Proper English by KJ Charles: Proper English is a romance/English country house murder mystery and was absolutely delightful. I enjoyed every minute of it and wished for more at the end, not because the story wasn't complete but because I wanted more time with these characters. This is a prequel to Think of England (which I went back and reread after because I wanted more of Pat and Fen and because I've always loved Archie and Daniel) and shows us how Pat and Fen ended up together. I loved the romance between them and how their characters fit together. And, as for the mystery, let me tell you, never has someone so deserved to be murdered.
Time's Convert by Deborah Harkness: Time's Convert is an addition to Harkness's All Soul's Trilogy, which I enjoyed very much (Did anyone else watch A Discovery of Witches? I thought it was so good!). This books flips between present and past, showing us Phoebe's transformation into a vampire, giving us Marcus's history, and catching us up with the Bishop-Clairmont family since we last saw them. I'm eagerly awaiting more books and season two of the show!
Devil's Daughter by Lisa Kleypas: My favorite Kleypas book is still (and probably always will be—I love Sebastian and Evie) Devil in Winter, so it was lots of fun to read Devil's Daughter, which has Sebastian and Evie's oldest daughter as its heroine. I really enjoyed the story on its own, but the scenes with characters from that earlier book made me so happy. I also listened to Devil in Spring (about Sebastian and Evie's eldest son) on the car ride home from South Carolina to round out the vacation. I might have to reread Devil in Winter too.
Hooked by Claire Cullen: I really enjoyed the latest in the Siren Cove series. The shifter/merman series as a whole is really good, and this one gave us more background on the history of wolves and sirens plus set up what I think will be the final showdown, while also giving a lovely romance. The series is probably best read in order.
A Duke in Disguise by Cat Sebastian: I'm just realizing how much of my reading was historical romance last month! The latest Cat Sebastian gives us an illustrator who has epilepsy and finds out he's the lost heir to a duke (and really doesn't want to be) and the bisexual radical bookseller who is his best friend (and the woman he loves). This is the second book in this series, but they can probably be read out of order (though Unmasking the Marquess is excellent, so you should go read that too).
What have you read and loved lately?