle Kennedy

In this captivating M/M romance, Jamie Canning and Ryan Wesley, former best friends turned collegiate hockey players, reunite during a summer coaching job. Wesley, openly bisexual, realizes he still has feelings for Jamie, leading to a tender exploration of friendship, sexuality, and love. The story is praised for its emotional depth, steamy scenes, and the nuanced portrayal of a bisexual character navigating his feelings.

  1. “Fence: Striking Distance” by Sarah Rees Brennan (Based on the original comics by C.S. Pacat and Johanna the Mad)

Based on the popular “Fence” comics, this novel delves deeper into the lives and relationships of the competitive fencers at Kings Row Boys School. Among the diverse cast is bisexual protagonist Nicholas Cox, who faces the intense world of sports, rivalry, and romance. The book expands on the characters’ backstories and relationships, offering us a more intimate look at our struggles and triumphs, including Nicholas’s journey with his identity and romance.

  1. “Openly Straight” by Bill Konigsberg

While primarily a coming-of-age story, “Openly Straight” introduces readers to Rafe, a teenager who’s openly gay but tired of being pigeonholed by his sexuality. When he transfers to an all-boys boarding school, he decides to conceal his sexuality, seeking a fresh start. The novel thoughtfully explores themes of identity, love, and the complexity of being true to oneself, including Rafe’s interactions and growing feelings for a friend that challenges his understanding of love and bisexuality.

  1. “The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue” by Mackenzi Lee

Set in the 18th century, this historical adventure follows Monty, a bisexual young nobleman, as he goes on a Grand Tour of Europe with his sister and best friend (and secret crush), Percy. The novel is a delightful mix of romance, adventure, and self-discovery, praised for its witty narration, rich historical setting, and thoughtful exploration of Monty’s bisexuality and tumultuous but tender relationship with Percy.

  1. “Over and Over Again” by Cole McCade

A summer romance blooms between Luca and Imre, two very different men drawn together on a serene farm. Luca, a young man struggling with his family’s expectations, and Imre, a divorced bisexual father with a calm presence, find in each other the possibility of something more profound than they had anticipated. The novel is a beautifully written exploration of family, identity, and the transformative power of love, offering a nuanced portrayal of bisexuality and age-gap romance.

5 Bisexual Menage Romance Books

  1. “The Anatomy of Jane” by Amelia LeFay

Series: WJM

This novel introduces us to Jane, a waitress who becomes involved with two men, Wesley and Maxwell, who are not only business partners but also romantically involved with each other. The relationship between the three is intense, passionate, and complex, challenging societal norms and their perceptions of love and commitment. The story is celebrated for its explicit scenes and exploration of a polyamorous relationship with bisexual characters.

  1. “3, 2, 1” by J.A. Huss

This standalone novel features Ark, JD, and Blue, three individuals whose lives become intertwined in a suspenseful and erotic tale. The story features survival, betrayal, and the unconventional bond that forms between them. It’s an intense exploration of a ménage relationship with bisexual undertones, offering readers a mix of mystery and romance.

  1. “Savage Hearts” by J. J. Arias

A steamy polyamorous romance that involves a strong-willed woman and two men who are both powerful and vulnerable in their ways. The characters face their desires, insecurities, and societal expectations to forge a relationship that defies conventional boundaries. The story is rich with emotional depth, erotic scenes, and a celebration of bisexual and polyamorous love.

  1. “Lovers Like Us” by Krista & Becca Ritchie

Series: Like Us

This book follows Maximoff Hale and Farrow Keene and their complicated dynamics within a celebrity-filled world. While primarily focusing on the relationship between Maximoff and Farrow, the series as a whole touches on themes of bisexuality, family pressure, and the public’s scrutiny. The Ritchie sisters skillfully weave a steamy and substantial narrative, offering insights into the complexities of love in the limelight.

  1. “The Queen & the Homo Jock King” by T.J. Klune

Series: At First Sight

Although not a traditional ménage story, T.J. Klune’s work deserves mention for its humorous and heartfelt exploration of LGBTQ+ relationships, including bisexuality. The novel centers around the unlikely relationship between a drag queen and a jock, filled with witty banter, emotional depth, and an ensemble of characters that enrich the narrative with themes of acceptance and love in various forms.

These novels do more than just entertain; they enlighten, challenge, and affirm the validity of all love stories, regardless of gender. Through their characters’ journeys, these books offer a window into the beauty of embracing one’s true self and finding love that transcends traditional boundaries.

May our shared stories inspire you to continue seeking out and supporting diverse narratives in romance literature, enriching your understanding of how love can manifest. In championing bisexual romance novels, we not only find ourselves reflected in the richness of their worlds but also contribute to a more inclusive and empathetic society. Here’s to the books that remind us that love is worthy of celebration in all its forms.

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