Lee Blair is a queer author and screenwriter from Oregon who writes low angst, funny, contemporary romance. She's currently writing sweet and steamy MM romances.
She's constantly amused by the antics of her two ginger cats, considers daydreaming about future trips to Scotland a part-time job, and is obsessed with Schitt's Creek to an alarming degree.
Lee is currently writing in her Dahlia Springs universe—a fictional small, progressive town in western Oregon. The first series set in Dahlia Springs is the Tap That Brewery series. Pitcher Perfect, first in that series, is out now. Visit the books page to learn what else Lee has available.
She also hosts a podcast for readers of LGBTQIA2S+ low angst romance called the Low Angst Library. Sign up to get notified of when episodes are out. Or follow @LowAngstLibrary on your favorite social media platform.
New low-angst Valentine's Day anthology out February 1!
What's sweeter than a low angst queer romance at Valentine's Day? How about sixteen of them brought together in one anthology to help support a good cause?
Each novella in the Candy Hearts Anthology is overflowing with red-hot romance and all the good feels. And this time around, every story has a secret—a secret admirer.
The Candy Hearts Anthology will be available for a limited time, and all proceeds will benefit the Transgender Law Center and the National Center for Transgender Equality.
Want a free novella?
I went to work this morning straight as a bowling lane.
Tonight the curves I’m appreciating on my roommate aren’t just the ones he rolls.
What the hell happened?
After splitting with my high school sweetheart, I moved in with my recently divorced best friend and bowling league teammate Hudson. It makes financial sense, and I like having him around. We’re total opposites, but it works.
With how often we hang out and talk about each other, Hudson and I are constantly teased about basically being married. But it's perfectly normal to want to be around him all the time. And hey, it’s not my fault he sends me to work with a fresh batch of my favorite cookies. So what if we like the same nerdy shows? Hello? Best friends!
But when I realize my feelings are deeper than I thought, things get confusing. It sure doesn’t help when I overhear his “alone time” and get really turned on. The thread holding my self-control together is thinner than our walls. We’re both straight for crying out loud. At least I think we are.
How can I risk ruining the perfect living situation and my amazing friendship with Hudson over feelings that might not be returned?
Up My Alley is a low angst MM romance about roommates and best friends who become lovers, opposites who attract, and a double bisexual and pansexual awakening. It’s got bowling puns, getting carried away while watching a steamy show, and shenanigans from a friend whose teasing has the accuracy of a strike.