Epic Love: 7 Unparalleled Pansexual Romance Novels

The literary world has seen authors embracing diverse sexual orientations and identities to create brilliant stories. Let’s dive into some pansexual romance.

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Pansexuality, in particular, has gained recognition and representation in literature, fostering a sense of inclusivity and understanding. Now, we embark on a journey through the pages of some captivating books that celebrate pansexual characters and their unique experiences. Get ready to explore a world of pansexual romance where love knows no bounds.

Carry On by Rainbow Rowell

Rainbow’s novel follows Simon Snow, a wizard attending Watford School of Magicks, and his complicated relationship with Baz Pitch. This delightful fantasy romance explores their connection amidst magical adventures, personal discoveries, and monsters. Simon and Baz are based on characters in Rowell’s bestselling novel Fangirl—Simon is the most powerful magician in the world, and Baz, is a pansexual vampire.

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The Gentleman’s Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzi Lee

Monty, the charismatic protagonist, embarks on a Grand Tour with his best friend Percy and sister Felicity. Monty’s pansexual identity is explored sensitively and forms an integral part of his character, adding a layer of authenticity to this engaging historical fiction novel. Prepare for an adventure across 18th-century Europe. This is the first book of the Montague Siblings novella trilogy.

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Pulp by Robin Talley

The dual timelines of two teenage girls are woven together in this story. One girl is a lesbian in the 1950s struggling with societal expectations, and the other is a pansexual girl in the present who discovers her connection to the past. This thought-provoking romance delves into themes of identity and self-acceptance.

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Not Your Sidekick by C. B. Lee

This is a young adult novel set in a world full of superheroes and villains. It follows Jess, who develops a crush on her enigmatic classmate, Abby. While Abby has powers, Jess is destined to live a life of mundanity. As they team up to uncover a conspiracy, their budding romance and Jess’s pansexual identity are sensitively portrayed.

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The Summer of Jordi Perez (and the Best Burger in Los Angeles) by Amy Spalding

Abby, a plus-size fashion blogger, finds herself falling for Jordi Perez. Jordi is her competition in a summer internship. This lighthearted romance explores Abby’s journey of self-discovery, including her realization of pansexuality. The novel is set against the backdrop of Los Angeles.

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Echo After Echo by A. R. Capetta

In this atmospheric theater romance, Zara, a stage manager, falls for Eli, the female lead in a play. In a backdrop of mystery and theater politics, a pansexual romance blooms. We get to explore themes of passion, creativity, and discovering one’s self. If you like a little bit of mystery and crime with your romance, this is the novel for you!

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How to Make a Wish by Ashley Herring Blake

Last on our list is a contemporary romance that is intriguing and emotionally charged. Grace struggles with a complicated relationship with her mother but finds solace in an emotional connection with Eva. Their bond deepens, and it challenges Grace’s understanding of her own identity.

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Books with pansexual representation broadens the literary landscape by promoting understanding, empathy, and inclusivity. So, grab a book, open your mind, and embark on a journey that celebrates the vibrant spectrum of human sexuality. Happy reading!

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