The Gentleman's Guide to Vice and Virtue by Mackenzie Lee: I loved this historical YA novel (which I started last year and finished in January). I adored the characters and the portrayal of setting and life in the time period. The romance was swoony and the adventure fun.
It Takes Two to Tumble by Cat Sebastian: I loved this book. It made me so happy. A historical romance between a grumpy navy captain and a happy vicar, a bunch of children performing some crazy antics (who are wonderful characters too)...so good. Go read, and then join me in wishing for the next in the series.
Spun! by JL Merrow: This is the latest in Merrow's Shamwell Tales series, though I don't think you have to read the others to get this one, though you will get more background on the main characters if you do. I always enjoy this series. It's very British and lots of fun. This book is sweet, and I just adored David.
How to Bang a Billionaire by Alexis Hall: I took far too long to read this book, but I found it delightful. As always, Alexis Hall's writing is lovely, and Arden is a wonderful character. It was so much fun to be inside his head. I'm looking forward to continuing the trilogy and seeing where the author's take on this trope goes.
No Rulebook for Flirting by Laura Bailo: Laura sent me an ARC of this story, which has two competitive guys meeting and falling for each other at a board game convention. Super cute and sweet.
What have you been reading lately?