Any Old Diamonds by KJ Charles: This book was so good, people. Just so good. The younger son of a duke hires a couple of thieves to steal diamonds from his father and stepmother. It's twisty in the best ways. I loved the characters and the references to a previous series by the author. I would've loved a little more focus on the romance earlier on, but it's a minor quibble, really.
Hexhunter by Jordan L Hawk: I've been waiting for Isaac's book for what feels like ever. It's now one of my favorites of the series. Isaac and Bill are so perfect together, and the book's mystery/paranormal elements were so well done too. I'm very much looking forward to more in this series. If you haven't read it, start with The 13th Hex and binge your way through.
Noble Hops by Layla Reyne: Noble Hops brings the Trouble Brewing series to an end, which I'm kind of sad about because I hate to leave all of these characters behind. But the book itself was a really fantastic end to the series and HEA for Cam and Nic. Definitely read these in order, maybe even start with the previous series, Agents Irish and Whiskey that this one spun off from.
Mate by Piper Scott and Virginia Kelly: This might be my favorite book of the Forbidden Desires series. The guys in this book are wonderful together and the romance lovely. And there are baby dragons! Cute little baby dragons! I think it's probably best to read this series in order, but the previous two books are so much fun too. I really hope there will be more in this world.
Diplomatic Relations by JL Langley: I was so excited for this latest book in the Sci-Regency (it's been so long since the last one!), and it did not disappoint. I loved the couple and the romance, and it furthered the series plot too in interesting ways. It's probably best to read this series in order, so start at the beginning if you haven't yet. The books are great romances and such a fun blend of sci-fi and Regency romance.
In audio, I've been rereading some favorites—books from Jordan L Hawk's Whyborne & Griffin series and from KJ Charles's Charm of Magpies series.
What have you read and loved lately?