The Fairest by Sam Burns: This novella inspired by Snow White—no dwarves or evil stepmother, which was just fine, but the inspiration is easy to see—was delightful with its romance between the prince and the huntsman. A short and lovely wintry read.
The Care and Feeding of Waspish Widows by Olivia Waite: This is the second book in the author's Feminine Pursuits series, but it can be read as a standalone. It's a super slow burn f/f romance with a fantastic grounding in history and well-developed characters/relationship that I loved. The beekeeping was also interesting, though I am terrified of bees and still slightly traumatized by the infestation of yellow jackets at the apartment I moved out of a few months ago, so it took a bit to get into that!
Mismatched Mates series by Eliot Grayson: I read the first book in this series, The Alpha's Warlock, last year, and last month, I finally got around to the second book, Captive Mate, plus the two novellas that follow it, and I'm so glad I did. I enjoyed the second book even more than the first, and the novellas were a lot of fun too. Start with the first book in this paranormal romance series to get the most out of it as a lot carries over even though the main characters in the two novels are different.
What books have you read and loved lately?