Rago by Kasia Bacon: An m/m fantasy romance short story with a dragon shifter and fated mates, and it was just lovely, like all of Kasia's books.
A Delicate Deception by Cat Sebastian: Cat Sebastian's latest historical romance came out in December, and though I bought it then, I put it off until January while I wallowed in holiday stories (actually I did that with a few of these...). It's an m/f with bisexual main characters. Amelia, dealing with anxiety, and Sydney, dealing with grief, keep meeting on their morning walks and slowly fall in love. I really enjoyed how they found their way to a HEA that worked uniquely for them. I also loved the family they built around them.
When the Moon was Ours by Anna-Marie McLemore: There is such beautiful writing in this young adult fantasy, which I've come to expect from this author. McLemore paints gorgeous pictures with words. I loved Miel and Sam, and I loved how the setting in the book came alive. If you're looking for YA fantasy/magical realism (and one with a trans main character), I definitely recommend this one.
I Buried a Witch by Josh Lanyon: I enjoyed this second mystery in the Bedknobs and Broomsticks series (you should probably read the first one before this one). Cosmo and John are back from their honeymoon, and John finds out Cosmo is a witch. There is a bit more angst in this one, and the mystery moves along, some things solved but some questions left. Looking forward to the last book.
Open House by Ruby Lang: I enjoyed first novella, Playing House, in the series very much, and this one didn't disappoint either. (The novellas are only tangentially connected, so jump in wherever.) It's a warm book centered around efforts to save a community garden in Harlem. Magda and Tyson are on opposite sides of the issue, but there isn't a lot of conflict over it. The story is more about finding a way to be together despite family trouble and personal issues.
What have you been reading lately? (I hope your month did not include a book slump like mine did!)