My Fair Captain by JL Langley: I've read the first edition of this book published by Samhain more than once (this is a favorite series), and when I heard the second edition had substantial changes to it, I decided to give it a try. There are lots of changes here, and I think they strengthen the book. There's much more focus on and development of the plot arc for the series. I'll probably pick up the second edition of the other two books when they come out as well, and I'm looking forward to more books in this series.
Twenty-One Arrow Salute by Kasia Bacon: I love the fantasy world and character's Kasia has created in her Order series, and this short is an excellent addition to it.
A Right Royal Affair by Helen Juliet: I love royalty romance, and this one was just delightful. A light, sweet Cinderfella story that left me smiling.
Twice in a Lifetime by Jodie Griffin: This is a low angst contemporary f/f romance with two main characters who are in their early fifties. They've each been married before and have grown children, and, for a complication, are boss and employee. I loved their romance and how they decide to take another chance on love after loss, and their relationship with their kids.
Autoboygraphy by Christina Lauren: I had a few niggles, but I enjoyed this YA about a bisexual high school senior forced back into closet when his family moves to Utah falling in love with a Mormon boy while writing a book for a class. I will admit to crying.
Love, Marriage, and a Baby Carriage by CS Poe: I wanted something light and fun, and this adorable short fit that exactly. It's about two penguin shifters who meet at WaddleCon, a convention that single penguin shifters attend to find mates. I wanted more, but this was just so cute and charming.
If you follow me on Twitter, you might have seen that I was trying to rec a queer book a day during in June for Pride Month under #PrideRec and #PrideTBR. I say "trying" because I'm horrible at remembering to do these things daily, and I missed a few days. In case you're not on Twitter and you need more books for your TBR, here are the books I posted:
Girls Made of Snow and Glass by Melissa Bashardoust
A Matter of Disagreement by EE Ottoman
The Queen of Ieflaria by Effie Calvin
Coffee Boy by Austin Chant
Reawakening by Amy Rae Durreson
Far From Home by Lorelie Brown
Eleventh Hour by Elin Gregory
A Gentleman's Position by KJ Charles
If I Was Your Girl by Meredith Russo
Widdershins by Jordan L Hawk
A Boy Called Cin by Cecil Wilde
Vespers by Irene Preston and Liv Rancourt
Peter Darling by Austin Chant
Empty Net by Avon Gale
Marian by Ella Lyons
It Takes Two to Tumble by Cat Sebastian
How to Repair a Mechanical Heart by JC Lillis
Once Upon a Haunted Moor by Harper Fox
Waiting for the Flood by Alexis Hall
Twice in a Lifetime by Jodie Griffin
Hold Me by Courtney Milan
One Life to Lose by Kris Ripper
His Royal Secret/His Royal Favorite by Lilah Pace
What have you been reading lately?