Although they end up in relationships with men, both Garrett in Annabeth Albert’s High Heat and Bacon in TIght Quarters identify as pansexual. Those are two I can come up with off the top of my head, but I know I’ve read other pan characters – again, exclusively in m/m.
I agree with what Carrie says about authors who write queer romances probably feeling more comfortable including a variety of sexual identities in their stories. And of course, some of the authors share those identities which undoubtedly helps.
ETA: Adrian in Anna Zabo’s Counterpoint also identifies as pan, although again, his relationship and HEA is with a man.
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