Robolife-Days with Aino is a highly refined, short and sweet visual novel with a kick-ass soundtrack and top notch (no really) artwork. This game includes time management and additional mechanics to spice up gameplay, but for the most part I still consider this game a “visual novel”. This game is designed with completionists in mind, offering sexual incentives for multiple playthroughs — but honestly, once or twice is enough to get your money’s worth.
If you’re into totally wholesome lesbian romance (with an emphasis on romance as opposed to adult content), A Summer’s End – Hong Kong 1986 is a great read. Despite packing only four or five hours of reading, the main protagonists are well developed. If you care more about the characters than the breasts, I definitely recommend this one.
This game expands upon an established world with tons of lore (and most importantly, tons of sex-scenes!) If you’re interested in the characters, you can focus on dialogue. But if you’re more interested in sexy time, you’re free to spend your days pursuing “mana” by engaging in a variety of sexual positions. Succubus Research Diary doesn’t feature the most believable characters, but it’s definitely one of my top picks for consenting lesbian romance.