These books have been discussed and chosen by members of the asexual community. The characters either are said to be asexual, or by their behavior and description have been deemed asexual.

Ace – Jack Byrne

“Jake Tanner is a gay asexual man who finds peace on his small Australian farm and is content to lead a quiet life taking care of his animals. Then a random act of kindness on his part sets in motion a complex series of events that results in him playing the piano in a local pub and meeting Damien Jamieson, a sexy gay biker with a penchant for leather. Damien finds Jake instantly irresistible, but that could be the worst thing for their budding relationship, as Damien is determined to bed the reluctant Jake. However, Jake has no intention of going along with his plan. If there’s a chance for anything between them, Damien will have to figure out how to turn Jake on without scaring him off.”

Fenton: the Loneliest Vampire and Fire & Ice (Lost Realm Book 2) – Kate Aaron

“Fenton was born in a remote village during a raging storm. Bad omens surround his birth. He grows up alone, understanding from an early age that he is not the same as the other children. He does not fit in. Then he meets Alec; another young man who doesn’t belong. Hope, loss and banishment ensue as they try to carve a life for themselves in a world that forbids their love. But is love ever enough, or will Alec always want more? Kali understands. Kali knows that there is only one true desire in this world: the desire for blood. Kali offers Fenton something that he has been searching for his entire life: perfect companionship, and complete understanding. But can Kali really give Fenton what he needs, or is he just like all the others?”

(Books with Neuter Gender and Asexual Main Characters)

The Heart of Aces – Sarah Sinnaeve, Esther Day, Stephanie Charvet, Flavia Napoleoni, Rai Scodras, Mursheda Ahad, Chelsey Brinson, Madeline Bridgen, Andrea R. Blackwell, A. J. Hall, Kari Woodrow

“The heart of aces is where an anomaly lives, where love’s definition takes a deviation from the common rules. These eleven stories dive into asexual relationships, where couples embrace differences, defy society’s expectations, and find romantic love. In this collection is a full spectrum of asexuality in all its classifications. From contemporary fiction to fantasy, from heteroromantic to homoromantic, join these unique characters on their journey to finding the person that speaks to their hearts.”

(Books with Neuter Gender and Asexual Main Characters)
The New Boy – Maddy Linehan

“Alex thinks he has the perfect relationship with boyfriend Gary. When Dexter moves in next door to Alex, things start to get complicated. Everyone Dexter meets seems to develop feelings for him, and even though the new boy is straight, Alex can’t help but start to fall for him. These concerns he outlines in his brutally honest diary, while also dealing with his psychotic best friend Andie and his parents’ divorce.”

(Books with Neuter Gender and Asexual Main Characters)

(Source – AVEN)